Photos of the week - June 7

Warrnambool Base Hospital has a new reconstruction microscope, used here by plastic surgeon Rob Toma with nurse Andrew Johannesen.
Warrnambool Base Hospital has a new reconstruction microscope, used here by plastic surgeon Rob Toma with nurse Andrew Johannesen.
Former Warrnambool man Clint Greagen has found a career in writing as a blogger sharing experiences as a stay-at-home dad in Reservoir.

Former Warrnambool man Clint Greagen has found a career in writing as a blogger sharing experiences as a stay-at-home dad in Reservoir.

American volleyballer Sam Thammahong, 22, is studying at Warrnambool Deakin Uni and is part of the Warrnambool team going away to country championships this weekend.

American volleyballer Sam Thammahong, 22, is studying at Warrnambool Deakin Uni and is part of the Warrnambool team going away to country championships this weekend.

Russell's Creek 1963 premiership players George Capuano and Roy Brittain, with the 1974 club secretary Barry Doolan, are looking forward to celebrating the two premership years.

Russell's Creek 1963 premiership players George Capuano and Roy Brittain, with the 1974 club secretary Barry Doolan, are looking forward to celebrating the two premership years.

Cam Jarry, Matt Huf and Cale Rout are representing Warrnambool at the Victorian Country Championships.

Cam Jarry, Matt Huf and Cale Rout are representing Warrnambool at the Victorian Country Championships.

Students Pamela Ringin and Brooke Campbell prepare for a major Dance Cancer event in Melbourne.

Students Pamela Ringin and Brooke Campbell prepare for a major Dance Cancer event in Melbourne.

St John of God Hospital diabetes coordinator Ann Morris with Ryan Buhlman, 12, from Warrnambool, who has Type 1 diabetes and uses a Vibe Insulin pump.

St John of God Hospital diabetes coordinator Ann Morris with Ryan Buhlman, 12, from Warrnambool, who has Type 1 diabetes and uses a Vibe Insulin pump.

Senior Sergeant Shane Keogh, First Constable Nick Roberts, Warrnambool donor centre manager Ann Barker, Constable Ashlea Witham gave blood for the lead up to the June long weekend.

Senior Sergeant Shane Keogh, First Constable Nick Roberts, Warrnambool donor centre manager Ann Barker, Constable Ashlea Witham gave blood for the lead up to the June long weekend.

Kings College teaching staff have been nominated for an Australia-wide award, including Lisa Duggan, deputy principal Michael Tucker and Gail Zeunert.

Kings College teaching staff have been nominated for an Australia-wide award, including Lisa Duggan, deputy principal Michael Tucker and Gail Zeunert.

Tim Sheldon tackles Jordan Kane in North Warrnambool's clash with Portland last Saturday.

Tim Sheldon tackles Jordan Kane in North Warrnambool's clash with Portland last Saturday.

The Hamilton Kangaroos came from behind to defeat South Rovers by four points.

The Hamilton Kangaroos came from behind to defeat South Rovers by four points.

Wilbur the pig helps out Ben McKenzie at their Cobden dairy farm.

Wilbur the pig helps out Ben McKenzie at their Cobden dairy farm.

Wilbur the pig helps out Ben McKenzie at their Cobden dairy farm.

Wilbur the pig helps out Ben McKenzie at their Cobden dairy farm.

Purnim Captain David MacDonald with keys to a new tanker, and Moyne mayor Jim Doukas with District 5 acting operations manager Richard Bourke.

Purnim Captain David MacDonald with keys to a new tanker, and Moyne mayor Jim Doukas with District 5 acting operations manager Richard Bourke.

Ian Jackson competes in the Warrnambool Athletic Club's 16km run.

Ian Jackson competes in the Warrnambool Athletic Club's 16km run.

City of Warrnambool Eisteddfod Aria winner Hannah Dahlenburg from Melbourne.

City of Warrnambool Eisteddfod Aria winner Hannah Dahlenburg from Melbourne.

Indigenous artist and comedian Kevin Kropinyeri talks to students at Warrnambool College as part of Reconciliation Week.

Indigenous artist and comedian Kevin Kropinyeri talks to students at Warrnambool College as part of Reconciliation Week.

Warrnambool College student Crystal Handley, 15, paints a totem pole as part of Reconciliation Week.

Warrnambool College student Crystal Handley, 15, paints a totem pole as part of Reconciliation Week.

Warrnambool College students Latrell Campbell, 14, Tristan Quarrell, 13, and John Williams, 13, paint a totem pole as part of Reconciliation Week.

Warrnambool College students Latrell Campbell, 14, Tristan Quarrell, 13, and John Williams, 13, paint a totem pole as part of Reconciliation Week.

Reily Kelly, 3, from Warrnambool and teacher Kate Melican-Rollo at Warrnambool and District Kindergartens Open Day for students attending in 2014.

Reily Kelly, 3, from Warrnambool and teacher Kate Melican-Rollo at Warrnambool and District Kindergartens Open Day for students attending in 2014.

Shannon Rentsch driving the #33 buggy during the 2012 Finke Desert Race with his father Ian as navigator. PHOTO: 404Shots Photography

Shannon Rentsch driving the #33 buggy during the 2012 Finke Desert Race with his father Ian as navigator. PHOTO: 404Shots Photography

Warrnambool Drag Racing club member Stephen Griffin is taking his LJ Torana to the Winter National Titles being held at Ipswich this weekend.

Warrnambool Drag Racing club member Stephen Griffin is taking his LJ Torana to the Winter National Titles being held at Ipswich this weekend.

Brauer College student Henry McLeod 18 won the state stockmarket game and came second in the national competition, pictured with VCAL mathematics teacher Barry Murrell.

Brauer College student Henry McLeod 18 won the state stockmarket game and came second in the national competition, pictured with VCAL mathematics teacher Barry Murrell.

Jean Lemke, Cheryle Perry, Erin Beasley, Helen Durant, Tracey Egan, Rhonda McGauchie and Rosemarie Barby are all involved in the development of the Corangamite Shire's booklet encouraging people to enjoy the benefits of walking.

Jean Lemke, Cheryle Perry, Erin Beasley, Helen Durant, Tracey Egan, Rhonda McGauchie and Rosemarie Barby are all involved in the development of the Corangamite Shire's booklet encouraging people to enjoy the benefits of walking.

John Davis is an artist working on a piece for their exhibition "Meet me at the Atomic Cafe" of art inspired by the 1950s at Whale Bone Gallery in Port Fairy.

John Davis is an artist working on a piece for their exhibition "Meet me at the Atomic Cafe" of art inspired by the 1950s at Whale Bone Gallery in Port Fairy.

Port Fairy Consolidated Primary School grade prep teacher Lauren Groves spoke about visual learning at a forum, pictured with students Jade King, 6, and Bailey Else, 5.

Port Fairy Consolidated Primary School grade prep teacher Lauren Groves spoke about visual learning at a forum, pictured with students Jade King, 6, and Bailey Else, 5.

Andrew Nadaraj, Andy Ryan and Jason Hill are competing in the Asia/Pacific Ironman Championship at Cairns this weekend.

Andrew Nadaraj, Andy Ryan and Jason Hill are competing in the Asia/Pacific Ironman Championship at Cairns this weekend.

St Pius X Primary School student Zack Lamb, 9, with a piece of timber he dug up on the school's Mahogany Ship search at Illowa.

St Pius X Primary School student Zack Lamb, 9, with a piece of timber he dug up on the school's Mahogany Ship search at Illowa.

St Pius X Primary School students Ashlyn Kent, 9, Alanna Hansford, 8, Macey Buhlman, 9, Maddie Holley, 9, and Tahlia Walker, 10, with some bottles found in the sand at Illowa/Killarney.

St Pius X Primary School students Ashlyn Kent, 9, Alanna Hansford, 8, Macey Buhlman, 9, Maddie Holley, 9, and Tahlia Walker, 10, with some bottles found in the sand at Illowa/Killarney.

St Pius X Primary School students look at some of the "finds" (planted by a teacher) they dug out of the sand, during their expedition to find the Mahogany Ship.

St Pius X Primary School students look at some of the "finds" (planted by a teacher) they dug out of the sand, during their expedition to find the Mahogany Ship.

Indian cook Rekha Dart preparing butter chicken ahead of the Winter Fusion Dinner at St Brigid's Hall.

Indian cook Rekha Dart preparing butter chicken ahead of the Winter Fusion Dinner at St Brigid's Hall.