May 23 2014 - 3:35PM Photos of the week - May 23 facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Photos of the week - May 23 The sun setts over the Warrnambool train station. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool artist David Higgins paints a mural along the Timor Street Walk laneway. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool St John of God Hospital has a new senior rehabilitation physician, Dr Vaidya Bala. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEMerrivale Primary School students listen to a story read by Matthew Monk during a National Simultaneous Storytime event at the school. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEAidan Nicolson and Adam Finch from Warrnambool have entered Mystery Box Rally fundraiser rally through Queensland. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEMerrivale Primary School student Jasmin Paton, 9, reads to South Warrnambool Kinder students Charlie Mahony-Gilchrist, 4 (left) and Nathaniel Clark, 4 (right), during a National Simultaneous Storytime event at the school. Picture: ROB GUNSTONESt John's Primary School student Jayden Lane, 10, Senator Scott Ryan, Member for Wannon Dan Tehan, Stephanie Grist, 7, and Alice Ryan, 8, at the announcement of the school's stage 2 building. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTHampden football interleague captain Isaac Templeton and assistant Paul Hinkley Picture: DAMIAN WHITEJessica Vinall, 12, from Warrnambool, Zoe Reeves, 8, from Koroit and Nicholas Northeast, 8, from Warrnambool, are some of the increasing number of students enrolled in Primary Performers. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTA shed fire at an Illowa Road property. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool and District Umpires members Glenn Moore, Steve Walker and Pat Nolan are umpiring at this weekend's interleague football games. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEContortionist Susana Reyes, 15 originally from Brazil, will be performing at the Circus Royale show in Warrnambool. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEDebbie Lenehan with some of the cows that will be offered at Monday's sale. Picture: STEVE HYNESAmanda Lowen and Keri-Anne Robertson, from Piccolo Restaurant, and other Warrnambool business operators are unhappy about a proposed levy to fund promotion through the Commerce Warrnambool group. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEProfessor Gerry Quinn, Head of Campus Deakin Warrnambool, with some of the exhibition display at the Lighthouse Theatre that talks about the university's namesake Alfred Deakin. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEEast Warrnambool student Joel Gustus, 12, Ben McLeod, 13, from Warrnambool College and Rithika Josy, 11, from Warrnambool Primary School playing hockey at the Super Sports Extravaganza for Education Week held at Warrnambool College. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEGreat South West Dairy Awards 2014. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTChris Bant at HFNL interleague football training. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEA grade winners from Port Fairy Golf Club, Jo Flaherty, Vicki Johnstone, Diana Robinson, who played in the Womens Golf Western District Pennant Final at Timboon Golf Club. Picture: DAMIAN WHITESydney Swans player Gary Rohan came home to visit family for a couple of days. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEDeakin University students and staff Nic Downes and Roxanne Thomson holding banners for their Day Against Homophobia this week. Picture: ANGELA MILNESaints player Bindi Hunter and Pumas players Rachel Murfett and Kimberly Serra compete in the Warrnambool and District Hocley Association Womens match played at Albert Park. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool forward Jason Rowan lines up for one of his 12 goals versus Koroit at the Reid Oval. Picture: LEANNE PICKETTEllie Johnson, 11, and Alana Johnson, 14, both from Warrnambool, get signatures from author Paul Jennings after reading his books for many years. Picture:LEANNE PICKETT89km Comrades Ultimate Human Race race participants training at the Lady Bay foreshore, Kai Ooi from Warrnambool originally from Singapore, Raj Samrai from Woodford, originally from UK and Franco Schreve from Warrnambool, originally from South Africa. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTTweetFacebook of facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsFollow us Comments Discuss "Photos of the week - May 23" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.