July 11 2014 - 3:31PM Photos of the week - July 11 facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Photos of the week - July 11 Moyne Shire Environment Services team leader Ebony Perrin, David Bills-Thompson and Nick Abbott from Port Fairy Coastal Group at a wave marker. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEMoyneyana House personal care worker, Deanna Bankier, holds the new communication system that staff can use to help stay in touch with residents such as Tom Ross. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEHumanitarian and mum Moira Kelly (front left) with her growing family Trishna, 7, (in lap), Papa Oo, 12, Krishna, 7, Emmanuel, 20, Katick Mollick, Lovely Mollick, holding Matthew Mollick, 9 weeks, and Mimoza, 17. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEAdam Lasky, 19, from Geelong in the men's final of the Australian Money Tournament. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONFamily and friends of the late Jock Anderson, including Naomi Kenna, Glenn Cunnigham and Narelle Cunningham, are organising a charity event to raise money for his young family. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONCoach Greg Kew, coach Ben van de Camp, and WDFNL vice president Carey Hackett have developed an academy for its juniors after years of having players overlooked for Rebels/Falcons/VFL clubs. Picture: AARON SAWALLTalina Whittington has had thousands of dollars worth of chickens stolen from her property, pictured with chidlren Katelin, 8, and Hayley, 5. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONSam Artz from Warrnambool, competing in the U15 of the Warrnambool Junior Golf Open, day 1, at Warrnambool Golf Course. Picture: AARON SAWALLBarry Barton traveled to the World Cup in Brazil. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONCecilia Lowery, 15, at the girls football expo day at Reid Oval. Picture: AARON SAWALLTAC Cup Under 18 Football game between Ballarat Rebels and Geelong Falcons played at Warrnambool Reid Oval. Picture: DAMIAN WHITETAC Cup Under 18 Football game between Ballarat Rebels and Geelong Falcons played at Warrnambool Reid Oval. Sarah Melis is struggling to afford the rising costs of TAFE fees for her daughter, with Labor candidate for the Western Region Jacinta Ermacora. Picture: ROB GUNSTONECorangamite District Golf Association (CDGA) Girls Junior Champion Mara Kyranakis, 14, from Box Hill , and Boys Junior Champion Kurtis Lynch, 16, from Bendigo, with their trophies. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEThe Burns family, Liam, 14, Phil, Scarlett, 9, Carolyn Lehmann, and India, 12, have been enduring late nights to watch as many World Cup matches as possible. Picture: AARON SAWALLKolora Noorat players Thomas Kenna and Stephen O'Connor trying to evade Rovers player Darcy Chandler. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEMerrivale players Sean Barnes and Matthew Gleeson tangle in a marking contest with Allansford player Justin Nowell. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEMerrivale player Jodi Keane. 140705DW33 Picture: DAMIAN WHITEEmmanuel College year 11 student Tom Kelly, 16, next to his winning ninja design, which was used around the Story Book section at Fun4Kids Festival. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEBianca Mikhail, 7, celebrates NAIDOC week at SWH community health centre. Picture: AARON SAWALLFinbar Smith, 18 weeks, from Warrnambool, Peter Fry, 15 months, from Warrnambool and James Peck, 19 weeks, from Warrnambool showing some of the Warrnambool Breastfeeding Centre's winter fundraiser beanies for sale. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEPort Fairy ruckman/centre half forward Jaise Coleman. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEAllansford Junior Sedan Speedway driver Jack Bell, 17, showing off his season trophies.Picture: DAMIAN WHITESurf 'T' Surf and South West Sport is giving $500 grants to local sports people. Pictured are Surf 'T' Surf race director Jason Chuck, South West Sport Club Development officer Mark Taylor, Amber Dowd, 10, from Warrnambool BMX club and national silver medalist in boxing Bianca Slater,. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool Crankhouse saleman Darren Harris rode sections of five Tour de France stages in 2012. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEA collision closed the Banyan Street and Raglan Parade intersection for half an hour on Thursday. Picture: STEVE HYNESWarrnambool Harvey Norman salesman Jarrod Glasunow with a LG Curved OLED TV, which are popular due to the recent TV sports schedule. Picture: DAMIAN WHITELisa Calcaterra, from the Timboon Railway Shed Distillery, with some of the produce from the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail, after the tourist route was named on the latest Lonely Planet must-see list. Picture: ROB GUNSTONERural Bank managing director Paul Hutchinson (right) with Warrnambool Rural Finance staff Michelle Butters, Katie O'Toole and Andrew Nevill. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEAnchors Port Campbell owner, Tanya White, has been very happy with the level of winter bookings at the boutique apartments. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEThe 2014 Waves Gala Ball will be held on Saturday night, thanks to committee members Bob McMillan, Geraldine Moloney, Gary Attrill, Gene Youl, Bernie Price and Sue Swayn, showing items on auction. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEMinister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith and Parks Victoria chief executive Bill Jackson, announce a $1 million grant for improvements at the Twelve Apostles. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEJeffrey Vizon from Warrnambool with his husky Mya who drags him along the Promenade on his skate board. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEBrett Clarke and elder Uncle Ivan Couzens celebrated Elders Day for NAIDOC Week. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONAlex and Sylvia Hubbarat are following the Indonesian election count online. Picture: STEVE HYNESA police helicopter leaving Warrnambool Airport with a dog squad member after searching during the afternoon near Tarrone. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEJudy McLean (centre) receives a home gardening service from Lyndoch Living supervisor Colin Cameron garden service worker Michael King. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONTweetFacebook of facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Comments Discuss "Photos of the week - July 11" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.