Pictures from across Australia from July 22 to 28, 2017 29 Jul 2017, 7:30 a.m. Images from across the country. The week in pictures: July 22-28, 2017 PORT MACQUARIE Hastings Public School run. Photo Ivan SajkoPORT MACQUARIE: Monday morning's early waves. Photo Ivan SajkoWAGGA: Biola Dawa scored seven tried in CSU's 65-0 win over arch-rivals Ag College in the sevensWAGGA: Kindy kids at Kooringal Public School celebrate 100 days of school by dressing up as 100-year-oldsFORBES: Dane Hamilton gets all wrapped up in a python at the Forbes Eco Day on Thursday.WAGGA: Tumut jockey Megan Taylor has made Southern District Racing Association history, being the first female to take out the premiershipORANGE: From selling to publishing, Collins Booksellers co-owner Margaret Schwebel with Dirt Lane Press's first book. Photo: JUDE KEOGH MELBOURNE: George Pell to leaves the Melbourne Magistrates Court. Australia's highest ranking Catholic and one of the most powerful figures in the Vatican, he is facing multiple charges in respect of historic sexual offences, and there are multiple complainants relating to those charges culminating from a two-year investigation by Victoria Police. Photo: Joe ArmaoBALLARAT: Bradley Devries, Chloe Miller and Braden Bowles taking selfies at the Mining Exchange. Photo: Luka KauzlaricBENDIGO: Strathfieldsaye Primary School Prep students Izabella Turnbull, Noah Gaul and Susannah Seitz dress as their 100-year-old selves to mark 100 days of prep.BALLARAT: Caroline Lee will star as Lola Montez, alongside Holly Durant in The Exotic Lives of Lola Montez. Photo: Kate HealyBALLARAT: Renae Moorfoot, 15, performing a k-pop dance. Photo: Luka KauzlaricCASTLEMAINE: Chris and Zoe Edquist, who are upset that the Castlemaine Gallery is soon to closeBALLARAT: Students from Berry St have been working with artist Linda Franklin to create an exhibition called ANON for the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. Photo: Kate HealyBATHURST: Member for Bathurst Paul Toole, Bathurst Taxis driver Arshdeep Nat and mayor Graeme Hanger by the taxi rank on Howick Street, where a $120,000 announcement of transport improvements was made. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK BATHURST: Councillor Warren Aubin isn't happy with billboards around Mount Panorama not being utilised between major motor sport events and has a suggestion of how they can be used. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKBATHURST: James Kelly winces as he has his legs waxed at CSU's Foundation Day activities last week. Photo:CHRIS SEABROOK BENDIGO: Allan Needs has appealed for the community's help to recover his mobility scooterBENDIGO: ARC Cafe owner Samuel Tschisekedi hopes to help the homeless gain skills in food handling, customer service and barista training to get a kick-start in lifeBENDIGO: Greg McDowell and Cory Jackson get ready for National Tree Day at Pepper Green FarmBENDIGO: MICA paramedics Julie Scollary and Sue Walsh started with Ambulance Victoria in 1996. The service is marking 30 years since the first female ambulance officers startedBENDIGO: Police make arrests. Picture: DARREN HOWEBENDIGO: Strathfieldsaye Primary School's Greayson Risicato dressed as his 100-year-old self to mark 100 days of prepBENDIGO: Superintendent Darren Franks. Picture: DARREN HOWEDUBBO: Oh what a feeling: Dubbo City Toyota's Tom Sullivan prepares to retire after more than three decades selling motor cars for the dealership. In that time he became known as 'Tommy Toyota'. Photo: FAYE WHEELER LITHGOW: Member for Calare Andrew Gee (right) and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole at the Forty Bends roadworks, which are being finalised. Photo: CONTRIBUTEDMUDGEE: For Gulgong girl Tayla Young, eleven-days at sea on a tall-ship delivered more than bragging rights, with the sixteen-year old making memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. Photo: CONTRIBUTEDORANGE: Allity's Leanne Gorringe, Joanne Beldham and Jenny Kuczynski practise their skills for the residents. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA PORT MACQUARIE Hastings Public School's run. Photo Ivan SajkoWAGGA: Jan McKenzie has retired after 38 years as a teacher at Wagga Public SchoolWAGGA: Southern Cross Performing Arts has new owners and a new name. Aeysha Tavares and BJ Rourke now head up Alive Performing ArtsWAGGA: Streets in Kooringal were shut down after a bomb scare on Monday morning.WELLINGTON: Jacob Hindle and Marcus McRae testing out the Lego ahead of the Salvation Army's Buld them Up club for primary school aged childrenWOLLONGONG Destination Wollongong general manager Mark Sleigh at WIN Stadium which will host the Super League clash. Picture Robert Peet.WOLLONGONG: Illawarra Wedding Centre owner Tina Thompson is shocked US bridal retailer Alfred Angelo has filed for bankruptcy. Picture Sylvia LiberTweetFacebook of ╳exitHere’s a selection of pictures taken by Fairfax photographers this week.