MEGA GALLERY: The week in pictures Feb. 22, 2014, 9:05 a.m. NATIONAL: The 50 best snaps from our photographers MEGA GALLERY: The week in pictures Bunbury police are looking for a small gold sedan which may piece together the cause of Wednesday's crash between a Main Road's line marking truck and a log truck, pictured, which caught fire. Photo: Andrew Elsterman/Bunbury Mail.Joel Parkinson at Surfest during his heat on Friday. Picture: Ryan Osland, NewcastleThe Mercury had eight photographers on the field making sure they got every angle of the stack demolition. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI, Illawarra.Caleb and Chris Hogg, Katherine Parker and Brett, Liam and Kirstin Fletcher were wet and muddy after the Gumi race. Picture: Jacinta Coyne, Daily AdvertiserNurses & Midwives Association of NSW representatives Sylvia Moon (secretary), Tania Gleeson (vice president) and Jodie Godfrey (president) are annoyed by the parking situation at Wagga Base Hospital. Daily AdvertiserWagga boxer Anthony McCracken gets geared up during training at Xceler8 for an upcoming fight. Daily AdvertiserCelebrating after Backyard Ashes is given some screen time in Victoria are (from left) Stephen Holt, Jamie Way, Holly Holt, 11, Adam Drummond and Toby Holt, 8. Daily Advertiserildare Catholic College teachers Melanie Cotterill and Monica Langtry dressed for the occasion as minions during the school's twilight swimming carnival. Daily AdvertiserPhillip Ridge of Bourke discussing drought and the future of agriculture with Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton. Daily LiberalThe Advocate’s Sophie Harris was amongst those caught in a downpour on Wednesday. Photo: The Daily LiberalDUBBO: Taronga Western Plains Zoo primary meerkat keeper Katen James will miss them when she heads to America as part of a Rotary Group study exchange team. Photo LOUISE DONGESDUBBO: Operations officer for the Orana team of the NSW Rural Fire Service Inspector Laurie Douglas checks hoses are ready for use. Photo LOUISE DONGESBATHURST: Sir Tony Robinson will be in Bathurst in April to shoot a new documentary series.Collie firefighters used a night-time exercise in the CBD to test out their new ground monitor, a piece of equipment able to shoot 3000L a minute. Photo: Angela Clutterbuck/Collie Mail.Dunsborough band Dallas Royal brought the heavy vibes for the crowd at the Emergence Creative Festival launch on Wednesday night. Photo: Sandy Powell/Augusta-Margaret River Mail.Participants in the Aussie Trikefest make their way along the Bass Highway at Ulverstone. The Advocate, BurnieJesse Ianuali, 6, of Devonport, with the kite he made. The Advocate, BurnieLily Welsh, 3, of Devonport, at the kite festival. The Advocate, BurnieKahn Sandy sticks a hoof to the face of Adam 'The Smiling Assassin' Cook at Valor Mixed Martial Arts. Picture: Brodie Weeding, The ExaminerVince Burling poses with his restored Sonerai at the George Town Aero Club's open day. Bonus point - spot the photographer in the shiny surface! Picture: Mark Jesser, The ExaminerSam Wood executes a fancy entry into the North Esk River at St Leonards. Picture: Phillip Biggs, The ExaminerDanni Clayton, 14, Carle Parish, 27 and Teagan Collins, 14, are gearing up for a weekend of boxing. Picture: Manika Dadson, The ExaminerClean Up Australia Day founder Ian Kiernan urged Tasmanians to do away with their littering ways. Picture: Mark Jesser, The ExaminerMaisie, a 6-year-old Shih Tzu, owned by Stacey Bonfield, shakes herself dry after a dip in the Murray River at Noreuil Park. Picture: TARA GOONAN, Border MailYear 5 student Hamish Sims, 10, was the target in the sponge-throw competition at Albury North Public School's water sports day. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK, Border MailIda Beard blows out the candles on her 100th birthday cake. Picture: TARA GOONAN, Border MailAlbury North Public School students enjoy the classic Aussie past-time of running through the sprinkler during the school's water sports day. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK, Border MailBallarat born Dave McKenna gears up for a big show at the Ballarat Swap Meet this weekend. Picture: Jeremy Bannister, Ballarat CourierStorm damage at Terara after Sunday morning's wild weather which residents have described as a "mini cyclone". South Coast RegisterTallwoods’ artist Barry Pressing, more commonly known as H.Fish, is exhibiting his artwork at Manning Regional Gallery. Pic: Great Lakes AdvocateCrescent Head Open Women's Crew: Janelle Conomos, Jess Dalton, Hannah Beckey and Amy O'Brien. Pic: Macleay ArgusThe scene of Tuesday afternoon's school bus crash on Hastings River Drive. Pic: Port NewsDaybreak on the Manning - Skiing at Cundletown. Pic: Manning River TimesThis was the scene at Pat Neal’s dairy farm at Oxley Island just over a week ago. Pic: Manning River TimesBooma Goat Stud. Pic: Bellingen Courier SunStorm damage at Terara after Sunday morning's wild weather which residents have described as a "mini cyclone". South Coast RegisterAll the fun of the Maitland Fair. The Maitland MercurySam Kelly gets cheered home by family Neeve, 6, Eamon, 3, Harper 1, and Cassie, Horsham Triathlon.TweetFacebook of ╳exitNATIONAL: The 50 best snaps from our photographersThe story MEGA GALLERY: The week in pictures first appeared on Fairfax Regional Pages.