The Age photos of the week, January 19, 2023

The Age photos of the week, January 19, 2023

The Aging Photos of the Week, January 19, 2023

The Aging Photos of the Week, January 19, 2023

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Ballkids prepare for the Australian Open during a training session at Melbourne ParkCredit:Eddie Jim


Models Jay Coolahan (wearing Reigner) and Clare Walker (wearing Paul McCann) at the launch of the Melbourne Fashion Festival.Credit:Simon Schluter


Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has withdrawn late from the Australian Open due to a knee injury. Credit: Chris Hopkins


Pentridge Prison opens its doors to the public with the launch of tours of the infamous H or ‘Hell’ Division and the former B Division. Former Pentridge inmate Ray Mooney, now a playwright, says his time in prison was harrowing. Credit: Jason South


Pat Galvin, 89, takes part in the Portsea Swim Classic. Galvin will be the oldest competitor to compete in the Portsea event when he comes to the Bay for an open water swim on January 21st at the quarantine facility at Point Nepean National Park. Source: Justin McManus


Charlotte Stone with her miniature cows. Leanne Stone makes a living from raising and selling cattle and sheep for pets on her Whittlesea farm, Stoneywood. These include Miniature Red Highland Cattle, which are “like the Cavoodles of the cow world”. Credit: Jason South


Eight-year-old Rheyansh Annapureddy from Point Cook, south-west Melbourne, wants to be the world’s No. 1 chess player by the age of 15. At the Australian Junior Chess Championships to be played through Friday at Camberwell Grammar in east Melbourne , Rheyansh competes in the under-16 section, beating players up to twice his age. Credit: Scott McNaughton


A tennis fan cools off in the 36 degree heat at the Australian Open on Day 2. Source: Eddie Jim


Cameo Dalley with her 10-month-old daughter Dune. Lead researcher brings Deakin University to VCAT over pregnancy discrimination. Dalley believes the problem is more widespread but difficult for women to combat. Credit: Scott McNaughton


‘Ropeable’: Desley Conroy is furious that Whitehorse City Council will shut down home care for the elderly. Credit: Penny Stephens


Mon Bishop with some of her sweet treats at Le Petit Cafe Rose in Yarraville.Credit:Jason South


Australian wildcard Olivia Gadecki visits Brighton’s Badeboxen after her first round win. Former world No. 1 Barty is confident that Gadecki will find a foothold on the tour in the near future as she heads towards a place in the world top 100. Credit: Wayne Taylor


Georgian tennis fan Mariam Katsitadze and her daughter Nila Tavadze are in Melbourne to watch Nikoloz Basilashvili at the 2023 Australian Open. Credit: Chris Hopkins


Dave Tucker with dog Murphy at his home in North Warrandyte. Dave is selling his home which was remodeled 11 years ago to include new landscaped gardens and a pool which has greatly increased the value of his property. Credit: Scott McNaughton


Charlie, 14, Sophie, 12, and Lucy, 6, eat a new McCain Vegemite pizza. Canadian-owned McCain’s new pizzas join a long list of adventurous Vegemite flavors. Credit: Scott McNaughton


Pentridge Prison opens its doors to the public with the launch of tours of the infamous H or ‘Hell’ Division and the former B Division. Tour operator Robert Kercher says the jail trips don’t shy away from Pentridge’s brutal past. Credit: Jason South


India’s hopes for the Australian Open rest on the shoulders of 17-year-old Aryan Shah from a very remote town in the Indian state of Gujarat. Without proper facilities or professional support, Aryan has ranked first in India in the junior category and qualified for the Australian Open – his first ever Grand Slam tournament. Photo by Jason South. January 18, 2023Credit:Jason South


A million-dollar reward is on offer to help solve the murder of 69-year-old Melbourne grandmother Jeanette Moss, who was found beaten and strangled to death in her home nearly a decade ago. Nine years after his mother’s mysterious death, Derham Moss is still searching for answers. Credit: Jason South


Organist Douglas Lawrence plays the organ he designed at Scots’ Church in Melbourne.Credit:Scott McNaughton


Former AHPRA board member Hannah McGlade has accused the national health agency of racism. Credit: Tony McDonough

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