The Age photos of the week, June 15, 2024

The Age photos of the week, June 15, 2024

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The week in photos from our award-winning staff photographers and regular contributing photographers at The Age.

June 15, 2024 — 11.50am

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Port Melbourne Primary School Prep students Felix, Chloe, Gonzalo and Brooklyn engaging in ‘systematic synthetic phonics’ using an explicit instruction approach to learning reading with Principal Tom Cain.Credit:Chris Hopkins

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Adele Hulse received an OAM in the Kings Birthday Honours for service to community. She’s photographed at the Tara Institute Buddhist Centre in the garden she has made. She was also a long time The Age columnist under the name Sharon Gray.Credit:PENNY STEPHENS

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Casterton Kelpie Association working dogs auction.Credit:Nicole Cleary

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Local Sunshine community advocate, Neil Head, ouside the former Sunshine Secondary colllege at 111 Derby Road, Sunshine.Credit:Chris Hopkins

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Melbourne Football Club coach Simon Goodwin.Credit:Paul Jeffers

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Farmer Xavier Prime with his flock of chickens and two-year-old son Max.Credit:Joe Armao

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Cherryl Barassi on St Kilda beach.Credit:Simon Schluter

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Anthony Amis from Friends of the Earth who has uncovered FOI data on Victoria’s water pollution.Credit:Wayne Taylor

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Reedy Creek mother of four, Michelle with her children Kevin 10, Chelsea 8, and six-year-old twins Lily and Ryan. Credit:Chris Hopkins

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Marie Vandenbeusch, a curator from the British Museum, with a statue from the tomb of Pharaoh Ramses I from the NGV’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition ‘Pharaoh’.Credit:Simon Schluter

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Windy day in Melbourne on Altona beach. Jane McCrae, Kate Auhl and Dy Bailey off for a walk.Credit:Simon Schluter

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American bartender Dale De Groff at Crown’s Martini Bar.Credit:Simon Schluter

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Marlene Burchill, sister of Aunty Fay Carter (dec.). Fay devoted much of her life to helping indigenous people in Melbourne.Credit:Chris Hopkins

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Former Carlton star Anthony Koutoufides, remembering the dramatic 1999 Carlton-Essendon preliminary final. Kouta was best afield in the game.Credit:Simon Schluter

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Allison Burns founded the charity, Bella’s Footprints, to lobby for change and received the OAM for her advocacy in tightening button battery regulations and for founding the charity Isabella’s Footprints after her 14-month-old daughter, Isabella Rees, tragically died from swallowing a button battery.Credit:Luis Enrique Ascui

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Daniel Coleman, a Jewish man who this year cancelled his membership with the Greens, ending a 40 year association with the party because of its refusal to condemn the 7 October attack and confront anti-semitism in its ranks.Credit:Wayne Taylor

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Lily Lumintang, her husband Martin Cahyo and their son Rafael 3 with a framed photo of their other son Jonathan 13. Lily Lumintang recently lost her family’s bid to stay in the country because her teenage son Jonathan – who was born in Australia – has severe cerebral palsy. For clarity, Jonathan is currently being cared for by family members in Indonesia but the plan was for him to join his parents in MelbourneCredit:Joe Armao

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Former school principal Owen Holleran. Principals are suffering burnout and stress at rates never seen before. Experts say they’re a chance to claim moral injury, a psychological condition once reserved for soldiers on the battlefield. In Victoria, workers compensation laws have also been cut to reduce compo for stress and burnout.Credit:Wayne Taylor

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Olympic medalist Shane Rose competes in the Melbourne 3-Day Equestrian events Dressage section atop ‘Virgil’ ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.Credit:Chris Hopkins

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Bob Gartland, OAM, at GMHBA Stadium in Geelong with a Cats flag from the 1960s.Credit:Joe Armao

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Darebin local and council observer Serena O’Meley outside the Preston Town Hall.Credit:Penny Stephens

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David McKenzie has been awarded the Emergency Services Medal for his 61 years saving lives as a volunteer lifesaver and founding member of Port Campbell Surf Life Saving Club. He is also a longtime local fire brigade and SES volunteer.Credit:Nicole Cleary

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Resident Collin Aslin and Merribek councillor James Conlan.Credit:Simon Schluter

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Tegan Eagle with her partner Andrew Carter and Tegan’s champion kelpies Bailey and Cooper. Cooper climbs a 2.6 metre bail of hay. Bailey the retired Kelpie high jump record holder and his champion half-brother Cooper were competing at the Casterton Kelpie Festival again this year.Credit:Joe Armao

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