The Sydney Morning Herald, Photos of the Week, September 22, 2022



A proposed development in Harris Park will affect surrounding sites, including Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral.Credit:Wolter Peeters


Drag Race Down Under finalist Hannah Conda.Credit:Steven Siewert


A mural in Sydenham of a young Elizabeth II by artist Stuart Sale, vandalised with an Aboriginal flag.Credit:Wolter Peeters


Sydney Swans player Lance Franklin signing autographs after training at the SCG ahead of the 2022 Grand Final this weekend. Credit:Janie Barrett


Rosie, 10, Millie, 11, Amelia, 10 and Lenka, 8 at "After the Flood", an immersive children's show at the Sydney Opera House.Credit:Louise Kennerley


Troy Stolz, the whistleblower who exposed lax anti-money laundering compliance at NSW poker machine venues, faces a huge legal bill as he suffers from five tumors.Credit:Nick Moir


Nic Scheltema was made redundant from his role at a fast growing start up. He is based in Bangalow and went surfing at The Pass in Byron Bay after he got fired. Since the redundancy he has been enjoying his days hiking and surfing.Credit:Natalie Grono


Canva Create Main Event at the Hordern Pavilion.Credit:Louie Douvis


Development in Parramatta showing the old and the new.Credit:Steven Siewert


Kelly Simmons with Jasmine Massey enjoying high tea at Gunners Barracks, Mosman.Credit:Louise Kennerley


A memorial Service for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, at St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney.Credit:Janie Barrett


Prime Minister Anthony Albanese embraces Ngunnawal elder Aunty Violet Sheridan as he arrives for the National memorial service to celebrate the life of Her Majesty The Queen, Elizabeth II, in the Great Hall at Parliament House in Canberra.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen


Arts minister Ben Franklin has a tour of the Sydney Modern's Tank Gallery with Michael Brand, Director, Art Gallery of NSW.Credit:Wolter Peeters


'Kate' is a domestic violence survivor.Credit:Louise Kennerley


Anthony Koletti, husband of Melissa Caddick, leaving Lidcombe Coroners Court.Credit:Steven Siewert


Alex Lipman, 19, was in foster care until he was 18, is campaigning for the age to be raised to 21 before you age out of the system. Credit:Janie Barrett


Angud Chawla, 29, a Sydney Swans supporter of 18 years, preparing for the upcoming AFL grand final in Melbourne that he will attend. Credit:Kate Geraghty


Ramsgate Beach in Botany Bay, where a solitary dolphin has taken up residence.Credit:Dean Sewell


Former Olympian ice skaters, Danielle O'Brien and Greg Merriman, at Ice Zoo in Mascot. They are trying to save the Canterbury Ice Rink, which has closed indefinitely due to structural issues.Credit:Janie Barrett


Kerrie Edwards with her twin girls, Amelia, and Arya, outside their Sydney home. Kerrie is finally able to get abdominoplasty surgery through Medicare, after its categorisation was changed from cosmetic to medical.Credit:Janie Barrett


Ellen Dickinson, 18, was scammed along with her parents out of $5000 while trying to buy a car.Credit:Nick Moir


Street artist Stuart Sale alongside his latest piece of Queen Elizabeth II on Sydenham Road, Marrickville .Credit:Dean Sewell


The National memorial service to celebrate the life of Her Majesty The Queen, Elizabeth II, in the Great Hall at Parliament House in Canberra.Credit:The Sydney Morning Herald


Bondi Beach on the public holiday in memory of Queen Elizabeth II.Credit:Brook Mitchell


Architect Peter Tonkin and Paula Masselos, Mayor of Waverley, at the almost completed restoration of Bondi Pavilion. Credit:Louise Kennerley


Runners cross the Harbour Bridge during Blackmores Bridge Run.Credit:Edwina Pickles


Shona is a former nurse who observed unethical practices and is acting as a whistleblower in the joint investigation between The Age/SMH/60 mins.Credit:Rhett Wyman


John Kennett, secretary of Sydney Bush Walking. National Parks have been slow to reopen trails, especially in the Blue Mountains.Credit:Rhett Wyman


Scott Matthewson, who was friends with Darko Desic, the Croatian who managed to live in the northern beaches for the best part of 30 years on the run from the law, having escaped Grafton Prison.Credit:Peter Rae


Sydney Swans fans Jack O'Donnell and 'Charlie' the beagle.Credit:Nick Moir