Our look back at the month of April in 2013 rolls on this week with the third edition right here at your fingertips.
In this week's flashback Friday gallery you'll find the community holding a "nations of the world fundraiser", schools were hosting their own Anzac Day commemorations and several residents also graduated from a special pastoral care course.
Yanco Agricultural High School took out the Dave Sheldrick Shield, while St Francis College took home the league tag cup.
Harness racing was in full swing, as was junior rugby league and the Phantoms were getting their season underway.
What was happening around the world in April, 2013?
- April 1: North Korea's Kim Jong-un defies warnings: Despite stiffer sanctions from the UN, Kim Jong-un announces plans to expand North Korea's nuclear weapons and strengthen the country's economy. His plans defy warnings from the United States that North Korea needs to abandon its nuclear weapons arsenal.
- April 13: Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad resigns: Prime Minister Salam Fayyad resigns in Palestine amid infighting among the top echelon of the Palestinian Authority and popular discontent.
- April 23: France Becomes 14th nation to approve same-sex marriage: The lower house in France's National Assembly votes 331 to 225 in favor of same-sex marriage.