The week that was – November 19-25 25 Nov 2016, 1 p.m. Take a look at the photos that made headlines across the Hunter this week. The week that was November 19-25 NEWCASTLE: A silent disco at Callaghan College Wallsend Campus. Picture: Max Mason-HubersNEWCASTLE: Paula Birch in one of photo booths, at The Edwards bar in Newcastle. Picture: Max Mason-HubersHUNTER: PTSD sufferers slam bullying at NSW Ambulance control centre. Picture: Max Mason-HubersHUNTER: Individually made dresses remember the women killed by violence in Australia this year. Picture: Simone De PeakHUNTER: Out (fit) members Janai Lemar, Emma Guthrey and Kalyna Sparks said the group would have an "ongoing relationship" with Jenny's Place. Picture: Marina NeilNEWCASTLE: Sam Arnaout, the chief executive of Iris Capital, and purchaser of the Mall site, in Newcastle on Thursday. Picture: Marina NeilNEWCASTLE: Professor Penny Jane Burke and her son Timur Bernard, who said he hoped the film created a space for conversation around domestic violence. For help: 1800 RESPECT. Picture: Max Mason-HubersPORT STEPHENS: Puppies prove to be more than man's best friend.PORT STEPHENS: Port police in uniform switch for White Ribbon. Picture: Anna WolfLAKE MACQUARIE: State government offers grants to raise floor levels of flood-prone homes around Lake Macquarie. Picture: Dean OslandLAKE MACQUARIE: Morisset High School boys praised for work ethic in PCYC garden project. Picture: David StewartHUNTER: Bunnings donates 90kg of sweets for fireys lolly runHUNTER: Amorelle Dempster, Leader Slowfood Hunter Valley, with Tom Christie and Dominique Northam, of Four Acre Farm in Dungog, with Evelyn Christie. Picture: Simone De PeakHUNTER: Maitland women embrace cosmetic beauty treatments at Rutherford clinicHUNTER: Carrie's Place coffee cups initiative promote attitudes against domestic violenceHUNTER: Komatsu Australia’s Smart Centre (construction division) technology solution expert manager Aaron Marsh at the Intelligent Machine Control launch at Hunter Plant Operator Training School, Cessnock on November 24. Picture: Krystal SellarsHUNTER: The Wheelchair Sports NSW Roadshow rolls into Dungog Public School to teach disability awarenessHUNTER: All Saints Rectory Home in need of a repairHUNTER: Muswellbrook Golf Club hosts Parkinson's Disease Foundation fundraiserHUNTER: Staff at local business Allday Concrete spent hours working on the bear. Picture: Lesley BatemanHUNTER: Calvary will host Cooinda Carols and Fete at SingletonSam Arnaout is managing director of Iris Capital, who will be the new owner of the former David Jones building on Hunter Street, is photo bombed by a character on Hunter Street. Picture: Marina Neil A late wet change in Newcastle after a warm sunny day. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers20 year anniversary of a rehabilitation project in the Hexham wetlands. Picture: Max Mason-HubersParents of missing Metford man Zac Barnes are appealing for him to contact them. Picture: Max Mason-HubersHMRI is considering construction of a new building at their John Hunter site. Picture: Max Mason-HubersUniversity of Newcastle academic David Roy wants an investigation into how disabled children are treated at Newcastle schools. Picture: Max Mason-HubersTweetFacebook of ╳exitPhotos of the week Take a look at the photos that made headlines across the Hunter this week.