MEGA GALLERY: WA news in pictures | November 21, 2014 21 Nov 2014, 1:45 p.m. All the best photos making news this week in regional Western Australia. MEGA GALLERY: WA news in pictures | November 21, 2014 Matt Stone, Jo Barrett, Kym and Aaron Carr and Ellie Hinkley took in the opening night of the Gourmet Escape. Photo: Zannia Yakas/Margaret River.Adam Garcia, Scott Brady, Kirk Pengilly, Layne Beachley and Jarrad Seng enjoyed the opening night of the Gourmet Escape. Photo: Zannia Yakas/Margaret River.Chris Hughes, Adrian Gill and Monica Brown took in the sights at the Gourmet Escape opening night. Photo: Zannia Yakas/Margaret River.Jonathan Bennett and Poh Ling Yeow enjoyed the canapes at the Gourmet Escape. Photo: Zannia Yakas/Margaret River.Louise and Peter Rowe loved the oysters at the Gourmet escape opening night Photo: Zannia Yakas/Margaret River.Zac McCartney and Brianna Delaporte with Heston Blumenthal and Adam Garcia at the Gourmet Escape opening in Margaret River. Photo: Zannia Yakas/Margaret River. Mandurah artist Emma Blyth prepares for her latest exhibition Birds of Paradise. Photo: Supplied/Mandurah Mail. Binti Christensen, 7, has raised almost $500 for breast cancer research. Photo: Amy Martin/Mandurah Mail.Halls Head Primary School students celebrated 'nude food day' this week. Photo: Brianna Johnson/Mandurah MailMandurah Community Museum's Heritage Day showcased the region's history. Photo: Jeremy Hedley/Mandurah Mail.Pinjarra boy Levi Steltman is busking to raise money for charity. Photo: Brianna Johnson/Mandurah Mail.Mandurah MLA David Templeman has expressed concern over the Peel region crime rate. Photo: Brianna Johnson/Mandurah Mail.A look over Northam this week from the top of Weston Milling. Photo: Avon Valley Advocate. A service is planned on December 13 to mark the first stone being laid at St Peter's Anglican Church on Goomalling Road, Jennapullin in 1914. Photo: Avon Valley Advocate. Hundreds of Esperance students attended The Ripple Effect - an interactive program aimed at teaching students about the ongoing effects of bad decisions behind the wheel. Photo: Molly Baxter/Esperance Express. Esperance had more than a month's worth of rain in just a few weeks but the town is set for a warmer than usual summer. Photo: Tash Piggott/Esperance Express. Esperance business Mermaid Leather, which makes eco-friendly leather made from fish skin waste, could be dressing pop star Lady Gaga and is being eyed for the New York fashion scene. Photo: Kristin Macfarlane/Esperance Express. The most coveted prize in world cricket, the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy came to Esperance this week. Jonathan Crane poses with the cup. Photo: Jesse McCarthy-Price/Esperance Express. The Bridgetown Primary School drummers perform at the recent Blues in Bridgetown. Photo: Lee Steinbacher/Donnybrook-Bridgetown Mail.Young Boyup Brook dancers gearing up for their end of year concert: Caitlin Atherton, Teigan Clark, Hannah Marsden, Kayla Clark, Penny Meredith and Lyn Hansen. Photo: Donnybrook-Bridgetown Mail.Busselton McDonald's franchise John Frankham will be participating in the Ride for Sick Kids. He is pictured with Cassandra and Ethan Lauro. Photo: Busselton-Dunsborough Mail. Busselton of City Mayor Ian Stubbs with Nautical Lady Tower petition organiser Glenys Cope. Photo: Laura Newey/Busselton-Dunsborough Mail The inaugural Qube Truck Pull and Festival drew thousands to Bunbury's Bicentennial Square on Saturday and raised more than $40,000 for the Val Lishman Health Research Foundation's autism research project. Pictured is the Hot FM mascot team. Photo: Ashley Pearce/Bunbury Mail. As part of National Skin Cancer Action Week, Bunbury man Wayne Bolton shared his rough ride with melanoma to help raise awareness for the disease. He is pictured with Cancer Council WA regional education officer Dianne Pope. Picture: Justin Rake/Bunbury Mail. Former WA batsman Murray Goodwin scored 96 for Colts in a game against Hay Park but it wasn't enough to get his side home. Picture: Ashley Pearce/Bunbury Mail. TweetFacebook of ╳exitAll the best photos making news this week in regional Western Australia.