AUSTRALIAN supporters of Jonathan Pollard were buoyed at news the long-jailed American intelligence expert, who served almost 30 years for spying for Israel, has been paroled, but lamented further restrictions on his freedom.
ADAM Kellerman booked his spot in the 2016 Australian Open with a win at the first national wheelchair tennis championships in Bendigo last weekend. The star player, who is Australia’s […]
MACCABI is trying to raise $100,000 for people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) with a national 12-hour swimathon this Sunday. In Sydney teams from Emanuel School, Mount Sinai College and Moriah […]
Jonathan Pollard was released Friday from the federal prison in Butner, North Carolina, after serving 30 years of a life sentence behind bars for conspiracy to commit espionage without intent to harm the United States.
JERUSALEM — Three people were killed in a shooting attack in the West Bank, including an American yeshiva student, hours after two Jewish men were stabbed to death in Tel Aviv at […]
Actor Warren Mitchell, best known for starring as Alf Garnett in the TV series Till Death Us Do Part which screened from 1965-75, has died aged 89.
Archibald Prize-winning artist Judy Cassab, who died earlier this month in Sydney aged 95, was loved by her family, friends and members of the art world for her lifetime of painting.
A brand new production of one of the greatest musicals in history, Fiddler on the Roof, starring Australian superstar Anthony Warlow, will open at Melbourne’s Princess Theatre on December 29, playing for […]
People all over Melbourne got into the spirit of Mitzvah Day from clean ups to packing Chanukah gifts. Photos: Peter Haskin
With ABC managing director Mark Scott confirming recently that after a decade in the role he will be stepping down, speculation is rife as to who his successor may be. A number of prominent names have been put forward as potential replacements, including key figures from the fields of business, media and academia.