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Compensation for child survivors

CHILD Holocaust survivors in Australia are set to benefit from the establishment of a landmark $250 million fund agreed to between the Claims Conference and German Government.

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Shticking it to the government

HENRY Greener, architect of the iconic Jewish community TV program The Shtick is furious at the Federal Government’s decision to remove Australia’s community TV stations from the air. Communications


NSW Police launch Operation Hammerhead

Police have increased their presences in NSW. NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione launched Operation Hammerhead today to focus on transport hubs, places where people gather in large numbers, iconic

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‘Anti-Semitic’ TAFE leaflet pulled

A FORM that was widely circulated at TAFE in Randwick has been scrapped after a member of the Jewish community complained about elements in the literature that displayed


Local Sobibor survivor mourned

MRS Regina Zielinski, the only known Australian survivor of the Sobibor extermination camp, has passed away peacefully at the age of 89. Only last month The AJN reported Mrs


Jewish schools too expensive? Not any more

IF the prospect of exorbitant fees is deterring you from sending your kids to a Jewish school, think again. That’s the message from Melbourne’s Yeshivah-Beth Rivkah (YBR) Colleges


Orchestral dreams

CONDUCTOR and musical director Russell Ger has been living in the United States for the past six years, but Australia is still very much in his dreams. The former


Mortar from Gaza hits Israel for first time since ceasefire

UPDATED Hamas in Gaza reportedly arrested those responsible for launching a mortar at Israel in defiance of the ceasefire. Following the launching of the mortar on Tuesday evening, Hamas contacted


Auschwitz guard charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder

German prosecutors have charged a 93-year-old man with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for his service as a Nazi SS guard at Auschwitz.


MJC Amie Liebowitz

Interfaith trip of a lifetime

WHILE conflict raged in the Middle East, 22-year-old Amie Liebowitz was breaking down stereotypes and finding common ground with Muslim students and young professionals from around the world. Liebowitz,

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