Two volunteers from Haztolah of Sydney have registered for the Emergency Services Blood Challenge this winter in a bid to pump up the number of blood donations.
More than 125 people gathered at Emanuel Synagogue on Monday night (July 18) for a groundbreaking ceremony that signalled the beginning of the shul’s much-anticipated redevelopment.
Masada College was celebrated as being “the rock and the fortress” of Jewish life and continuity on Sydney’s north shore for 50 years at a golden jubilee gala dinner on July 16.
TWO landmark medical projects have figured prominently in a research visit to Israel by a team of 16 Australian medical professionals.
Josh Frydenberg had an amazing week with a birthday in the Lodge, a new cabinet appointment as the Minister for Environment and Energy, an opportunity to welcome American Vice-President Joe Biden to Australia, not to mention a portrait of himself being a finalist for the Archibald Prize.
Gary and Sheila Esterman watched on in horror from their hotel balcony as a terrorist used his truck to kill 84 people and injure hundreds more on Bastille Day in Nice.
HONORARY consul of Mexico in Melbourne, David Aarons, described himself as “a proud Melburnian and Victorian” after being awarded Mexico’s highest accolade to foreigners.
IT was an opening ceremony steeped in emotion on July 6 at Ammunition Hill, Jerusalem, where almost 50 years ago the blood of 37 young Israeli soldiers was spilt in
“Addiction is a disease, not a choice. I didn’t choose to become an addict. I didn’t choose to ruin my life.” Those are the words of Ben Morley, who has finally put his life back on track after being addicted to drugs for more than 15 years.
A reconciliation deal between Israel and Turkey will not be affected by the attempted military coup, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.