SYDNEYSIDERS will be able to celebrate 68 years since the creation of the State of Israel at the Zionist Council of NSW’s (ZCNSW) Yom Ha’atzmaut 2016 community concert and carnival in May.
THIS year’s Yom Hashoah commemoration will be themed “The Holocaust: Europe and Beyond”, looking at stories from Russia to Shanghai to North Africa.
Jeremy Corbyn, who heads the United Kingdom’s Labour Party, has denied that his party has an anti-Semitism problem amid a rash of controversial statements by party members. “There is not
THE University of Sydney has received a $35 million gift from the Susan and Isaac Wakil Foundation, the largest donation to the university since it was founded in 1850.
A UNIQUE piece of Holocaust history – a jewellery model used to craft a gold ring for Shoah rescuer Oskar Schindler – will go on display at the Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) next month, after lying unnoticed in Melbourne for half-a-century.
ST Ives resident Michelle Klass is calling for more pedestrian crossing facilities along Mona Vale Road after her 13-year-old son Shannon was injured in an accident last month.
Former mayor of London Ken Livingstone has been suspended by the Labour Party for “bringing the party into disrepute” in the wake of the anti-Semitism row, officials said on Thursday. […]
British Labour Party leader has finally caved in to mounting pressure and suspended Labour MP Naz Shah, after she called for the deportation of Israelis from the Middle East. The pressure […]
RESPECTED Jewish paediatrician Dr Mike Freelander is set to run on a platform of improving access to health and education services as Labor’s candidate for the marginal federal south-western Sydney electorate of Macarthur.
JEWISH students who might be affected by this year’s Higher School Certificate (HSC) timetable will be given accommodations on religious grounds, after it was announced on Wednesday that Succot, Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah fall within the examination period.