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ADF Captain Joshua Fink told The AJN how he feels leading up to ANZAC Day.
The work of 900 photographers across 150 exhibitions around Sydney will feature in the annual Head On Photo Festival to take place throughout May. Director Moshe Rosenzveig tells Phoebe Roth what’s new this year. NOW into its 11th year, the […]
YONATAN Freund has become the country’s undisputed karate champion for his age after taking home two gold medals from the 2015 Australian Schools and University Championships in Sydney, which was held in conjunction with the Australian Karate Open.
Terrorists in Gaza fired a rocket at the Sderot area on Thursday evening, shattering months of quiet and triggering air raid sirens in the area.
FRESH concern has been expressed over Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s trip to Tehran last weekend.
A SYMPOSIUM titled “Law, Rights and Resistance in Occupied Palestine” at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) on Friday has been labelled “one of the worst examples of polemics masquerading as genuine academic scholarship that we have seen in Australia”.
IT was a landmark weekend for AJAX football, as the club’s first ever women’s side, the Jackettes, triumphed on debut playing away to Montemorency, while men’s senior coach Marty Pask picked up his inaugural win.
THE Australian contingent of March of the Living (MOTL) is now enjoying the Israel leg of the program, following a meaningful and moving experience in Poland. This year, the Australian delegation numbers 32 in the student group, and 27 in […]
JEWISH communal leaders in Australia this week voiced their support for international recognition of the Armenian genocide, a century after the persecution of Armenians within the Ottoman Empire led to the deaths of well over a million people.