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AFTER months of preparation, hundreds of thousands of Jews across the world are set to celebrate a Shabbat like no other this weekend … and The AJN is on hand to help.
AS tributes flow for Gough Whitlam, Australia’s 21st prime minister, who died on Tuesday, aged 98, reflections from communal leaders have been mixed, some recalling a government that
LEADERS from a range of diverse faith communities came together recently to declare this Saturday, October 25 as National Day of Unity.
Mount Scopus Memorial College has welcomed new president Amy Hershan to lead the school and continue the great work from former president Lisa Kennett.
THE Jewish community is gearing up for the much-anticipated Shabbat Project, with an array of events planned across the country. On the Shabbat of October 24/25, Australian Jews are being
POLITICIANS, community leaders and families attended the laying of the foundations for Jewish Care’s $8.5 million Disability Respite Centre last week. The state-of-the-art facility on Glen Eira Road in
THE Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) has elected its leadership team for 2015, with 21-year-old political enthusiast Dean Sherr set to sit at the helm as national
FORMER Australian Jewish News editor Dan Goldberg and Jewish filmmaker Danny Ben Moshe have been nominated for a Walkley Award for their documentary Code of Silence. The one-hour documentary,
LEGALISED medical marijuana “is not only permissible but obligatory to use” if it has a medical benefit, according to one of Australia’s top rabbis. The comments from Rabbinical Council
FORMER prime minister Julia Gillard has taken a swipe at Labor colleagues who place their ties to voters in some Sydney electorates above their support for Israel. Speaking at