UTS doctoral candidate Gavin Bonsen, the first-ever recipient of JNF Australia’s Arava-Finkel Scholarship, is headed to Israel to study the habits of desert wolves.
MORE than 3000 people stood at Pheasant Wood Military Cemetery near Fromelles, France, last week to honour the Diggers who died exactly 100 years ago.
Jalna will reconsider its decision to forego kosher certification after an outpouring of concern from the community after last week's AJN article.
Female singers will no longer be excluded from performing at NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBOD) events after pressure led to a policy reversal.
The Landing Pad was one of the highlights of an eight-day tour by 11 Victorian Coalition MPs under the AIJAC Rambam Israel Fellowship Program.
Communal leaders this week told The AJN they were stunned that JNF Victoria executive director Marlo Newton had been made redundant.
A Jewish family in the UK has launched a global appeal to find a stem cell donor to save their mother’s life after discovering her leukaemia has returned.
Senior politicians, communal leaders and the legal fraternity have paid tribute to former Federal Court judge and barrister Alan Goldberg.
An Auschwitz survivor from Melbourne has been touring New Zealand to share her harrowing story with thousands of students. Guta Goldstein spent three weeks in the country recounting the horrors she
Australian-Polish doctor, Ann Drillich, talks to Peter Kohn about her epic struggle with Poland’s authorities to reclaim an extensive family estate stolen in the Holocaust.