Archive for December, 2012

Rabbi James Kennard March 2012

Jewish schools in Victoria’s elite

OUTSTANDING VCE results have ensured Melbourne’s Jewish schools will retain their places in the state’s elite, with at least one student from every school attaining an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) in the top percentile.

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Cranbourne recognised for excellence

THE Cranbourne Golf Club recently received two major awards at the Clubs Victoria – Awards for Excellence, recognising the efforts of the strong Jewish heritage that the club

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Junior ballers take titles

THREE of Maccabi Basketball Club’s junior sides added to last weekend’s grand-final success, with the boys’ under-8 Spurs and Thunder, as well as the under-10 Blaze all taking

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Our Victorian duxes a class act

AFTER two years of study and stress, the top students from Melbourne’s Jewish schools can now breath a sigh of relief after finding out their results. Mount Scopus Memorial

16-12-12. Official opening of the new Central Shul Chabad. Photo: Peter Haskin

Opening of Central Shul

Official opening of the new Central Shul Chabad. Photos: Peter Haskin[nggallery

9-12-12. Chanukah in the Park 2012. Caulfield Park. Photo: Peter Haskin

Chanukah in the Park

Melbourne celebrated Chanukah with the annual Chanukah in the Park festivities. Photos: Peter Haskin[nggallery

25-11-12. Mitzvah Day 2012.  Zac Chester. Photo: Peter Haskin

Mitzvah Day 2012

There were activities all around Melbourne for the annual Mitzvah Day project. Photos: Peter Haskin[nggallery

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Rally for Israel

More than 1200 people rallied to show their support for Israel at Princes Park, Caulfield. Photo: Peter Haskin[nggallery

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Centre stage over summer

THE spectacular stage production War Horse has its Australian premiere at the State Theatre, Melbourne Arts Centre, on New Year’s Eve before touring to Sydney in March. Since opening

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Global hit for folk duo

ALTERNATIVE folk outfit The April Maze has spent the past few years touring up and down Australia’s east coast in their old kombi van, playing at small venues. Established

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