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Minette Lee-Warden (left) and Dena Miller at Millee’s Deli in Rose Bay. 
Photo: Noel Kessel.

Kosher deli to serve milk and meat

For only the second time in Australia, a kosher eatery will serve both milk and meat meals at the same time on one premises.

NSW Premier Mike Baird speaking at the Yom Ha'atzmaut communal cocktail reception in Sydney on May 12. Photo: Noel Kessel

NSW Premier salutes Israel

NSW Premier Mike Baird spoke of his “life-changing” trip to Israel, and proposed a toast to the Jewish State, when he addressed a 700-strong crowd at the communal Yom Ha’atzmaut reception in Sydney last week.

Sydney University vice-chancellor Dr Michael Spence. Photo: Noel Kessel

‘Anti-Semitic behaviour is not acceptable at Sydney University’

VICE-CHANCELLOR of the University of Sydney Dr Michael Spence has asserted that anti-Semitic behaviour is not acceptable on campus, and insisted the university wants to take a strong stand against it.

Celebrating Israel's 68th birthday.

Happy birthday, Israel!

DESPITE the gloomy weather, the Sydney Jewish community came out in force on Sunday to celebrate Israel’s 68th birthday.

Students sitting a past HSC exam.

Jewish students reassured over HSC clash

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.

Max Lemberg, one of the subjects of the Humans of JCA.

Highlighting who we help

JCA raised $14.2 million last year and aims to raise $15.3 million this year, with the organisation shaking up its 2016 campaign which will shine the spotlight on members of our community instead of bringing out guest speakers.

Julian Leeser. Photo: Giselle Haber

Leeser sets sights on Canberra

JULIAN Leeser could become the first Jewish member of the House of Representatives from NSW for the Liberal Party if elected later this year.

A 3D rendering of how Hakoah White City will look.

Hakoah heading to Stage 2 of DA

THE Hakoah Club intends to lodge the Stage 2 development application (DA) for its $47 million redevelopment of White City with Woollahra Council “as soon as possible”, and will be seeking donations to make the project a reality.

Craig Laundy (third from left) and Jihad Dib (second from right)  with students from Mount Sinai and Masada Colleges at the Youth Summit. Photo: Noel Kessel.

A day of interfaith learning

MORE than 112 students and teachers from Muslim, Christian and Jewish schools, both state and private, attended Together For Humanity’s (TFH) inaugural Inclusive Communities Youth Summit at NSW Parliament House last week.

Yentes on the set of Fiddler on the Roof (from left) Suzanne Sheldon, Nicki Wendt and Michelle Lewis. Photo: Noel Kessel.

When Yente met yentes

“MATCHMAKER, matchmaker make me a match, find me a find, catch me a catch … ” It was a case of a matchmaker meeting her match at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre last week when Nicki Wendt, who plays Yente in the brand new production of Fiddler on the Roof, met some real-life yentes from Jewish matchmaking service JJunction.