All posts tagged Evan Zlatkis

NSW Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton with Vic Alhadeff (on left) and Jeremy Spinak.

Section 20D: ‘The time to act is now’

A coalition of community leaders are coming together to push for changes to Section 20D of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act.

Megan Bernitz (right) helping a patient into an ambulance after last week’s terrorist attack in Tel Aviv. Photo: Moti Karelitz/Flash90.

‘I had this immense responsibility to help’

An Australian woman currently living in Israel has spoken of her harrowing ordeal when she was caught up in the terrorist attack in Tel Aviv last week that left four people dead.

A makeshift memorial for victims of the Pulse nightclub.
Photo: AP Photo/David Goldman.

Community mourns Orlando victims

Australian Jewry has expressed its sadness and shock at the massacre carried out at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida that left 49 people dead and 53 injured.

NSW Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton with Vic Alhadeff (on left) and Jeremy Spinak.

Labor pushes for tougher hate laws

The NSW Labor Opposition has introduced legislation to stop hate speech in NSW, and accused the state government of sitting on its hands instead of fixing the state’s “broken” anti-vilification laws.

Sherri Mandell will be guest speaker at Chabad North Shore's gala dinner on June 27.

A mother’s road to resilience

“Judaism teaches us that in the midst of struggle and pain, we can also find growth if we receive enough support and love". That's the message Israeli-American author Sherri Mandell will share at Chabad North Shore’s gala dinner later this month.

From left: Eman Banakh, Gabi Hodge and Ariel Singer.

Russians in the house

Australia will soon have its first-ever Russian-speaking Moishe House, which will play host to various events for young adults in a bid to unite the Russian-Jewish and mainstream Jewish communities in Melbourne.

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.