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Ravit Martinez will speak about her experiences as an MDA paramedic at MDA NSW's major function.

Helping people in need with MDA

ONE of the special things about working for Magen David Adom (MDA) is the opportunity to help people all over the world, paramedic Ravit Martinez says.
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An artist's impression of part of Hakoah's proposed development. (Supplied)

Hakoah White City heritage issues not resolved

WOOLLAHRA Council has deferred any action on a new heritage report for White City for three months to allow the Hakoah board time to work through the issues.

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‘Community man in every sense’ mourned

THE Sydney Jewish community has lost one of its most dedicated members with the passing of Fred Seskin last Saturday night.

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Honour for UIA stalwart

TWENTY-SIX years ago, a newly retired Sam Steif walked into UIA’s office and asked to be given something to do.

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Shining light shares flame of philanthropy

PHILANTHROPY is like a candle, according to Jewish philanthropist Gerardo Porteny Backal, who appeared at several communal events and Jewish schools in Sydney last week.


A gala dinner in your own home

STAND Up’s 2015 gala dinner won’t feature long speeches, the need to dress up or even getting stuck in traffic on the way to the function centre.

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Hatred in eastern suburbs

COMMUNAL leaders have condemned an anti-Semitic leaflet that was dropped in letterboxes in Sydney’s eastern suburbs this week.

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Brough reflects on Israel trip

FEDERAL Liberal National MP Mal Brough described his recent visit to Israel as “illuminating and sobering” in Parliament on May 26. Brough was one of six federal parliamentarians to take part in […]

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Qld pollies unite for Israel

THE Queensland Parliamentary Friends of Israel met last week for the first time since the election of the new Labor government.

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Waverley explores its Jewish heritage

WAVERLEY Council’s “Eat, Pray, Naches” program is in full swing, with Council representatives currently in the midst of conducting interviews with participants.