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Shir Madness Sydney Jewish Music Festival is back! The annual banquet of Jewish music returns to Sydney and its Bondi Pavilion home on Sunday 18 September from 12 noon.
More than 360 guests packed the InterContinental Sydney Double Bay last weekend to help raise funds for Magen David Adom (MDA). Special guests were Noa Tishby, Aharon Adler and Megan Bernitz.
IT began with the wailing of sirens and continued in the yearning strains of singer Ilan Kidron’s beautiful rendition of Vu Ahin Zol ikh Geyn?/Where Shall I Go?, a song written by a Polish Jew who perished in the gas chambers of Auschwitz.
The Sydney Jewish Writers’ Festival attracted an impressive line-up of international writers and Australian authors at panel discussions and lectures for the event held at Bondi Junction.
TEN years ago Israeli-born Ofer Levy, who had settled in Australia only two years earlier, decided to turn his love for photography into his profession. That decision has paid off
A SPORTING oval on the University of Technology, Sydney campus at Lindfield is set to be named in honour of Jewish Victoria Cross (VC) recipient Leonard Keysor.
THREE men were charged after five Jewish people were attacked in an anti-Semitic incident on Friday night. Four men, aged 66, 48, 39 and 27, along with a 62-year-old woman, […]
LEADING Israeli and Australian authors will come together when the Sydney Jewish Writers Festival (SJWF) holds a special one-day session on September 1. While the SJWF is a biennial event […]
AFTER a memorable week of exciting social and sporting activities, the 31st Maccabi Australia Junior Carnival came to a close in Sydney on Tuesday, with organisers and participants heaping praise on the biggest sporting and social event on the Jewish calendar.
WITH less than a week to go until the 31st Maccabi Australia Junior Carnival hits the shores of Sydney, hundreds of Jewish participants around Australia and New Zealand are in final preparation for the grand event.