THE Morrison government “will not turn a blind eye to an antisemitic agenda masquerading as defence of human rights in the UN”, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said this week.
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By marcus padley I manage a $38 million Australian equity fund. It was great last year, the market was up 12 per cent and we were up 23 per cent.
by Roger Balch Although the natural reaction upon seeing headlines like “As of lunchtime November 21 the ASX had wiped out two years of gains” (in the AFR) is to […]
Standing on the winner’s podium together in the Australian Open women’s C1 (single canoe) final in Penrith last Sunday was a special moment for Sydney sisters Jessica and Noemie Fox.
Israeli-born swimming legend Nachum Buch had inspiring meetings with Jewish Australian swimmers before last week’s Victorian Swimming Championships and Para Swimming World Series opener in Melbourne.
Jewish MP Luciana Berger was among seven Labour MPs in the UK who this week resigned from the party in protest at Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of complaints surrounding antisemitism and Brexit.
An attempt by Bibi to defend Holocaust history has blown up into an all-out crisis in Israel–Poland relations.
Vote for your favourite finalists in our holiday photo competitions and you could be in the running to win a stay at the five-star Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort in the heart of Noosa.
Seasoned stage and screen performer Evelyn Krape was thrilled at being selected joint best actress at the Tropfest short film festival for the seven-minute dark comedy Can You Hear Me?
Perhaps the question is not why young people don’t engage with politics. A better question is why, when they’re capable of stating clearly and openly what problems our system faces, don’t we give them more opportunities and space to lead?