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TAFE acts after Jewish student told to ‘burn’

A JEWISH TAFE student was left too scared to go to class after enduring two years of antisemitic bullying.

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national

Rabbi Gutnick to remain head of RCANZ

RABBI Moshe Gutnick is to remain president of the Rabbinic Council of Australia and New Zealand (RCANZ) despite the High Court rejecting an appeal application by the Sydney Beth Din (SBD), which he heads, to overturn contempt of court convictions against four of its members.

Macnamara’s first MP

Sharma: ‘I will always stand up for Israel’

NSW govt provides $2m for communal security

international

Report: Litzman didn’t just intervene for Leifer

EXPLOSIVE new claims regarding the Malka Leifer case are prompting calls for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to change his planned coalition. 

Australia finishes ninth in Eurovision

Australia’s Kate-Miller Heidke has secured ninth place in the Eurovision Song Contest grand final in Tel Aviv.

sport

Swibel shares in Sydney FC’s glory

“PURE elation” was how Sydney FC’s A-League and National Youth League football manager Michael Swibel described the moment he and head coach Steve Corica embraced on the pitch following the Sky Blues’ 4-1 penalty shootout A-League grand final win against favourites Perth Glory.

Maccabi trouble soaring Eagles

QUALITY is the word that comes to mind to describe last Sunday’s match of the week in round 8 of the Victorian State League 2 Southeast men’s football competition

arts & features

Piterman to embark on first solo concert tour

Singer Josh Piterman is embarking on his first solo concert tour of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane next month to perform his favourite songs.

Artist’s self-portrait an Archibald top pick

CONTINUING her success at last year’s Archibald Prize, Sydney-based artist Karyn Zamel has again achieved recognition as a finalist – this time, for an impressive character study of herself.

competitions

Win tickets to Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd will be presented for six shows only from 13 to 16 June to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s ground- breaking musical thriller that transports audiences

opinion

Why the president of RCANZ must stand down

THE leading rabbis of Australia have shown a lack of respect for the Australian legal system by ignoring a ruling of three courts and instead focusing on one dissenting opinion, writes Joshua Levi.

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