IT seems even the sky won’t be the limit for closer Australia–Israel ties.
Talented teenager Jay Hirschowitz finished his first season as a Sydney FC Academy player with 29 appearances for the powerhouse club’s U16s side, which was crowned NSW Premier League Youth premiership winners late last month.
Betty Klimenko, the daughter of Westfield co-founder John Saunders, became the first Jew to win Australia’s most famous car race on Sunday.
Israel is out on a limb, as the international community waits for Donald Trump’s decision, expected any day, on the fate of the Iranian nuclear deal.
An Israeli grandfather was brutally murdered in a terror attack, as his 23 children and grandchildren prepared for his birthday party 10 kilometres away.
A chance meeting led to filmmaker Joshua Weinstein making Menashe, the first full-length Yiddish feature film in decades that is set in Brooklyn’s Chassidic community.
Memphis the Musical is set in the 1950s when rock music started becoming popular with mainstream music fans, but when racial prejudice was still rife.
We recognise that Michael Danby is an Australian Jewish institution, and we fully appreciate that, whatever our differences, as a community we have been enriched by his presence and his service.