The Sydney Jewish community gathered at White City on Thursday night to raise a glass to the newly opened Jumpstart Innovation Hub.
EXCITEMENT is building for the 2017 Maccabi Australia Junior Carnival, which begins this Sunday in Perth.
JEWISH talent was on show at the 2017 Futsal National Championships held in Sydney last week, with five players representing three NSW teams that made grand finals.
HAS Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and American President Donald Trump dumped the two-state solution?
Fears of a new confrontation between Gaza’s rulers and Israel are rising, after Hamas has chosen one of its most extreme figures to lead the movement.
Artist Yosl Bergner won acclaim for his art in Australia in the 1940s and in Israel since settling there in 1950, working in his Tel Aviv studio until shortly before his death on January 18, aged 96.
When the history of Australian film of the early 21st century is written, Lion will take its place as one of the best of its era, with its story of childhood loss, displacement and search for identity. Read Don Perlgut’s review.
Lights by DreamWorks – The Experience is an interactive, walkthrough experience for all ages and is set to run for 30 days in March and April. Held at Rosebud’s foreshore,
Seventeen year old Israeli Yshai Oliel made the final of this year’s Australian Open junior boys tournament, going down to Hungarian Zsombor Piros in three tough sets. Photos: Peter Haskin
Here are the final entries in our photo competition featuring members of the Australian Jewish community on holiday, both in Australia or overseas. And there’s a great prize for the winner!
Here are the final entries in our sunrise/sunset photo competition. And there’s a great prize of a holiday staying at The Reef House in Palm Cove in tropical north Queensland for the winning entry.
Here are the latest entries in our sunrise/sunset photo competition. And there’s a great prize of a holiday staying at The Reef House in Palm Cove in tropical north Queensland for the winning entry.
THESSALONIKI and Zakynthos are not names which automatically spring to mind when discussing the Holocaust. Particularly as the majority of survivors who made a home in Australia in the aftermath of the Shoah originated in Eastern Europe.