FORMER foreign minister Bob Carr has withdrawn from an event billed as “The right of return … commemoration of 70th anniversary of Al Nakbah”.
Triumph turned to tragedy in less than 30 minutes for Steven Solomon and his three Australian teammates in a dramatic second heat of the men’s 4x400m relay at the Commonwealth Games last Friday.
Alexandra ‘Sasha’ Kiroi-Bogatyreva demonstrated a steely resolve, and incredible self-belief in her ability and preparation, to play a leading role in Australia winning two bronze medals in rhythmic gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games.
As world powers decide their next steps for a volatile Syria, in the largest Jewish town in the Golan Heights, the security chief is preparing bomb shelters.
British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn came under fire in Parliament this week as MPs discussed anti-Semitism. Tuesday afternoon’s debate on the issue saw Jewish members of Corbyn’s party discuss their own personal experiences.
CHARISMATIC Israeli high school teacher Matan Yair found more than personal satisfaction when he taught history and literature to troublesome students who had been rejected from the regular school system.
The tribute exhibition to British singer Amy Winehouse attracted record attendances during its exclusive five-month exhibition at the Jewish Museum of Australia.
In 1992, internationally acclaimed director Baz Luhrmann wrote and directed Strictly Ballroom, which became an Australian iconic classic and a worldwide movie phenomenon. Strictly Ballroom is the story of Scott Hastings, a championship ballroom dancer who defies […]
It has not been easy and will continue not to be, but as we reflect on our future, we must never forget the words of David Ben-Gurion “In Israel, in order to be a realist you have to believe in miracles.”