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Australian Jewish leaders ‘appalled’ at bombing terror attack

AUSTRALIAN Jewish leaders have condemned a terrorist attack at a nature reserve in the West Bank, which killed a 17-year-old Israeli girl and left her father and brother severely wounded.

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Top Tiger to talk Israel

FOR the CEO of an AFL club, staying on – or ahead of – the ball is an ingrained philosophy, so Brendon Gale, chief executive of Richmond Football Club, was curious about how Israelis have stayed on top of their game.

Keneally slammed over Auschwitz analogy

Mizrachi Bondi set for upgrade

Aussie takes helm of Shoah Foundation


Israeli fighter jets thwart planned attack by Iran from Syria

Israel’s military said it thwarted a planned attack by Iran-backed fighters using drones armed with explosives.

Three rockets fired from Gaza at southern Israel

Three rockets were fired from Gaza at southern Israel, the fourth such attack in the last two weeks.


Jackettes brave in grand final defeat

AFTER an awe-inspiring run of form that surprised many other teams throughout the 2019 VAFA women’s division 4 season, the AJAX Jackettes succumbed to minor premiers Glen Eira/Old Mckinnon 3.2 (20) to 6.8 (44) in the grand final played in gale force conditions at Mentone Oval last Sunday morning.

Carp’s masterful meet at worlds

“IT has been incredible to have the opportunity to test yourself against the very best in the world,” Michael Carp told The AJN from Gwangju in South Korea this week, after representing Australia in five men’s 50-54 events at the 2019 FINA World Masters Swimming Championships.

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Dream West End debut for Piterman

MELBOURNE musical theatre star Josh Piterman is in London preparing to make his West End debut in the lead role of the hit musical The Phantom of the Opera, which has been running for the past 33 years and has been seen by millions of theatregoers.

Yidcore makes a comeback

YIDCORE, the Australian Jewish punk rock band established in Melbourne in 1998 which disbanded in 2009, is reuniting for a concert at the inaugural Festival of Jewish Arts and Music (FOJAM) to be held at the Melbourne Recital Centre next month.


Win tickets to A Day in the Life of You

With original songs, live instruments, dancing and lots of audience participation, A Day in the Life of You by children’s theatre group, Musical Sprouts is a colourful and fun 50 minute show


When grandma became a political football

Turning down Israel’s offer was Rashida Tlaib proving how cold-hearted she really is. She simply played politics with her grandmother, writes Yisrael Medad.

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