WITH Pesach almost over, the community now turns to preparing for the highs and lows of the three “Yoms”.
Jared Kushner said “the two-state solution failed,” setting up the likelihood that the peace plan he expects to release soon will include limited autonomy for Palestinians.
If official exit polls from Ukraine’s presidential elections are to be believed, that country is set to become the only one in the world besides Israel whose president and prime minister are both Jewish.
FIVE Jewish swimmers aged between 15 and 17 represented their clubs and states at the 2019 Australian Age Swimming Championships in Adelaide from April 15-22, with two scoring top 20 placings, and three posting personal best (PB) times.
CUE sports sensation Marc Fridman was recently crowned the Australian U21 billiards champion at 17, with a further four years in front of him at the age level.
The Holocaust, Bibi, cybercrime and the colour blue. Linking these disparate topics are an impressive list of Jewish authors who will be speaking at this year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival, which opens on Monday (April 29).
Two weeks after rumours began to swirl of an upcoming Jennifer Lopez performance in Israel, concert organisers confirmed Wednesday that the pop superstar will be arriving this summer.
THIS year’s theme for the Sydney Yom Hashoah commemoration is “Memorials and Memories”. How do we keep history alive in our communities? asks Danny Hochberg.