THE NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBOD) has overwhelmingly passed a motion calling for “equal treatment under Australian law to same-sex couples who choose to marry” at its monthly plenum tonight (Tuesday).
MEMBERS of the Feldman family have won a stay of execution and will remain in Yeshiva’s Flood Street property until at least December 19.
Eight Jewish players represented the University of NSW in the Football NSW Women’s State League grand finals last Sunday, with the U15s team enjoying a hard-fought 1-0 win over Parramatta FC
It was 2:30am, pitch black and the water was barely 16 degrees when Sydney mother of three Rachelle Silver set off to swim across the English Channel to raise funds for Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia.
An Israeli athlete who was castrated and killed by terrorists at the 1972 Munich Olympics can at last enter a “complete rest”, his widow has told The AJN after winning a 45-year fight for a memorial.
After months of speculation, Israel’s Attorney-General has said he is considering indicting Sara Netanyahu, and outlined the suspicions against her.
SYDNEY Jewish Writers Festival (SJWF) director Justine Saidman explained the thought bubble behind this year’s event was to ensure a broad, eclectic mix of issues were explored through discussions by Australian and international writers from all walks of life.
WHILE there are many thought-provoking portrayals of the Shoah, Last Witnesses, a documentary set to screen on ABC TV’s Compass program this weekend, sets itself apart from other Holocaust films with its moving message that bears strong relevance to youth today.
SELECTIVE outrage is nothing new in the Australian Jewish community, but it’s been blatantly obvious like never before in the last month. First there was the now infamous case of […]