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History in the making

A sea of security personnel, dignitaries, photographers and police welcomed Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s first sitting Prime Minister to step on Australian soil, as he arrived in Sydney in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

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Palestinian flag causes stir

THE Victorian Trades Hall Council was embarrassed this week by a Palestinian flag flying on the building of its Carlton headquarters.

COA’s kosher meal milestone

Question mark over conversions

South Head rabbi: Make me CEO


Horwitz ready for Super season

THE NSW Waratahs will begin their 2017 Super Rugby campaign in Sydney at Allianz Stadium this Saturday night against the Western Force, determined to make amends for their disappointing 10th place finish last year.

Fox sisters shine at canoe Australian Open

IT was a classy sister act at the 2017 Canoe Slalom Australian Open in Penrith last weekend, with Jewish siblings Jessica and Noemie Fox coming first and second in the women’s C1 (single canoe) final.


IDF soldier jailed for killing terrorist

One of Israel’s most controversial court cases ended on Tuesday with an 18-month sentence for an army medic.

Bibi buoyant after Washington trip

Benjamin Netanyahu was in high spirits on Sunday as he left Israel for Singapore and then Australia.


Our photo competition winners

The winners of our annual summer photo competitions have been announced with luxury holiday prizes for the best holiday photo and the best sunrise/sunset shot. And a lucky reader also wins a prize!

Honouring a father’s literary legacy

A lifelong dream has come true for Agnes Walder as her father’s plays – written in Hungary as World War II loomed and hidden from the Nazis – have just been published in America.


Win book and tickets to Alone in Berlin

After selling out multiple sessions during JIFF 2016, Alone in Berlin is now coming to Classic, Lido and Cameo Cinemas for its official release from March 2. Featuring an all-star cast including Brendan



Humanity shines through

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.

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