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Drug testing at Moriah College

MORIAH College is to introduce random drug testing, and locker and bag searches in an attempt to stamp out drug use and vaping in the community.

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Construction a step closer on Hakoah White City

TWELVE years after selling its Hall Street, Bondi premises, the dream of a new Hakoah Club at White City is another step closer, with the board expecting construction to commence in the second half of next year.

Honey for the Premier

Celebrated survivor twin mourned

All change at GBH and FKI


‘An unprecedented situation’

WITH both Likud and Blue and White expressing confidence they will lead the next government, Israelis are gearing up for a drawn-out period of political horse-trading before they discover what the results of Tuesday’s election actually mean. 

Election 2019: Israel’s kingmaker?

WITH Benjamin Netanyahu in the midst of the biggest crisis of his political life, after taking a battering at the ballot box, one man could throw him a lifeline: Avigdor Lieberman.


Jackas pumped up for grand final battle

AJAX Football Club’s men’s team is riding a well-deserved wave of communal support as it continues to shine in its first finals series since 2011, booking its place in this Saturday’s VAFA Premier C grand final after making light work of Ormond in the preliminary final.

Malyar and Levy set records on world stage

EARLIER this year, Israel’s team of nine athletes who qualified for the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships were not even sure they’d be able to dive into the pool, let alone win any medals.

arts & features

Film festival of Jewish stories

This year’s Jewish International Film Festival features a wide range of movies and documentaries from around the world.

‘Maybe there is room for both of us?’

Jewish Israeli Noa Yammer and Palestinian citizen of Israel Shada Edress Mansour share their journeys to Hand in Hand, a network of schools for Jews and Arabs, during their recent visit to Australia for the New Israel Fund.


Win tickets to Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia! is a true phenomenon – seen in over 440 major cities in 6 continents, translated into 26 languages, and seen by more than 60 million people world-wide (and counting). 


Frydenberg challenge: ‘A great shame to the nation’

The challenge against Josh Frydenberg is an obscenity and a great shame to the Australian nation that earned Erica Strausz’s citizenship, by giving her and her family the protection and security they lost in Hungary, writes Noel Pearson.

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