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F1 fan’s dream fulfilled

To attend the Australian Grand Prix for any F1 fan is a thrill. But not only was Mattie Michael able to attend the Grand Prix last weekend, he was one of the lucky few given the opportunity to volunteer at F1’s first race of the year.

Pinchus pitches for Strathfield’s millions

The Sydney Talmudic College Association (STCA), of which Rabbi Pinchus Feldman is the dean and spiritual leader, could be in for a multi-million dollar windfall.

Howard guest at UIA

John Howard received standing ovations during an address punctuated by spontaneous applause as he headlined the United Israel Appeal’s Victorian gala dinner last Wednesday.

Grandma Moses changes hands

THE new owner of Grandma Moses, Manfred Freinkel, said he is “humbled” to take the reins of the iconic Sydney kosher eatery, and plans to transform it into an “exciting cafe and coffee experience”.

Sydney’s Yeshiva College improves its policies

YESHIVA College, Bondi, has changed its policies after concerns were raised at the Royal Commission that there is a gatekeeper for child sexual abuse allegations.

‘UN’s Israel-bashing days are over’

United Nations Security Council ambassador Nikki Haley said that the Trump administration will not allow a repeat of last year’s UN resolution condemning Israel for its settlements.

Hamas vows revenge over Fudaha killing

HAMAS is threatening to settle a “new blood debt” against Israel, after the death of one of its top military leaders in what it claims was a Mossad assassination.

Uniting to heal wounds of abuse

In the wake of last week’s Royal Commission hearing, members of the community gathered with lay and spiritual leaders at Caulfield Park Pavilion for what was billed as “a Night of Healing”.

Groner ‘not aware of shunning’

Rabbi Chaim Tzvi Groner, who is a member of all three Yeshivah Centre boards, told the Royal Commission that he was unaware of any victims of child sexual abuse that are still shunned by the Yeshivah community.

Feldman ‘dropped the ball’

Rabbi Pinchus Feldman admitted last week that he had “dropped the ball” because he still didn’t know the details of Sydney Yeshiva Centre’s child protection policies.