‘Israel support to continue’

AUSTRALIA’S new Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne will continue to support the State of Israel, according to Liberal deputy leader Josh Frydenberg.

A true leader

Jeremy Spinak has spent countless hours at meetings and functions representing our community, and has made a huge impact, but he has never sought the limelight.

Hamilton earns dream Bulldogs debut

One week ago, Toni Hamilton was “absolutely devastated” when she found out that she didn’t make the Western Bulldogs’ squad for the 2018 VFLW season. She later received an unexpected text message that confirmed her childhood dream would on Sunday become a reality.

Retreat heads north

THE call is out for dynamic entrepreneurs, professionals, volunteers, thinkers, activists and change-makers for the fourth annual LaunchPad retreat.

Future footy stars shooting for AFLW dream

THE Melbourne Jewish community could have its first two footballers playing in the booming AFL Women’s competition as early as next year. Former Mount Scopus Memorial College students Ally Bild

Rita’s story of Exodus

70 years ago, the Exodus 1947 ploughed across seas. The ship brimmed with more than 4500 Jewish refugees – and their hopes and gritty determination to rise from the ashes […]

AJN scores awards hat-trick

FOR the second year in a row, The Australian Jewish News has been named Best Publication at the NSW Premier's Multicultural Media Awards.

UN chief hails ‘beautiful’ Israel

The United Nations Secretary-General has decried people who call for Israel's destruction saying that they are engaged in "a form of modern anti-Semitism".

Fresh fears over nuclear Iran

IRAN needs just five days to enrich uranium to a weapon-ready state, the head of the country's nuclear program claimed on Tuesday.

Terror attack outside kosher restaurant

A van plowed through a crowd of people on Barcelona’s main shopping street, reportedly killing at least 13 people and injuring over 50 others. Police said they were treating the […]