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Community loses a true leader

Leaders across the community have paid tribute to Jeremy Spinak, who died at the age of 36 today.

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Prayers for Pittsburgh

Thank you to the students, teachers and members of the Jewish and broader community who have contributed touching sentiments as part of our community’s tribute for Pittsburgh. From readers as young as five to readers in their 90s, we received hundreds of messages. Pictured here is a small sample.

national

Community congratulates Daley

THE NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBOD) has congratulated state Opposition Leader Michael Daley on his new role.

Gargasoulas found guilty

Hyams dons mayoral robes again

Mitzvah Day approaching

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Reality check with Nicole Small

What are some key qualities that make a successful start-up? Building a successful start-up is really hard. Most start-ups fail, even when they tick all the right boxes. In venture

Young & hungry: start-up success at 24

For Speedlancer founder and Melbourne boy Adam Stone, start-ups represent a creative outlet for him to communicate and problem-solve. He speaks to Belle Kwan about his journey so far.   Introduce […]

sport

Werner’s promising start in pilot’s seat

Sydney’s Ashleigh Werner has successfully made her dream transition within Australia’s women’s bobsleigh squad, switching from brakeman to pilot in time for the North America Cup.

Klinger ready to rock with Paarl

Michael Klinger has signed with Paarl Rocks for South Africa’s inaugural Mzansi Super League as he prepares for this summer’s Big Bash League in Australia.

international

Ceasefire brings end to rocket bombardment

Palestinian terror groups in Gaza have reportedly agreed to commit to a ceasefire of hostilities that have seen more than 400 rockets bombard southern Israel in a 25-hour period.

Spirit of commemoration remains strong in Beersheba

This year’s service to commemorate the great Anzac success in Beersheba 101 years ago could easily have felt like an anti-climax, bit it had renewed energy.

arts

Concert break for Homeland star

Award-winning actor Mandy Patinkin has been honoured for decades in television, film and records, but with an upcoming Australian tour, he admits his first love is singing.

Mandela’s story a musical triumph

With 2018 marking the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela, there may be no finer way to honour South Africa’s anti-apartheid revolutionary – and a defining symbol of reconciliation – than through an inspiring, soul-stirring production. Sophie Deutsch speaks to Jewish author and composer Jean-Pierre Hadida about Madiba the Musical, which opened in Sydney last Thursday.

competitions

Win tickets to the OZ International Film Festival

Australian writer, director and producer Frank Howson has announced the inaugural OZ International Film Festival (OZIFF) to be held at The Alex Theatre in Melbourne from November 23 to December […]

Win tickets to Evita

opinion

Walking in William Cooper’s footsteps

This protest was for another mob. He [William Cooper] saw injustices happening to others and had the guts and ability to do something about it.

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