All posts tagged Evan Zlatkis

‘I couldn’t get to him’: 90-year-old Marcus Opit mourned

A JEWISH firefighter has spoken of his desperate attempts to save an elderly man’s life after heroically entering his burning house in Dover Heights while off-duty this week.

Probe into SMH, Age ‘Palestine’ crossword

THE Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) has launched an investigation after a crossword in its Tuesday edition – also featured in The Age – appeared to recognise "Palestine" as the Holy Land.

Keneally slammed over Auschwitz analogy

AUTHOR Thomas Keneally has come under fire over “outrageous” remarks he made comparing Australia’s policies toward asylum seekers to the lead-up to the Holocaust.

Mizrachi Bondi set for upgrade

MIZRACHI Bondi has kicked off its most ambitious project in more than 45 years – raising $2.25 million to refurbish and upgrade the shule to meet the demands of its growing congregation. 

Kosher butcher Hadassa to relocate

SYDNEY'S Jewish community could have a "fresh, modern" kosher butcher in time for the High Holy Days with work underway on a new and improved Hadassa Butchery on Hall Street, Bondi Beach.

‘Australia must cut funding to UNRWA’

AUSTRALIA has been urged to suspend payments to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) amid allegations of corruption at the highest levels of the Palestinian aid organisation. 

‘The power of community’

The Jewish Suicide Prevention Strategy received a prestigious national award for its work last week – winning the Communities Matter category in the 2019 LiFE Awards at the National Suicide Prevention Conference in Melbourne.

Sydney University’s show of solidarity

THE University of Sydney has expressed its support for Jewish students and staff, after it was revealed last week that a convicted terrorist planned to kill students wearing kippahs on campus.

Nine won’t rule out dumping AFL star over comment

CHANNEL Nine has refused to rule out whether it will allow former AFL star Mal Brown on air again, after he made an antisemitic comment over the weekend.

Coalition’s CCTV pledge

THE Coalition will invest $143,000 in enhanced CCTV at Bondi Beach to fight back against a recent spate of antisemitic graffiti if re-elected next month.