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Orah Fund’s $500k milestone

THE Orah Fund – an Australian investment fund that donates all management fees to Jewish charities in Australia and Israel – reached a major milestone last week of delivering just over $500,000 worth of grants since it was established in December 2016.

$500k for Beth Weizmann security

A MAJOR security upgrade to the Beth Weizmann Jewish Community Centre (BWJCC) is due to begin early next year after a final $500,000 was provided by the Victorian government.

NSW govt provides $2m for communal security

MAKING good on a pre-election pledge, Vaucluse MP Gabrielle Upton joined NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman and Minister for Multiculturalism John Sidoti to present the community with a $2 million cheque for communal security on Tuesday night.

$10 million for the JHC

MELBOURNE'S Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) has received a huge funding boost from the federal government.

$55m funding boost for religious security

RELIGIOUS schools and places of worship will have access to $55 million in grants to increase security at their premises, following last week’s terrorist attack in New Zealand. Prime Minister Scott

Daley pledges $480k for Shalom Gamarada

NSW Labor has confirmed that $480,000 has been committed to fund six places in the Shalom Gamarada Indigenous Residential Scholarship Program as part of its Aboriginal Affairs policy.

None of our foreign aid should back terrorism

I firmly believe that right around the world, we should take a much tougher approach to the misuse and abuse of our foreign aid budget.

Are our tax dollars funding Palestinian terror?

There are doubts over the integrity of three separate Australian-funded development programs in the Palestinian Territories, and also long-term concerns over funding for the UN Relief and Works Agency.

Cash for communal upgrades

Four Jewish organisations are sharing $75,000 of funding from the NSW government’s Community Building Partnership Program.

Messy campaign for Melbourne Ports

The battle for Melbourne Ports is on a knife edge this week after recent polling revealed that the Greens candidate Steph Hodgins-May has closed the gap on Labor’s Michael Danby, and possibly pulled ahead.