All posts tagged Hakoah

Grand final glory for Hakoah futsal

HAKOAH Eastern Suburbs achieved double success at the Futsal NSW Premier League 2 grand finals last Saturday at Valentine Sports Park.

‘Watershed moment’ for Hakoah

THE dream of a Jewish sporting and community centre is almost a reality after a development application (DA) was approved for Hakoah’s White City property this week.

Hakoah White City heritage issues not resolved

WOOLLAHRA Council has deferred any action on a new heritage report for White City for three months to allow the Hakoah board time to work through the issues.

Lowy: Give Hakoah board more time

HAKOAH life patron Frank Lowy has urged club members to give the current board more time to fulfil its vision for White City in a letter sent to Hakoah members

Hakoah shoots to triple crown

EASTERN Suburbs Hakoah Futsal Club claimed a spectacular sweep in season deciders on Saturday at Valentine Park, going three from three in Football NSW State League Futsal grand finals.

Hakoah AGM descends into stoush

TUESDAY night’s Hakoah meeting should have been a proud night for the board as it unveiled the plan for the White City site, which includes a full-sized football field, an aquatic centre, a new Hakoah club, an indoor sporting facility and a child-care centre.

Council urged to give Hakoah more time

WOOLLAHRA Council could significantly hamper any development of Hakoah’s White City site if it votes to heritage-list it on Monday night.

Hakoah explains rejection of JCA plan

HAKOAH has written to its members following calls for its board to resign over the handling of the White City site development.

Hakoah members have the right to decide

THE Hakoah board has come under fire from a former director after it convened a working party to explore development options for the organisation’s $13.5 million White City site and […]

Hakoah Club to be commemorated in Bondi

HAKOAH Club’s place in the history of Bondi will be forever secured with a commemorative plaque where its clubhouse stood for more than three decades.