All posts tagged Harry Triguboff

Widening the Zionist conversation

WE must keep the Zionist ‘tent’ open, according to author and commentator Professor Gil Troy.

If I were a rich man …

FIVE out of the top 10 wealthiest people in Australia are Jewish, according to this year's Financial Review Rich List.

OBK kneads government’s dough

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull put his cooking skills to the test when announcing a $48,000 grant to upgrade Our Big Kitchen's (OBK) security system during a visit there last Friday, but the real star was his four-year-old grandson, Jack.

Triguboff’s 85th birthday

JEWISH businessman and philanthropist Harry Triguboff was the honoured guest and 85-year-old "birthday boy" at Yeshiva's gala dinner, attended by 850 people at Sydney's International Convention Centre on February 27.

Battle for Flood Street escalates

The war between the Feldman family, who previously ran Yeshiva in Bondi, and Rabbi Dovid Slavin, the new Yeshiva general manager, has exploded.

Court rules Feldmans out of Flood Street

A NSW Supreme Court judge has found "there is no factor which establishes a legitimate basis" for members of the Feldman family to remain at Yeshiva's property in Flood Street after their lease ended on Tuesday, earlier this week.

Judge finds for Triguboff

HARRY Triguboff had a huge win in the NSW Supreme Court this week when Justice Rowan Darke ruled that members of the Feldman family did not establish their "rights of possession or occupation" to Triguboff's property on Flood Street.

Yeshiva to remain in Flood Street until at least December

MEMBERS of the Feldman family have won a stay of execution and will remain in Yeshiva's Flood Street property until at least December 19.

Emanuel set for expansion

Emanuel School will begin construction later this month on a new three-storey building at its Randwick campus, including an expanded two-level Aron Kleinlehrer Jewish History Museum and a Centre for Innovation.

Feldmans stay . . . for now

The Feldman family will remain at Yeshiva’s Flood Street property for at least another week.