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“PURE elation” was how Sydney FC’s A-League and National Youth League football manager Michael Swibel described the moment he and head coach Steve Corica embraced on the pitch following the Sky Blues’ 4-1 penalty shootout A-League grand final win against favourites Perth Glory.
AUSTRALIANS Ilan Kidron, Lior and Deborah Conway have joined over 100 other entertainment industry identities to reject calls for a boycott of next week's Eurovision Song Contest.
An eclectic festival celebrating Jewish music through the ages, the Shir Madness Jewish Music Festival returns next month as a mega line-up of musicians take to a new venue in Emanuel Synagogue's recently renovated premises. Sophie Deutsch reports.
TRIBUTES have been paid to film director, producer, actress, singer and songwriter Samantha Rebillet, who died tragically at the age of 45 last week.
MORE than $200,000 was raised for Chabad North Shore at its annual gala dinner at Curzon Hall last week, headlined by Tony Abbott.
IT began with the wailing of sirens and continued in the yearning strains of singer Ilan Kidron’s beautiful rendition of Vu Ahin Zol ikh Geyn?/Where Shall I Go?, a song written by a Polish Jew who perished in the gas chambers of Auschwitz.
THE power of the written word to explore and reflect on the tragedy of the Holocaust and its ongoing legacy runs through Lily Brett’s veins.
Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrations for Israel's 66th birthday rocked Australia this week.
THE Potbelleez stormed onto the Australian music scene with their infectious single Don’t Hold Back in 2007. Proclaimed at the time by Rolling Stone to be the fastest-rising stars on