All posts tagged Josh Frydenberg

Just Josh

Treasurer, deputy Liberal leader and top Jew in the country Josh Frydenberg shares a more personal side of his life with Rebecca Davis.

$10 million for the JHC

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

Australia, Israel sign ‘long-awaited’ tax treaty

A NEW tax treaty signed late last month between Australia and Israel will "definitely improve cross-border investment and trade opportunities", the head of banking and finance at one of Israel's most prominent law firms says.

Australia’s newest tax treaty – good for business

ON March 28, the governments of Australia and Israel signed a tax treaty. This is a key milestone in the relationship between the two countries, write Dr Niv Tadmore and Lauren Moses. 

Frydenberg targeted by antisemitic vandals

TREASURER Josh Frydenberg has labelled those responsible for vandalising his election campaign posters with antisemitic graffiti as "cowards".

Disqualified!

THE International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has stripped Malaysia of the right to host the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships.

Australia’s Israel embassy dilemma

MPs and government agencies have received a letter and fact sheet from the Zionist Federation of Australia (ZFA) about moving Australia's Israel embassy to undisputed West Jerusalem, as debate about Canberra's position swirls around the government, opposition and regional neighbours.

Leaders greet security funding

JEWISH community leaders have lauded Prime Minister Scott Morrison's confirmation, reported in last week's AJN, that Beth Weizmann Community Centre will finally get its much-needed federal government funding – as part of round two of the Safer Communities Fund scheme, under which Jewish institutions across Australia received a total of $4.1 million. 

‘Israel support to continue’

AUSTRALIA'S new Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne will continue to support the State of Israel, according to Liberal deputy leader Josh Frydenberg.

Josh Hashanah

WHEN Malcolm Turnbull addressed the media on Thursday afternoon last week, the thought of becoming deputy leader of the Liberal Party hadn't even crossed Josh Frydenberg's mind.