All posts tagged Joshua Levi

Weet-Bix off the menu

FOR several decades Aussie kids have been Weet-Bix kids, but not anymore for families that keep a kosher home. Sanitarium, which makes the breakfast cereal, has informed the Kashrut Authority

Hearing delayed

ALLEGED child sexual abuser Malka Leifer will face an Israeli court next Tuesday night (Australian time) to determine if she is fit and proper to face extradition proceedings to Australia.

Greens MLC slams pro-Israel Christian group

The NSW Greens claim a function for the Christian Friends of Israeli Communities is funding "illegal Israeli settlements" and that the parliament should reconsider hosting the organisation.

Sisters elated as Leifer arrested in Israel

Nicole Meyer said she almost fell off her bed when someone from the Israeli Ministry of Justice called her on Monday night and told her Malka Leifer had been arrested.

‘Stay out of the kitchen!’

THE Kashrut Authority (KA) has defended its decision to ban Shuk from using Our Big Kitchen (OBK), in the face of claims its policy is discriminatory.

KA-CK conflict heats up

COMMUNITY Kashrut (CK) has been slammed by its opposition, the Kashrut Authority (KA), but endorsed by a top kashrut agency in Israel, which the KA itself approves of.

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.

Massive increase from NSW Government

A CONCERTED effort by the community to access NSW government grants has seen a 200 per cent increase in the last 12 months.

Laffa to open by Pesach

ONE of Melbourne's top kosher restaurants will open in Bondi before Pesach. Laffa Bar, which has served the Melbourne Jewish community for more than a decade, is expected to open in Hall Street in Bondi. Owner Reuven Nahoom is in the final stages of talks with Glick's, to take over their lease and move into the property located between Hadassa Kosher Butchery and Katzy's.

Emanuel makes history with same-sex wedding

Jackie Stricker-Phelps had the Jewish wedding she always dreamed of last week when, for the first time since the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia, two women stood under a chuppah at the Emanuel Synagogue in Sydney.