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DETAILED plans to build a $40-45 million Jewish community centre at White City will be submitted to Woollahra Council next month.
The anticipated phase one cost to redevelop Hakoah Club’s White City site into a major sport, community and function centre will fall from $60 million to just $35 million under a revised plan to be lodged at council within months.
MACCABI’s Grade 3 team was valiant in its grand final defeat to a Carmelite side stacked with ex-Grade 1 players on Saturday at Dendy Park.
WOOLLAHRA Council could significantly hamper any development of Hakoah’s White City site if it votes to heritage-list it on Monday night.
THE family of Paul Arber is grieving this week as the body of the missing Melbourne tennis coach was flown home from New Zealand for a funeral at the Chevra Kadisha cemetery in Lyndhurst on Sunday.
THE Maccabi Tennis Club has honoured its best and brightest stars at its recent Annual General Meeting, recognising the efforts of players at both junior and senior level.
ZVI Schweitzer has again been chosen to represent Australia at the Inas World Tennis Championships in Rakovnik in the Czech Republic, a tournament for players with a disability.
VETERAN tennis player Joel Fredman took out his second Victorian Jewish Tennis Championship on the weekend, defeating fellow stalwart Stephen Sharp 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the final.
MACCABI’S Grade 1 tennis side has ended its four-week undefeated run, with a narrow loss to Grace Park on the weekend.
MACCABI Tennis Club’s top pennant team continued its winning streak at the weekend, defeating Hepner Indoor (Geelong) 3-7-42 to 0-1-17 in the Tennis Victoria quarter-finals.