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AFTER being rewarded for his good form for Chatswood Junior Rugby Club through selection to the Gordon Highlanders U14 boys’ rep team, Masada College student Zac McNeil and his side proved they are the best in NSW, winning the closest Junior Rugby State Championships grand final in recent memory in Orange earlier this month.
THE Moriah College family has lost a "revered friend and iconic educator" with the passing of Max Lemberg, college Rabbi Dr Aryeh Solomon said this week.
SYDNEY'S Jewish Remembrance Day service is always deeply moving, but it held even more resonance in its latest chapter at the Sydney Jewish Museum last Sunday – almost 100 years to the day since the guns fell silent at the end of World War I, and 95 years since General Sir John Monash officially opened the NSW Jewish War Memorial.
An ambitious 15-year-old Masada College student, Brad Neimann, is one of 69,383 students expected to complete their Higher School Certificate (HSC) this spring.
WORDS of comfort, love and support have been shared by family members, friends and colleagues of Masada College's former principal Wendy Barel, who passed away on Sunday, aged 65.
AFTER serving 12 years as principal of Masada College, and with the continued support of the community, Wendy Barel (pictured) is retiring at the end of this school term due to health challenges.
During a private members statement on April 11 at NSW Parliament House, Davidson MP Jonathan O'Dea, whose electorate takes in the northern Sydney suburb of St Ives, praised the work done by Jewish organisations in the wider community.
EMOTIONS ran high at UNSW's Clancy Auditorium as 800 people heard how Holocaust survivors built new homes and thrived in postwar Australia at the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies' Yom Hashoah commemorative event on Sunday.
"REBUILDING Lives" is the powerful theme for this year's NSW Jewish Board of Deputies' (JBOD) Yom Hashoah commemorative events.
WITH the cost of living in Sydney's east continuing to rise, seven Jewish organisations on the north shore have launched a new initiative that aims to attract young families over the bridge.