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Jewish driver set for F1 debut

Jewish Canadian Lance Stroll has become the second-youngest driver in the history of the sport to make his race debut on the Formula One stage.

A second chance at life

It’s now been four years since Lederberger lost both of her legs, but speaking to The AJN last week, she says she is “a better version of myself”.

Nazi posters in Melbourne

Anti-Semitic and racist posters have been stuck on walls in Melbourne this week by a group claiming to be “Australia’s only National Socialist Youth organisation”.

Bibi bound for US but Australia trip still planned

AFTER less than 48 hours in his new job, Donald Trump rushed to invite Israel’s Prime Minister to the White House.

Community mourns ‘happy and bubbly’ Thalia

THE Jewish community is in mourning following the death of 10-year-old Thalia Hakin, who was killed in Friday’s car ramming attack in Melbourne.

Melbourne’s latest crop of leaders

TWELVE months of hard work has paid off for the 2016 graduates of the Diller Teen Fellows program.

All set for Shabbat Project 2016

THE Shabbat Project will be back next month with new and improved offerings designed to engage the Melbourne Jewish community in a global celebration of Shabbat.

Speaking for millions who perished

Guta Goldstein, an Auschwitz survivor from Melbourne, has been touring New Zealand to share her harrowing story with thousands of students.


Accolade for Mexico consul

HONORARY consul of Mexico in Melbourne, David Aarons, described himself as “a proud Melburnian and Victorian” after being awarded Mexico’s highest accolade to ­foreigners.

Limmud spirit rocks Melbourne

With more than 160 sessions over three days and across two venues, this year’s Limmud Oz in Melbourne explored almost every facet of Jewish life in Australia, Israel and the world.