All posts tagged Phoebe Roth

Buchenwald Boys’ message of vigilance remains strong

The Buchenwald Boys and their families came together in Melbourne on Sunday, April 8 to commemorate and celebrate the 73rd anniversary of their liberation.

Teenager left wounded after callous attack

A 16-year-old boy from the community is recovering after he and three friends were caught up in a frightening attack on Jasper Road in Bentleigh last Thursday night (January 12).

Creating helping hands

A biomedicine and engineering student at Monash University is using 3D printing to create prosthetic hands for children who have physical disabilities.

Bialik College tops state

Bialik College’s remarkable VCE results have earned the school first place in Victoria for 2016 based on median, and percentage of study, scores over 40.

Top class VCE results

As ATAR scores were released in Victoria on Monday, December 12, it became apparent that Melbourne’s Jewish day schools produced extraordinary results.

107-year-old Melbourne Jew Esther Friedman

Our oldest Jew?

For Melbourne's Esther Friedman, who has just turned 107, the key to her longevity is simply not to give it too much thought.

Firm friends at ZFA

Federal Minister Mitch Fifield confirmed he's a staunch supporter of Israel and Jews when delivering the keynote speech at ZFA's 2016 biennial conference.

Melbourne and Sydney set for Mitzvah Day

Jewish Australians are gearing up to cook, collect, and come together for a variety of worthy causes in celebration of Mitzvah Day on Sunday, November 27.

Interfaith mentoring for Somali students

A Muslim-Jewish Somali graduate mentoring program, called Iftiin, has been launched at Parliament House in Victoria.

A sensational Shabbat

More than 15,000 people from across NSW were among an estimated one million people around Australia and the world who took part in the Shabbat Project this year.