All posts tagged Rabbi Yehoshua Smukler

Moriah’s new principal

RABBI Yehoshua Smukler is returning to Moriah College, where he previously held teaching and administrative roles, to take up the role of principal in ­mid-2019.

From Beth Rivkah to Bondi

RABBI Yehoshua Smukler will leave Melbourne’s Yeshivah-Beth Rivkah Colleges next year to become the new principal of Moriah College, replacing the departing John Hamey. Rabbi Smukler will continue in his

A turning point for Yeshivah?

YESHIVAH publicly has finally apologised to child sexual abuse victims advocate Menachem Vorchheimer and in the same week has revealed that several letters alleging child sexual abuse, which were handed to police, were "simply frivolous and/or malicious".

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.

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.

Yeshiva, Chabad boards urged to take action

The new boards of Yeshivah-Beth Rivkah Schools Ltd and Chabad Institutions Victoria Ltd were urged this week to “act decisively" in relation to the findings of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

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Yeshivah elections chaotic

The Yeshivah-Beth Rivkah Schools Limited election is quickly descending into chaos after three candidates nominated for the board dropped out.

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Yeshivah slammed over response to victims slur

Yeshiva leaders have sparked fury by vehemently defending a rabbi who came under fire in an email exchange but not victims of child sexual abuse.

Community rallies for ‘a true mensch’

THE wife of Yitzchak Rosen, who died on Monday after a tragic accident while on holiday on the Mornington Peninsula, has thanked the community for its unbelievable outpouring of support.

VCE success for Jewish schools

AS Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) scores were released on Monday morning, it became apparent that Melbourne’s Jewish schools were once again among the top of the class.