All posts tagged Shane Desiatnik
Jeremy Fuchs is having a crack for the first time in the PGA Tour of Australasia Qualifying School stage one event, at Riverside Oaks from December 5-7.
In Sigal Bujman's 2017 documentary Vitch, Shani De Jesus and her two older sisters shed light on the extraordinary life of their late father Eddie, a talented Jewish artist who survived World War II by performing for the Nazi elite.
An expanded JNF Australia Educators' Study Tour of Israel of 68 teaching professionals from 20 schools across the nation – including two principals, three deputy principals and a large non-Jewish contingent – will see iconic Israeli sights and visit innovative and diverse schools from January 1-10.
The Maccabi Lakers somehow dug themselves out of an enormous hole deep into extra time to execute the king of comeback victories against UNSW Black in the Wilson Premier League season three decider on Monday night.
Sydney's Lara Kaplan has earned automatic qualification in singles and doubles for the 16&U Australian Tennis Championships, to be held at Melbourne Park from December 12-16.
Based in the USA since 2012, Australian 400m runner Steven Solomon has returned to live in his home city of Sydney - and he couldn't be happier.
Participants of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies' 2018 Journalists' Mission to Israel returned home last month mesmerised by Shabbat in Jerusalem and shocked by seeing rocket damage in Beersheba.
Sydney's Ashleigh Werner has successfully made her dream transition within Australia's women's bobsleigh squad, switching from brakeman to pilot in time for the North America Cup.
Maccabi golfing history was made late last month when NSW scraped home against Victoria in the inaugural Queen's Cup by winning the last hole on the final day.
Moriah College student Gidon Goodman, 15, and his mum Karen, officially launched the Gaucher Association of Australia and New Zealand as part of International Gaucher Awareness Month.