All posts tagged Shane Desiatnik

Biran rings bell on inequality

ISRAELI Labour Party MK Michal Biran raised the issues of rising inequality and the unresolved Israeli–Palestinian conflict as key challenges facing Israel today.

Katz brothers’ judo journey

JUDO’S Katz brothers, who represented Australia at the Olympic Games in Rio last year, are edging towards top 20 world rankings as they prepare for the 2017 world championships.

Boys deliver at Victorian championships

A TRIO of Jewish teens who’ve trained together for a decade achieved outstanding results at the Victorian Artistic Gymnastics Championships held on the June long weekend – rising above their own expectations.

Segal unlocks Middle East puzzle

WITH a topic as complex and rapidly changing as ‘The New Middle East and Why it Matters’, leading geopolitics and terrorism expert Hagai Segal began by saying, “I could talk about this for the next seven hours.”

Opposites tackle peace puzzle

TWO high profile Israeli guests from opposite sides of the political spectrum will tackle the question ‘One State or Two States?’

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Garvan-Weizmann Centre takes shape

Rapid progress is being made on the multi-million dollar Garvan-Weizmann Centre for Cellular Genomics, set to open in August in Sydney.

Harkov to headline Limmud-Oz

THE Jerusalem Post’s senior Knesset reporter, Lahav Harkov, will present a behind-the-scenes presentation about Israeli politics in Sydney and Melbourne next month.

Ronai family inscribed on Welcome Wall

Michael Ronai was the guest speaker on Sunday (May 7) when 364 names were added to the Australian National Maritime Museum’s Migrant Welcome Wall, which pays tribute to people who arrived in Australia by boat.

Water polo’s Sharp shooter

Rising Jewish junior water polo player Matthew Sharp's success on the national stage continued late last month when he contributed strongly to his UNSW West Magpies team's bronze medal win.

Taking stock of Israeli tech

A milestone week for Australian–Israeli business relations began with a six-strong Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) delegation visiting Israel, and ended on Israel’s Independence Day (May 2) with Mobilicom becoming the 14th Israeli company to list on the ASX.