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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.
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.
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.
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.
Jewish Scouts welcomed NSW Governor David Hurley to a moving communal Anzac Day service at the Sydney Jewish Museum on April 30.
Photographer Larnce Gold instantly knew he’d captured a powerful bird’s eye image of Holocaust remembrance at Bondi Beach just after dawn.
A section devoted to telling the stories of some of the almost 1600 Australian Jewish men and women who served in the Great War is being included in the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience, which will be on at Sydney’s International Convention Centre from April 15-27.
NSW Opposition leader Luke Foley has challenged Premier Gladys Berejiklian to “rule out” a Liberal–One Nation preference deal ahead of the next state election.
Jewish Anzacs, the most comprehensive book detailing the lives and remarkable stories of mateship, sacrifice and valour of Jews who served in the Australian military, hit bookshops across the country on April 1.
A volunteer organisation chaired by Holocaust survivor Ernie Friedlander has won the top prize – the Stepan Kerkyasharian Harmony Award Medal – at the 2017 Premier’s Harmony Dinner.