All posts tagged Shane Desiatnik
Holocaust survivor George Winston, 84, has been named the 2019 Blue Mountains Citizen of the Year by the city’s mayor, Mark Greenhill.
Sydney's Ashleigh Werner has led her Australian women's bobsleigh team to second place overall at the end of the North America Cup in Calgary.
Ryan Blumberg's dream of developing into an elite-level football player is continuing to come true - the only change is the continent he is pursuing it on.
Jewish talent was on show for both Hakoah Eastern Suburbs and the Mascot Vipers at the biggest event on the Futsal NSW calendar - the Premier League 1 finals series on January 19 and 20.
Six organisations spanning the medical spheres of research, education and health care are the latest recipients of Wolper Jewish Hospital Health Foundation grants worth a total of $85,000.
Noemie Fox returned to Sydney from Tasmania's Brady Whitewater Course last week with several Canoe Slalom National Championships medals around her neck.
Israeli karate kid Sela Elmaliah - who has family in Australia - won a gold medal at the World Budo Karate Children's Championships in Lithuania.
There are big plans for the biggest annual Jewish sport and social event for youth on the community calendar - the Maccabi Junior Carnival - which begins in Sydney on January 15.
Hakoah is turning heads with its success on debut in Premier League 1, with five of its teams remaining in contention for the finals with just one round left.
Blind or vision impaired Australians now have access to the world's most advanced wearable assistive vision technology, produced by Israeli firm Orcam.