All posts tagged Shane Desiatnik

Joy for Jay at Sydney FC

Talented teenager Jay Hirschowitz finished his first season as a Sydney FC Academy player with 29 appearances for the powerhouse club’s U16s side, which was crowned NSW Premier League Youth premiership winners late last month.

‘Big potential’ for Australia–Israel space projects

IT seems even the sky won't be the limit for closer Australia–Israel ties.

Rifkin’s impressive debut in Holland

Daniel Rifkin nailed a personal best time on debut at the ITU Triathlon Age Group World Championships in Holland last month.

Fox fightback at canoe slalom Worlds

Sydney's Jessica Fox won gold in the women's K1 (single kayak) at the Canoe Slalom World Championships in France last weekend, by a margin of more than four seconds.

Building bridges with Hadassah

DEVELOPING collaborations and fostering student exchanges will be top of mind for Hadassah Hospital's head of research and development, Professor Eyal Mishani, during his four-week Australian visit which begins this week thanks to Hadassah Australia.

Strong showing at aerobic gymnastics nationals

Deborah Greenbaum from NSW and Taya Bergman from Victoria excelled at the 2017 Aerobic Gymnastics National Championships in Bendigo from September 20-24.

From Japan with love

YOLA Center and Liz Sapir have no memory of the moment because they were only toddlers at the time, but they know they owe their lives to the actions of then Japanese consul-general in Kaunas, Lithuania, Chiune-Sempo Sugihara.

Shai starts on a high

SHAI Zarivatch – the successor to Ethy Levy as Israel's Trade Commissioner to Australia and New Zealand – said he is "excited about the potential" to further advance already strong Israel-Australia business and investment ties.

Girls shine in NSW State League finals

Eight Jewish players represented the University of NSW in the Football NSW Women's State League grand finals last Sunday, with the U15s team enjoying a hard-fought 1-0 win over Parramatta FC

Channelling her courage for charity

It was 2:30am, pitch black and the water was barely 16 degrees when Sydney mother of three Rachelle Silver set off to swim across the English Channel to raise funds for Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia.