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The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) took centre stage last week. Rebecca Davis reports on the Jewish players.
Today is International Women's Day. Rebecca Davis and Sophie Deutsch celebrate a few remarkable women of the community.
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.
Excitement is building for the 2019 Maccabi Junior Carnival to be hosted by Sydney from January 15-22, with 300 young Jewish athletes already signed up to participate. Registrations close soon.
The lack of structural communal leadership in Melbourne is a major stumbling block to reducing the cost of Jewish education.
Descendants of Australian Light Horsemen who served in Palestine joined NSW Special Minister of State Anthony Roberts, Reserve Forces Day Council (RFDC) members – and even a NSW Mounted Police Unit horse recently renamed "Beersheba" – at the unveiling of a plaque in Sydney on October 31 commemorating the Charge of Beersheba.
Through the kindness of strangers, toddler Francine Lazarus was able to survive World War II, and recounted her amazing story to Yael Brender.
SHOAH survivor turned tycoon Sir Frank Lowy expressed his pride this week at receiving a prestigious royal honour.
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.”
MORE than 300 local and international comedians will perform in this year’s Sydney Comedy Festival, which gets under way at venues around Sydney on April 24.