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WAVERLEY COUNCIL has taken further steps to advance a planned upgrade of security infrastructure spanning Bondi Beach’s pedestrian promenade and mural wall, following a recent wave of antisemitic vandalism.
THE Coalition will invest $143,000 in enhanced CCTV at Bondi Beach to fight back against a recent spate of antisemitic graffiti if re-elected next month.
AFTER 12 years of frustration, Sydney's Russian-speaking Jewish community is in celebration after Friends of Refugees of Eastern Europe's (FREE) long-planned synagogue and community centre finally got the green light last week.
The atmosphere was electric at Moriah College on May 18, when the school's new 344-panel rooftop solar power system - officially the biggest in Waverley - was launched at a full school assembly by Coogee MP Bruce Notley-Smith, and later turned on.
FRIENDS of Refugees of Eastern Europe (FREE) are confident they will be able to build a synagogue on Wellington Street, Bondi, after a new development application (DA) was lodged with Waverley Council.
After 11 long years the Russian Jewish community in Bondi was frustrated by the lack of progress when it came to building their new synagogue.
FRIENDS of Refugees of Eastern Europe (FREE)’s development application for a new synagogue on Wellington Street has been refused by the Land and Environment Court due to security concerns.
A NEW synthetic football field was launched at Waverley Oval on Monday night (May 16). The new oval will be used by a host of sports clubs and teams, including Maccabi football clubs.
WAVERLEY Council has received the Multicultural Excellence Award from the NSW Public Libraries Association for its Jewish history exhibition, Eat Pray Naches: Jewish Community Stories.
AFTER months of intensive research, video interviews, compiling, editing and logistical planning, Waverley Council’s Eat, Pray, Naches exhibition launched yesterday.