All posts tagged Yael Brender

Glick’s gives Coles the flick

GLICK’S products won’t be available at Coles stores anymore because the companies couldn’t come to a financial arrangement that both sides were comfortable with.

‘I want an apology before I die’

More than seven decades after his liberation, Holocaust survivor Eddy Boas has written his memoirs. He shares his story with Yael Brender. 

Australia’s epic futsal comeback

AUSTRALIA pulled off a miraculous last-minute victory over Brazil on July 10 to qualify for the futsal finals at the Maccabiah Games and keep their hopes of a medal alive. 

A child survivor’s story

Through the kindness of strangers, toddler Francine Lazarus was able to survive World War II, and recounted her amazing story to Yael Brender.

Ladies lunch for a worthy cause

“WE all like to think that we put the ‘fun’ in ‘fundraising’,” Aqua Group member Margaret McNiven told The AJN this week.

Changing of the NCJWA guard

FORMER AJN Canberra correspondent Sylvia Deutsch and Sydney’s Victoria Nadel were jointly appointed to lead the National Council of Jewish Women of Australia (NCJWA) at the organisation’s annual plenary in Canberra this week.

Stroll’s podium finish

"IT'S a dream come true," said 18-year-old Jewish Canadian Formula 1 driver Lance Stroll, who took third place at the Grand Prix in Azerbaijan last weekend.

Australia reaches finals of Asia Pacific champs

AFTER five wins and one loss during the tournament, the Australian lacrosse team faced Japan in the grand finals of the 2017 Under-23 Asia Pacific (ASPAC) Lacrosse Championships in South Korea over the weekend.

Husky headed for musical heights

Popular indie band Husky has drawn on new inspirations, including a year living in Berlin, to deliver an exciting new experimental album which has just been released. Yael Brender reports.

Goldilocks and the three Orthodoxies

"I AM attracted to both men and women. What do I do?” Steve Greenberg asked Israeli Charedi Rabbi Yoseph Eliashuv.