Posts Tagged ‘Sydney’

Police Prohibits Sydney Taxis, Rideshares From Taking People to CBD Amid Potential Protests

Australian police have prohibited taxis, rideshares, and passenger services from driving people to Sydney’s CBD on Saturday, in an effort to stop people from attending any anti-lockdown protests. New South Wales (NSW) Police and the military are seeking to enforce the NSW government’s strict lockdown rules. The prohibited zone will be in force from 9 […]

Sydney COVID-19 Outbreak Declared a ‘National Emergency’

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has said the Delta variant outbreak of the CCP virus in Sydney had become a “national emergency.” This comes as the number of COVID-19 cases in Sydney rose again in the 24 hour period to 136, with one man dying from COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese […]

Sydney Residents Told Not to ‘Engage in Conversation’ Amid Lockdown

The chief health officer of the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) has told residents not to talk to one another outside of the home amid a strict lockdown in Sydney. “Whilst it is human nature to engage in conversation with others, to be friendly, unfortunately, this is not the time to do that,” […]

Greater Sydney Lockdown: The Least-Worst Option?

Commentary Loss of liberty is the price now being paid by the people of New South Wales (NSW) for the State Premier Gladys Berejikian’s decision to eradicate the Delta variant of COVID-19 currently raging through the community. Freedoms we took for granted until very recently have suddenly been snatched away, in a situation in which […]

Sydney Australia Enters Total Lockdown to Over A Few Dozen Cases of ‘Delta Variant’ Virus

    Four major Australian cities imposed strict restrictions on Tuesday, amid an outbreak of infections linked to the Delta strain of Covid-19, putting 10 million residents into lockdown in Brisbane, Darwin, Perth, and Sydney. Perth began a four-day snap lockdown from midnight on Tuesday, while Brisbane will start a three-day stay-at-home order from Tuesday […]

Sydney goes into lockdown as Delta variant surges

Sydney and some surrounding areas entered a two-week lockdown on Saturday as authorities struggle to control an outbreak of the highly infectious Delta Covid-19 variant. More than one million residents will be impacted by the new restrictions which stretch out to the eastern suburbs, including Bondi Beach. Health authorities have become increasingly concerned in recent […]

Sydney Mask Mandate Extended as Delta Variant Cluster Increases

The New South Wales (NSW) state government has extended its mandate to wear masks while on public transport and in most indoor settings for another week after 10 new locally-acquired cases of the Delta strain of the CCP virus were reported. The new public health mandate will be in effect until midnight on June 30. […]

COVID Restrictions Across Australia’s Sydney to Lift

Coronavirus-related restrictions across Greater Sydney will ease from Monday, with NSW again recording zero new locally-acquired virus cases. The zero new local cases in the 24 hours to 8 p.m. on Saturday came from more than 12,200 tests, while three new cases were uncovered in hotel quarantine. As a result, NSW Health said in a […]

Limmud-Oz returns to Sydney

Browse > Home / News / Limmud-Oz returns to Sydney May 9, 2021 by Community newsdesk Read on for article Limmud Oz, Sydney’s Jewish festival of ideas and culture, is back next month. Limmud Oz 2021 is an immersive, two-day event featuring all aspects of Jewish learning, in which everyone can be a student, and […]

Sydney Opera House Bedecked in Greek Flag for Greek Bicentennial

The Sydney Opera House was the scene of a jaw-dropping display of the Greek flag on Thursday evening as the sails of the building were illuminated in the Blue and White for the Greek bicentennial. Credit: Nick Papas/@PapasFilmPhotography A spectacular scene unfolded this evening at Australia’s iconic Sydney Opera House as the white “sails” of […]

Sydney Says People Can Dance Again As Locally Acquired COVID-19 Cases Fall To 0

SYDNEY ― On Monday, for the first time in a year, Sydneysiders can dance. The state of New South Wales said it would dramatically relax COVID-19 restrictions next week, a landmark move as officials said large swaths of quarantine and frontline workers had been vaccinated. “With no community transmission and our quarantine and frontline workers […]

Jewish, Muslim, Christian children team up to help Sydney flooding

A Jewish-run community kitchen in Sydney played host this week to an interfaith effort to combat the effects of historic floods that have pummeled the southeast coast of Australia. Jewish, Muslim and Christian schoolchildren gathered at Our Big Kitchen to cook food and biscuits for frontline workers and victims of the flooding, the worst for […]

Australia: Hundreds rescued as severe floods hit Sydney and the New South Wales coast

Australia’s most populous state of New South Wales (NSW) on Sunday issued more evacuation orders following the worst flooding in decades. The NSW State Emergency Services responded to 640 calls for help on Saturday night, including 66 for flood rescues. New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian said hundreds of people have been rescued from the […]

Heavy rain forces parts of Sydney, Australia to evacuate

 People in parts of Sydney’s northwest were ordered to flee their houses in the middle of the night as heavy rains continued to batter Australia’s east coast on Sunday with fast-moving waters causing widespread destruction throughout the region. Flooding risk and evacuation warnings were in place for about 12 areas in New South Wales (NSW), […]

Bluebeard’s Castle to be performed in Sydney for the first time

Booming bass-baritone Daniel Sumegi will assume the role of the treacherous Bluebeard. Known for his powerful performances, his recent engagements with Opera Australia include Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg and the 2016 Ring Cycle. Sumegi will bring his dramatic timing and resonating tones to the role, drawing on his wealth of experience to give another unforgettable […]

First Jewish Open Day for Sydney’s Rookwood Cemetery

February 24, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for article Sydney’s Rookwood General Cemetery is inviting the Jewish community on-site for an Open Day designed as an opportunity to learn a bit about Rookwood, from their 150+ year history to their operations. Rookwood General Cemetery has held many open days for the Sydney community; however, […]

Michael Klinger heading to Sydney

Browse > Home / News / Michael Klinger heading to Sydney February 10, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for article Former Melbourne Renegades’ coach Michael Klinger is moving to Sydney to take on the job of coaching the NSW Men’s cricket side. Michael and Cindy Klinger with their three children Photo: Facebook The former […]

Peter Freedman donates $5 million to the Sydney Festival

Browse > Home / News / Peter Freedman donates $5 million to the Sydney Festival January 14, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for article Founder and Chairman of RØDE microphones Peter Freedman has made a record-breaking $5 million donation to the Sydney Festival as part of a renewed commitment as the principal philanthropic partner […]

The ‘Israel’ Lobby at the University of Sydney

By Tim Anderson – The American Herald Tribune Documents released under freedom of information law show that an ‘Israeli’ organization has, over many years, privately contributed millions of dollars to the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences [FASS]. A sub-branch of the ‘Israeli’ World Zionist Organization [the Fund for Jewish Higher Education] […]

Survivor talks at the Sydney Jewish Museum resume

December 23, 2020 by Community newsdesk Read on for article Talks by Holocaust survivors will resume in the Sydney Jewish Museum over the summer period. Survivors will give ticketed talks on Tuesdays and Thursdays in December and January as well as survivors on the floor of the museum talking to visitors on Wednesdays in January. Survivor […]

Sydney’s CBD Menorah

Browse > Home / News / Sydney’s CBD Menorah December 17, 2020 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for article Chabad Youth NSW hosted the Giant-Menorah lighting ceremony joining the Sydney community in celebrating Chanukah, the Festival of Lights. Rabbi Elimelech Levy and Rabbi Danny Yaffe light the menorah Pic: Noel Kessel During the event, tribute […]

JCA initiative to address falling figures in Jewish day schools in Sydney

Browse > Home / News / JCA initiative to address falling figures in Jewish day schools in Sydney December 17, 2020 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for article JCA has announced an unprecedented community-wide initiative to secure the future of Jewish Day School Education in NSW.   Two key issues have been identified that will […]

Chanukah arrives at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo

December 10, 2020 by A J-Wire community service announcement Read on for article Jewish House & JNF NSW have partnered up with Taronga Zoo in Sydney to produce an exciting family day out in celebration of Chanukah, this Sunday, 13th December. The two community organisations have created a full day of fun for families, including […]

Twitter Continues to Collude with Coup Plotters, Censors Sydney Powell’s 104-page Criminal Complaint Alleging Election Fraud

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Sydney To Open Lockdown-Themed Amusement Park For New Zealanders Who Want The Full Melbourne Experience | The Shovel

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During the 1980s, three mysterious ads in the Sydney Herald foretold Australia’s current micro chipping of its citizens

Revisiting this… on topic right now with the impending tracing Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch From NaturalNews late last year: “Your body is no longer yours: Australia has become the first country to microchip its citizens You may not have noticed, but there are two kinds of countries in the world these days: Dictatorships led by […]

Toxic water from old Boral mine entering Sydney’s drinking catchment

Toxic water from old Boral mine entering Sydney’s drinking catchment, research warns By Greg Miskelly Posted 21 Aug 2017, 6:13am Photo: The team found pollution has increased since the mine ceased production in 2013. (ABC News: Greg Miskelly) Map: Berrima 2577 Millions of litres of highly toxic water is escaping from a derelict coal mine […]

Ice Age comes to Sydney: Russian baby mammoth gets warm welcome down under

Lyuba is no stranger to lengthy tours, but it is her first known trip Down Under. The rare, exceptionally well-preserved example of the Ice Age species was found in Russia’s Urals 10 years ago, and has since starred at numerous exhibitions around the globe. Unveiled in Sydney on Friday, Luyba will be the main attraction […]

Jewish Streets of Sydney’s Kings Cross

Jewish Streets of Sydney’s Kings Cross Sodom and Gomorrah in today’s Jewish life Home / Lively tale in streets of Kings Cross Lively tale in streets of Kings Cross December 16, 2009 Uncategorized Author Mark Dapin in Sydney’s Kings Cross. Photo: Ingrid Shakenovsky BOOK REVIEW: RAPH BROUS King Of The Cross By Mark Dapin, Pan […]

Sydney Airport false flag Terror Attack by Jewish Government

Sydney Airport false flag Terror Attack by Jewish Government   Nothing to see here folks. Just another false flag (staged) terror attack by your criminal Jewish Australian Government, known as the jew world order. Warning more Fake News: Terror raids Sydney: four men plotted to blow up plane, PM says Four arrested in terror raids […]

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