Liverpool

Stapely's £100k appeal

By Jonathan Kalmus, August 19, 2011

Liverpool's Jewish care home is appealing for £100,000 to fund a desperately needed refurbishment to its Victorian premises. And leaders of the Stapely home are confident of having secured the long-term provision of care for the community.

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Merseyside police appoint first Jewish chaplain

By Jonathan Kalmus, July 29, 2011

Merseyside Police's chief constable has welcomed the force's first Jewish chaplain who may be called upon to support officers on traumatic crime scenes.

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King David bids farewell to old school

By Jonathan Kalmus, July 22, 2011

Pupils paid a fond and fun farewell to the King David schools campus on their last day before its demolition to make way for playing fields adjoining KD's new £25 million premises opening in September.

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Steinbergs go to court

By Marcus Dysch, July 15, 2011

The children of late bookmaking tycoon Lord Steinberg are taking legal action against the remains of his gambling empire following an alleged multi-million pound dispute.
Lord Steinberg's son Jonathan and daughter Lynne argue that their father had not pledged a £20 million guarantee to the Stanleybet company to fund a joint venture.

It is thought the money is needed by Stanleybet to support a

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JFS wins university challenge

By Simon Rocker, July 14, 2011

JFS is one of the country's top comprehensives in getting children into the leading British universities, according to a new study.
Two-thirds of JFS students gain a place at the top 30 universities, making it the seventh best comprehensive in a list published by educational charity the Sutton Trust.

King David High School Liverpool came 12th in the list with 57 per cent and the King David Hig

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£2m is sought for historic shul repairs

By Jonathan Kalmus, July 8, 2011

Jewish Heritage UK director Dr Sharman Kadish has launched a campaign to attract £2 million to restore crumbling historic synagogues and preserve them as national heritage sites.

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Heart doctor congregant is a life-saver in shul

By Jonathan Kalmus, June 24, 2011

Liverpool's leading heart specialist was a life-saver when a Childwall congregant's heart stopped beating during the Shabbat service.

Shul member Dr Stephen Saltissi - Royal Liverpool University Hospital's clinical cardiology director - was sitting two rows away when Childwall choirmaster David Coleman, 63, collapsed.

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Boot campers take a shine to fundraising

By Jonathan Kalmus, June 24, 2011

Fourteen men withstood the rigours of a boot camp in Liverpool to raise £6,000 towards research into a fatal genetic condition affecting a Jewish Manchester boy.

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Gold for Newman

June 23, 2011

Josh Newman took gold at the London Youth Games.

Representing Redbridge, Newman, 12, exacted revenge on two rivals, aged 17, who beat him last year, forcing them to settle for silver and bronze.

Leading after the set routine, Newman pulled away after the voluntary routine, winning by a healthy margin.

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