Barry Toberman is the associate editor (community and news features) of the Jewish Chronicle.
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Georgian heritage with a modern Scottish flavour in the heart of Edinburgh
100-year-olds are Channel 4's new star presenters
Jewish Care members have been introducing programmes to mark centenary of women being granted the vote
Kosher wine and spirits are on the up - and we'll drink to that
Central London food and drink experience attracts record crowd and exhibitors
Care home's scathing report from watchdog
Donisthorpe Hall is graded inadequate in terms of being well led and as requiring improvement in all other inspection categories
Boxing nights raise cash and questions
Men-only events are a source of income for many communal charities.
Max Head Room - Jami plans more cafés
The success of the Golders Green 'sip, shop and share' enterprise has prompted efforts to open others in key locations
Resident sings praises of Nightingale at £1.25m fundraiser
The story of Ann Rowe moves supporters of residential care charity
Arkush tells critics why he supported Trump over Jerusalem
Jonathan Arkush is accused of being 'wildly out of step' - but is also praised - as he explains to deputies the reasons he spoke in favour of the Trump statement on Jerusalem
Aberdeen is flooded with support
The Dee Street shul building, which flooded in September last year, is set to reopen in March
Just the job for over-50s
Charity is showing older job-seekers the way back into paid work
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