Three teens face assault charges
Friday, September 26, 2008
The Fed and Heathlands set to merge to create a new multi-million pound body.
Manchester's biggest social-welfare organisatio...
Forget the 'Jewish Princess' - three Londoners find themselves honoured as local royalty on charity trip.
Three London volunteers honoured as chiefs and ...
Hopkins reported to police over 'final solution' tweet
Rabbi brings tea to police after attack
Appeal for "calm and vigilance" after Manchester Arena explosion
Manchester attack: 'I feared the worst,' says father
Manchester - 'Silent sobs and stunned expressions'
The great pew survey: how comfy is your seat fo...
The JC this week launches a quest to find Britain's most comfortable synagogue seats.
Leicester’s antisemite should stay, says MP
Jewish parliamentarians and academic have dismissed criticism of a council for displaying a statue of a 13th-century earl considered an antisemite.
Duke is asked to save a piece of Jerusalem
The Duke of Edinburgh has been unwittingly drawn into a row over a piece of prime Jerusalem real estate.
Clore Duffield Foundation announces £93,000 gra...
The Clore Duffield Foundation today announced awards totalling £93,490 to support 12 regional Jewish projects.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
News in brief
Exclusive: Manchester welfare charities to merge
The two largest welfare charities in Manchester, the Fed and Heathlands Village, are set to merge, TheJC.com can reveal.
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Youths in court for Manchester Jewish attack
Three teens will appear in court this Thursday in connection with an attack on a Jewish man in a park.
United Synagogue welcomes Non-Orthodox unity plan
United Synagogue welcomes non-Orthodox leaders' call for greater partnership as "good news for the community".
Friday, September 19, 2008
Anger over Simcha date clash with Hackney Limmud
Zionist Federation: Simcha event had ‘double po...
Investigation into complaints over political leafleting at Simcha on the Square.
Orthodox delight as government relaxes planning...
Charedi community welcome relaxed government rules on loft conversions and extensions.
Legal red tape keeps missing children in UK
Michal Levertov And Marcus Dysch
Ofcom set to rule on ‘Weekend Nazis’ doc
Media watchdog will rule in next two months on complaint about Nazi-uniform-wearing-war-games enthusiasts.
Cambridge falls out over mikveh plans
Plans to build first ritual bath in Cambridge causes rift among charity trustees supporting it.
High votes against Israeli-Palestinian peace po...
Rabbinical council gives green light to lay eul...
New guidelines allowing lay people to speak at funerals to be introduced "in the next few weeks".
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