Jewish Auckland

Cohen, David
December 2006
Metro (NZ);Dec2006, Issue 306, p72
The article presents information related to the Jewish community in Auckland, New Zealand. The community has found itself discountenanced by changing demographics and the sudden prominence of Jewish-related matters in the recent years. Also, most Aucklanders do not know that city's most innovative child support initiatives originated in Israel.


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