Eilat train route approved, as green groups oppose
The Chinese, French and Spanish governments are interested in being involved in the project.
By GLOBES, AMIRAM BARKAT
Jordanian tribes offered chance to gain power in municipal elections
More than a thousand municipal council representatives and 106 mayors are to be elected.
By ADAM NICKY/THE MEDIA LINE
Attorney General: 'Bibi Tours' does not warrant full criminal investigation
n 2013, the state comptroller announced he would investigate the financial controversies surrounding Netanyahu, as well as other public officials, relating to their foreign trips.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Alternatively Speaking: Flying away
Alternative medicine expert Natalie Marx answers your questions related to flying: Can you suggest any homeopathic remedies that can help me overcome a fear of flying?
By NATALIE MARX
Tour Israel: Lost cities, sunburn and Australian war memorials
The sites around Nitzana, including Kadesh Barnea winery (now called Ramat Hanegev), is testament to the layers of history here.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Let’s hit the beach!
Israel is home to a multitude of fantastic beaches. Here are five of my favorites.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Back from the bedrock
The Weizmann Institute introduces dinosaurs to the 21st Century through realistic, interactive exhibition.
By ALLIE SHAFRAN
Acre through the ages
Perched by the seaside, the scenic city has an abundance of historical, well-preserved sites and so much to do.
By Barry Davis
India’s living evidence of Jewish pride and honor
A visit to Kochi finds a small Jewish community intent on keeping their heritage alive.
By BEN G. FRANK SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST