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Package is 60% less expensive than current market prices, Cellcom says.
The cabinet hopes to increase competition with local retailers, and thus bring down prices.
Food loss has social, environmental and economic consequences, such as an inability to use such food for the purpose of feeding the needy according to the comptroller.
By SHARON UDASIN
Up until 2009- 2010, most of the housing units being built in Israel formed part of low-rise buildings of one to four stories, despite being one of the most urbanized countries.
By YAIR ASSAF-SHAPIRA
The rising standard of living, alongside global warming, has transformed air conditioners from a luxury item into a product that is essential for surviving the long, hot Israeli summer.
By LIOR REGEV
Government finally recognizes Israel is too expensive for many tourists.
By Gil Stern Stern ZOHAR
Established three years ago, B’Shutaf, a local cooperative, has opened a store in the Clal Center.
By PEGGY CIDOR
At 800 meters above sea level, Arnona’s selling points are its topography, rural ambience and location.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Why do corruption allegations unify Likudniks rather than repel them? And why do such charges not have enough of an impact on the general public to sway an election?
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
Two times in as many weeks, hundreds of demonstrators in Tel Aviv donned yellow vests to oppose increases in the price of electricity, water and food, as well as to dismantle the power of monopolies.
By EYTAN HALON
"The Israeli government must discuss this crisis at its next meeting on Sunday, and decide to put an end to the price increases before all the country burns," said protest leader Shai Cohen.
Plenty of Israelis, especially young families, live in modest spaces for a variety of economic and ideological purposes.
By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
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