Housing cabinet approved by gov't, to be headed by Minister Goldknopf

The new committee will be granted broad powers to tackle the housing crisis in the country.

Jerusalem's Temple Mount should be accessible for those with disabilities

The Old City of Jerusalem is now accessible for wheelchairs. The Temple Mount and Mughrabi Bridge, however, remain untouched.


Ofer Ramat Aviv Mall in Tel Aviv undergoing NIS 120 million renovations

The total cost for the project to upgrade the visibility of the mall, add the third floor and expand the Zara store amounts to approximately NIS 120 million.

Have Emek Refaim residents given up fighting the new light rail?

The feeling is that the opportunity to avert the decree has passed, although there remains a hard nucleus of opponents who are not ready to give up.


Grapevine: Chelm in Jerusalem

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

This week in Jerusalem: We are the scouts

A weekly round-up of city affairs.


Goldknopf to Regev: End train-track construction work on Shabbat

Housing Minister Moshe Goldknopf asserted that the construction contradicts the coalition agreements signed between UTJ and the Likud.

How have some ancient Roman buildings survived for so long? -study

Researchers found that Roman engineers used hot mixing and quicklime for these structures.

Will Jerusalem be changed by a skyline of new high-rise towers?

Jerusalem is being filled with towers of different heights, and many residents are claiming that there is no serious debate regarding the need for these towers.

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