tel arad

Uri Ariel
Ariel threatens not to run with Bayit Yehudi

Tekuma, the remaining remnant of the National Union alliance that remains in the Knesset, was given key slots on the Bayit Yehudi slate in last year's election.

By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
04/09/2014
Tel Aviv in the winter.
Israel scores poorly in WHO air pollution assessment

The WHO's Ambient (Outdoor) Air Pollution in Cities Database examines respirable particle levels for around 1,600 cities in 91 countries.

Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein (L) and FM Avigdor Liberman370
Analysis: The legal battle of the titans

Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein, the experienced head of the legal system, versus Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, the powerful leader of the Yisrael Beytenu political party.

MACCABI TEL AVIV coach David Blatt has had plenty of reasons to applaud
Sinai Says: Blatt’s latest Maccabi trick could be his most impressive yet

Rest assured that should Maccabi suffer defeat on Wednesday, the blame will be placed on Blatt.

23/04/2014
Tel Aviv skyline
You want housing prices to come down? Let City Hall have the VAT

This is no panacea. The municipalities will need to be supervised centrally, and there is state-level infrastructure in dire need of development.

By NOAM GRUBER
09/04/2014
Victim [Illustrative photo]
Man sentenced to 19 years in prison for raping disabled woman in TA

In the rape incident, man broke into victim's home and threatened to kill her if she did not allow him to rape her.

happy tel aviv
My Word: Fun with the flu

Time flies when you’re having fun; it does really weird things when you have the flu.

culture
Readers’ questions on sourdough

A follow up to last week's recipe.

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