The China Post
Israeli gas finds secure its self sufficiency, may lead to exports
Gas production from huge offshore deposits along its Mediterranean coast is enabling Israel to shift from costly and unreliable imports to a growing self-sufficiency and the potential to become an energy exporter.
Invasive beetle may cause trees to fall
Agriculture Ministry warns of falling trees due to infestation of the red palm weevil that consumes wood from the inside out.
Port reforms to begin with two tenders in July
Transportation Minister Katz announces 2 tenders for a private company to build a new port to be published on July 1. Transportation Minister Israel Katz revealed on Wednesday that after several years of planning, reforms to the nation's ports were finally underway, and that two tenders for a private company to build a new port would be published ... (more)
Mon May 13, 2013
Body of Israeli involved in Slovenia rafting accident found
Slovenian authorities on Monday located the body of Israeli tourist Avi Cohen, who drifted away during a rafting trip Sunday after his boat collided with a rock and capsized.
Wed May 08, 2013
The Times of Israel
Battling for budgets
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter at the premier's Tel Aviv office on Thursday.
Mon May 06, 2013
Syria on the mind at TA-area gas mask pickup center
A 39-year-old Givatayim mother pushing a month-old baby, said she dropped by pickup center because of news from Syria.
Wed May 01, 2013
The Code Project
A Coder Interview With Oren Eini
Welcome to our continuing series of Code Project interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Globe and Mail
Europe's coal renaissance and how to play it
ROB Insight is The Globe and Mail's exclusive feature led by a team of award-winning editors and writers who provide you with in-depth analysis on breaking business news and the issues that matter most.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
'Summer electricity reserve will be critically low'
Despite the influx of natural gas from the Tamar reservoir, the country is still likely to face an alarmingly low electricity reserve this summer, similar to that of last year, Israel Electric Corporation CEO and President Eli Glickman said on Wednesday.