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Thousands of women gather in Tel Aviv in support of hostages in Gaza

The relatives of those held by Hamas ‘live with a timer now that’s always on’.

Three wounded in Tel Aviv terror attack after protests

One of the victims is in critical condition, while the other two sustained serious and moderate wounds.

Fear and passion at Israel’s democracy protests

EETTA PRINCE-GIBSON discusses Israel's protest shutdown and ITTAY FLESCHER captures images of the accompanying demonstrations.

Up there, Shalev: Israeli Aussie Rules team has made its mark

NOMI KALTMANN talks to the captain of the Tel Aviv Cheetahs and finds out how Australian footy got a foothold in the Middle East.

Tel Aviv municipality attacked for using school maps showing 1967 borders

The Education Ministry demands municipality takes down unapproved maps it gave to schools.

‘Darling, bring your husband next time’

SHARON OFFENBERGER savours the LGBTI party in Tel Aviv that celebrated something rare in the Middle East - unadulterated freedom

The world’s most expensive city? Paris? New York? No, it’s Tel Aviv

Mayor warns the city ‘is heading toward an explosion’ and calls on the government to take responsibility for lowering real estate prices

Doco chronicles Oscar and Ilan’s 50 years of love and struggle for acceptance

PAULA TOWERS: The filmmaker who videoed their wedding in Sydney in 2018 was inspired to make a film about their life story; it premieres at the Tel Aviv LGBT film fest next week.

Summer days at the beach in Israel and Gaza

Two Pulitzer Prize-winning photographers, one Israeli and one Palestinian, work on a joint project to show life on beaches in Tel Aviv and Gaza City, just 70 km apart

Tel Aviv dog owners must now register their dog’s DNA with municipality

Officials calculate that 500kg of dog poo is not picked up from the street every month

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