Tel Aviv

Foreign Office warns UK tourists: don’t travel by bus in Tel Aviv

By Josh Jackman, January 30, 2015

The government has warned British tourists not to travel on buses in Tel Aviv.

The Foreign Office updated its travel advice concerning Israel on Friday morning, just over a week after a Palestinian terrorist stabbed 13 people on Tel Aviv’s number 40 bus.


London should become a tech Tel Aviv-on-Thames

By Daniel Taub, January 22, 2015

The story of most Jews in the UK, like those of many immigrants, began in East London. In the 19th century, Jewish immigrants fresh off the boat made their homes and businesses in the East End, near to both the trading hubs of the docks and the markets of the City.


Tel Aviv's Boris comes to City Hall

By Sandy Rashty, January 22, 2015

When Boris Johnson met Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai in London, the talk was of building trade ties, improving public transport and bicycles.

At a private meeting at City Hall, both men flagged the success of their respective cities' rent-a-bike schemes.


Multiple casualties after Tel Aviv stabbing spree

January 22, 2015

After a lull of a few weeks, terror attacks resumed in Israel on Wednesday morning when a Palestinian from the West Bank town of Tulkarm boarded a bus in central Tel Aviv and began stabbing the driver and passengers. Eleven commuters and the driver were wounded, four of them in a severe condition.


Games of Thrones is coming to Tel Aviv

By Josh Jackman, January 21, 2015

Become a Lannister, Stark, Targaryen, or Baratheon and make your move for the Iron Throne in the dramatic, deadly world of Westeros.

For Game of Thrones fans in Tel Aviv, this dream will become a reality when an interactive exhibition of the HBO adaptation arrives in the city during Pesach, from April 5 - 9.


WATCH: Rhinos escape Israel zoo as guard sleeps

By Sandy Rashty, January 16, 2015

Three female rhinos escaped from Israel’s safari zoo after a security guard fell asleep on the job.

The rhinos – named Rihanna, Keren Peles and Karnabella – made a run for it via the side gate at the zoo in Tel Aviv.

CCTV footage shows the rhinos making their escape before being chased by the guard. He was later fired.


Kardashians home in on Tel Aviv

By Sandy Rashty, January 8, 2015

She has made a name for herself on American reality TV show ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’.

Now, California-based Kourtney Kardashian is reportedly looking to buy a home in Israel.

According a report on Globes, Ms Kardashian and her partner, Scott Disick, are looking to buy a £20 million penthouse apartment in Tel Aviv, on the seafront.


Tel Aviv inspired to launch its own event

By Simon Rocker, December 23, 2014

One guest from abroad will be taking a particular interest in events at Warwick this year.

Israeli Tal Grunspan is chairman of the inaugural Limmud Tel Aviv, which is scheduled to take place over two days at a college in Jaffa next May.


Soldier critical after stab attack in Tel Aviv

By JCReporter, November 10, 2014

An IDF soldier has been stabbed near a train station in Tel Aviv in what Israeli police are describing as a terror attack.

The soldier, who is 20 years old according to initial reports, was taken to Sheba Medical Centre, Tel Hashomer, in a critical condition.

The attacker was arrested after a struggle with police. He is reportedly a Palestinian from Nablus who entered Israel illegally.


Letter From Tel Aviv: Embracing a very French revolution

By Jenni Frazer, August 29, 2014

"What IS she wearing?" Two Israeli girls, mouths open, heads craned, are sitting by the side of a deluxe swimming pool in Tel Aviv. The woman in question knows perfectly well that she is the subject of discussion. She smiles sleekly and preens herself. Her bikini is top-notch, her kaftan throw even notchier, and she sports the highest of heels.