Minister Livnat Announces Her RetirementLikud Cultural and Sports Minister Limor Livnat announces retirement from 23-year political career when term ends.
Tirosh In, Hasson Out as MKs Change JobsRonit Tirosh is again a Knesset member for Kadima, replacing the outgoing Yisrael Hasson, who is taking a government job.
Arab Soccer Team Honors Traitor Ex-MKForeign Minister Liberman and Sport Minister Livnat condemn Bnei Sakhnin soccer club for honoring former MK Azmi Bishara.
Livnat: Samaria Defends Us, Deserves 'the Best'Sport and Culture Minister Limor Livnat praised residents of Samaria, and declared that they were essential to Israel's security.
Likud MK: Despite Criticism Coalition Gov't StableCriticism on the right of how the Prime Minister handled the Gaza war is nothing more than political rhetoric, says Limor Livnat.
Israel and Germany Form Stolen Nazi Art PactMinisters establish joint research to help return Jewish-owned art stolen by Nazis to its rightful owners.
'Palestine' Soccer Player Uses Position for HamasSport Minister writes to FIFA, calls for condemnation of reports that player met Hamas terrorist abroad, got money and messages.
'Separate But Equal is Not Equal'Ministers Limor Livnat and Tzipi Livni propose bill to hold ministers responsible for women's rights in their respective departments.
MK Ahmed Tibi Accused of Abusing Knesset PositionAhmed Tibi rails against Culture Minister, accuses her of 'incitement' during Knesset debate.
Livnat on Boycotts: Time to Return FireMinister Livnat on fighting fire with fire when it comes to anti-Israel boycotts, and what PA refusal to recognize Israel means for peace.
Livnat: 'Fear Has Won' in Snub of Ariel ZilberMinister of Culture Limor Livnat blasts ACUM over decision to revoke Ariel Zilber's prize.
Independence Day 2014: Focus on WomenAll torch honorees to be female as committee decides to focus on women’s contribution to the country.
Livnat: Ensure IDF Women's RightsMinister Limor Livnat is worried that the influx of hareidi recruits into the IDF could cause tensions with women serving in the army.
‘China Interested in Israeli Culture’Livnat meets Chinese ambassador, notes growing interest in Israeli culture.
Minister Slams General for ‘Shameful’ ResponseMinister Livnat has harsh words for IDF Major-General who called her nephew’s murder a ‘shooting incident.’
Livnat Removes Sports ReporterCulture and Sport Minister Limor Livnat removed a sports reporter from a press conference after the two got into a shouting match.
Livnat: Their Only Goal was to Murder JewsLikud Minister reacts to the capture of her nephew’s murderers.
Livnat: Israel Can Hold its Head HighMinister Limor Livnat says ‘complicated’ Israel has much to be proud of.
Likud Debate over ‘Undemocratic’ Primaries SystemLocal leaders join Limor Livnat, say Likud’s primaries system is ‘undemocratic.’ Judea and Samaria representatives unconvinced.
Yesha Museums to Finally get Government FundingCulture and Sport Minister Limor Livnat announced that her Ministry would supply funds for museums in Judea and Samaria
Livnat: End ‘Cultural Freeze’ in Judea, Samaria‘Tel Aviv is set, it’s time to worry about Judea and Samaria,’ Culture Minister says as Samaria celebrates new Bible-era historic site.
Protesters Disrupt Israeli Dance Performance in UKAnti-Israel protesters disrupted performances by the Batsheva Dance Company, which was performing at the Edinburgh International Festival.
Netanyahu Hosts Israel’s Paralympic HopefulsAs Olympic team returns, Paralympic athletes prepare for their events. Netanyahu, ‘You are already champions.’
Livnat: We Can't be Silent in the Face of TerrorCulture & Sports Minister Limor Livnat speaks at a memorial ceremony in London for the 11 athletes who were murdered in Munich.
Livnat Plans to Observe Moment of SilenceMinister Limor Livnat to stand up during the opening ceremony of the Olympics in memory of the Israeli athletes who were murdered in Munich.
Discounts on New Books to be IllegalMinisterial committee approves legislation forbidding changing the price of new books for 18 months.
Netanayhu to Gelfand: We're Going to Support ChessBoris Gelfand, who finished in second place in the World Chess Championship, returned to Israel and met Netanyahu and Livnat.
‘No one may call another human being a cancer!”MK Ben Eliezer charges government responsible for illegal immigration crisis; Minister Livnat: you sat in this government for 2 years!
Ministers Threaten to Override Supreme CourtThe sixteen year power-struggle between the Knesset and Supreme Court over judicial decisions may come to a head in Beit El.
Livnat Says Barak Does not Want Jews in HevronBarak does not want Jews in Hevron, Livnat charged Tuesday morning after his refusal to stop the expulsion of 15 Jewish families.
Livnat: For Some Zionism has Become a 'Dirty Word'Minister Livnat expressed dismay that many believe 'Zionism' is a dirty word after artitsts complain over a Zionist art contest.
Shechem Terror Victim Out DangerThe “mortally wounded” Jew who was shot at Joseph’s Tomb - no longer in mortal danger. Ben Yosef Livnat's family began sitting shiva Monday night.
PM Demands 'Severe Steps'After remaining silent on Sunday, PM Netanyahu demands PA officials take 'severe steps' against the murderer of Ben Yosef Livnat.
Feminists Try to Dupe LivnatMinister Livnat thought she was backing appointment of a woman to the Turkel Committee until she discovered she was aiding a radical leftist move.
Slanted View of Jewish JerusalemIsrael Museum’s renewed $100 million campus displays a "commonality of cultures" that dilutes the Jewish connection with Jerusalem.
Livnat 'Sad' over Ajami FilmArab co-director of the film 'Ajami' told Channel 2 that the Israeli-funded Oscar nominee 'is not Israeli and does not represent Israel'.
Livnat Doesn't Envy NetanyahuMinister Limor Livnat told Likud activists she doesn't envy the prime minister and that he is under heavy pressure from the US administration.
Livnat Fighting ‘TV Big Brother’Israeli television 'is lower than low,' says Culture Minister Livnat. She also said she is balancing anti-Zionist events without being a censor.
Livnat: It’s a Woman’s WorldLikud Minister Limor Livnat said women were a rarity when she entered politics. “Now it’s a woman’s world,” she stated on Woman’s Day.
Livnat Sorry for DisengagementMinister Limor Livnat apologized Thursday for the Disengagement, saying she was “deeply sorry” for voting in favor of the measure.