Mayor Barkat's Absence ExploitedJerusalem Municipality inspectors made measurements at Jewish building slated for sealing, allegedly taking advantage of Mayor Barkat's absence.
Barkat: PM Protected JerusalemMayor of Jewish capital says 'we will continue to build in its eastern and western sides.' Netanyahu is back in Israel.
’50,000 New Homes, Not 1,600'The US and the Arab world are upset about Israel’s plans for 1,600 homes for Jews in the capital. The mayor says the number is closer to 50,000.
Govt Disinterest in JerusalemA senior Jerusalem city official says the government has shown apathy when it comes to projects aimed at keeping the city unified.
'Please Rent Your Jerusalem Apt"Mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat asked foreign residents with apartments in the city to rent them out to young families and students.
Quarterly Audits for JerusalemMayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat requested that the City Comptroller begin using quarterly reports to address various issues pertaining to the city.
Int'l Race in Jerusalem in 2011“We will bring an international marathon to Jerusalem in 2011," vowed Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat after participating in the New York race Sunday.
Barkat for Nat'l-Religious RabbiJerusalem Mayor Barkat tells Supreme Court that hareidi-religious power in the city rabbinate should be weakened in favor of religious Zionists.
No Police in Eastern JlemJerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat admits that Israeli police do not enforce the law in Arab neighborhoods of the city.
Hareidis Attack Mayor BarkatHareidi-religious extremists threw surrounded the car carrying Nir Barkat, Mayor of Jerusalem, and pelted it with rocks.
No Services for J'lem HareidimJerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat has cut city services to the hareidi-religious neighborhoods of Mea Shearim and Geula due to riots.
Likud MK Sees Kadima CollapseKadima claims 50 mayoral victories but MK Eitan says many of the winners were actually unaffiliated and even "ashamed" of their Kadima ties.
J'lem Mayoral Candidates DebateIssues addressed at the Jerusalem mayoral debate included affordable housing, jobs, Arab terrorism and driving on Shabbat.