Upgrade on lottery for discounted housingMinisters Kahlon and Galant have changed the lottery to win discounted housing, in order to increase the chances of a win.
Ketchup, anyone?Finance and Health Ministers amend a bill on the official definition of ketchup, so as to increase competition on the ketchup market.
'Kahlon is striking investors on the head'Pending heavy taxation, real estate investors say they won't stop buying new apartments - but they won't be intent on selling them, either.
Approved unanimously: Biannual budget passedOn the cusp of calling new elections, the government has finally passed a new budget. Education Minister: Government truly values education.
Kahlon blocks Yesha fundingFinance Minister shuts down talks with Agriculture Ministry over funding for projects across Judea and Samaria.
Kahlon denies reports of Cabinet reshuffleFinance Minister insists there will be no change of ministries without Yoav Galant's full agreement
Kahlon proposes new apartment taxMonthly tax of 1,000 shekels per apartment to be levied. But who will end up flipping the bill?
Kahlon: We freeze construction, they murderFinance Minister Moshe Kahlon calls for renewed, widespread construction in Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria;'Terror won't uproot anyone'
Cabinet approves making bursa into a for-profitBill is aimed at reducing the bank's monopoly of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
Kahlon: 'Our economy is strong'Finance Minister assures cabinet of Israeli economy's readiness to deal with financial ripples caused by Brexit
Kahlon: In the end there will be two statesFinance Minister urges opposition leader Yitzhak Herzog to join the coalition, says a Palestinian state will ultimately be established.
Kahlon hints resumption of peace talks is imminentFinance Minister says rumors about resumption of Israel-PA talks hold more water than some think.
Herzog: 'Government in vision of prophet Marzel'Bitter Labor head says 'magician' Netanyahu 'made himself disappear' as 'radical right' takes over; calls for Kahlon to collapse government.
Ya'alon-Sa'ar-Kahlon alliance could beat LikudPoll finds that new party led by former top Likud ministers would win more seats in the next election than Likud.
'Gabay worked to improve our quality of life'Kulanu leader Moshe Kahlon thanks outgoing minister for service, promises to continue program to clean up Haifa.
Housing prices continue to riseReport reveals failures of Moshe Kahlon and Yair Lapid to lower housing costs.
'Israeli banks should not sponsor terrorism'Shurat Hadin warns Finance Minister over banks which refuse to sever ties with the PA.
Kahlon: Unity gov't good for economic stabilityFinance Minister insists unpopular unity idea best for the public, in order to further economic reforms under a stable government.
Sundays off in Israel?Minister of Finance supports new bill seeking to create an "extended weekend" once a month.
Israel's chametz has been soldIn official ceremony, Finance Minister gives Chief Rabbis authority to sell state's chametz to Abu Gosh resident.
Kahlon: BDS cannot winThe Finance Minister participated Monday in the opening of a new mall in Gush Etzion and met with the heads of the Yesha Council.
Kahlon: Herzog 'almost' joined gov'tRecently publicized investigation into campaign finances of opposition leader prevented unity government, claims Moshe Kahlon.
Housing Minister not trying to cut housing costsHousing Minister Yoav Galant and Kulanu party are changing goals from reducing cost of housing to providing apartments to young couples.
Report: Eli Yishai, Kahlon considering joint listHigh-level discussions reportedly taking place between former Shas chairman and Kulanu chief for possible joint run.
Kahlon: Conclude talks on American aid ASAPFinance Minister says Israel ought to conclude negotiations over a defense aid deal with the United States as soon as possible.
Knesset limits bankers' salariesNew law limits bank executives' salaries to 2.5 million shekels per year. Netanyahu accept, but doesn't want it to spread to other fields.
'Doesn't matter where, expel terrorists' families'Kulanu head Moshe Kahlon discusses terrorism, the Finance Ministry, the housing crisis and the 'Mikveh bill' with Arutz Sheva.
PA confirms economic talks with IsraelPA Finance Minister confirms he met Israeli counterpart Kahlon to discuss an economic agreement to boost the PA economy.
Report: Israel to assist PA economicallyKahlon reportedly putting together a series of economic measures to help alleviate the pressure on the Palestinian population.
Kahlon demands change in appointment of directorsFinance Minister slams governmental director appointments, saying ‘even Zuckerberg would be blocked since he lacks 15 years' experience.'
Where to, Naftali Bennett?The Jewish Home-National Union party is at a crossroads.
Kulanu will not join any other partyFinance Minister Kahlon tells Israeli TV that his party will run by itself in the next election.
S&P affirms A+ credit rating for IsraelStandard & Poor's affirms credit ratings for Israel, with a stable outlook. Finance Minister welcomes the announcement.
Price of public transportation to go downMinisters Kahlon and Deri make good on their promise to lower cost of public transportation and gas.
Poll: Kahlon plunges as Lapid regains powerIn battle of the center, Yesh Atid appears primed to become major Knesset power after next elections; Likud holds strong with 30 mandates.
Kahlon to resign from Knesset todayUtilizing the Mini-Norwegian Law, Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon will resign from Knesset allowing Akram Hassoun to take his seat.
Israel considers lowering cost of waterFinance Minister's proposal seeks to remove the VAT from the cost of water, cutting the price by 18 percent.
Kahlon and Barkat agree to avoid future cutsJerusalem city council and Finance Ministry formulate agreement to avoid future budget cuts and layoffs in the city.
Kahlon to resign from KnessetFinance Minister to step down as an MK while maintaining his ministerial post, allowing for another MK from Kulanu to join the Knesset.
Is the coalition headed towards another crisis?Kahlon and Bennett reportedly oppose Netanyahu's plan to appoint two more Likud ministers.
60,000 tons of vegetables to be imported tax freeFinance minister waves import tax to allow market to replenish, while focusing an extra tax break during the high demand holiday season.
Kahlon won't return to Likud, Sa'ar welcomeFinance Minister argues his centrist Kulanu party has a clear place on the political map and 'guarantees' he won't run with Likud.
Gov't, Jewish Agency sign 1B public housing deal2,650 public housing units to be built for Israel's poorest immigrants.
Kahlon denies discussing merge with LikudFinance Minister denies Kulanu is mulling a merge with the Likud, says the Likud's ideology is different than Kulanu's.
Sa'ar not an actor in Netanyahu 'puppet theater'Gideon Sa'ar hints he will make no play for Likud leadership in upcoming primaries, as Moshe Kahlon calls for the two to join forces.
Benefits to Jewish refugees from Arab landsIsraelis who fled anti-Semitism in North Africa and Iraq finally to be recognized under law, like Holocaust and Nazi regime survivors.
Gov approves 100 million for Jerusalem businessesProgram aims to develop business sector, support tourism industry, and strengthen city's academic standing.
Report: Netanyahu nixes sale of low-cost GolanReports Sunday said that Prime Minister Netanyahu had decided not to permit sale of low-cost Golan Telecom to Cellcom.
Protest: Kahlon has critically wounded JerusalemMayor, municipality block Knesset protesting Finance Minister's budget, which will see deep cuts in security, education and more.
Kahlon: I would 'step aside' to bring in HerzogIf Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu wishes to bring Yitzhak Herzog into his coalition, Moshe Kahlon would back him to the hilt.
Netanyahu, Finance Ministry Reduce VATIsrael's sales tax to drop by 1% for consumers and 1.5% for companies. PM: 'We chose to return the money to you, the citizens of Israel.'
Knesset Approves First Reading of 2015-2016 BudgetKnesset approves first reading of the Budget Law for 2015-2016. Opposition angry due to absence of PM and Finance Minister.
Public Approves of Bennett's PerformanceNew poll finds that most Israelis are satisfied with Education Minister's work, but not so much with Finance Minister Kahlon.
Analyst: Little Govt. Can Do to Spur EconomyBecause his coalition is so small, Binyamin Netanyahu's government doesn't have many options to promote the economy, said Moody's.
Fin. Ministry Looks for Solution to Economy SlumpFinance Minister Moshe Kahlon calls emergency meeting following CBS report on poor economic growth in second quarter 2015.
Edelstein: Coalition 'Could Change Soon'Prime Minister Netanyahu worked hard to put together his coalition - but it is likely to change, said Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein.
Kobi Kahlon Resigns from Jerusalem Municipality2nd-most powerful figure in J'lem municipality and brother of Kulanu chairman announces return to private sector after 'the 7 good years.'