Surprise strike hits Israel's courtsEmployees of the judicial system announce a strike affecting courts across the country.
Driving testers' strike comes to an endJerusalem labor court temporarily bars privatization plans in Transportation Ministry, orders testers back to work.
Driving instructors block TA-Jerusalem highwayAs the nation's driving testers remain on strike for two months, instructors are fighting back with a unique road closure.
Driving test strike: 30 thousand tests cancelledAccording to the Ministry of Transportation, 29,400 driving test have been cancelled as a result of the driving testers' strike.
Teacher's Union to strike until 10 a.m. WednesdayIn junior high as well as high schools, teachers who are part of the teacher's union will strike due to unfulfilled promises.
Egged strike averted at the last momentHistadrut and Egged management agree that drivers' wages will increase, thus averting a strike.
Ben Gurion to shut down tomorrow as strike beginsNationwide public sector strike could spoil travel plans for thousands of Christian pilgrims heading to the Holy Land for Christmas.
Public sector strike to begin Wednesday morningChairman of the Histadrut labor union declares a strike which will include ‘millions of employees who struggle to make ends meet’
‘Superbus’ on strike ThursdayAll normal operating lines will be halted Thursday from 4 a.m. to midnight affecting both Emerkim and Jerusalem routes.
Union: 'Mother of all strikes' to raise wagesHalf of Israelis don't even earn enough to require them to pay taxes - and that has to change, says the Histadrut.
Campaign to Keep Arab Pro-Terror Stores ClosedArab citizens of Israel declare strike to protest in support of terror; in response, 'shaming' campaign calls to share photos of the stores.
Jerusalem Threatens School ShutdownMunicipality and teachers' organizations warn they need budget for full-day security - or else they won't hold classes starting Thursday.
Jerusalem Light Rail on StrikeEmployees, Histadrut accuse Light Rail management of 'bullying tactics'; Egged to increase bus service for the strike's duration.
Port Strike: 'Israel Loses By the Hour'Port workers in Haifa and Ashdod will continue strike on Thursday despite court order to return to work.
Arad: Mass Protest on Lack of Employment in SouthHundreds of factory and municipal workers take to the central square bringing southern city to standstill over work shortages.
Could Gas Price Jump Affect Elections?After four straight months of falling gasoline prices, the party appears to be over for Israeli drivers. Will it affect how they vote?
Egged to Strike MondayCommuters who travel by bus in much of Israel will have to find another way to get around Monday, as Egged goes on strike for a day.
Israel's Second Largest Bus Company on StrikeTens of thousands of Israelis were without rides Thursday, as over 1,800 drivers for the Kavim bus company went on strike.
'Angel' May Strike; Bread Supply Could Dry UpBread could be in short supply in Israel within a few weeks, as the Histadrut took the first step to declaring a strike at Angel Bakeries
Arab Sector Strikes, Fumes at Aharonovich'Solidarity strike' for eliminated terrorist in Arab sector; Arabs - like Jews - blame Aharonovich for security spiraling out of control.
Unions Warn of Strike Against State CompaniesHistadrut announced industrial disputes with 11 government companies, in response to a Monday announcement on privatization.
Ben Gurion Workers May Go on Strike AgainWorkers at Ben Gurion Airport are gearing up for another strike, fearing they will be on the hook for a huge royalty payment.
Court Staff to Strike TuesdayLegal services to stop in law offices, as well as some mail service, to push fledgling postal workers' strike toward a compromise.
Expect Long Delays: Ben Gurion Goes on StrikeAirports Authority workers decided that Thursday morning is the right time for a wildcat strike.
Ben Gurion Airport to Strike for 3 Hours Thurs.Move in solidarity with postal workers' strike could damage the Israeli economy, leave travelers stranded.
Gush Etzion Head: We Deserve Mail Like Tel AvivGush Etzion residents are not second-class citizens, said Davidi Perl - and a mail strike causing them suffering must be resolved.
Channel One Off the Air, May Stay Off for AwhileThe Israel Broadcasting Authority went off the air Monday, in protest of a plan to close it down next year.
Budget Cuts? Hebrew University Students Fight BackProtests erupt on Mount Scopus campus after Humanities department cuts funds for second time in three years.
Notable Progress Made to Save Hadassah HospitalDoctors, the state, and hospital management reach understanding on a potential final deal to end ongoing labor dispute.
El Al Pilots' Strike EndsEl Al management reaches agreement with pilots that brings an end to strike.
Doctors Turn Down Hadassah DealDoctors reject a deal to try and put Hadassah Ein Kerem's bankrupt budget under control - practically guaranteeing new strikes.
Postal Workers in Central Israel go on StrikeMail will not be delivered in Tel Aviv and central Israel, in protest of planned streamlining.
Ashdod Port Workers Find More Reasons to Slow WorkAshdod Port workers have decided they don't want to unload certain kinds of ships - and management is furious.
Physical Therapy Students Across Israel on StrikeThreatened with joblessness, students from one of Israel's most highly sought-after degrees push back.
Driver's License Bureau to Strike ThursdayLabor dispute between Bureau, Ministry of Transportation stalls; employees respond by closing offices all day Thursday.
Hadassah Strike to Continue, May Get WorseMeeting between employees and management ends with no results. Hadassah employees threaten further strike action.
FM Workers ‘Wish PM Would Get Involved’ in DisputeForeign Ministry workers say they wish the prime minister would get involved in the current dispute that has affected embassies worldwide.
Ministry To Israelis Abroad: Try Chabad for HelpIsraeli diplomatic institutions abroad are all but shut down due to a strike. Consulates won't help Israelis, but Chabad will
Foreign Ministry Workers Block Visas in SlowdownForeign ministry workers refuse to carry out consular functions around the world, due to a dispute over wages and working conditions.
Union: Airport Workers to Strike Before Taking CutThere could be trouble down the road for travelers who use Ben Gurion Airport, both for flights and for cargo shipments
Ya'alon: Israel Not Getting Involved in Syrian WarIsrael is not getting involved in Syria's civil war, Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said.
BBC Journalists Go On StrikeBBC journalists began a 24-hour strike in protest of compulsory redundancies, causing possible disruption to the broadcaster's output.
PM: Only US Attack Can Halt Iranian ProgramNetanyahu: Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear facilities could cause "significant damage" but only a US attack could halt operations.
Bus Strike Will Leave 152,000 Kids StrandedDrivers of New York's yellow school buses plan to go on strike Wednesday, leaving 152,000 children without transportation.
Nurses Back to Work, But Can State Afford Them?Israel's nurses were back at work Thursday morning, after a lengthy strike by nurses was settled with a new work agreement.
Qatari PM Condemns Israel's 'Vicious Attack'Qatari Prime Minister warns that Israel's retaliatory strikes on terrorists in the Gaza Strip must not go unpunished.
Court Orders Ma'ariv Employees Back to WorkAn Israeli court ordered employees of the daily newspaper Ma'ariv to end their strike and return to work Wednesday afternoon.
Egg Producers: Pay Us More, Or We'll Break ThemWithin days, they Israelis will begin to notice a shortage of eggs due to a strike called by egg producers.
Cottage Cheese to Return as Workers Freeze StrikeWorkers at dairy giant Tnuva have called a temporary stop to sanctions, allowing for delivery of cottage cheese before Passover.
Strike Ends. Israel Goes Back to NormalThe Histadrut national Labor Union announced ,shortly before 9 a.m. Sunday, an agreement with the government to end the strike.
Fifth Day of Strike: Bus Service LimitedGeneral strike, Day 5: Garbage piles up, Egged reduces bus service, but trains are running and planes are flying.
Report: Two Sides Compromise in Strike DealBoth the Histadrut and the Treasury gave up some ground in order to make a deal to end the two day general strike Thursday, reports said.
Prepare for General Strike and Hope for the BestIsrael may face another general strike Wednesday morning barring a last-minute solution. Flights from Ben Gurion Airport will be grounded.
National Labor Strike Set for WednesdayThe Histadrut Labor Federation has set a general strike on Wednesday after the National Labor Court lifted an injunction imposed last week.
Local Councils Suspend Strike for 45 DaysLocal towns and cities reached end the two-day-old strike that left garbage piling up and motorists free to park without fear of fines.
Israeli Cities on Strike against GovernmentIsrael’s major cities and more than 250 towns and local councils are on strike. Schools open. No garbage collection; no parking tickets.
Treasury, Medical Residents Reach CompromiseIs the crisis in Israel's hospitals coming to an end? The medical residents and the Treasury have reached compromises.