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Sunday, January 25, 2015
Taiwan -- Ximending shootings suspect arrested
Taipei police yesterday arrested Chen Fu-hsiang (陳福祥), who is suspected of committing a double murder in a Ximending parking garage earlier this month.
Premier Mao Chi-kuo yesterday said government officials must change their mentality to improve communication with netizens.
The ruling Kuomintang (KMT) is reportedly reshaping its organization to tighten ties between its elected officials and leaders of its local chapters.
Many citizens yesterday expressed support for keeping Taichung's much-criticized bus rapid transit (BRT) system during a public forum the city's transport authorities held yesterday.
Taiwan on Saturday began imposing another temporary ban on the killing of chickens, ducks and geese at the country's slaughterhouses for a second time in a month, as an avian influenza outbreak continues to affect more farms.
Taiwan -- On Fourth Nuclear Power Plant, Ko calls for cutting losses
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) yesterday called for cutting financial losses on the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant in Gongliao.
Another chicken farm in Taoyuan has been confirmed as infected with the H5 avian influenza, the city's quarantine authorities said Saturday.
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Investigators recently raided a hospital in northeastern Yilan County and questioned more than 30 suspects over their alleged involvement in cheating insurance firms for compensation and scamming the National Health Insurance (NHI) system by fabricating clinical histories, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) has announced.
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Passenger volume at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport grew by more than 11 percent in 2014 from the previous year, mainly because of the launch of new air routes last year, according to the management company.
The government will not accept a NT$3 billion donation offered by Ting Hsin International Group to promote food safety, Health Minister Chiang Been-huang said Saturday.
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