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April 27, 2017

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Lin Jin-guei (林金貴), who was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2010 for the 2007 murder of Kaohsiung taxi driver Wang Ren-fong (王人鋒), was granted a retrial by the Kaohsiung Branch Court of the Taiwan High Court on Wednesday after new evidence was introduced. Lin is currently in Tainan Prison.
Airport MRT offering buy-one-get-one-free deal for all-day passes
Come and get it!
Local millennials seethe over accusations of laziness
They have been labeled lazy, unproductive, overly protected and spoiled, not to mention uncompetitive in the job market, not having enough children and not buying homes.
More foreign interns wanted: gov't
The Cabinet passed a draft bill Thursday that paves a path for not just foreign students but also fresh overseas graduates to take up internships in Taiwan.
'Come and work here'
To encourage more foreign talent to work in Taiwan, the Cabinet passed a draft bill Thursday that would significantly relax restrictions and improve the working environment for foreign professionals in Taiwan.
NT$400 million to fix Dome rust: Farglory
The latest inspection of the unfinished Taipei Dome found that half of its 2 million component parts were rusted, according to a statement from Farglory Group (遠雄集團) on Thursday.
Locals eyeing ASEAN for work: job bank poll
Job opportunities for locals in ASEAN countries are growing at a rapid rate as an increasing number of Taiwanese businesses look to expand into the region, 104 Job Bank said Thursday.
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Friday April 21, 2017.
Government to raise tax on cigarettes by NT$20 per pack
The price of cigarettes is set to increase by NT$20 (US$0.6) per pack later this year after the Legislature passed the third and final reading of an amendment to the Tobacco and Alcohol Tax on Friday, with the additional revenue to be earmarked for the country's long-term medical care program.
6 hopefuls confirmed as eligible candidates in KMT chairmanship race
All six applicants to contest the chairmanship of the opposition Kuomintang scheduled for May 20 became official candidates on Friday, after they were confirmed to have submitted enough valid signatures from party members to take part in the race.
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