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April 27, 2017

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'The gov't is at fault for tainted eggs'
An egg wholesaler Friday questioned the food authorities' decision to seal off his warehouse over alleged dioxins contamination, accusing the government of failing to monitor the sources of the carcinogen chemicals, which experts say are created during industrial production.
Don't drink raw milk, health authorities warn
Dairy cattle in Chiayi were confirmed this week to have been infected with bovine tuberculosis. Disease control authorities said Friday that there was a risk of cow-to-human transmission if a consumer drinks unsterilized milk, but that there was no cause for concern because all milk on the market must be sterilized.
6 Kuomintang chairman candidates confirmed
The candidate ballot sheet numbers in the Kuomintang (KMT) chairperson election were finalized Friday, as the six applicants became eligible candidates after it was confirmed that they had all acquired enough valid signatures from party members.
Honda launches its affordable HondaJet in Taiwan
Honda Aircraft Co. officially launched its lightweight-jet -- the HondaJet -- in Taiwan on Friday. The aircraft is aimed to appeal to businesspeople who want a quick means of jetsetting across the region.
Meet good dogs: These two were abandoned in a garbage dump
These two tiny puppies have had a very rough start in life.
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Food review: Katsu Black Curry at Tonghua Night Market
The rich, unmistakable smell of curry rice lures you down the alleyway to this restaurant and one bite of the black curry gets you hooked.
Carriers are bemoaning an "impossible" demand from the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA, 民航局), Taiwan's authority for aviation safety, saying even with their most advanced equipment they don't have the capacity to conduct on-duty alcohol tests on hundreds of pilots during peak travel times.
Diplomat didn't call Maori king 'useless': lawmaker
A diplomat accused of calling the leader of New Zealand's Maori community "useless" has rejected the claim, a lawmaker said Friday.
A festive Taichung Mazu International Festival
Of all the Mazu-worshiping ceremonies and related religious activities worldwide, none is as boisterous and popular as Central Taiwan's iconic and distinctly Taiwanese procession.
The Archive: On May 13, 1960, we reported on the 'new' cross-island highway
We delve into a random edition from way back in CP's 65-year history. This week: Friday, May 13, 1960
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