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Snow-clearing trucks get ready for forecasted snowfall on Highway 14 on Thursday, Feb. 23.
The seven-day nationwide ban on the transport and slaughter of poultry to counter the recent avian influenza outbreak expires today at noon.
A greener flight
A China Southern Airlines A320 New Engine Option (neo) Airbus arrives on a runway in this undated photo.
This year's 26th Taipei International Machine Tool Show will be the biggest machine tool show anywhere in Taiwan, according to show organizers Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and the Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry.
The Financial Supervisory Committee (FSC) ruled on Thursday that an insurance company's refusal to compensate a victim's brother in last week's deadly bus crash was justified.
Blue tears, sorted
Matsu's "blue tears" are replicated and captured in this supplied photo. In a mesmerizing phenomenon known as "blue tears," the shores of Matsu County give off a blue twinkle at night.
President suggests identifying perpetrators in 228 Incident
President Tsai Ing-wen said Thursday that the government will take the lead in probing the 228 Incident and find those accountable for the tragic chapter in Taiwan's history.
Air quality fair except parts of central, southern Taiwan
The air quality was moderate to good around the country Thursday with the exception of parts of central Taiwan and the southern regions of Yunlin, Chiayi and Tainan, according to the Environmental Protection Administration's Taiwan Air Quality Monitoring Network.
New Taipei mayor expresses condolences after city official's apparent suicide
New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu on Thursday expressed his condolences after the apparent suicide of a local government official and urged prosecutors to quickly clarify the details of the case.
Freeway No. 5 could see worse traffic jams over holidays
Ahead of a four-day holiday, the Transportation Ministry's Taiwan National Freeway Bureau warned on Thursday that Freeway No. 5 would likely see the worst traffic jams.
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