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Could you already be a multimillionaire? Check your receipts
Could you be sitting on unclaimed prize money from store receipts? Better hurry up and check.
 
Health and Welfare Minister Chen Shih-chung (陳時中) said Wednesday that he will lead a delegation to Geneva at the time of the World Health Assembly (WHA) meeting and will protest Taiwan's exclusion from this year's 10-day conference.
 
Man who allegedly stole Benz hubcaps arrested
A 41-year-old man surnamed Hsu was arrested for allegedly engaging in the theft of over 150 Mercedes Benz hubcaps on Monday.
 
Fiji is closing its representative office in Taipei
Officials from Fiji have cleared out of their representative office in Taipei, which the South Pacific island nation is shutting down, Kuomintang Legislator Lu Shiow-yen revealed Wednesday.
 
Fire breaks out at Taipei movie theater; no casualties reported
A fire broke out at a movie theater in the bustling Ximending area of Taipei Wednesday afternoon, with no casualties reported, Taipei City Fire Department said that day.
 
Taiwanese police investigated 417 cases of violent crime from January to April this year, down 22.35 percent from the same period last year, according to statistics compiled by the National Police Agency (NPA) and released on Tuesday.
 
The number of workers on unpaid leave in Taiwan in the first half of May fell to a low of almost six years at a time when the local economy is showing signs of improvement, the Ministry of Labor (MOL) said Tuesday.
 
Visitors to Taiwan in the first quarter of 2017 numbered 2.53 million, a 9.99 percent drop compared with the first three months of last year, the Tourism Bureau said on Monday.
 
Taiwanese band Mayday's album leads Golden Melody nominees
Taiwanese rock band Mayday's (五月天) album "History of Tomorrow" (自傳) leads this year's nominees for Golden Melody Awards, Taiwan's equivalent of the Grammys, with eight nominations, including Best Mandarin Album, the jury announced Tuesday.
 
Annual Wan An drill to be held in northern Taiwan Thursday
The annual Wan An air raid drill for northern Taiwan will take place on Thursday, and streets will be evacuated to allow for disaster prevention drills, air-raid siren tests and traffic control.
 
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