Wednesday, December 4, 2013
A district court will hear the case of Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng versus the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) for the first time Wednesday in a legal battle that could decide whether Wang can stay on as president of the Legislative Yuan.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) announced the implementation of its newly amended regulations regarding the manufacturing and marketing of gasohol, diesel and reclaimed oil yesterday.
The mathematics and reading abilities of Taiwanese students are improving, announced the National Science Council (NSC, 國科會) and the Ministry of Education (MOE, 教育部) yesterday, according to the outcome of local students' performances in the 2012 Program for
The Legislative Yuan on Tuesday confirmed Chang Po-ya (張博雅) as the head of the Central Election Commission (中選會), allowing her to remain on the job.
Several Taiwanese cities were recognized for their management of the local environment, at this year's International Awards for Liveable Communities (LivCom Awards) held in Xiamen, mainland China on Monday.
Temperatures around Taiwan could drop again starting Friday due to the arrival of a cold air mass from China, the Central Weather Bureau forecast yesterday.
The Executive Yuan yesterday denied reports that Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) lost his temper during a cross-departmental meeting about developing homegrown talent.1 Comment
China's top negotiator with Taiwan left for home Tuesday after concluding an eight-day visit of Taiwan that focused on visits to free trade pilot zones and issues related to cross-Taiwan Strait trade cooperation.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
A Tze-Chiang Limited Express experienced a malfunction which caused a 649-minute delay and affected 20 scheduled trains running between Taipei and Wanhua as well as over 10,000 passengers' commutes, the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) said yesterday.