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Separating revisions to the Electricity Act (電業法) into two stages would allow for more efficient production and would increase generation from renewables, Premier Lin Chuan said on Tuesday.
A majority of former military personnel found spying for China did so for money, women or due to threats of blackmail, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) said on Tuesday.
Typhoon Haima is expected to bring heavy rainfall to eastern Taiwan on Thursday and Friday although it will not hit the island directly, a meteorologist forecast Tuesday.
More legal study is needed on the issue of whether to grant a special pardon to former President Chen Shu-bian, a Presidential Office official said Tuesday.
Taiwanese working in cram schools reported the lowest average salaries, while those working in security and private investigation services worked the longest hours last year, according to figures published by the Taiwan Labour Front (台灣勞工陣線) on Monday.
Hsu Chih-hsiung faces questioning
Lawmakers peppered grand justice nominee Hsu Chih-hsiung with questions about his personal political views on Monday, with many saying they did not believe he could render fair decisions should he be appointed.
Additional tracks reopen at New Jersey's Hoboken Terminal
Rail service was fully restored Monday at a New Jersey transit station damaged last month when a train traveling more than twice the speed limit crashed, killing a woman on the platform and injuring more than 100 other people.
In a letter to company employees yesterday, China Airlines (CAL) Chairman Ho Nuan-hsuan (何煖軒) implored his staff to "be rational" and said he was watching out for the interests of company staff and shareholders.
Taiwan marks World Sight Day
Taiwan celebrated World Sight Day (2016世界視覺日) on Oct. 13, an international event organized in cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO) to raise awareness of sight-related problems.
In another personnel shake-up, the head of the Department of Cultural Affairs under the Taipei City Government has reportedly tendered her resignation, although such reports were denied by the city government after they erupted online Monday evening.
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