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Realtor accused of fraud
Police officers escort a clerk from the Taiwan Cooperative Bank (合作金庫) to custody in Taipei for investigation over alleged fraud on Monday, April 17.
The China Post to go paperless on May 15
George Hsieh (謝國樑), chairman and publisher of The China Post, announced during a press conference on Sunday that the 65 year-old newspaper would print its last paper edition on May 15, after which it would transition to an all-digital news platform.
Orchid Island ferry service abruptly shutters
HAWA (恆春興蘭海運公司), a passenger ship company serving the Hengchun Township-Orchid Island route, shut down operations with no prior warning, according to local media reports on Sunday.
From the ashes of Uber, illegal cabs enjoy revival
Uber Taiwan, after four years of illegal operations, suspended operations on Feb. 10 in the face of mounting government fines.
Defense Ministry unveils cast for military drama
The Ministry of National Defense (MND, 國防部) announced Sunday the lead actors and actresses for the ministry-produced Taiwanese drama based on the smash-hit Korean television series "Descendants of the Sun," according to local media.
Taiwan's Tai Tzu-ying wins Singapore Open championship
Taiwan's Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎), the world's top-ranked women's badminton player, beat second-ranked Carolina Marin of Spain Sunday to win the 2017 World BWF Super Series Singapore Open Badminton Championship.
Confidence in local economy continues to improve: survey
Confidence in Taiwan's economy has continued to improve as data points to stable recovery, according to a monthly survey conducted by Cathay Financial Holding Co.
Public hearing on infrastructure "war of words" venue: Ko
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je heaped scorn on a government-sponsored public hearing on its infrastructure plans, saying it had descended into a war of words between the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and New Taipei Mayor Eric Chu, Monday.
"China Taipei" designation unacceptable: MAC
The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Monday called "completely unacceptable" Beijing's labelling of a Taiwanese table tennis team competing at a tournament in Jiangsu "China Taipei" (中國台北).
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