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Murder of mother tied to huge credit card bill
Details have emerged in a case involving a couple detained by authorities on suspicion of murdering two victims in order to collect insurance payments, yesterday.
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A body found in the central county of Nantou could be that of a well known mountain climber who has been missing for more than a month, but the news was still pending confirmation by his family, local authorities said Wednesday.
 
The Nantou County Government announced that tourism hotspot Hehuan Mountain is to get a special medical station as the remote area has been scene to a series of recent traffic accidents. Officials said that the plan is to turn the Kunyang parking lot into a medical station to service the mountainous region starting March 1.
 
A 24-year-old male student was confirmed to be the 21st measles case of the year at Ren-ai Township (仁愛鄉) in Nantou County, said the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) yesterday.
 
Sun Moon Lake authorities unveiled a halal certification program for restaurants in the area on Tuesday, in a bid to attract more Muslim visitors to one of Taiwan's best known scenic spots.
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Top tourist attraction Sun Moon Lake aims to become the country's first scenic area to use only green tourist buses with the introduction of three electric-powered buses in October, transportation officials said Saturday.
 
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