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October, 27, 2016

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A hippopotamus startled several Miaoli County residents on Friday as it rammed itself against a parked car after escaping from its enclosure aboard a truck en route to its renovated habitat.
Chen Wei-ting exits Miaoli by-election
Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷) yesterday announced his exit from the Miaoli County legislative by-election and said he has not fully disclosed past acts of sexual harassment.
Two persons drowned Saturday in an accident that occurred during an open water lifesaving training session for firefighters in Miaoli County, the county's Fire Bureau said.
The Maolin National Scenic Area in Kaohsiung is inviting tourists to a series of activities to watch Purple Butterflies that are going to spend their winter there.
Miaoli mitten crabs to be released in October
Miaoli mitten crabs will officially be on the market in October, Miaoli County (苗栗縣) Commissioner Liu Cheng-hung (劉政鴻) said yesterday afternoon at a press conference.
An eight-year-old boy whose name was not revealed due to privacy issues fell into a 15-meter deep ravine in the northern county of Miaoli, but was found to be "miraculously" unharmed, rescuers said Sunday.
Miaoli Magistrate Liu Cheng-hung lent his support Monday to the government's removal of the protesters who had broken into the Executive Yuan the night before.
The four Dapu households which won a court battle against the Ministry of the Interior (MOI) regarding the Ministry's decision to demolish their houses yesterday headed to the MOI and pleaded for the government to drop further applications for an appeal.
Miaoli Magistrate Liu Cheng-hung (劉政鴻) said yesterday that the recent court ruling on the government's handling of the Dapu (大浦) project may have negative implications for Taiwan's economic development.
MOI minister says Dapu appeal against ruling will 'hurt people'
The Ministry of the Interior (MOI) wishes to create a "win-win" situation regarding the Dapu incident, and therefore will wait until it receives an official court verdict, discusses the matter with the Miaoli County Government and will then make a final decision, Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (李鴻源) said yesterday.
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