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The Central Taiwan county of Yunlin said Monday that it will restart a long-stalled afforestation plan in four barren coastal areas to increase ecosystem productivity there.
Taipei water prices to be raised by nearly 30%
Water prices in Taipei will be adjusted higher, beginning on Tuesday, but the hike will not affect the around 60 percent of the users who consume less than 20 cubic meters of water per month, the Taipei Water Department said Monday.
A Chinese student at Fo Guang University in Yilan has been missing since he was swept by a big wave into the Pacific Ocean off Wushi Port in the county on Sunday, according to local police and Coast Guard officers.
Taipei Int'l Church celebrates 25 yrs of Tagalog Fellowship
Taipei International Church celebrated 25 years of the Tagalog Fellowship recently. The daylong celebration saw inspirational messages from Bishop Efraim Tendero, the head of World Evangelical Alliance, ..............
A Taipei court on Friday sentenced a man who slashed the throat of a second-grader and killed her at a school last year to life in prison, rejecting the prosecution's recommendation of the death penalty.
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The resignation of Eva Airways spokesman Nieh Kuo-wei (聶國維), who is well known for his contributions in polishing Evergreen Group's (長榮集團) brand image, was approved on Thursday, sparking speculation of a possible exodus of senior executives in the group.
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The cold and wet weather in Northern and Northeastern Taiwan, caused by a strong continental cold air mass, is expected to last until Feb. 27, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) forecast on Thursday, Feb. 25.
A national anti-nuclear alliance is scheduled to hold a protest march in Taipei March 12, demanding that the government make Taiwan nuclear-free by 2025 by decommissioning the nation's three functioning nuclear plants and abolishing the mothballed fourth nuclear power plant in New Taipei's Gongliao District.
A cargo ship from Niue, named "Yunhai," ran aground in waters about 1.3 nautical miles north of Niao Yu (Bird Island) of the Penghu archipelago in the early hours of Thursday, Feb. 25, said the National Search and Rescue Center.
Tsai aims for 'smart' machinery Taichung capital
President-elect Tsai Ing-wen said Thursday that her administration will strive towards developing a "smart" machinery industry cluster in the greater Taichung area in Central Taiwan by accelerating the upgrade of the industry.
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