Sunday, March 10, 2013
New Taipei City's mounted police unit has expanded its force to 49 members, whose major work is to patrol major tourist spots during holidays.
Friday, March 8, 2013
The Taipei City Department of Transportation (DOT) yesterday called on citizens who have borrowed books from the “mobile library” on buses to return books once they have finished reading them, as the amount of books for the program is insufficient., 1 Comment
The Shihlin District Court yesterday ordered a New Taipei City coffee shop owner to be detained after she confessed to killing a wealthy businessman and his professor wife who were found dead in city's Bali District (八里) recently.
The Taichung Motor Vehicles Office (TMVO, 台中監理所) recently held auctions of motor vehicle registration plates online, with a plate numeric code ending with 8888 having 17 bids and the final bid reaching NT$36,000, according to the TMVO yesterday.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
An art expo that opens on March 23 in Tainan will offer a new twist: showcasing art in hotel rooms to bring it closer to the public.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
An international five-star hotel, the first of its kind, opened yesterday in Taichung City.
Taipei topped the 2012 list of cities with the most public nuisance disputes, the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) announced yesterday.
The Taipei District Prosecutors Office said yesterday they will begin efforts to track illegally gains funds after finding only small amounts of money in the bank accounts of three men accused of insider trading.
Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) said yesterday that he will run in the Earth Day Run, an event promoting environmental protection scheduled for April 20 in Taipei, adding that over 6,000 people will take part.
A court in southeastern Taitung County has ruled that an aboriginal resident violated no rules after he was charged with alleged illegal possession of a rifle., 1 Comment