A woman in Keelung City in Northern Taiwan was killed by her own car sliding toward her home garage's rolling door. When getting out to check why the door failed to open with a remote controller, she failed to put the car in park and pulled the hand-brake up only half way.
Directors, supervisors and officers, members of the newly established Taiwan Rotary Publication and E-Information Association (TRPIA) were recently sworn in at an inaugural meeting at Denwell Hotel in Tachih, Taipei City, according to a press release from the TRPIA.
Taipei City Department of Sports Commissioner Hung Chia-wen (洪嘉文) issued a verbal resignation to Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je's (柯文哲) office on Sunday, over a graft case that saw 11 department employees penalized, the Central News Agency reported.
People from around Taiwan wait to swim in Penghu Bay in Penghu County, Sunday, June 19. Over 800 people flocked to outlying county to take part in the annual swimming contest. Penghu was recognized by the France-based World Club for having one of the world's most beautiful bays.
The train station in Dacun Township in Changhua County has come alive with a new art installation and decorations to let travelers know they're in the heart of Taiwan's grape industry.
Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan (鄭文燦) on Saturday announced that the special municipality's government has set up a team whose role is to speed up the relocation of state-run oil supplier CPC Corp.'s (中油) refinery in Taoyuan, the Central News Agency (CNA) reported.
A TV reporter has dismissed speculation that she was involved in an alleged love-motivated information leak that led to the sacking of a Taipei City Government aide who refused to take a lie-detector test.
Premier Lin Chuan said Saturday Penghu County should be developed into a model for green energy production, the Central News Agency reported.
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said on Monday that the robust industrial foundation in the Greater Taichung area should be utilized to support the development of the intelligent machinery and aerospace industries, the Central News Agency reported.
National Taiwan Ocean University graduates are ready to set off on a 10-kilometer graduation voyage on sailboats or canoes off the shore of Keelung on Friday, June 17.