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The Taipei City Government said Friday that in order to help reduce air pollution and cut carbon emissions, any further purchases or leasing of motorcycles to be used for public affairs will be restricted solely to electricity-powered machines.
 
Lost in the city
This photo from the Hsinchu fire department shows a firefighter holding a pangolin that was captured on the streets in the city's downtown on Friday, June 10.
 
Egg-cellent balance, Bravo!
Bravo, the mascot of the 2017 Taipei Universiade, and members of the public attempt to balance eggs at 2016 Riverside Taipei Dragon Boat Festival Carnival at the Dajia Riverside Park in Taipei on Thursday, June 9.
 
A Taiwanese woman who married a wealthy, critically ill Singaporean businessman allegedly with the sole purpose of inheriting his fortune has been arrested on suspicion of fraud, police said.
 
A number of food businesses in Tainan will hold two free parties at an earthquake disaster site in Tainan later this month as part of an effort to revive commerce in the once vibrant Yongkang District, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lawmaker Wang Ting-yu said Thursday.
 
Justice for Big Orange
From left, legislator Huang Wei-che (黃偉哲), National Taiwan University lecturer Wang Hsien-ju (王嫻如) and an animal activist hold photos of a stray cat and footage of its attacker at a press conference in Taipei on Wednesday, June 8.
 
Facing justice
Police officers escort suspects of an alleged fraud ring in Taoyuan on Tuesday, June 7.
 
Three firefighters in outlying Penghu County implicated in arranging for the illegal hunting of two green sea turtles -- a protected wild animal -- have been disciplined by the county and could face legal sanctions.
 
Father has stroke after hit by son
Firefighters escort a 58-year-old man surnamed Chen to the hospital in Chiayi on Tuesday, June 7.
 
The New Taipei District Court ordered the Investigation Bureau's Taipei City Field Office to continue with their investigations of police officers in the Greater Taipei area who are potential suspects in an investment scam involving NT$4.6 billion.
 
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