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Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Taiwan -- KMT's case with Wang membership resolved: Chu
Kuomintang Chairman Eric Chu (朱立倫) said yesterday that the party's case with Legislative Yuan Speaker Wang Jin-pyng's (王金平) membership is resolved.
Taiwan -- China to delay controversial flight route: CAA
In a joint press conference with the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 陸委會), the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA, 民航局) announced yesterday that they have reached a preliminary agreement with mainland China to delay the implementation of flight path M503 that was originally scheduled to start on March 5.
A man suspected of being behind the kidnapping of a Taiwanese businessman and his family in Thailand in 2009 was recently arrested in the central city of Taichung, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事局) announced.
Taiwan's representative office in Kansas City, Missouri will be relocated to Denver, Colorado sometime at the first half of this year, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday.
Taiwan -- Hermin Textile Museum opens its doors
Quality materials go a long way in any consumer products. This is certainly true for the apparel industry, and one will be able to experience it first-hand at Tainan's Hermin Textile Museum.
The Navy is set to commission its first locally designed stealth missile corvette and a new home-manufactured supply vessel into service in late March, a Navy source said Monday.
The Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA, 台鐵) announced yesterday that it has scored a deal with a foreign train manufacturer to replace old diesel locomotives that have already been in commission for 30 years. The TRA officially invited various manufacturers last year to bid for its purchase of 24 new trains. Before the start of the Lunar New Year, TRA settled a deal with a South Korean manufacturer for NT$291,950,000, which was NT$130 million cheaper than the starting bid price.
Taiwan -- Activists protest Taipower plan to send its nuclear waste abroad
A group of anti-nuclear power activists yesterday staged a protest in Taipei over Taiwan's state-owned power company's plan to send the country's nuclear waste abroad.
Environmental regulations on the country's emissions of air pollutants will be stricter in light of deteriorating air quality, the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) said Monday.
Monday, March 2, 2015
Several political heavyweights are now calling for a reform to Taiwan's electoral system so that voters can express their disapproval of candidates by marking a “no” on ballots.
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