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A pair of earthquakes occurred in Central and Southern Taiwan early Tuesday with a magnitude of 3.9 and 4.3 respectively, according to the Central Weather Bureau. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
 
Tainan Mayor Lai Ching-te (賴清德) said Sunday that the full amount of NT$4 billion (US$123.3 million) in donations received by the city government after a deadly earthquake in February will be put toward the relief and recovery efforts in the city.
 
A counterfeiting operation allegedly responsible for producing forged NT$50 coins, which were circulating in Southern Taiwan, was brought down in Tainan City last month, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事局) said.
 
NCKU professor climatic variability paper published in journal Science
National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) professor Dr. I-Ching Chen, working with scientists from Academia Sinica, challenged the classic ecological hypothesis and proposed that long-term and short-term climatic variabilities affect species in opposite ways, ...........
 
Tainan Mayor William Lai (賴清德) announced Wednesday that this year's dengue fever season has begun in his city, and he ordered that measures be carried out to prevent mosquitoes that carry the virus from breeding and spreading.
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A committee to manage and monitor the use of more than NT$3.6 billion (US$110.92 million) in donations for relief following the Feb. 6 earthquake in Tainan, Southern Taiwan, was inaugurated Tuesday.
 
An investigation will be launched into the death of two pet dogs, which were suspected to have been thrown from where their owner lives on the ninth floor in Tainan Saturday.
 
Donations in the wake of the Feb. 6 earthquake are enough to take care of victims of the quake and pay for reconstruction, Tainan Mayor Lai Ching-te said Monday.
 
The Tainan District Court has begun sealing up properties belonging to the developer and architects associated with buildings at the Weiguan Jinlong residential complex that collapsed in a magnitude 6.4 earthquake that struck southern Taiwan Feb. 6.
 
Eighty-six buildings in Tainan are no longer fit for human habitation in the wake of the recent magnitude 6.4 earthquake, the city's Public Works Bureau said Tuesday.
 
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