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Monday, July 12, 2010
Taiwan -- Aboriginal hunter captures 1000th wild boar
“It was really a fierce animal,” said Indigenous hunter Gianu of the Bunun Tribe, who seized his 1000th wild boar successfully in Yanpin Township, Taitung County yesterday.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
An elderly couple in Taitung County passed away together last month after the sick wife told their child she would go to heaven with her cancer-plagued husband, local media has reported.
Friday, June 25, 2010
Taitung's Public Health Bureau examined iced treats in the county and found 24% of which fell off the accepted bacteria content range, officials said yesterday.
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Former Magistrate Wu Jun-li of southeastern Taitung County has been given a sentence of seven years and six months yesterday for embezzling public funds when he served as speaker of Taitung County Council a decade ago.
Monday, May 31, 2010
Taiwan -- Access to villages getting back to normal as downpours ease
Continuing downpours obstructed efforts to repair several makeshift bridges damaged by floods in southern Taiwan but officials expect transport access to several villages to gradually resume today, although the threat of flooding to one village in southeastern Taitung County could force an evacuation of residents.
A man from Taitung County participated in a competition to quit smoking cigarettes and won the top prize of NT$300,000 for his son to build a house, local media reported yesterday.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
The recent sighting of a new cluster of the endangered Taiwan cow-tail fir in Taitung County gives a shot in the arm to the efforts to protect the rare plant species, officials in charge of forestation said Monday.
Taiwan -- New cluster of endangered Taiwan cow-tail firs sighted
Sunday, April 4, 2010
Taiwan -- Bunun youngsters complete 'root-finding' journey
A group of Bunun tribal youngsters from Taitung County southeastern Taiwan shouted “ancestral spirits, we're back” Saturday on the banks of a mountain lake located at the crossroads of the migration route of their ancestors.
The Bureau of National Health Insurance recently discovered that a man collected 1,403 days worth of sleeping pills within six months in Taitung County, according to local media reports.
Monday, March 29, 2010
A group of foreigners had a heated exchange with locals at Lanyu Airport over seats on planes after the airport had been closed for two days due to bad weather.
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