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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.
 
The Changhua County Government has established an agricultural service group to recruit 113 jobless people to be trained as farmers to help address the labor shortage in the agricultural sector, the county government said Thursday.
 
The Economics Ministry yesterday denied a news report that Google and Facebook's facility expansion plans in Central Taiwan were thwarted due to a lack of water supply.
 
Dead Changhua centenarian takes a seat to bid farewell to the world
A centenarian in Changhua County, Central Taiwan has remained the matriarch of the family in death as in life, staying seated in her favorite chair after passing away on March 19 to bid her family farewell.
 
The annual Changhua Flower Festival (CFF, 花在彰化) this year will focus on the theme of the "Monkey Year" and will run until Feb. 22, the Lantern Festival.
 
Several environmental groups in Changhua County called on the county government Tuesday to immediately designate a section of coastline in the county as a world-grade national wetland and devote more efforts to ecological and environmental protection there.
 
A clay sculpture festival is set to be held Nov. 27 Dec. 6 near the Taiwan high-speed rail station in Tianzhong Township, Changhua County, showcasing more than 10 large clay sculptures, the Changhua County Government announced Tuesday.
 
The Changhua County Police Department held a ceremony in which it gave 46 new patrol cars and 139 scooters to local police stations to enhance their efficiency.
 
Changhua County Magistrate Wei Ming-ku on Friday led a group of volunteers in a campaign to pick up trash and clean up the central county to mark International Cleanup Day.
 
Changhua County police yesterday busted a gang led by a man called Chen Yi-chen (陳倚振) that specialized in the theft and resale of BMWs using special equipment to hack into the cars' onboard computer units.
 
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