Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Taipei City Deputy Mayor Chang Chin-e (張金鶚) met with Finance Minister Chang Sheng-ford (張盛和) yesterday to discuss municipal and national plans to deal with high real estate prices observed in the market., 1 Comment
Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) yesterday said the issue of whether or not the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant can be operational as scheduled cannot be decided by an individual or a particular group, noting that the nation has to come to a wider consensus., 1 Comment
Around 200 former freeway toll collectors yesterday rushed into the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) Headquarters and demanded that the government find better jobs for them.
The Railway Reconstruction Bureau (RRB) yesterday announced design plans for the new straight railway line that will connect Taipei and Yilan and is scheduled to open in 2026 at the earliest.
A Japanese delegation consisting of a former Japanese chief cabinet secretary and a number of nuclear power experts is scheduled to visit Taiwan later this week to participate in a nuclear power forum, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced yesterday.
Tourists visiting the Alishan National Scenic Area in 2014 reached the 1 million mark yesterday, breaking past records for achieving the number so early in the year.
The Changhua County Beidou Precinct (彰化北斗警察分局) yesterday said that it recently busted a fraud ring, arresting seven Vietnamese including a ringleader surnamed Chang.
While the average earnings of employees in the industrial and service sectors in January and February hit record highs in recent years, the average real wages were lower than the level registered 16 years ago due to an increase of 3.8 percent in the consumer price index (CPI) for the two-month period, according to official data.
A Philippine court has issued arrest warrants for eight Philippine Coast Guard officers charged with homicide in the shooting death of a Taiwanese fisherman last year, according to the Philippine Department of Justice., 1 Comment
Young drummers from a remote indigenous village in eastern Taiwan will open the triennial Taiwan International Percussion Convention in May, bringing their music to an international stage.