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Come fly with MRT: airport metro trial opened to public
The Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line will begin the next phase of trial runs Thursday, with free rides to be offered to individual passengers in the two weeks before commercial operations begin March 2, Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan (鄭文燦) said Tuesday.
3,000 ducks culled as avian flu hits Hualien farm
Some 3,000 ducks were culled on a poultry farm in Hualien on Tuesday after it was found to be infected with the highly pathogenic H5N6 avian influenza virus, the county's Bureau of Agriculture said.
Kuo-Kuang lays on more Wuling buses to meet blossoming demand
Kuo-Kuang Motor Transport (國光客運) is laying on more special buses for trips to see Wuling Farm's famous cherry blossoms in Taichung.
Premier pays respects at crash victim funeral parlor
Premier Lin Chuan visited a Taipei funeral parlor Wednesday to meet family members of the 33 people killed in Monday's tour bus crash, and promised that the government would provide assistance and find the causes of the tragedy.
The Airport MRT trial expands tomorrow. This is what you need to know
The moment we've been waiting for is finally here.
As bird flu threat rises, pass on the eggs Benedict
Health authorities are urging residents not to consume raw or undercooked eggs, as the avian flu threat in Taiwan continues to rise.
Enjoy the sunshine now - new cold front arrives next week
Residents in northern Taiwan should enjoy the fine and sunny weather while it lasts.
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Wednesday February 15, 2017.
President Tsai Ing-wen on Tuesday announced ambitious plans to generate 20 percent of the nation's energy from renewables and phase out nuclear power by 2025.
Following suspicions of driver fatigue in a coach crash that killed 33 people Monday, the Taipei City Government said it was discussing more stringent monitoring for tour buses.
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