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Friday, September 12, 2014
Taiwan Power Company (Taipower, 台電) said yesterday that the current estimated power supply shortage is roughly equal to that generated by three large nuclear generators, and it appealed to the public to reduce power consumption.
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 Vice President Wu Den-yih (吳敦義) yesterday attended the Second Immigrant Administration Examination Graduation Ceremony (第2屆移民行政特考結訓典禮), praising the National Immigration Agency's (NIA, 入出國及移民署) efforts in recent years to safeguard the borders of Taiwan, as well as providing exemplary service to new residents of Taiwan.
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) yesterday urged nationals not to deface or alter their passports or he or she could face a possible prison term.
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The number of dengue fever cases had increased by 338 in the week ending Sept. 6, setting a single-week high for infections of the mosquito-borne disease, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said Thursday.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Pingtung Magistrate Tsao Chi-hung (曹啟鴻) yesterday for the first time said that the Pingtung County Government should apologize to the public as it had been careless in handling the recent tainted edible oil scandal.
Taiwan -- Pingtung to blame for oil scandal: magistrate
Taiwan -- HK firm falsely sold tainted oil to Chang Guann: probe
An investigation in Hong Kong has revealed that the oil a local company sold to Taiwan's Chang Guann Co. (強冠) for the purposes of human consumption was in fact feed oil intended for livestock.
Military infighting has led to the exposure of the identity of a Taiwanese intelligence agent stationed overseas, local media reported yesterday.
Taiwan -- New chief of TAITRA vows to boost exports of Taiwanese manufacturers
Francis Liang (梁國新), the new leader of Taiwan's main trade promotion body, said Wednesday that he will do his utmost to boost the country's exports.
Taiwan's military yesterday decided to scale down a scheduled live-fire drill on the offshore island of Penghu amid a round of protests launched by residents of the island county.
Education Minister Wu Se-hwa (吳思樺) yesterday implored top-tier schools around Taiwan to participate in conducting specialty recruitments in light of the mass announcement from various cities that stated they intend to abolish specialty recruitment next year.
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