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Taiwanese athletes who win a medal at this year's Summer Olympics in Rio could be in for bigger paydays than ever before, with gold medal winners able to earn a cash award of up to NT$40 million (US$1.25 million).
Lawmakers demand military support for Taiping protest
Kuomintang (KMT) lawmakers urged the government Tuesday to deploy the military to protect the nation's South China Sea claims and to accompany fishermen planning a protest trip to Taiping Island.
Let's talk: Cabinet encourages negotiations to ease South China Sea tensions
The government stressed the need for multilateral negotiations in the South China Sea on Tuesday, one day before separate groups of lawmakers and fishermen were scheduled to travel to Taiwan-controlled Taiping Island.
ATM heist cash 'may be in Neihu'
Police said Monday that NT$20 million was still missing from last week's ATM heist and that the cash may be stashed in the mountains of Taipei's Neihu.
Fishermen to sail for Taiping Island
Fishermen from southern Taiwan vowed to take to the seas to safeguard "ancestral assets and sovereignty" in the South China Sea, Monday.
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) caucus passed a motion Monday to seek an extraordinary legislative session to clear three contested bills, with legislation targeting ill-gotten party assets to top the agenda.
A delegation of legislators is set to visit Taiping Island on Wednesday following a controversial ruling by an arbitration court that touched on the island's status, Kuomintang lawmaker Chiang Chi-chen, said Monday.
Aflame with frustration
The photo shows protesters at Taiwan Civil Government (TCG) headquarters, protesting an arson attack carried out by two men on Friday, July 15 at midnight. No deaths or injuries from the fire were reported.
Drug dealers are becoming more creative in their methods for luring the younger crowd to buy illicit drugs, police said recently.
Heavy water consumers will be required to use recycled water in areas where water sources are scarce, according to legislation passed by the Ministry of Economics Affairs (MOEA).
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