Transportation Minister Ho Chen Tan (賀陳旦) on Tuesday said that Uber Taiwan had sent a friendly letter to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, saying it hoped to initiate a negotiation., 1 Comment
The government on Tuesday denied claims from the head of a business group that it planned to extend the maximum limit for overtime work., 1 Comment
Taiwan's military has announced that it will soon change its decade-old "stand at attention" posture by asking soldiers to clench their fists instead of having their palms pressed to their sides.
President Tsai Ing-wen on Tuesday attended the inauguration of Daniel Ortega, who was re-elected in November to a third consecutive term as Nicaragua's president.
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Wednesday January 11, 2017.
The Taiwan Association for Human Rights (TAHR, 台灣人權促進會) said on Tuesday it plans fight an order barring South Korean workers who protested against their parent firm in Taipei from entering the country.
Cabbage is pile in a heap in this stock picture. The New Taipei City Government has initiated various measures to sell its surplus of cabbage before it goes bad.
Members of TransAsia Airways' (復興航空) labor union occupied and spray-painted the Labor Ministry Tuesday morning, calling on the government to resolve a dispute over severance packages "once and for all."
Former President Ma Ying-jeou and others were summoned to Taipei District Court on Tuesday over a wiretapping scandal dating to 2013, with Ma accused of being involved in a classified information leak.
The chief suspect in the high-profile kidnapping of Hong Kong oil tycoon Wong Yuk-kwan (黃煜坤) last September has been deported from the Philippines back to Taiwan, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) announced.