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Let's keep talking about marriage equality: Tsai
President Tsai Ing-wen said she felt that marriage equality did not necessarily conflict with family values, a presidential spokesman said after she met with activists from rival camps over gay rights on Saturday.
Bus crash victim families demand reparations
Families of the 33 victims in Monday's fatal freeway bus crash have called for the government to grant national compensation to relatives of the deceased.
Lin meets with Cabinet to  'adjust communication'
Premier Lin Chuan met Saturday with his Cabinet members to revise guidelines for improving internal coordination, as well as external communication with the general public.
Several cities have warned the public not to feed wild birds in parks or they would face of stiff fines due to an avian flu scare.
A committee under the Executive Yuan said Saturday that it will convene a public hearing on whether a women's group set up by former first lady Madame Chiang Kai-shek (蔣宋美齡) in 1950 is affiliated with the opposition Kuomintang (KMT).
Women outspent men on credit cards over a six-month period last year, according to data released recently by the National Credit Card Center of the Republic of China.
Taiwan's High Speed Rail enjoyed a more than 10 percent increase in the average daily ridership in 2016 due to the addition of new stations on the rail line, government statistics showed Friday.
Cold air mass to bring low temperatures next week
The Central Weather Bureau said Saturday that a cold air mass is expected to send temperatures down all around the country, especially in northern Taiwan, next Friday.
Retailers request buffer period for poultry ban
Traditional market retailers on Friday called for the government to offer a buffer period of one to three days for enforcing a ban on the transport and slaughter of poultry.
Breeze gives hope to Tainan quake survivor
The Breeze Charity Foundation has stepped up its support for emergency relief programs, with the shopping giant's corporate social responsibility arm providing help to those hit by natural disasters as well as to underprivileged groups.
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