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Gunfire was heard at a temple in Luzhou District, Taipei at around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to police.
 
Taipei's municipal government proposed drastic plans to cut maximum occupancy in the area surrounding the Taipei Dome (台大北巨蛋) by 35 percent on Tuesday, drawing fire from contractor Farglory (遠雄), as the two sides moved no closer to resolving a yearlong dispute over safety concerns.
 
The Taipei District Court on Tuesday granted a request to detain three East European suspects involved in the theft of more than NT$83 million (US$2.6 million) from First Bank automatic teller machines in Taiwan.
 
Justice in justices
Members of the Alliance for Civilian Supervision of Candidates for Justices of the Constitutional Court protest outside the Legislative Yuan on Tuesday, July 19.
 
The Taipei District Court on Tuesday approved prosecutors' request to detain the suspect in a train explosion in Taipei early this month.
 
Fresh & Aged unveils flavorful steaks
A steakhouse is, in many cases, the go-to venue for anyone who desires an authentic dining experience.
 
Marine conservation groups rallied in front of the Palais de Chine (君品酒店) luxury hotel in Taipei, demanding that the hotel cancel its 51-day buffet offering all-you-can-eat collector urchins and oysters.
 
Police authorities in Northern Taiwan earlier this month arrested an alleged drug-smuggler who grew cannabis at home to profit from the sale of marijuana, the Criminal Investigation Bureau said (CIB).
 
Unfinished Taipei Dome a safety risk: Farglory
Farglory (遠雄) Chairman Chao Teng-hsiung (趙藤雄) hit back at the Taipei City Government Wednesday over the beleaguered Taipei Dome project, saying that the halt to construction of the project posed a major public safety risk.
 
In the wake of reports of a sex abuse cover-up on a Taipei campus, a non-profit government organization on Wednesday urged the Education Ministry to do more to help victims of sexual assault.
 
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