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Public bus ticket fares in the Greater Taipei area will temporarily not see price hikes and will remain at NT$15 for adult tickets, according to Taipei City's Transportation Department on Monday. However, costs will be up for review each quarter.
 
The Taipei City Department of Health launched on Monday a website for caterers to notify the government of their upcoming events involving guests of 200 or more outside their restaurants.
 
Defector raises N. Korean issues in classroom
A North Korean defector shared his own story of escape from his country during a lecture in Taipei American School (TAS) on Friday in the hope of raising awareness of North Korean issues among the younger generation.
 
National Taiwan University (NTU) has received a donation of US$2 million from Kim Shin, a son of Kim Koo, one of the most important political figures in Korea's modern history.
 
The High Court has declared invalid Chang Chin-ting's (張晉婷) election for New Taipei City Council on charges of vote buying. It has been decided that the runner-up Chen Ming-yi (陳明義) will take her seat in council.
 
People in Nothern Taiwan stayed off the road and inside buildings when the annual Wan An Exercise kicked off in Northern Taiwan at 1:30 p.m. Monday.
 
Taipei City Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) gave the green-light to take down overpasses and underpasses in the city by the end of 2017, citing low usage rate and inaccessibility for those who are physically challenged, reported the Central News Agency (CNA) on Sunday.
 
Ko, Hau trade verbal blows over Taipei Dome
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je and his predecessor Hau Lung-bin Saturday continued blaming each other over the ill-fated Taipei Dome project.
 
Former Taipei City Mayor Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) on Friday voiced his doubt that the city government's decision to cancel the construction contract for the troubled Taipei Dome project with Farglory Group is meant to benefit the group indirectly.
 
The largest newspaper in Taiwan published in Southeast Asian languages, 4-Way Voice, will suspend publication at the end of this month to undergo organizational restructuring, Shih Hsin University said Wednesday.
 
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