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The Kuomintang (KMT) on Monday released a poll claiming that after 10 months in government, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) had a 61.5 percent disapproval rating.
 
A software engineer at a YouBike-contracted tech firm in Taichung was indicted by the Taipei District Prosecutors Office Monday for installing malicious software leading to a major computer system failure last August.
 
Company that misled cancer patient fined
A water lily company and its dealer have been fined NT$2.86 million for breach of safety and false advertisement after misleading a former cancer patient into buying its products and giving up on medical treatment, the Yilan County Government said Monday.
 
The temperature in Hsinchu dipped to 10.1 degrees Celsius early Monday, when the impact of the latest continental cold air mass on Taiwan was the strongest, but it will warm up to become nice and warm weather over the next few days, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
 
The pension reform committee said Sunday it would recommend that retired public sector workers receiving monthly pensions of less NT$32,160 be able to retain an 18-percent preferential savings rate.
 
Does Taiwan want more 'checkbook diplomacy'?
It has been years since observers speculated that Taiwan could gain diplomatic allies -- a drought broken after foreign media reported earlier this month that the island is moving closer to the Sovereign Order of Malta.
 
Taoyuan International Airport Corp's chairman Tseng Dar-jen (曾大仁) pledged Sunday to address the rampant "fake taxi driver" problem outside the airport's arrival halls, after the situation was again brought to light by social media users.
 
After reports Monday Taiwan's top chipmaker may build its most advanced plant yet in the U.S. instead of in Kaohsiung, Kaohsiung City Mayor Chen Chu (陳菊) said Sunday that her city welcomed the chipmaker to invest there.
 
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