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The government will cancel subsidies to tour agencies serving the domestic market if they are found to offer customers "zero dollar" tour packages, Cabinet spokesman Hsu Kuo-yung (徐國勇) said on Thursday.
 
Give them a chance
This undated photo provided by the National Veterinary Hospital (全國動物醫院) shows two cats together. Doctor Tseng Chih-hao (曾志浩) urged people not to abandon pet cats that are infected with feline immunodeficiency virus, which can progress into feline AIDS.
 
Ma in court
Former President Ma Ying-jeou appears for a court summons at the Taipei District Prosecutors Office, Thursday.
 
CDC admits fault in delayed hantavirus report
Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Wednesday admitted it had been at fault for the delayed issuing of an alert after a hantavirus-carrying rat was caught at Kaohsiung's airport.
 
An investment team fronted by former Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) Director-General Chang Kuo-cheng (張國政) has pulled out of a potential takeover of TransAsia Airways, after the government revoked the airline's flying rights Wednesday.
 
Taiping humanitarian drills draw to a close
The Cabinet Wednesday hailed humanitarian rescue drills on Taiping Island and waters off the Spratly Islands as a "success," while quashing speculation on cooperation in the region with mainland China.
 
Taiwanese MLB legend says he's considering retirement
Taiwanese former New York Yankee's pitcher and current free-agent Chien-Ming Wang (王建民) said he may retire if he fails to find a team for next season.
 
A total of 1,991 new HIV positive cases were reported in the first 10 months of this year, an average of six per day, predominantly among young adults and middle-aged men, the Ministry of Health and Welfare said on Wednesday.
 
During a budget hearing at the Legislative Yuan, Wednesday, Nov. 30, Minister of Labor Kuo Fong-yu (郭芳煜) said it was "not the right time" to propose an annual paid leave plan.
 
The Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) on Nov. 30 unveiled its new cloud computing-based services designed to better promote the culture of one of Taiwan's major ethnic groups globally.
 
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