A self-proclaimed socialite was recently arrested for selling luxury goods online that she allegedly never delivered to her customers, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said.
Fifty-three percent of Taiwanese are satisfied with the performance of President Tsai Ing-wen's government as she approaches her 100th day in office, according to a survey released Monday.
The Taiwan Alliance of Anti-Forced Eviction protested outside the Executive Yuan Monday, demanding that the new Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration fulfill its campaign promises on land justice.
Premier Lin Chuan instructed the Ministry of National Defense (MND) Monday to issue an education equivalency certificate as soon as possible to an HIV-positive student who was expelled from the National Defense University in 2013, according to the Cabinet Secretary-General Chen Mei-ling.
Google released a study Monday that found 96 percent of Taiwanese surf the internet every day, falling only behind Hong Kong in Asia.
Parents of a National Taiwan University alumnus who murdered his girlfriend in 2014 have agreed to compensate her family members in a settlement reached Monday.
Tigerair Taiwan, a joint venture between Taiwan's China Airlines (CAL) and Singapore's Tiger Airways, said Monday it will increase flights between Taiwan and Macau, Sendai and Daegu as peak travel season arrives in those places.
The government is investigating a bank linked to the so-called Panama Papers scandal, in the wake of a US$180 million fine levied by U.S. authorities for "flagrant disregard" of anti-money laundering laws., 2 Comments
State-owned oil refiner CPC Corp. announced a NT$1.1 (US$0.03) per liter fuel price hike from Monday, the largest weekly increase this year so far.
More than 1,000 national rail employees have signed a petition indicating they will not work additional shifts during next month's Mid-Autumn Festival holiday travel period, organizers said Sunday.