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Tuesday, October 28, 2014
The Taiwanese pubic has found Wowprime Corp.'s (王品集團) refund policy for credit card holders to be inadequate, local media reported yesterday.
New Taipei has found itself short of funds for its program to subsidize newborns in the metropolitan area because of a rapid increase in population and the number of babies born there.
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The National Security Bureau (NSB) yesterday denied the existence of Taiwanese spy recruiters who target mainland Chinese students in Taiwan to become potential operatives.
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Taiwan will stop importing waste oil from foreign countries and will strengthen local recycling systems for the domestic supply of used oil, in the hopes that the used oil produced nationwide can be better managed in the future, stated the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) yesterday.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said in a statement yesterday that people have been receiving a slew of scam messages via the mobile messaging platform LINE. The CIB cautions receivers not to respond and provides ways of combating these scams.
The Ministry of Justice said Sunday it will launch an investigation into alleged use of Chinese money for influence peddling as campaigns heat up ahead of the nine-in-one Nov. 29 local government elections.
Northern and Eastern Taiwan could see cooler and more humid weather in the first half of this week due to stronger seasonal winds and increasing moisture, the Central Weather Bureau said Monday.
The number of dengue fever cases in southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung City has soared over the last week, with some 200 new cases reported every day, the municipality's health bureau said Monday.
Taiwan -- New Taipei City Mayor Chu on southern campaign trail
Kuomintang (KMT) party Vice Chairman and New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu (朱立倫) took his campaigning down south yesterday after allegedly exhausting all spots in the Greater Taipei area. According to reports, Chu is suspected of testing the waters for the upcoming KMT chairman's seat and is campaigning early to get his name out there. However, Chu's election team said he's just “visiting old friends.”
The Legislature's Diplomacy and National Defense Committee yesterday decided to temporarily freeze part of a diplomatic budget earmarked to invite American guests to Taiwan amid opposition lawmakers' claim that some of these guests could attempt to intervene in Taiwan's elections.
  
  
  
  
  
  
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