Two new 1,000-ton Class Coast Guard Administration cutters will be officially commissioned at a ceremony to be held at the Port of Kaohsiung on Wednesday, the CGA announced.
The Alishan Forest Railway in southern Taiwan will continue its suspension of runs on its main line Tuesday because of the difficulty and slow pace in removing rocks that blocked the tracks during landslides caused by heavy rain.
The Presidential Office opened its new permanent exhibition on Sunday, the first time a section of the office building has been open to public since the new government took office on May 20.
Oil spills from fishing vessels stranded on the shores of Siziwan (西子灣) in Kaohsiung, seen in this photo provided by the Coast Guard Administration (CGA) on Sunday, Sept. 18.
The world's largest single-entity, small-pores coral known to locals as "Big Mushroom" in the sea near Ludao (Green Island) off Taitung County has fallen, a diving coach said Sunday.
The picture shows the beautiful topography of abrasion rocks seen on the Dongyin islet of the offshore Lienchiang County.
A lawmaker Friday blamed the Taitung government's "overdevelopment" for a Typhoon Meranti-triggered landslide that buried much of a village famous for its role in the development of baseball in Taiwan.
This photo shows 12 pieces of driftwood and a car seized on Friday by the police agents of the Sixth Division of the Seventh Special Police Corps under the National Police Agency after arresting two suspects allegedly stealing drift timbers from the riverbed of Choshui River in central Taoyuan County.
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je said Friday the city government would examine the venues to be used at the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade in the wake of Typhoons Meranti and Malakas, to see how well they cope with extreme weather conditions.
Southeastern Pingtung county police authorities recently arrested 10 alleged members of a fraud ring, including nine underage suspects, according to the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB).