Based on the draft design shown in the picture, the Hsinchu City Government plans to broaden the width of pedestrian paths surrounding the square in front of the Hsinchu Railway Station to five meters from three meters, so as to improve the entire view around the station.
Police have arrested 12 people who allegedly worked in a Taoyuan-based cross-strait telephone fraud ring that targeted mainland Chinese victims, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事局) announced.
Chants of political slogans and appeals for votes rang out in Hualien City on Friday as the vehicles carrying candidates running in Saturday's mayoral by-election shuttled through the city's streets on the final day of campaigning.
Bus drivers blocked traffic and clashed with police officers at the Transportation Ministry (MOTC) on Thursday morning, as they accused the government of damaging their industry's reputation.
Howard Hotels, one of Taiwan's leading hotel franchises, introduced new dishes created from Taiwanese groupers on Thursday, which were labeled with a QR code to track their origin and to ensure a safe and healthy dining experience.
The Supreme Administrative Court ruled Thursday that contractor Farglory Group could resume partial construction on the beleaguered Taipei Dome sports arena.
Police have recovered about 80 percent of NT$1 million (US$31,616) worth of cash that an 80-year-old woman allegedly threw into a burner set up by a temple in Tamsui for burning joss paper and incense.
Former President Ma Ying-jeou poses for a photo at the summit of Yushan, Taiwan's highest mountain, on Wednesday, Aug. 24, in this photo posted on his Facebook page. Ma said in a live Facebook broadcast that traveling to the Yushan summit "has been something I want to go for a long time."
An inflatable doll floats near a coastguard vessel in waters off Keelung on Wednesday, Aug. 24. Keelung coastguards received a report on Wednesday that a human body was found in the open sea. Crew on board the vessel who were dispatched to check the area found the "victim" to be an inflatable doll.
An apology was issued by the Tainan City Government Tourism Bureau on Wednesday in response to plagiarism accusations over the poster design for the southern city's famed Guanziling Hot Spring Festival.