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Five bridges have been sealed off in Kaohsiung's rural communities after inspectors determined they were seriously damaged in the magnitude-6.4 earthquake that killed 116 people in nearby Tainan, officials said Monday.
 
A noodle restaurant in Kaohsiung is offering a discount on its trademark item to celebrate the election of the Democratic Progressive Party's Tsai Ing-wen as Taiwan's first female president.
 
Two fifth graders from Kaohsiung said Monday that their motivation for inventing an award-winning selfie stick that can be operated single-handedly was to make the popular gadget more convenient to use.
 
Kaohsiung's Shoushan Zoo seeking Thai mate for its female elephant
Shoushan Zoo, the public zoo in Kaohsiung, has won the approval of the Korat Zoo in Thailand for a cross-border breeding proposal for Ali (阿里), the only elephant at Shoushan, the zoo keeper said Sunday.
 
Kaohsiung residents who eat dog or cat meat will soon face a stiff fine under regulations passed by the Kaohsiung City Council on Wednesday.
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Kaohsiung Harbor Police Department arrested two workers from Indonesia and the Philippines after a brawl broke out on a Kaohsiung-registered vessel.
 
Police in Kaohsiung have arrested two Taiwanese men for allegedly importing fake iPhone batteries and plugs from China and busted the stores in the southern city selling them, the authorities said yesterday.
 
The mass rapid transit (MRT) system in Kaohsiung is forecast to generate earnings of NT$80 million this year and is likely to break even next year, according to the Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corp.'s (KRTC) estimation.
 
Taiwan Fisheries, Seafood Show opens with optimism for business
The Taiwan Fisheries and Seafood Show opened yesterday at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center, beginning a new chapter in one of Taiwan's leading sectors and creating business opportunities valued at more than US$20 million.
 
Despite being the first city in the nation to recognize same-sex partnerships, Kaohsiung will not allow wedding leave to same-sex couples until the country's law is changed to recognize same-same marriage, a city government official said Monday.
 
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