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February, 28, 2017

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Lonely monkeys
This undated photo shows one of the six male black-crowned squirrel monkeys sent to Taiwan by the Netherlands' Apenheul Zoo. Taipei Zoo officials said the monkeys had all passed quarantine inspection and would be housed in the Children's Zoo area soon,.....
The Agency Against Corruption (AAC) said Friday it had busted an electricity theft ring in Taichung that allegedly helped night clubs and restaurants steal NT$100 million worth of power over four years.
Ko shares thoughts on possible election challengers
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je offered a few tentative comments regarding his possible opponents in next year's mayoral race during a radio interview on Thursday.
A foreign worker was found dead Tuesday after falling into a 100-meter deep ravine, police in Nantou County said that day.
Since late December, avian influenza has been discovered at four chicken farms in Yunlin County, Central Taiwan, the county government said on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Transportation and Communications vowed on Tuesday that the money-losing Taipei-Hualien and Taichung-Hualien routes served previously by TransAsia Airways will continue to be operated after February although the airfare is likely to go up.
Jordan lands in Taipei
Jordan 16 Songgao, Taiwan's first flagship store for Jordan series products, opened at Breeze Songgao in Xinyi Commercial Zone in Taipei, Friday, Jan. 7. The store features a full spectrum of Jordan products, including basketball, training, fitness and sports lifestyle collections.
US-born priest granted ROC citizenship
A U.S.-born Catholic priest who has dedicated the past 54 years of his life to helping the island's mentally-disabled children has been granted Taiwanese citizenship.
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Urban renovation for Keelung goes global
Fresh ideas for renovating Keelung sprang up during the Ministry of the Interior's Construction and Planning Agency's three-day international forum that concluded Friday.
Agricultural company threatens 3-day strike
Protesting a fee hike imposed by Taipei City Government, Taipei Agricultural Products Marketing Co. yesterday threatened to go on a three-day strike before the Lunar New Year.
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