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Thursday, April 24, 2014
The Taiwan Outdoor Group (TOG, 台灣戶外品牌聯盟) is expected to launch a series of events starting this coming weekend to coincide with the 2014 New Taipei Tung Blossom Festival (新北桐花祭), the Taiwan Textile Research Institute (紡織產業綜合研究所, TTRI ) announced yesterday.
A man who tried to rob a woman earlier this month in Kaohsiung never expected that he would be thwarted by her 10-year-old son — who just happened to have a red belt in taekwondo — police said.
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Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Three generations of a family, surnamed Hu, were charged with sexually assaulting an Indonesian caregiver 81 times in one year, the Supreme Court said yesterday, adding that two have been convicted while the other is still being tried.
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Currently under construction, the Taiwan Tower may bring Taichung tens of billions of New Taiwan dollars after its completion, said Taichung Mayor Jason Hu (胡志強) yesterday.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) recently extradited a suspect wanted on fraud charges from Vietnam.
A breast cancer patient who chose to put her unborn child before her own health has given birth to a healthy baby girl, her doctor said yesterday.
Saturday, April 19, 2014
The New Taipei City Government responded late yesterday to criticism of the current mayor's stance on the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant made by a mayoral candidate earlier the same day.
The American Institute in Taiwan's (AIT) Kaohsiung branch office will be holding a series of events to celebrate Earth Day 2014 that falls on Tuesday, April 22, the AIT announced yesterday.
Friday, April 18, 2014
A son recently saved his mother's life when he reacted quickly to her text messages.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
The New Taipei City Government said yesterday that it was prevented from conducting land grading for the planned indigenous cultural area in Sanxia (三峽) by occupants of public land who demanded NT$120 billion for “land improvement” as well as “management and maintenance.”
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