A Bulgarian man tried to talk his way out of getting arrested for drunk driving in Taiwan because he claimed to not know the law.
Torrential rain across Taiwan has caused damage. There are reports of landslides and flooding. The COA has also estimated significant agricultural losses.
A company in Taiwan is accused of producing counterfeit Philippine passports to help Taiwanese students attend an international school in New Taipei.
Taiwan became the first Asian nation to legalize same-sex marriage bill was passed in Taiwan. The law will take effect on May 24.
More deaths due to traffic accidents in Taiwan highlight a dangerous week for pedestrians and cyclists.
Police are investigating the cause of death of a woman found by a construction crew outside Zhengyi Station in Kaohsiung.
While Chiayi is planning for new public parking, some residents may be taking matters into their own hands to find parking spaces.
Kaohsiung’s agricultural exports have already surpassed those of the previous year, according to the city’s Agricultural Bureau.
Authorities fined a preschool in Hsinchu for violating food safety standards as well as other health and safety violations.
After blowing his son’s tuition at a claw machine, a New Taipei man set out to steal his money back with the help of a friend.
The Taichung Blood Center is running low on blood donations due to rainy weather and is encouraging residents to make a donation.
The city of Chiayi now has the second-best Wi-Fi coverage in all of Taiwan after it installed new hotspots to serve residents and tourists.
The Taipei Department of Health has confirmed a case of measles contracted domestically. It is the 13th case of measles in Taiwan this year.
Taoyuan is set to launch a new bus route to connect parts of the city to Taipei Songshan Airport, reducing the average travel time.
A man in New Taipei was fined for playing the piano at home because the noise disturbed his neighbors.
Police in Taoyuan arrested 19 people for operating a cross-strait fraud operation on Taobao that deceived at least 30 Chinese citizens.
While users can reserve train seats via the TRA mobile ticketing app, there are instances in which problems arise with tickets.
A McDonald’s in Shipai, Beitou District, has been ordered to compensate a visually impaired man who got his head stuck in the store’s motion sensor door.
While traffic deaths in Kaohsiung had fallen for 5 consecutive years, the first quarter of 2019 saw a spike, equaling almost half the total for all of 2018.
The Taipei Department of Labor released information on labor violations in the city, noting that it fined Fuji Xerox and Danan Bus.