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.
A bakery owner in New Taipei’s Yonghe District claims that Taipower is at fault for an overnight power outage that caused minor losses.
The smoking ban at scenic areas in Taitung has gone into effect, but authorities continue to find residents and tourists ignoring posted signs.
The island county of Kinmen set a record for visitors to kick off the May 1 Labor Day holiday with a boost from mainland Chinese tourists.
Seven South Koreans were arrested in Taichung for running an online gambling network. Police believe the group to be members of a Korean gang.
Alert bank staff prevented a woman from falling for a scam involving a so-called American soldier in Afghanistan who requested money.