Prosecutors in Changhua, Taiwan, are seeking a heavy penatly for two people accussed of illegal dumping wastewater, which affected area crops.
Produce samples in Taipei found that more than 10% of produce in the city contains excessive amounts of pesticide residue.
Taiwan-born author Li Kotomi has been shortlisted for Japan’s prestigious Akutagawa Prize, awarded to emerging writers in the country.
Dead pigs dumped along the river in Pingtung County have raised concerns over the possible spread of African swine fever to Taiwan.
Ørsted chairman for Taiwan Matthias Bausenwein said that Taiwan’s politicians must come together to develop off-shore wind energy.
A 78-year-old electrician in Tainan became the oldest graduate of Kun Shan University after earning his Ph.D. in Mechanical and Energy Engineering.
Google Translate came to the rescue to assist police in recovering a Japanese tourist’s mobile phone that was lost earlier that evening.
The Taipei housing market continues to get more expensive. With starting salaries have not increased much, the city has become unaffordable for some.
Authorities have confirmed the first case of fall armyworm in Taiwan on a farm in Miaoli. The invasive insect could destroy crops in the region.
After arousing police suspicion, a young man in western Taiwan was caught with drugs stuffed in his pants.
A man in northern Taiwan was caught stealing electricity from Taipower to increase his profits from mining Bitcoin.
Taiwan’s China Motor Corp. is upgrading is emoving electric scooters and launching new versions of it as it looks to compete with Gogoro.
Taiwan’s super-rich on average own a lot of properties — the second-most in the world — according to a Wealth Report from Knight Frank.
After 27 years of service, Taiwan’s EVA Air has retired the last of its Boeing 747 fleet on Tuesday after the cargo plane landed at Taoyuan Airport.
In an effort to cultivate talent and innovation, Amazon’s AWS has launched a joint innovation center at Linkou Startup Terrace.
Taitung police said that they will begin to crack down on vehicles in bike lanes in an effort to make the county safer for cyclists.
New renters protections in Taiwan will take effect on June 1. The new guidelines will help clarify leases and protect renters’ and landlords’ rights.
The Taichung Culture Bus is returning for another summer to show tourists the highlights of the city, and registration to join the tours opens soon.
As part of conservation efforts in Taiwan, Penghu released another 18 sea turtles into the wild on Wednesday.
Fire ants have invaded the Yilan Science Park and authorities are working to exterminate the invasive insects in Taiwan.