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  • Kaohsiung zoo helps animals keep warm amid cold snap

    Kaohsiung’s Shoushan Zoo caretakers went to great lengths to keep their animals warm during a recent cold front. Social media users were especially charmed by an orangutan named "Mimi" who was photographed wrapping herself in a blanket. With temperatures dropping to 11 degrees Celsius, the zoo staff installed heat lamps and provided high-caloric foods for the animals. Shoushan Zoo director Chuang Hsuan-chih explained that orangutans are highly intelligent and even imitate human actions, such as covering themselves with blankets and mimicking cleaning movements. The zoo also took measures to ensure the comfort of other animals, including reptiles, birds, and sloths, by installing heat lamps and providing high-caloric meals to help them store fat and survive the cold winter months.
    2024/01/23 17:31
  • Kaohsiung cleaning staff waitlist issue sparks controversy

    The Environmental Protection Bureau of the Kaohsiung City Government has clarified that the recruitment paths for full-time and part-time cleaning staff are different, which is why they need to consider temporary work applicants before those from previous years. This comes after Kaohsiung City Councilor Lina Chen led a press conference with individuals claiming to be on the waiting list for the city’s cleaning crew, who passed the "Kaohsiung City Official Cleaning Staff" exam two years ago but have not yet received a position. The Bureau emphasized that the different recruitment avenues do not infringe upon part-time workers’ rights. The recent cleaning staff recruitment attracted over 7,400 applicants for 850 positions, and some candidates on the waiting list are still waiting for an opportunity to work at the Bureau. The bureau recruited 172 official cleaners and drivers, with an additional 678 on the waiting list, of whom only half have been employed so far. The bureau began recruiting part-time staff earlier this year, even though the previous list of alternates has not yet been fully filled. Deputy Director Kao Tsung-yung explained that the previous test was for full-time staff, while the current recruitment is for temporary personnel. The Bureau has announced the eighth round of 100 alternates’ roster and will continue to do so in April, July, and October. Those on the waiting list will still need to wait for their chance.
    2024/01/03 17:05
  • Helicopter cleans Taipower tower; false alarm reported

    A civilian helicopter employed by Taipower was involved in routine maintenance work cleaning insulators on a power tower in the Wugu District of New Taipei City. The helicopter was fully operational during the procedure. The New Taipei City Fire Department responded to a report of a helicopter collision with an electrical tower near the Guanyin Mountain Tunnel, but upon arrival, they found no smoke or debris. It was determined that the reported incident was a false alarm and the public was urged to avoid spreading rumors or misinformation. The fire department advised the public to provide detailed information, such as kilometer marks and directions on highways, to help first responders quickly locate potential emergency sites and prevent delays in rescue operations.
    2023/12/07 18:10
  • TRA grilled on restroom cleanliness despite efforts

    The Legislative Yuan’s Transportation Committee discussed the 2024 budget and addressed the poor cleanliness of Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) restrooms. Despite efforts to improve, the TRA’s restrooms were ranked poorly by the Ministry of Environment. TRA Director-General Tu Wei acknowledged the issue and mentioned that local government oversight had led to improvements in most of the restrooms. However, some facilities still require further enhancements. Legislator Lin Chun-hsien criticized the TRA for ineffective use of funds, particularly in outsourcing cleaning services. Lin proposed freezing a portion of the TRA’s budget until they present a written report on restroom improvement plans. The committee resolved to freeze 10% of the TRA’s budget to ensure accountability and push for better facility maintenance and service quality.
    2023/12/04 15:16
  • Diners dash as rat disrupts meal at hotpot restaurant

    Chien Tu Banqiao Shuangshi Branch temporarily closes for comprehensive cleaning and disinfection following a rat scare that rattled diners. Hygiene concerns emerge after the incident at this popular hotpot restaurant in Taiwan.
    2023/11/26 18:04
  • Taiwan’s hospitality sector faces severe labor shortage

    Explore how Taiwan’s hospitality industry confronts severe labor shortages, with insights from industry experts on integrating migrant workers and developing strategies to meet the increasing demand in the tourism sector.
    2023/11/22 19:08
  • Taitung imposes fines to tackle alarming dog fouling

    The Taitung County Environmental Protection Bureau (TTEPB) is dealing with an increasing number of public nuisance cases related to dog poop, with 31 reports accounting for 1.53 percent of total cases from January to September 2023. The challenge for inspectors is that dog owners often leave before they arrive, making it difficult to gather evidence. Furthermore, inspectors have faced intimidation and even knife threats despite having verified evidence. In response, the TTEPB is urging dog owners to be civic-minded and bring cleaning supplies when walking their dogs. This includes leashes, poop scoops, waste bags, and water bottles.
    2023/10/26 15:26
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