The cabinet has announced a plan to offer families a one-off subsidy payment for each child.
The new cabinet, led by Premier Chen Chien-jen, as well as Secretary-General to the President Lin Chia-lung and other new Presidential Office appointees, have been sworn into office.
The Executive Yuan has approved a 12-point incentive programme aimed at raising the number of nurses nationwide by providing higher salaries and a sound environment to address an acute workforce shortage.
Minister without Portfolio Audrey Tang is encouraging the public to pre-order their government-issued stimulus vouchers and to choose the digital format if possible to avoid long lines when they are made available from tomorrow.
The cabinet is pledging NT$1 billion in funding for a programme the government hopes will help ease labour shortages faced by the tourism, hospitality, logistics and agricultural sectors.
The cabinet is accepting an agreed reduction of NT$25.5 billion from the government's proposed 2021 budget after lawmakers from the ruling and opposition parties reached a consensus on budgetary cuts during their ongoing negotiations.
The cabinet has approved the central government's proposed 2022 budget of NT$2.2391 trillion
Premier Su Zhen-chang is touting the record-high budget for national defence, education and raising birth rates next year
Premier Su Tseng-chang says the Executive Yuan is introducing a new employee disaster insurance bill.
The cabinet has approved a NT$2.88 trillion central government general budget plan for next year.
Keelung Mayor Hsieh Kuo-liang says he plans to file an administrative appeal against a cabinet decision to revoke approval of a local referendum on building a liquefied natural gas terminal in the city.
The cabinet has approved a proposal for the use of NT$380 billion in tax surplus to boost the island's economy.
The cabinet says it has now allocated the bulk of the government's special NT$150 billion coronavirus relief and revitalization budget.
The cabinet says the face mask mandate will likely remain in place until the end of this year.
The cabinet has approved draft amendments to the Nationality Act to ease residency requirements for foreign professionals applying for naturalisation.
The cabinet has approved draft amendments to the Copyright Act and Trademark Act
The cabinet is proposing amendments to the Political Archives Act and the Classified National Security Information Protection Act to allow political archives from Taiwan's authoritarian past to be made public.
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen was inaugurated for a second four-year presidential term today together with Vice President Lai Ching-de. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that 92 foreign dignitaries from 41 countries congratulated President Tsai Ing-wen on her inauguration via pre-recorded video messages.
The cabinet is hoping to cut the number of fatalities caused by road accidents by 30% by 2030 under a new scheme unveiled by the Executive Yuan.
The cabinet is requesting lawmakers approve a one-year extension of the government's special coronavirus relief act and its associated budget through 30 June of next year
The Cabinet has approved a proposal to spend NT$1.34 billion for the cryptographic splitting of cloud-stored data from 18 key infrastructure management systems.
Households with a combined annual income below NT$1.2 million and an original home loan of no more than NT$8.5 million are now eligible for a NT$30,000 mortgage subsidy.
The cabinet says the upcoming round of government stimulus vouchers will not require an upfront payment - meaning the NT$5,000 in vouchers will be issued to residents free of charge.
The cabinet has approved the construction of the Xizhi to Donghu MRT Line.
Taiwan's cabinet has approved a draft amendment to a foreign talent act as part of government efforts to relax regulations governing foreign professionals in the country will attract more such talent.
The cabinet is warning that a possible global economic downturn will affect Taiwan.
Premier Su Tseng-chang led the cabinet to resign en masse earlier today ahead of President Tsai Ing-wen's 20 May inauguration.
The cabinet is set to approve a draft bill that seeks to ban individuals convicted of involvement in organized crime, money laundering, drug-related offenses, and illegal possession of guns or knives from running for public office.
Taiwan's cabinet has passed a proposed amendment to the Civil Code to lower the legal age of majority to 18 from 20.
The Cabinet has approved a proposal to allocate NT$30 billion over the coming five years for the development of Taiwan's national languages
The cabinet has passed a series of draft amendments aimed at attracting foreign professionals to Taiwan, while also better protecting family reunification rights and increasing penalties for immigration-related offenses.
The Cabinet is banning all government employees from using TikTok and other Chinese streaming services that could compromise cybersecurity systems in their offices and buildings.
Taiwan's cabinet has approved a proposal to allocate an additional NT$160 billion in funding for coronavirus relief and prevention.
The cabinet has proposed a bill to encourage healthy eating by promoting the teaching of nutritional knowledge in schools and medical institutions.
The cabinet on Thursday approved a plan for the Ministry of Education (MOE) to set up 10 overseas offices, many in Southeast Asian countries, and launch a host of new degree programmes with the goal of attracting and retaining thousands of international students in Taiwan by 2030.
The cabinet has approved draft legal amendments to rein in real estate speculation
Taiwan's cabinet has banned government agencies from using the popular video-conferencing software Zoom.
The cabinet has approved a policy plan on prenatal care, infertility treatment and parental leave as part of its efforts to tackle Taiwan's low fertility rate.
The cabinet has approved an amendment to the Development of the Cultural and Creative Industries Act as part of government efforts to crackdown on ticket scalpers.
Taiwan will maintain its current border restrictions, including a weekly arrivals cap of 25,000, for the time being, due to concerns over rising case numbers globally and the newest Omicron subvariants
Taiwan's cabinet has allocated an additional NT$79.2 billion in funding for the procurement and development of coronavirus vaccines.
The cabinet has approved a chip plan that will see the government inject NT$300 billion over 10 years to boost industrial innovation.
The cabinet has approved a draft amendment to the Commodity Tax Act aimed at extending the current commodity tax reduction period for buyers of new heavy-duty diesel vehicles until the end of 2026.
The cabinet has signed off on new guidelines for the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) within the public sector.
The cabinet on Wednesday approved a pay freeze for government employees, public school teachers and military personnel for 2023
The cabinet has approved a draft bill aimed at allowing people who are in Taiwan to vote outside their constituencies during national referendums
The cabinet has held an extraordinary meeting to discuss the possible economic impact of the Russia-Ukraine crisis on Taiwan