The State Oceanic Administration (SOA) said on Thursday that coastal districts that intend to launch new projects should ensure that no additional pollution is caused by the developments.
A draft rule passed by Taiwan's executive body on Thursday has taken the Chinese mainland's authorized organization for handling cross-Strait affairs a step closer to being allowed to set up offices on the island.
China's investment in railway infrastructure increased 28 percent to 54.51 billion yuan (8.65 billion US dollars) in the first three months of 2013.
China's new yuan loans bettered estimates and jumped to 1.06 trillion yuan (171 billion US dollars) in March, and analysts predict the country's central bank will soon tighten credit.
Du Jiahao was appointed acting governor of central China's Hunan province on Thursday.
The Beijing High People’s Court on Thursday set up an adjudication division especially to deal with cases involving minors, aiming to provide more professional trials and better protection for juveniles.
A national standard on plasticizer levels in liquor could be implemented in the next two months, after the industry was hit by several scandals since last year, according to China Central Television news’ account on micro blog site Weibo.
The Ministry of Public Security will launch a campaign this month to curb the illegal behavior of truck drivers on expressways, the ministry said on Wednesday.
Railway authorities across China will be overhauled with the establishment of seven regional supervision and management bureaus, Chinese media reported on Thursday.
President Xi Jinping has urged the Navy to strengthen itself and integrate individual soldiers' aspirations into national hopes of reinforcing the military.