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Wednesday, 29 December 2004
  • DR1 breaks for the New Year
  • Lower energy costs in January?
  • Monetary Board approves transfer of assets
  • UASD rector: prudence with IMF accord
  • Lower car prices distort insurance payments
  • Dollar jumps higher
  • Too little, too late?
  • Fernandez reaffirms stance on drugs
  • Lawyer crosses the line
  • Hipolito: I am ready to face the lies
  • Licey dream team
Tuesday, 28 December 2004
  • Legalizing Dominicans in Panama
  • New increase in exchange commission
  • Deputies eliminate syrup tax
  • Smith-Enron re-enters electric grid
  • DA says he will look at everything
  • Police expert on penal code assists Paulino
  • Mejia knew about Paulino
  • Narco's family wants his stuff
  • Many jailed, few convicted
  • US federal charges against Paulino
  • Pop concerts and fiestas bomb
  • Dominican April Fool's Day
  • Regular season unfolding
Monday, 27 December 2004
  • IMF review : 21 January
  • Paying the foreign debt
  • Budget surplus for quasi-fiscal debt
  • Corn syrup bill to deputies
  • Subsidies to the local sugar industry
  • Conflict with Honduras
  • Time to reduce phone rates
  • New free zone wages
  • Christmas tragedies
  • Paulino to be extradited?
  • The Don lived in Julieta
  • Who's to blame for Quirino?
  • Sharing the responsibility for Quirino
  • More surprising reinstatements
  • Aguilas and Licey qualify
Wednesday, 22 December 2004
  • DR1 breaks for Christmas
  • Senate eliminates syrup tax
  • Taxes take 40% of gasoline price
  • ONG fiesta with taxpayers money
  • Bankers want more time to study measure
  • No more arrears? Not so fast...
  • GS 22 Dec update on debt restructuring
  • Another judge bites the dust
  • Police and Armed Forces in the spotlight
  • Legion of assets seized
  • El Don was key Hipolito ally
  • Questions everyone asks
  • Houses falling, literally
  • Dominican saying: "Dicho y hecho!" (Said and done!)
  • Baseball finals
Tuesday, 21 December 2004
  • Drug bust implicates ex-military
  • Official had a sheet
  • Free Zones want to know who & where
  • Danger of fireworks
  • GlobalMed goes to court
  • Public Health on back burner
  • Canada finances CDEEE projects
  • Still drilling for oil
  • Baseball
Monday, 20 December 2004
  • Hard currency reserves are up
  • Bengoa: We are all paid up
  • A hard look at what the IMF wants
  • No news on the syrup front
  • Bust nets cocaine, police colonel
  • New bridge over the Chavon
  • Bottle recycling worth RD$700 million a year
  • Widespread flooding after days of rain
  • Airfares down 30-40%
Friday, 17 December 2004
  • 2005 budget okayed by Deputies
  • Bear Stearns update on bonds
  • CONEP asks for protection
  • Risks associated with primaries
  • First case under new Penal Code
  • Police want modifications to the Penal Code
  • Rain, rain: Thousands affected in North
  • Traffic fatalities on the rise
  • New tricks to watch out for
  • Remittances and the DR studies
  • Beltre nabs US$64 million
Thursday, 16 December 2004
  • Executive Branch gets 20% of the budget
  • Gallup poll shows optimism
  • JCE: No money, no primaries
  • Civil Registry is a mess
  • Still working on syrup tax
  • Free Zones criticize proposed tax breaks
  • DR-CAFTA viewed favorably at home
  • DR to assist Belgium in drug case
  • Veras: Crimes tied to drugs and officials
  • The lowdown on the National Police
  • Santiago blanketed by smoke
  • Canada commends malaria measures
  • United begins flights to DR
  • Pedro clears physical
Wednesday, 15 December 2004
  • Operation Safe Christmas
  • Trying to organize the fireworks fiesta
  • Student Merit program resumed
  • Morales Troncoso to El Salvador
  • Air-conditioning at National Theater
  • New Dominican ambassador in Canada
  • Interest rates drop 10%
  • Ongoing investigation of civil registry
  • Bavaro resort's construction permit revoked
  • Playa Grande sale disputed
  • Haunted house has residents up in arms
  • Worms get their day
  • Educators needed
Tuesday, 14 December 2004
  • Row over compensation package
  • Government surplus for quasi-fiscal deficit
  • Transport rates drop
  • New penal code for Alvarez Renta
  • Portela cleared
  • Exploiting Haitian misery
  • Promoting Dominican business in Florida
  • Pedro to the Mets?
Monday, 13 December 2004
  • Senator Dodd visits Fernandez
  • Bilingual education in public schools
  • Great turnout for computer sale
  • Malaria under control
  • Inflation drops in November
  • Borrowing to pay the foreign debt
  • Yandra Portela vs DGII?
  • Vote for FTA and IMF
  • Where did the US$25M go?
  • DR defeats Puerto Rico in All-Star Game
Friday, 10 December 2004
  • Officials quell malaria concerns
  • Mega-deal involves Caucedo terminal
  • Freeze on electricity rates?
  • Tax breaks displease IMF
  • RD$10 billion to hit the streets
  • Metro system project criticized
  • PRD leaders take stock
  • Major fraud at Civil Registry
  • Top-level police commission named
  • Plenty of change
  • News FLASH: beer by the liter
Thursday, 09 December 2004
  • Digital Prez, digital country
  • PRD members want new leadership
  • "Fiscal sacrifice" for the FTA
  • EDEs to return RD$11 million for over-billing
  • Supreme Court fires judge
  • Cardinal blasts police
  • Military rounds up 300 Haitians
  • Misbehaving in the Middle East
  • Canada reacts to malaria in the DR
  • New plant discovered in the DR
Wednesday, 08 December 2004
  • President Fernandez in NYC and Miami
  • Government payroll way too big
  • More reserves than IMF asked for
  • Education is the priority?
  • Generous concessions for sugar tax
  • Lots of dough for NGOs
  • La Vega: An example to follow
  • PRD survey findings released
  • De Camps wants change of JCE judges
  • Transparency in government finances
  • Attorney General alert
  • Stealing even ferronickel
  • Only two patrol cars for the coast
  • Arts and crafts fair
  • Miss Dominican Republic returns
Tuesday, 07 December 2004
  • Fernandez at Energy Forum
  • Major changes in Police
  • Malecon Christmas tree
  • JCE grumbles about budget cut
  • Public hospital strike called off
  • Artibonite project to start 15 December
  • Focus on university drop-outs
  • Marte vs. Hubieres
  • Land of chaos
  • Dominicans drink more rum and beer
Monday, 06 December 2004
  • Where will the money go?
  • Significant fuel savings
  • Abusive power bills
  • Taking time with the FTA
  • Shopping for a new car
  • Boom in telecom
  • Political party dirty laundry
  • He stole only one bus
Friday, 03 December 2004
  • DR to be a model for anti-corruption?
  • Fernandez travels to the USA
  • National Dialogue agrees on changes to law
  • Troops from PUJ and AILA transferred
  • Expenses eat up 72% of income
  • Central Bank auctions outdo expectations
  • GS on investors' presentation
  • Moving forward for the FTA
  • Frontier to get airports
  • US will deport, France jails sex offenders
  • Creative marketing
  • Prevention urged for malaria
Thursday, 02 December 2004
  • Two new ships
  • CEA: "You have until Monday"
  • Ministry rejects AIDS discrimination
  • Army takes to the frontier
  • Cardinal: Not the time for strikes
  • Fiscal revenues affected by appreciation
  • IMF vs. WTO over exchange commission
  • Housing prices stay high in spite of lower dollar
  • Dilemmas: An editorial by Adriano Tejada
  • New shopping mall in the Mona Passage
  • It's Christmas in Customs
Wednesday, 01 December 2004
  • Leonel and Danilo differ on primaries
  • Mega-government?
  • Bear Stearns update on the DR
  • Explaining the appreciation of the peso
  • Christmas salary
  • Parking is good business
  • Release for Johnny Morales
  • Police kill Punta Rucia assailant
  • Pick-pockets in supermarkets
Tuesday, 30 November 2004
  • Fernandez on his first 100 days
  • What the DR wants with the IMF
  • National Budget: RD$200 billion
  • Power rates go up
  • Hypertrophy in government continues
  • Budget not needed for Primary Law
  • President Fernandez in the USA
  • Living without plantains
  • Assault news distorted
  • New model for tourism needed
Monday, 29 November 2004
  • President Leonel Fernandez to speak today
  • President Fernandez tries punctuality
  • US$1,500 in gifts for Christmas
  • Mejia should be questioned in Renove case
  • Law of Primaries cost RD$70 million
  • PRD seeks unity
  • Sanchez Baret protests
  • Government's free hand criticized
  • Dominicans send back the most
  • On the Punta Rucia assault
  • Deep sea divers: One dead, two missing
  • Escogido defeats Licey, 21-2!
  • Felix Sanchez backs athletics in schools
  • It's been freezing cold in Constanza
Friday, 26 November 2004
  • Leonel: Wait until next year
  • IMF Accord will bring taxes and sacrifices
  • CONEP and the IMF
  • JCE: Cut expenses and limit campaigns
  • New tax on tourism postponed
  • Dominican Republic™
  • South Africa and the DR
  • Chamber wants transport syndicate leaders
  • RIP Sergeant Cabrerita
  • Gunmen besiege busload of tourists
  • Street closure causes chaos
  • Women turn out to protest
Thursday, 25 November 2004
  • Government and IMF come to terms
  • Pinalito Dam underway
  • Rock ash penalties ordered
  • Sustainable tourism for human development
  • Badia: "I was just following orders"
  • Dominguez Brito speaks out on Renove
  • Sergeant "Cabrerita" gunned down
  • International Day of Non-Violence Against Women
  • US$30 million a month on electricity
  • Baseball anyone? Anyone?
Wednesday, 24 November 2004
  • Commerzbank update
  • Garbage disposal agreement
  • Herrera to relocate?
  • Asonahores against US$5 air tax
  • Small hotels fear bankruptcy
  • CONEP board
  • US revokes visas of Renove men
  • Politics in the Renove case
  • Condoms are "in"
Tuesday, 23 November 2004
  • Reinventing the Fernandez government?
  • Bill & Hillary Clinton visit
  • Environment vs. gravel extractors
  • Disasters plan
  • Wage increase starts 28 November
  • New rule is good for footwear exports
  • Another CMD strike
  • Former military chief in Renove case
  • Antonio Marte wants others in the case
  • Where is Johnny Morales?
  • Watch the future stars
Monday, 22 November 2004
  • Senators break, despite FTA urgency
  • Sugar Daddy Decadence
  • Push for clusters
  • Reinventing government talk
  • A plea for peace and quiet
  • And email for all
  • Beer prices drop
  • Plan Renove officials released from jail
  • Johnny Morales' purchase contracts
  • DR stars in Taekwondo Pan Ams
Friday, 19 November 2004
  • President travels to Costa Rica
  • Ministry of Health rejects proposal
  • Commerzbank update
  • Rangel wants Bush to help the DR
  • Bautista calls Senate to Saturday session
  • European funds not reaching frontier
  • Price Control agents search Santiago
  • Judge in murder case suspended
  • Off to jail they go
Thursday, 18 November 2004
  • President halts recovery of heavy equipment
  • Ministry to combat child prostitution
  • AES sale controversy
  • Budget at RD$180 billion for 2005
  • IMF does not like tax exemptions
  • Congress approves money transfer
  • Prices to go down
  • Pending grades
  • More US visas revoked
  • Gruesome recovery work continues
Wednesday, 17 November 2004
  • What the IMF wants
  • Customs to go after mobile smuggling
  • 25% tax on corn syrup needs to go
  • Deputies ratify their wage increase
  • Another Mejia administration officer to the Senate
  • AES deal questioned
  • Supermarket price wars
  • RD$27-RD$31 to US$1 rate in 2005
  • Tragedy at sea
  • Vladimir Guerrero: AL MVP
Tuesday, 16 November 2004
  • No more taxes until 2006
  • Consumers to pay more for power
  • Push for organic farming
  • City mayor tries again
  • AES sells shares to another company
  • Nobel Laureate in the DR
  • Freezing temperatures in La Vega
  • A Dominican is likely to win AL MVP
Monday, 15 November 2004
  • Budget set at RD$37 to US$1
  • Tax collections up
  • Extraditions authorized
  • Deportees need to be studied
  • Wanted by the FBI, apprehended in the DR
  • Duarte Bridge to be repaired
  • Air-conditioning for National Theater
  • Legislators to gain most from wage increase
  • Fundraising for Dominican children with cancer
  • Pan American Taekwondo Championship
Friday, 12 November 2004
  • Duarte Bridge
  • CONEP and unions finally agree
  • Monetary board modifies costs of CDs
  • Ministry of Commerce: No excuse for high prices
  • AMET will heed court order
  • Accounting office says Ede-Este took RD$2 billion
  • Poll shows public preference
  • Que se dice I
  • Que se dice II
  • Dredge the Ozama, a cruise ship is coming!
Thursday, 11 November 2004
  • Leonel's eye on one-digit inflation for 2005
  • Medics not a privileged class
  • Government wage hike will cost RD$8 billion
  • IMF goes to Congress on '05 Budget
  • Guiliani wants to get closer to China
  • Government pays another US$17 million
  • Agripino "once again into the fray"
  • Supreme Court clips AMET's wings
  • Poultry producers earn RD$629 million during crisis
  • Country could lose thousands of jobs
  • Clerics: no impunity in Higuey
Wednesday, 10 November 2004
  • Delegation from China visits
  • Chamber of Deputies moves on wage increase
  • Jorge Subero against constitutional reform
  • Law 28-01 in the limelight
  • What's the real worth of the peso?
  • Cheaper chicken for Christmas
  • DR makes The Financial Times
  • DR to support Central American OAS candidate
  • Scholarships at Rockefeller University
  • Liposuction death
Tuesday, 09 November 2004
  • Loans sent to Congress
  • Labor to study wage increase resolution
  • Peso allowed to climb to fill financial gap?
  • DR-US trade
  • More irregular freight containers
  • Edgar Contreras is news again
  • Dominicans to US collegiate basketball teams
  • Pedro says Boston is his first choice
  • Local baseball league standing
Monday, 08 November 2004
  • Venezuela and DR oil agreement
  • Offer to help improve US-Venezuela relations
  • DR to borrow for aqueducts and dam
  • Group of Rio takes on Haitian cause
  • Administering the news in doses
  • Reducing the need to print money
  • Inflation up
  • Opposing obligatory salary wage increase
  • Major decline in fuel prices
  • Major appreciation of the peso
  • Minister of Environment of Italy visits
  • Kidnapped boy returned
  • Car robberies up
  • Real Madrid to train Dominican players
  • Negocios son negocios opens 18 November
Friday, 05 November 2004
  • Leonel wants Aristide included in Haitian talks
  • Unions get tough with wage pact
  • Construction wages up 82.5%
  • Billions of dollars return to DR
  • Goldman Sachs update on DR debt
  • Cities demand their equipment and their cops
  • A new wave of blackouts for DR
  • Funds urged for maritime security
  • Today's political cartoon: Diogenes & Boquechivo
  • De Buena Tinta: Hertell's parting shot
  • Anger in San Rafael de Yuma
  • Royal wedding in La Romana
Thursday, 04 November 2004
  • Conep challenges salary pact
  • Hugo Chavez to visit for a day
  • Deputies want to divvy up the pie
  • Primaries law is "absurd"
  • In favor of municipal autonomy
  • Doctors decide to strike
  • Free Zones: Change or die
  • Eating 67 pounds of chicken a year
  • Police update
  • Dominicans win in US election
Wednesday, 03 November 2004
  • Fernandez takes his third trip abroad
  • Venezuela's Chavez to visit
  • The Bahamas reaches out to DR
  • Smuggling operation
  • DGII instates check for ITBIS
  • Against military patrolling streets
  • What it costs to legally own a gun
  • Lack of controls at border
  • Senate moves on minimum wage increase
  • Canadian support for the Dream Project
  • Film-making boom
  • Meet the winners
Tuesday, 02 November 2004
  • Carlos Dore on the 50,000 new jobs
  • Blackouts to cost more
  • Disarming the politicians?
  • The traveling electoral judges
  • Father Rogelio and the cardinal clash
  • Don't shut down Colonial City
Monday, 01 November 2004
  • Loans from Brazil, Venezuela
  • Helicopter carrying police chief crashes
  • Closing the municipal police
  • Wage increase to be paid on 30 November
  • Central Bank net reserves improve
  • Commerzbank on the DR
  • Bear Stearns October update
  • Thousands of jobs for the PLD?
  • Cell phone boom
  • Bonanza for Scotiabank
  • Fuss over Colonial City nightlife
Friday, 29 October 2004
  • Fernandez to Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela
  • Challenging the primaries law
  • Push for salary pact compliance
  • Special laws tie President's hands
  • IMF team leaves today, some progress made
  • And while we're talking electricity..
  • New rules for arms possession
  • UNPD will contribute strategies
  • Tariff to help DR's banana industry
  • David Ortiz on Wheaties box
Thursday, 28 October 2004
  • Government and IMF hold long talks
  • DR has the money to pay debt
  • Ministry of Labor says 25% increase is law
  • EDEs will sue
  • The mayors and the garbage dump
  • Thousands indicted on drug charges
  • Extradition papers now ready
  • Nearly RD$1 million a day to political parties
  • String of accusations in San Rafael de Yuma
  • Dominican-American National Roundtable 2005
  • Dominicans take the World Series to heart
Wednesday, 27 October 2004
  • Wage increase controversy
  • Only PRD favors primaries extravaganza
  • Cement prices drop
  • V Grand Caribbean Business Forum
  • San Rafael de Yuma scandal update
  • Probe of AA flight 587 blames co-pilot
  • Sporting News names Dominican All Stars
  • Sox in the hands of Dominicans
Tuesday, 26 October 2004
  • Going after import tax evaders
  • Ministry of Labor announces 2005 holidays
  • Vaccinating school children
  • JCE wants RD$750 million for primaries
  • Eight new ambassadors
  • UN study shows increased poverty
  • Traffic moves through Chavon
  • Nagua's bridge restored
  • Make up your minds
  • Police officers get clearance
  • Scandal in San Rafael de Yuma
  • Pedro pitches tonight
Monday, 25 October 2004
  • IMF demands more discipline
  • Cocco denounces RD$100-billion tax evasion
  • Fuel consumption a hot issue
  • DR's agroforestry industry
  • Salary Commission to study areas of tourism
  • Jaragua deal cost country millions
  • Police Council purges 118
  • US authorities looking at former officials
  • National Dialogue cites causes of violence
  • Papal Nuncio argues in favor of the family
  • UCLA in Santo Domingo
  • World Series: Game 1
  • World Series Game 2
Friday, 22 October 2004
  • Venezuela will finance exports to DR
  • New minimum wages
  • Jaragua Hotel under the microscope
  • DR macroeconomic numbers improve
  • Charlie Rangel jabs at Bush Administration
  • New Migration director looking at travel mob
  • FINJUS wants change in Supreme Court
  • Lack of legal knowledge
  • PLD mob sacks hospital
  • Hipolito to have his foundation?
  • Another Dominican MVP
  • Play Ball!
Thursday, 21 October 2004
  • President confident of overcoming crisis
  • Government pays millions for electricity
  • Talk about salaries
  • Subsidized propane being diverted
  • Consumer law encounters opposition
  • DR has time on HFCS issue
  • DEPRECO after lazy deputies
  • The country is among most corrupt
  • More forced retirements in the police
  • BOSTON goes HISTORIC!!
Wednesday, 20 October 2004
  • Wage increase proposals
  • Justifying the community college model
  • Spain grants EUR150 million soft loan
  • Bear Stearns 20 October update
  • PRSC opposes tax money for primaries
  • US DR-CAFTA assessment
  • AES denies violation of Electricity Law
  • Plaza Lama and Customs reach agreement
  • Bring on Game 7
Tuesday, 19 October 2004
  • Community college for ITLA
  • Tax collections slow
  • IMF mission visits
  • Bear Stearns update on DR matters
  • AES production violates original Electricity Law
  • Power service improves
  • Bahia de las Aguilas plans?
  • Zoellick pushes to eliminate corn syrup tax
  • DR is less competitive
  • A deal is struck?
  • Big spending projected for JCE
  • Politics, the best business in the DR
  • More names of officers who used stolen cars
  • David Ortiz does it again
Monday, 18 October 2004
  • New Youth Code
  • RD$150 billion budgeted for 2005?
  • Focus on Plaza Lama
  • Spanish investors visit
  • Traffic back over Chavon River
  • Bahia de las Aguilas to be developed?
  • Big fire at Ciudad Ganadera
  • RD$11.7 million for Andy
  • Pedro's night
Friday, 15 October 2004
  • Government subsidies hit RD$21.3 billion
  • Ministry of Public Health withdraws drugs
  • Deputies look to modify new Penal Code
  • Despite hoopla, wage package not yet a done deal
  • Accounting office questions RD$137 million
  • AES gets some money
  • Commerzbank positive on DR
  • ECLAC warns the DR on watersheds
  • Wild West-style shootout in Villa Vasquez
  • Brugal believes in its people
  • Albert Pujols leads Cards over Astros
Thursday, 14 October 2004
  • Venezuela loans the DR US$39 million
  • Dollar deposits increase by 78%
  • Senate approves 30% pay raise
  • AES and CDEEE go at it
  • Bear Stearns on DR sovereign debt talks
  • JCE signs up new technologies
  • Armed Forces contract for US$76 million
  • A tidbit on the Parador del Mar
  • Former government took in RD$4.0 billion
  • DR truck drivers to Iraq?
  • Juvenile prostitution a problem in the Cibao
  • Six injured in flood relief chaos
  • Pedro loses, Pujols helps Cardinals win
Wednesday, 13 October 2004
  • Government seeks US$250 million to pay debts
  • Cutting the payroll
  • Improving Duquesa garbage dump
  • US legislators speak out for Dominicans
  • Venezuela & DR petrol talks
  • AES Andres out, Cogentrix in
  • Wages have already been increased
  • Violence touches motoconchistas
  • Why the wave of violence?
  • The wine of Neiba
  • All eyes on Pedro Martinez
  • Miller American GT Challenge
Tuesday, 12 October 2004
  • DR supports FTAA to Miami
  • IMF agreement to resume in November
  • Goldman Sachs on state of the DR economy
  • Blackouts to intensify?
  • Aerodom under the magnifying glass
  • Aerodom responds
  • Masses of police agents put on patrol
  • Porn site scandal
  • Forceful stop to departure of a businessman
  • Boquechivo, the movie
  • Sox vs Yankees
Monday, 11 October 2004
  • President Fernandez in Miami
  • Armed Forces Minister, a man of his own mind
  • Deputy secretaries issue
  • Money for politics, less for health or education
  • Accusations and counteraccusations
  • Fuel saving urgent
  • Oligopoly in the exchange market
  • Inflation down
  • Guaroa Liranzo suit put aside
  • The case of the BMW station wagon
  • Braces for leading drug trafficker
  • 4,222 Dominicans deported in first half year
  • Go ahead for Monte Plata games?
  • Miss World candidate
Friday, 08 October 2004
  • Basque companies headed to DR
  • Government takes over Las Americas parador
  • Government Accounting Office after Renove
  • Out with the old and corrupt
  • Former police generals ordered to stay put
  • UNDP questions DR-CAFTA
  • US$50 million for every dollar increased
  • Late payments chief issue with Paris Club
  • Paradise without coconuts?
  • DR reduces infant mortality
  • Darkened windscreens are out
  • Detour for San Francisco de Macoris
  • Furcal Saves the Braves
Thursday, 07 October 2004
  • US$35 million loan to Congress
  • IMF sees some improvements
  • Venezuelan oil must be between nations
  • Just 1% registered
  • Still too many generals
  • Police Chief says cleanup of the NP coming
  • PRD denies link to crime
  • Hatuey, senators discuss PRD unity
  • Wage talks to resume
  • People's Republic of China to buy Falconbridge?
  • Pedro and Manny shine in the playoffs
Wednesday, 06 October 2004
  • New welfare program launched
  • Biarritz Forum in Santo Domingo
  • WTO rules against exchange surcharge
  • Less hours of blackouts
  • Discount on imported machinery
  • Bear Stearns comment on DR
  • Goldman Sachs on the DR
  • Cardinal calls for purging of Police
  • Proof to accuse former police officers
  • Leads to a stolen car
  • Did the employees steal the RD$25 million?
  • Millionaire cocaine contraband caught
  • Dominican designer wins in Puerto Rico
Tuesday, 05 October 2004
  • US supports fight against HIV/AIDS
  • Explaining tax reform
  • Wages up in 2004
  • Barge offers transport over Chavon
  • Peso schizofrenia
  • Military have key role in people trafficking
  • Former Police chief on case of stolen vehicles
  • Focus on Baninter media in court
  • Dominicans in the playoffs
Monday, 04 October 2004
  • Watchmen as teachers?
  • Environmental Minister speaks up
  • Advancing to restore the IMF agreement
  • Wage adjustment is retroactive to January
  • Fuel and currency prices
  • Beer and cigarettes to cost more
  • Telecom services to cost more
  • Trade with China up
  • Bitter corn syrup
  • Legislator's son assaulted
  • Precision in reporting on Dominicans abroad
  • Homecoming for a national hero
Friday, 01 October 2004
  • President requests amendment
  • More dollars for lights
  • RD$70 billion in certificates
  • Tax Department goes after cheaters
  • Good news for real estate
  • Bottom falls out of the dollar market
  • School desk scandal unfolds in Santiago
  • The INVI scandal
  • One arrested, two under investigation
  • The alligator is now safe in the zoo
  • Super Sanchez to arrive on Sunday
  • A glorious year for DR baseball
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