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Thursday, 28 December 2006
  • DR1 breaks for the New Year
  • 2007 is Year of the Book
  • President and former PM
  • Budget goes to Congress
  • Fiscal reform soon law
  • Forcing contraband
  • Legislators approve metro money
  • No drinking and driving
  • Still in the dark
  • Senasa ironies
  • The failing talk of politicians
  • Good news for retirees
  • EU repatriates Dominicans
  • Attempted murder case moves slowly
  • Taking a chance at sea
  • Datocentro must pay
  • Baseball update
  • Baseball Round Robin
Wednesday, 27 December 2006
  • Tax reform goes to committee
  • Senate passes austerity bill
  • New health superintendent
  • Secretaria de Hacienda
  • IDB hands over US$40 million
  • Money for the metro
  • DR invests minimum in education
  • Drinking relaxed for holidays
  • Electoral Board hit hard by fake IDs
  • DR trade deficit grows
  • Free zones
  • Christmas toll down from 2005
  • Incest may have incited murder
  • More arrested in jewelry heist
  • Baseball Wrap Up
Thursday, 21 December 2006
  • DR1 breaks for the holidays
  • Dominican Day
  • Politics a la dominicana
  • Money for power
  • Aviation bill passes
  • Reform to the Chamber of Deputies
  • Beer tax still too high
  • Where's the rest of the report?
  • Hair program talk
  • Drug sentencing "a farce"
  • Progress in pensions fraud case?
  • Credit card fraud caught
  • Taiwan to fund burns unit
  • Murder sentence lifted
  • Firefighters don't return
  • Jobs for Haiti
  • Baseball update
  • A taste of Christmas
Wednesday, 20 December 2006
  • IMF and DR reach understanding
  • Family Health Plan gets green light
  • The inside story of the meeting
  • Senate passes tax plan
  • RD$300 million for National Library
  • Yipetocracia
  • New government auditors
  • An expensive political fight
  • Opposition to premature campaigning
  • President distributes Christmas boxes
  • Betting on LNG?
  • INTEL inside?
  • Delta Airlines fights breast cancer
  • AMET handed out 1,700 per day
  • Serious crime down for 2006
  • Shakira shakes the stadium
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 19 December 2006
  • JCE reduces cost of services
  • Appealing to Dominican women?
  • Fiscal reform to Senate today
  • Out of sight, out of mind
  • Fiscal reforms for Christmas
  • PetroCaribe agreement renewed
  • Pensions scandal: I did my part...
  • Solidarity reveals ID problem
  • DNI reveals JCE culprits
  • Prosecutors appeal judge's decision
  • Technical problems affect phones
  • Ash case will go to court
  • Imposter caught, hostages let go
  • US donates equipment
  • German measles goal reached
  • Shakira's here
  • The pride of Guachupita
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 18 December 2006
  • Government to increase school spending
  • Government to save a lot on subsidy cut
  • 28-01 is safe for now
  • Alvarez Bogaert criticizes DR tax policies
  • Leon Group warns of less tax income
  • More fly ash than previously thought
  • Generators owed US$100 million
  • Valdez gets a clean up
  • Results from the Hamilton-Listin Poll
  • Mourning Marco Midence
  • Baseball update
Friday, 15 December 2006
  • Public opinion governs
  • The Lion king
  • Dominicans on re-election
  • President presents choices
  • More consular reductions
  • HOMS 2007
  • Continued growth
  • GLP details
  • Reform still not accepted
  • Manning on the reform
  • Get your walking shoes
  • JCE cuts excess spending
  • Electricity credit
  • Get those US passports
  • US pedophile caught
  • More drugs
  • Gas explosion injures many
  • Felle does good work
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 14 December 2006
  • 2007 budget
  • Tax department reminder
  • Presidential gallery
  • Responding to business
  • Central Bank details
  • Savings and loans troubles
  • More money for JCE, please
  • Who's to blame?
  • Political strong-arm: Part II
  • First Lady fares well in poll
  • Danilo, Candelier in 2008
  • Looking to stop re-election
  • Drug bust
  • Sextuplets doing well
  • Baseball updates
Wednesday, 13 December 2006
  • Fernandez fares well in poll
  • Coastline use to be regulated
  • UNDP to draw concessionaire rulings
  • New airfields and Isabela's success
  • Bad grades for power companies
  • Fixed wages for Civil Registrar Officers
  • Business insists on no more taxes
  • New free zone companies
  • More firings in free zones
  • A plea for Rio San Juan
  • JCE to monitor primaries
  • High ranking for Jose Tomas Perez
  • The PLD pre-candidates
Tuesday, 12 December 2006
  • Error leads to concern
  • Debating the reform
  • IMF postpones revision
  • World Bank gives loan
  • Customs: It's us or them
  • Response to the congressional mission
  • DR-CAFTA "not in jeopardy"
  • Japanese donation
  • Dominican American in Florida election
  • Collapse and the DR
  • Complicity in power cables theft
  • Goico can't leave
  • JCE swindled
  • Penal code needs change
  • Foreign drug dealers released
  • In & out
  • Gooooooooooooooal!
  • Cops? Where?
  • Political strong-arm
  • Baseball news
Monday, 11 December 2006
  • New beach for Cabarete
  • Morales asks US to care for Haiti
  • US mission on the bateyes
  • Irregular Dominican consuls
  • Cops work for Safe Christmas
  • New hospital working hard
  • ED medications will require Rx
  • Abreu pleads for border
  • Asonahores on incentives law
  • Rectors want high priority for education
  • Oil spill cleaned up
  • DR imports tons of pepper
  • Danger for DR banana markets
  • Lots of places to gamble
  • Baseball
Friday, 08 December 2006
  • DR ready for DR-CAFTA
  • Studying the DR-CAFTA
  • DR and Mercosur
  • The Junta in the US
  • Lockward fired
  • Customs bust
  • Doctors get their money
  • Salomon gets apology
  • Bribery still a problem
  • Confidence in government
  • Resolution sputters
  • Diesel tax to affect all business
  • AIRD opposes wishy-washy austerity
  • US surgeons help Dominican children
  • DNCD makes more arrests
  • Spelling bee champ
  • Big Papi has a big heart
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 07 December 2006
  • Fernandez inaugurates San Juan projects
  • RD$4.5 billion for Christmas
  • Opposition to the reform
  • Austerity doubts
  • Car cost to increase
  • FTZ in trouble
  • PetroCaribe explanation request
  • Intolerance in the government
  • Sugar cane without Haitians
  • Doctors' strike over
  • Harvard and Unibe
  • Give him his job back
  • Bad news for beer drinkers
  • Cable caused telecom problems
  • Nine children die from stray bullets
  • Increase in poverty
  • Baseball updates
Wednesday, 06 December 2006
  • President enacts Protection Law
  • What are these new taxes?
  • AIRD okays speech, but...
  • JCE to fire 1,000
  • Tourism and free zones help the rich
  • Need water
  • Dominicans getting fatter?
  • Topco allies with Cuesta
  • Cops jail group that tricked travelers
  • Baseball
Tuesday, 05 December 2006
  • Let's talk reform
  • Reasons for the deficit
  • Speculation is king
  • France lends a hand
  • Clearing things up
  • Indotel inaugurates centers
  • Leonel Fernandez, the street vendor
  • SOMO case heats up
  • Counterfeit currency in Santiago
  • It's OK to steal?
  • Tying up mules
  • Jail for murderers
  • Praia re-opens
  • Investment for Miches
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 04 December 2006
  • Fernandez to address the nation tonight
  • Solar power to get a boost
  • Verizon paid US$170 million
  • Coal-fired generators still up in the air
  • CDEEE submits proposal for law
  • Autopista Duarte detour
  • Airports get ready for Christmas crush
  • Nice work if you can get it
  • Police solve kidnapping and murder
  • Unions halt traffic to the Cibao
  • Counterfeiters caught
  • Baseball
Friday, 01 December 2006
  • Verizon agreement reached
  • Fiscal reform announcement
  • Cutting costs
  • Metro section finished
  • DR again offers to help Haiti
  • Leonel vs. Medina 2007?
  • Law hasn't been applied
  • DR-CAFTA congressional visit
  • Coral to Globalia talks
  • Ugly scenes as bus service halted
  • Wait to be illegal
  • Drug bust
  • World AIDS day
  • Jazzy's owners in jail
  • He's back
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 30 November 2006
  • Fernandez meets with investors
  • IDB loan
  • Doctors suspended
  • Army birthday
  • Same old problem
  • Mums the word
  • Price checks on the way
  • New leader for Conep
  • Thieves in the night
  • It wasn't worth it
  • Hope for drug addicts
  • Couple rescued
  • March against AIDS
  • What crisis?
  • Marcos Diaz
  • More Gallup
  • Joan Jett at Hard Rock
  • Baseball updates
Wednesday, 29 November 2006
  • Fernandez to address the nation, again
  • CONEP and the IMF did not meet
  • Chicks for toy guns
  • Senate advances on DR-CAFTA
  • Law deans propose changes to the SCJ
  • Michelen defends territorial law
  • Today's favorites for 2008
  • Hertell's "other" comments
  • High operating costs take many off line
  • Verizon and government still talking
  • Administrator arrested in Jazzy fire
  • Shakira tickets
  • Baseball stuff
  • Last night's games
Tuesday, 28 November 2006
  • Leonel will visit US
  • Music Museum
  • "Eco Red" launched
  • What's happened to Leonel?
  • Fiscal reform update
  • Debt: an obstacle for solutions
  • No to illegal children
  • Increased protection
  • Coming out against homosexuality
  • Nightclub tragedy
  • Austrian citizen murdered
  • Viva el Merengue winner
  • Baseball news
Monday, 27 November 2006
  • Government spending overload
  • Industry to talk to IMF
  • No new loans
  • JCE to reduce charges
  • Snow in Santo Domingo?
  • Low rent
  • New maritime limits controversy
  • Hertell's remarks upset many
  • Latest Gallup-Hoy poll
  • Dominican priorities
  • Convicted, not jailed
  • Sextuplets nearing birthday
  • Viva el Merengue final
  • Winter league baseball
Friday, 24 November 2006
  • Renewable energy
  • Awarding quality
  • Modernizing the JCE
  • AIRD proposed spending cuts
  • 30% education deficit
  • DR: second to last place
  • The high cost of reckless driving
  • Vimenca details
  • Police rescue minor
  • Tourist thief caught
  • Getting ready
  • The Vanessa Foundation
  • Using biometrics
  • Baseball scores and standings
  • Rossellini film festival
Thursday, 23 November 2006
  • Looking for help
  • Conep: were are not convinced
  • Seasonal hotel operation?
  • DR-CAFTA still not ready
  • Farewell, Hertell
  • Helping to stop terrorists
  • JCE news
  • Who's who at the JCE
  • Sosa's highway moving along
  • Centennial subsidiary sold
  • A tourist influx
  • Piantini thieves caught
  • Vimenca gets robbed
  • Alert: Green
  • Day after pill as contraceptive
  • Shakira at the Olimpico
  • Dominican volleyball sneaks medal
  • Baseball scores and standings
Wednesday, 22 November 2006
  • Leonel and the Haitian border
  • Need for attention to Haitian migration
  • Another $150 million loan
  • JCE judges announced
  • Senate turns down new province
  • Deputies recess for the rest of the week
  • Cheap politics affects the energy sector
  • A call for austerity not taxes
  • Unnecessary government posts
  • More kids with pensions
  • Four students wounded
  • Baseball results
Tuesday, 21 November 2006
  • Waiting on the President
  • Bengoa goes to Washington
  • The troops are leaving
  • Tourism and business oppose reform
  • UASD on wheels
  • Salary hike
  • E-paychecks
  • Advancing in science
  • Complacent judges
  • Grupo Leon lets Marlboro go
  • Remembering our history
  • New book
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 20 November 2006
  • Leonel pushes for joint elections in 2012
  • Bengoa's announcement creates a stir
  • IMF wants an end to subsidies
  • How about cutting...
  • Jeepetas for UASD employees
  • Emergency rooms nearly empty
  • Verizon admits negotiating
  • Danilo's first billboard is up
  • DR 6th on regional globalization index
  • Most births in the East are Haitian
  • Thirteen kids benefit from surgery
  • National Music Week
  • Alfonso Soriano is a billionaire
  • Weekend Baseball roundup
Friday, 17 November 2006
  • Reforming the reform
  • New taxes - major blow to tourism
  • Sports betting untouched by tax increases
  • Debt increase
  • Buses getting money
  • Possible agreement on Verizon sale
  • JCE rumor mill
  • Border development
  • C4I makes debut
  • Passport price reduction
  • Strike goes unnoticed
  • Drug trafficker extradited
  • Flyers be aware
  • US$500,000 for Baseball Classic
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 16 November 2006
  • Tax increase details lacking
  • Business sector rejects tax reform
  • Neither rectification nor austerity
  • Money talk
  • Free cancer care
  • Legislators get to keep their cake
  • Amable's circus
  • Dominican politics
  • Operation: Dumas I
  • Preparing for the Christmas season
  • No support for strike
  • Malian murder mystery
  • Caribbean firefighters meet
  • No jail for Quita Tenis
  • Baseball standings
Wednesday, 15 November 2006
  • The Speech
  • Metro to get US$90-100m in 2007
  • Senate passes DR-CAFTA
  • World Bank says DR needs changes
  • Needed: 1000 slots for new doctors
  • Objections to JCE magistrates
  • PC on JCE judge selection
  • Differing opinions on the strike
  • Police nab Luis "Quita Tenis"
  • Acta to Washington Nationals
  • DR baseball roundup
Tuesday, 14 November 2006
  • Waiting for a word
  • Lower tariffs produce more revenues
  • UASD update
  • Haitians repatriated
  • DNCD clean up continues
  • Trafficker caught
  • BHD International
  • Spanish business mission
  • Icasur exec sought for fraud
  • PRD will take out loan
  • It's not an election year
  • Protecting travelers during Xmas
  • Rookie of the Year
Monday, 13 November 2006
  • DR supports ACP proposals
  • Monte Plata: "Millennium Town"
  • UASD faces complex issues
  • Inflation rate
  • Debt service for 2007
  • Consumer protection is a dead letter
  • Flight AA587 remembered
  • Violence and surgery
  • Police chief announces new measure
  • Communities without power problems
  • Tramway in Santiago?
  • Dominicans in US Congressionals
  • Howard Dean in Bavaro
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 10 November 2006
  • Apartments inaugurated
  • New army communications system
  • IMF recommends, government decides
  • DR-CAFTA legislation approved
  • Credit card reform vetoed
  • Alcohol tax makes producers see double
  • Taiwanese killers caught
  • Lawyer arrested for swindling
  • People traffickers caught
  • Jewel thieves
  • Dominican elected to OLACEFS
  • Slightly better on HDI Index
  • Albert Pujols: "Man of the Year!"
  • This week in baseball!
Thursday, 09 November 2006
  • Film Festival launched
  • Tax happy
  • Merging public offices
  • Energy costs and taxes affect industry
  • Only four responses
  • Depreco to investigate
  • UASD back on strike
  • DNCD cleanup continues
  • Taiwanese reporters visit DR
  • France donates money
  • EU to donate money
  • HOM to provide marrow transplants
  • Punta Espada inaugurated
  • Domo Arigato, Mr. Reyes
  • The best in theater
Wednesday, 08 November 2006
  • Tax plan to be announced Tuesday
  • Business sector rejects more taxes
  • Government mute on cutting spending
  • Overspending empties the kitty
  • Despradel against the Metro
  • Better to stop Metro now
  • Deputies extend their session
  • Cleaning up the Armed Forces
  • Doctors' strike at Cibao hospitals
  • Six hundred cell phones a day
  • Today's the day at the UASD
  • Danilo Medina resigns
  • Small quake hits Cibao
  • Cap Cana's US$250 million bond issue
  • Theater Festival
Tuesday, 07 November 2006
  • Constitutional Speak
  • Doing our bit
  • Longer school year
  • Taxes not to be removed as planned
  • Pension thieves
  • And to top it all, we pay for it
  • Visa fraud
  • Energy plan not effective
  • Perception of corruption
  • Murder investigation
  • Taiwan free trade controversy
  • Exporting hotel-building knowledge
  • Going for the record
Friday, 03 November 2006
  • DR1 breaks for Constitution Day holiday
  • Increasing trade with Florida
  • DR-CAFTA on the way
  • President defends "rectification"
  • Bribery law
  • IMF political spin
  • A word from Temistocles
  • Where the cuts should come from
  • Politics versus priorities
  • Metro reports "untrue"
  • US base claims denied
  • Spanish press focuses on MVM
  • Drugs deliveryman arrested
  • DR's most wanted caught
  • History Channel to air DR tobacco story
  • Success at Latin Grammys
Thursday, 02 November 2006
  • Budget 2007
  • Purchasing "Sine qua non"
  • No UN for DR
  • Make the most of DR-CAFTA
  • US Southern Command Center in DR?
  • Underage sex in the border region
  • Reason for Metro delays
  • Paying higher fares
  • Deputies ratify Budapest treaty
  • Creole-speaking doctors?
  • Military clean up
  • Drugs found in art
  • Deportees arrive
  • Merenguero gets honored
Wednesday, 01 November 2006
  • No more car propane subsidies
  • Cutting costs?
  • "Crucial" meeting with IMF today
  • Opposition to "correction" grows
  • Metro update
  • DR-CAFTA almost here
  • Canada offers credit
  • Exports increase
  • WB says remittances are not enough
  • Discrimination in justice
  • New program to stop illegal boats
  • Bond set for ex-diplomat
  • Traffickers identified
  • Bateyes documentary starts today
Tuesday, 31 October 2006
  • Calming DR-CAFTA concerns
  • UN Security Council update
  • DR in Central American parliament
  • The power blame game
  • Electricity costs
  • Holiday cheer?
  • Mejia's two cents
  • UASD dispute continues
  • Protecting the consumer
  • Express "marbete" sale stopped
  • Building homes
  • Money launderers to jail
  • Special shower to be patented
Monday, 30 October 2006
  • Always on time - almost
  • Prisoner of his success?
  • Tax reform gets hotter
  • 2007 budget - RD$240 billion
  • Top-heavy CDEEE
  • Christmas break for alcohol laws?
  • Dominican ambassador to Vietnam
  • Distinguished Dominican
  • Exports to Mexico soar
  • A national map of pollution
  • Five million to be vaccinated
  • Radio Santa Maria is 50
  • Sur Futuro graduates 80
  • DR & PR in space.
  • Time change
Friday, 27 October 2006
  • Leonel and Condoleezza
  • Proposed tax reform divides nation
  • US$486m from multi-laterals
  • IMF wants swift progress
  • CONEP on electricity theft
  • Trash contract rescinded
  • Immigration admits "fakes" exist
  • Eliminate LMD, says Aristy
  • 23% reduction in homicides
  • Outages go on, oil shortage blamed
  • It's our job, and only ours
  • Price increases
  • S&L association hold-up
  • 57% of buses out of service
  • Constitutional reform goes digital
Thursday, 26 October 2006
  • Bush congratulates Fernandez
  • Presidents discuss passport requirement
  • Security Council update
  • CB sues Baez for damages
  • Industries oppose new taxes
  • Blackout affects part of country
  • "Fake consulates" anger Spaniards
  • Hospital saves lives
  • Pollution worries force closure
  • UASD back to normal
  • Rural school among the best
  • Controlling credit cards
  • New tourists with TACA
  • Overcharging European tourists
  • Dominican to represent continent
Wednesday, 25 October 2006
  • Leonel in Washington
  • Another loan?
  • DR-CAFTA bills to Congress
  • The public doesn't feel it
  • Free trade with Taiwan causes stir
  • Icasur sues for compensation
  • Pension funds qualify 305,000 for mortgages
  • UASD strike: day two
  • No legal action on scrapped garbage deal
  • Link for missing children
  • Dominicans repatriated
  • Jailer to be jailed
  • Fake consulate busted
  • Murderer sentenced
  • Cruise ship season under way
Tuesday, 24 October 2006
  • Leonel to Washington today
  • GNP - two-digit growth
  • 2007 budget priorities
  • RD$800m for public works
  • PRD no-show circus
  • FTA between DR and Taiwan
  • DR women protest in Washington
  • UASD strike on
  • Passport requirement will affect DR
  • Doing the right thing
  • Impostors caught
  • AIDS update
  • Cruise ship season begins
  • Boxer of the year
  • De la Rosa to be enshrined
Monday, 23 October 2006
  • DR enters UN Global Pact
  • Environment closes toxic factory
  • New for-ex regulations
  • Investment in telecommunications
  • UASD professors to strike
  • 25% has health insurance
  • "We voted without knowing..."
  • Everybody breaking contracts
  • Bridging gaps
  • Not sold
  • Judges "too lenient" on drug-traffickers
  • Deportees want to re-join society
  • Ginger kings
  • Pint-sized superstar
  • Prize winning photo taken in the DR
Friday, 20 October 2006
  • Fernandez's DC itinerary
  • Reform seeks consolidation of state
  • More preparation for consultations
  • Meeting on JCE selection process
  • Earth tremor
  • EU donations total EUR536 million
  • No more loans, please!
  • Smelly politics
  • In the dark
  • Adozona supports tax exemption
  • Bridge to be rebuilt
  • 'Copter crash cause still unknown
  • Weapons for Walkmans
  • Clinic for 250+ children
  • Prize for Paiewonsky
Thursday, 19 October 2006
  • DR-CAFTA on the way
  • Leader of the year
  • Penal code reviewed
  • Power contracts not sustainable
  • Money for infrastructure
  • Free mammograms
  • He's lost it
  • Human rights victim?
  • Verizon sale stalled
  • Setting a dangerous precedent
  • More mules
  • 63 illegal boats caught
  • Happy Birthday, Boquechivo
  • Celebrities to attend cinema festival
  • Classic merengue
Wednesday, 18 October 2006
  • Government to support social security
  • Giving land
  • The IMF is coming! The IMF is coming!
  • Electricity contract talks start today
  • UN political chess-match
  • Mejia: re-election "a mistake"
  • More money for small businesses
  • Document fraud is big business
  • Police to sift through criminal sheets
  • Aviation agreement vetoed
  • Cruel guards dismissed
  • Verizon "should pay"
  • Free five points
  • Robbery thwarted
  • Play Ball!!
Tuesday, 17 October 2006
  • DR could represent UNSC consensus
  • Customs to lay off employees
  • Former official indicted
  • IMF agreement extended
  • Four turn themselves in
  • Ban on Christmas baskets
  • Low interest rates affect savers
  • Cocaine seized in Spain was from DR
  • Fighting off pirates
  • Cross-border cooperation
  • Haitians repatriated
  • Prison cruelty
  • Fewer students
  • Embassy workshop in Santiago
  • ACP festival continues
Monday, 16 October 2006
  • Saturday: for sale; Sunday: no it isn't
  • Something to hide?
  • Benitez denounces US pressures
  • Direct investment
  • New accounting system begins
  • Missed opportunity
  • Pedophile sentenced
  • Highway to heaven
  • Free zone to help with landfill
  • Insurance industry grows
  • Haitian harvesters captured
  • Real pirates of the Caribbean
  • Making a name
  • Polanco MVP in ALCS
  • Math All-star
Friday, 13 October 2006
  • Presidential meeting could usher in FTA
  • ACP cultural summit and festival
  • Water for San Francisco
  • Former official found guilty
  • Enough is enough - AIRD
  • An austere official
  • Church supports organ donations
  • RD$15MM in vehicles recovered
  • Strong criticisms
  • Doing her bit
  • Just not true
  • Poverty and Democracy
  • "I did it"
  • Hertell hosts Muslim representatives
  • Pipe organ gala concert
Thursday, 12 October 2006
  • Fernandez to visit White House
  • Four dead in helicopter accident
  • Consultations postponed
  • DA: PN car case ruling "shameful"
  • DR adheres to treaties
  • IMF Extension offered
  • EU Trade Negotiations update
  • Going Bananas
  • Continued growth for Banco Leon
  • Helping the little guy
  • Make the most!
  • Vehicles seized
  • MVM denies Marbella link
  • Jailbirds graduate
  • Dominican excels in Miami
Wednesday, 11 October 2006
  • Fernandez pushes for oil depots
  • President's reform plan - pros and cons
  • The road to the new constitution
  • The army's fault
  • Segura invites the IPPs
  • "We won't be like Puerto Rico"
  • Not Guilty verdict in PN car case
  • Who is more corrupt?
  • The mighty marbete
  • BanReservas grows
  • Families evicted
  • Cable theft is old hat
  • PYMES Fair opens
  • Defending his title
  • Diogenes and Boquechivo
Tuesday, 10 October 2006
  • President speaks to the nation
  • More reforms
  • Closer ties with Middle East
  • The final step?
  • If Puerto Rico can't do it...
  • Banks doing well
  • Increased Palace security
  • Diesel shortage
  • Deadline up for license stickers
  • Cell phone thefts down
  • Guilty of child sex abuse
  • Beer exports up - tax collections down
  • Customs stop contraband
  • Mule caught in the act
  • Turning the music off
Monday, 09 October 2006
  • Government struggles to balance budget
  • Meeting with Arab leader
  • Still waiting for Diesel
  • DR & Brazil
  • CPI drops
  • Government pharmacies work
  • Itabo issues US$125 million in bonds
  • Businesses could be gone
  • Las Americas Highway in darkness
  • More hurdles in BanCredito case
  • U.S. Marshall # 63724-004
  • Finding Foreigners
  • Last day for renewals
  • Protestor murdered, fire started
  • Chinese celebrate culture
Friday, 06 October 2006
  • DR-CAFTA "definite"
  • Oil arrives, shortages continue
  • South Africans give support
  • Dominicans lead remittances
  • NGOs not included
  • Senate spending on "botellas"
  • Government payroll up by RD$1.7bn
  • CB tracks Alvarez's assets
  • Standard prices for documents
  • Illegal Haitians linked to JCE
  • Making fuel from waste
  • Fake Medicines
  • DNCD to recruit young intelligence officers
  • Dead But Not Forgotten
  • Errata
Thursday, 05 October 2006
  • IDB loan for young people
  • US to comment on DR-CAFTA laws
  • Measles and rubella campaign
  • Where the money goes...
  • Covering electricity costs
  • Nuncio queries electricity bill
  • Running on empty
  • No plastic for cedulas
  • Big bank BHD
  • MVM For President?
  • MVM and the Spanish developers
  • Where'd that plane go?
  • US returns 84 illegal migrants
  • Making money, literally
  • Something In return
Wednesday, 04 October 2006
  • US decision "is category 6 hurricane"
  • Fuel shortage end in sight
  • Connecting economies
  • Deputies vote down Icasur contract
  • Constitution review to start on Monday
  • JCE interviews begin today
  • Molina Morillo elected to IAPA top job
  • Dengue and flu updates
  • CMD complaint is true, but...
  • First conviction in Quirino case
  • Arsonist caught and nearly lynched
  • US visa forms by internet
Tuesday, 03 October 2006
  • Next year's budget 10% higher
  • Looking for votes
  • Removing tariff unlikely
  • Hundreds seek ID with false papers
  • Power outages increase
  • Not paying extra
  • Drink more liquids
  • Fuel shortage
  • Court rejects suit against Progreso
  • Brought to justice
  • Freedom of press challenged
  • Damajagua visitor site inaugurated
Monday, 02 October 2006
  • No more pork for NGOs
  • Interest in the Monte Cristi refinery
  • Social versus digital gap
  • Dengue slows down
  • Some reactions to recent violence
  • SIE wants to tax non-regulated users
  • RD$36 million for bonuses and cars
  • Political businesspeople?
  • Businesspeople politicians?
  • Arrest warrant for Icasur head
  • Baninter case in the dock
  • 12 could be missing from shipwreck
  • Verdicts for sale
  • Thirty-three thousand AIDS orphans
  • Cubans practice without license
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