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Friday, 28 December 2007
  • DR1 breaks for the holidays
  • Senate postpones passing budget
  • JCE's Rosario: case closed
  • Strengthening ban on fireworks
  • COE will control motorbikes
  • Haitians students in the DR on the rise
  • Government courting Haitians?
  • Decision on IMF due January
  • Challenges for 2008
  • Dona Chucha dies
  • Last days of Christmas exhibit
  • Post season awards
  • Post season update
Thursday, 27 December 2007
  • Budget approved without delay
  • First fireworks, now motorbikes
  • Parents to be held responsible
  • Firework ban doesn't stop injuries
  • Holiday sales are a dud
  • Austerity Law: piece of paper
  • Jewelry and metal export ruling
  • Pharmaceuticals welcome EPA
  • Advantages of the EPA
  • Exports to Canada decrease
  • UN asks for disaster relief funds
  • Fernandez celebrates birthday
  • Crime decreases
  • No break to drug deals
  • Licey wins first game
Wednesday, 26 December 2007
  • Respite from fireworks
  • Fernandez promises stability
  • Petrocaribe to be held here
  • Budget goes to Congress
  • EPA is a winner
  • Small business is key to development
  • Haitian-Dominicans go for politics
  • IDAC to fund Christopher's defense
  • Father Aleman dies
  • Pardon for abused woman
  • Venezuelan plane crashes
  • Aguilas vs. Licey
Friday, 21 December 2007
  • DR1 takes holiday break
  • Happy Holidays!
  • AILA expects many travelers
  • Edesur: There will be light
  • Police patrol streets
  • US Ambassador visits JCE
  • New jail for Santiago
  • Drivers begin to get subsidize fuel
  • Bottoms Up!
  • Juan Luis Guerra doing his part
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 20 December 2007
  • Fernandez to ratify PetroCaribe
  • New homes for Bonao
  • Education minister argues in vain
  • FTA with Canada
  • Cash-strapped JCE in RD$23m gift handout
  • Major tourism breakthrough
  • Investors want IMF
  • Orlando's killer gets 30 years
  • Popular Christmas bread more expensive
  • Dominicans in NY save abandoned baby
  • Dominican volleyball women shine
  • Polanco honored
  • Baseball updates
Wednesday, 19 December 2007
  • No way to change the budget
  • Morales on EPA
  • Real estate boom
  • Only two holidays shift during 2008
  • Three new ambassadors
  • ANJE rejects subsidies
  • RD$1.5 billion relief bill
  • JAD: storm damage at RD$10.5 billion
  • Scholarships for study in the US
  • Energy Week 2008
  • Parts of Tamboril are sinking
  • Pelaez killer loses appeal
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 18 December 2007
  • Fernandez going to Cuba
  • Santiago recovery program
  • Holiday security measures
  • JCE demands more funds
  • Deputies will modify budget
  • Government greenhouse clash
  • Plan Renove case update
  • DR-India relations doing well
  • EPA is good news for DR
  • Phasing out potassium bromate
  • US visas more expensive
  • Villanueva and Horford doing well
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 17 December 2007
  • No one is happy with budget
  • EPA negotiations end
  • CONEP vs FENATRADO
  • Fernandez announces recovery plans
  • President orders dredging of lakes
  • Guards praised for heroism
  • EdeNorte reports near full service
  • Numbers increase in Olga's wake
  • Lower Yaque under water
  • They are back where they were
  • Refugees get help and multiply
  • A.M.: The truth
  • Economic damage by Olga
  • Baseball update
Friday, 14 December 2007
  • RD$300 billion budget approved
  • GDP up 7.5% says ECLAC
  • Santiago protests cargo monopoly
  • Recapping Olga
  • Olga damages farms
  • US doctor gets Dominican honor
  • Dominicans can spell
  • Juma 66 introduced
  • Capt Kidd ship discovered
  • One of the good ones killed
  • Dominicans named in MLB probe
  • Horford gets suspension
  • Super Sanchez and Peguero to Beijing
  • Baseball calendar extended
Thursday, 13 December 2007
  • Official report on Olga and tourism
  • Schools reopen
  • Olga's path & aftermath
  • San Cristobal hit again
  • Fernandez promises help
  • Tragedies could have been prevented
  • Public Health issues warning
  • Is the JCE being inconsiderate?
  • Debt and power eat up budget
  • Anadegas challenges diesel subsidy
  • Orange Dominicana invests
  • Aventura and Juan Luis nominated
  • Horford visits Ford
Wednesday, 12 December 2007
  • Santiago low areas under water
  • COE first report
  • Minimal effect in tourism areas
  • Schools close for Olga
  • Hacienda and IMF come to terms
  • GDP growth sees few jobs
  • Government hands over plans
  • Deputies approve salary 14
  • FINJUS targets "little barrel"
  • US ambassador on the way
  • Court suspends removal of signs
  • Fenatrado closes Haina port
  • UNICEF numbers
  • No baseball
  • 2 DR teams in Caribbean Series
Tuesday, 11 December 2007
  • Government's pockets getting deeper
  • Almeyda issues stiff warning
  • Barahona gets money
  • Exports on the rise
  • Luring purchases with easy credit
  • Government and IMF at standstill
  • WB advocates stability
  • Sun Land and the Judicial Branch
  • Drinking water concerns
  • Vegetable and chicken prices on the rise
  • Most expected better government
  • More drugs found
  • Subtropical Storm Olga
  • The best time for baseball
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 10 December 2007
  • Government to Barahona
  • DR and Canada start FTA talks
  • Ministry bans fireworks sales
  • More housing for Guajimia
  • Pending IMF goals
  • New kids' park for Santo Domingo
  • ONAP questions salary 14
  • 24 parties in May elections
  • Fernandez ahead in polls
  • Most pressing problems
  • Dominicans pessimistic
  • Sun Land contract revoked
  • 18 scandals in 33 months
  • Spain deports 1,000+
  • Red Alert just like Noel
  • Baseball update
Friday, 07 December 2007
  • Fernandez guarantees stability
  • Government at an impasse with IMF
  • FTA talks with Canada
  • The 14th salary
  • DR hosting spelling bee
  • Huchi gets some studies
  • Police, parties - the most corrupt
  • Sun Land far from over
  • Estrella warns of corruption risk
  • Tobacco taxation back on the table
  • Increased beer competition
  • Consul wasn't fired
  • Some drugs were dummies
  • Juan Luis for a Grammy
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 06 December 2007
  • Presidency decked for Xmas
  • 8% budget to municipalities
  • FTZs get money
  • Paraguayans study competitiveness
  • Government meeting with IMF
  • Deputies approve 14th wage
  • Unions agree on something
  • Judges comments "excessive"
  • Sun Land case closed?
  • Consul fired in visa fraud case
  • DNCD has info on drugs
  • 60 kilos off a police officer
  • Murdered on the job
  • Baseball updates
Wednesday, 05 December 2007
  • Judge asks Leonel to stop cutting ribbons
  • ARS give in on primary care
  • Doctors approve decision on fees
  • Government tender on Shell's 50%
  • Public Health warns about fireworks
  • A.M. - Discovery
  • Yaque River gets some help
  • Popular is most popular
  • DNCD nabs half a ton of cocaine
  • Tsunami precautions and warning system
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 04 December 2007
  • Cotui getting help
  • Christmas bonuses are coming
  • Protect our potatoes
  • Transport unions at it again
  • Lincoln getting a facelift
  • Bengoa will meet with Shell
  • Child labor program restarted
  • Haina still has problems
  • PLD thinks it's too early
  • Ortiz Bosch joins Miguel Vargas
  • Miss DR announced
  • Columbus Park Arts Fair
  • Horford named ROM
  • Baseball update
Monday, 03 December 2007
  • Samana - Santo Domingo Hwy update
  • JCE 2008 budget: RD$7.7 billion
  • Ambiguity affects protected areas
  • Energy theft prosecution postponed
  • Diesel issues still pending
  • The lesser government "sacrifice"
  • Auto Fair a big success
  • Flea market millions
  • Court convicts Baez Cocco
  • Rapists get 20 years each
  • Water scarce in some barrios
  • Last Mirabal injured in fatal crash
  • Keep fireworks away from kids
  • Baseball update
Friday, 30 November 2007
  • Government to subsidize fuel
  • ANJE opposes diesel subsidy
  • JCE begins late registration
  • Schools getting much-needed money
  • Education lags behind
  • Asian meds without inspection
  • Bribery a way of life
  • Official proposes bonus cut
  • First kidney transplant successful
  • Bikini debate squashed
  • DANR holds conference
  • Hurricane season over
  • Lincoln Road robbery suspects caught
  • Arte Moreno visits
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 29 November 2007
  • Fernandez inaugurates new center
  • Fernandez at groundbreaking
  • Election costs big bucks
  • We're buying and that's that
  • Opposition to purchase voiced
  • Speaking out against trucking monopoly
  • Plagiarism becoming a problem
  • Tourism in danger?
  • Hotel Montana contract revoked
  • People want those jobs
  • Drivers begin fuel system change
  • Leptospirosis finally under control
  • Violent deaths caused by guns
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 28 November 2007
  • Government to subsidize diesel
  • Baskets yes, parties no
  • DGII deals
  • Highways getting fixed up
  • Competitiveness Law passes
  • Squatters to be banned from highways
  • An offer of 20,000 jobs
  • Making it easier to get docs
  • IMF and refinery sale
  • Economist sees three major issues
  • Shell execs to come and see
  • Aerodom says it has offers
  • Expert on alternative energy
  • Female migration report
  • Dominican Cooking wins web award
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 27 November 2007
  • Financing for small business
  • Refidomsa negotiations
  • Rate hikes won't be accepted
  • Public Health alerts
  • Pro Artibonite River agreement
  • Democracy takes a step back
  • Employers re maternity subsidies
  • Aerodom selling concessions
  • Ambev offers new beers
  • Rosa Perez Perdomo at DANR
  • 115cc motorbikes to be detained
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 26 November 2007
  • Labels in Spanish on hold
  • Refinery sale stirs more debate
  • Tourist Highway almost finished
  • Families return no matter what
  • Low-cost housing: RD$2.0 billion
  • Business wants IMF to stay
  • Less perceived corruption
  • Tender made to order?
  • Kids are victims, too
  • Santo Domingo mayor sued
  • Killers killed
  • Leptospirosis cases decline
  • Sextuplets doing well
  • Drugs from the skies
  • Weekend Baseball update
Friday, 23 November 2007
  • Refinery might have a partner
  • Cheaper fuels for transport
  • Herring and cod get tax break
  • Classifying hotels
  • Leptospirosis under control
  • Petro Caribe summit in December
  • Adding up Noel aid
  • Tobacco loan approved
  • Ministry of Environment flip-flops
  • Minister could be charged
  • 7,000 families need to be relocated
  • Police Christmas security plan
  • Parties will get lots more money
  • New DR ambassador in Nicaragua
  • Haiti getting its own CESFRONT
  • DREAM Project opens high school
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 22 November 2007
  • New health units for border region
  • Energy saving plan into action
  • All change to save energy
  • Leptospirosis: Slowing but still dangerous
  • Dunes are in protected area
  • SISALRIL announces coverage increase
  • Parties keep spending
  • A little plan goes a long way
  • Bullen wants commitments fulfilled
  • US donates vaccines
  • Qatar donates
  • COE carries out preventive operations
  • Gasoline close to US$100
  • Catalonian parliament hosts students
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 21 November 2007
  • Salcedo is now Hermanas Mirabal
  • Pan Am health experts arrive
  • Senate approves US$15 million loan
  • Parties greet JCE halt on regulations
  • An end to conflict in Dajabon
  • Infant mortality rates up
  • AMET writes a lot of tickets
  • Food prices up
  • Red and Yellow alerts still in effect
  • Fine art comes to Santiago
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 20 November 2007
  • More jobs coming
  • Hanes stays in Santiago FTZ
  • Vega sees problems in buying Shell
  • Energy sector deficit increasing
  • Ministry defends aggregate extraction
  • Everybody back to classes
  • Government received much money
  • Drinks, food and transport usurp income
  • Ocoa gets money
  • JCE gives green light to ads
  • Leptospirosis numbers climb
  • Evacuations and rains continue
  • CR worried about prostitutes
  • Joan keeps swinging
  • Rodriguez wins MVP!
  • Baseball update
Monday, 19 November 2007
  • Bottoms up!!
  • A shift in subsidies?
  • Government subsidy for telecom
  • Cesfront has more issues
  • Better beans and pigeon peas
  • ANJE does not see austerity
  • Back into the river (beds)
  • Bromate bread still on shelves
  • Legislators take too many days off
  • Shell asking US$183 million
  • Cruise ships are a-coming
  • DR-EU agreement gives jobs a chance
  • New US Ambassador
  • Red Alert for 11 provinces
  • 14 wounded in prison riot
  • Baseball in the Dominican Republic
Friday, 16 November 2007
  • President outlines energy saving plan
  • Fernandez presents check
  • Fuel situation back to normal
  • Giuliani vs. Olivares: truce called
  • Congress passes resolution
  • Leptospirosis sparks red alert
  • Vehicles without 'marbete' will be impounded
  • Tucanos coming in January
  • INVI builds in Bonao
  • PRSC in NY wants investigation
  • HIV/AIDS vaccine fails
  • Santiago's Most Wanted
  • More drugs found
  • Chinatown almost finished
  • Baseball
Thursday, 15 November 2007
  • Fernandez to speak, again
  • Producers exonerated
  • RD$3 billion surplus for relief
  • Eighth IMF review
  • Where's Waldo? At the CMD
  • Possible leptospirosis outbreak
  • US doctors offer help
  • Schools get cleared out
  • Cesfront corrupt, says Mayor
  • Giuliani vs. Olivares: round 1
  • Election organization on schedule
  • Tricom to offer WiMAX
  • Dell fighting sentence
  • Illegal migrants beware
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 14 November 2007
  • Salcedo gets new name
  • Billions for waterworks
  • Farm export overview
  • 100 kilos of cocaine near Macao
  • Senasa garners pharmacies
  • Gasoline supplies returning to normal
  • Sun Land sent to AG
  • PLD pulls TV spot
  • A.M. and the JCE and spots
  • Rains cause havoc in the east
  • Met Office warns of more rains
  • Panel calls for educational funding
  • Luxury SUVs popular
  • Highway accident halts traffic
  • Baseball games
Tuesday, 13 November 2007
  • RD$400 million for Noel victims
  • JCE crisis brewing?
  • Running out of plantains
  • Less bread for your money
  • Premium still at a premium
  • Cocco going home
  • CESFRONT soldiers get rest
  • Bloomberg remembers victims
  • Inside the Civil Aviation Institute
  • Adding up the aid
  • Leading media lawyer dies
  • Rains forecast for DR
  • Baseball games
Monday, 12 November 2007
  • Tax break for Noel
  • Free zones jobs
  • School shelters halt classes
  • Southern Command helps in Bani
  • Senate passed Noel bond issue
  • Red/yellow alert for most of DR
  • Noel damage shuts down refinery
  • Premium gasoline shortage
  • Water shortage exasperates
  • JCE says it will stand firm
  • Parties keep TV spots on air
  • Dell is ordered to cease and desist
  • Banreservas good grades
  • 12 honored for reforestation
  • Juan Luis is biggest winner
Friday, 09 November 2007
  • Fernandez speaks
  • Reactions to Fernandez's speech
  • Deputies approve bonds
  • Low-cost dwelling proposal
  • US$1.5 million in US aid
  • No more gravel from rivers
  • DR tourism model expanded
  • Explaining Sun Land deal to IMF
  • Teen mothers could get cedulas
  • Parties on premature campaigning
  • Pro DR-CAFTA program
  • US Consulate appointments
  • Ex-consul dies
  • Juan Luis Guerra wins
Thursday, 08 November 2007
  • High expectations for tonight's speech
  • Government to receive more aid
  • Preventive health measures
  • Aid not political
  • Cocco slightly better
  • Politics could endanger your health
  • Airplane bill goes to Senate
  • Petroleum hits record high
  • San Cristobal still in the dark
  • Sun Land back in the news
  • Money mule gets sentenced
  • De la Renta "among most influential"
  • Juan Luis honored
Tuesday, 06 November 2007
  • President Evo Morales visits
  • No housing in high-risk areas
  • Early warning realities
  • Emergency Bulletin 18
  • Land use
  • Ocoa getting re-connected
  • Donations continue
  • Food products still expensive
  • Back to school for many
  • Venezuela continues helping
  • US sends more helicopters
  • Woman sentenced
  • Baseball is back
Friday, 02 November 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Constitution holiday
  • Leonel's promises
  • Government creates fund
  • US$2,500 cap on Xmas imports
  • International help arrives
  • Venezuelan engineers arrive tomorrow
  • Unions help efforts
  • Fuel supplies
  • Food costs more; water shortage
  • Phone service is back
  • UASD closed until Tuesday
  • Death toll rises
  • DR Volleyball takes on world challenge
  • DR Jazz Festival
Thursday, 01 November 2007
  • Tourism unaffected by Noel
  • President Fernandez
  • Borrowed money
  • Death toll keeps rising
  • Helicopter shortage?
  • Helicopters and more Eximbank financing
  • SP calls for vaccination drive
  • Noel leads to fresh food shortages
  • Prisoners were transferred
  • No power in the southwest
  • And the total is...
  • Plate renewals until the 15th
  • Small business gets a chance
  • Big Papi a Big hit
Wednesday, 31 October 2007
  • Noel's toll
  • COE: Noel came too fast for us
  • Bani-Azua road re-opened
  • Most blackouts were in EdeSur
  • Sunny days may be coming
  • INDRHI recommends evacuations
  • Phone service restored in south west
  • CAASD working to bring water
  • DGII gives extension to Thursday
  • Public Health takes steps
  • LPG ship aground in SPM
  • DR rejects UN report
  • Corripio awards prizes
Tuesday, 30 October 2007
  • Noel continues to affect DR
  • Schools still closed
  • Noel causes general blackout
  • Government gets its act together
  • Noel affects telephone service
  • Noel takes toll on agriculture
  • Flights at AILA resume
  • Dominicans in Miami will help
  • More drug mules caught
  • The DR has a volleyball league
Monday, 29 October 2007
  • President Fernandez to attend summit
  • Red alert for Noel
  • Weather Dept caught off alert
  • SFS fines up to RD$1.0 million
  • Fuel prices down a bit
  • Conep and economist urge prudence
  • Urologists latest to leave SFS
  • Competition lowers broadband costs
  • BanInter judges go on vacation
  • Still need US$60 million
  • Sun Land loan is illegal
  • A.M. on the new economy
  • More Sun Land deals
  • Police tracking killer gang
  • Police announce capture of killer
Friday, 26 October 2007
  • Fernandez defends Sun Land deals
  • Fernandez reveals addendum
  • Official holidays in 2008
  • Cell phone nation
  • Codetel says it invests
  • CMD contests legislation
  • DR formalizes relations with Bahrain
  • McDougall on Haitians in the DR
  • The Church on the offensive
  • Pope gives his blessing
  • End of October gastronomy events
Thursday, 25 October 2007
  • DR takes leadership in WiMax
  • It's a mobile nation
  • Competitiveness bill for more exports
  • CEI-RD reaches out to small exporters
  • Tourism numbers to be studied
  • Fernandez receives credentials
  • Fernandez leads in CIES poll
  • New procedure for selling state property
  • More Sun Land loans
  • Wheat and corn more expensive
  • DR's trade with Trinidad
  • Teacher run down on main avenue
  • Vla's sentence confirmed
  • Two arrested in mob incident
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 24 October 2007
  • Steven Covey visits Leonel
  • GDP grew by 8.2%
  • Cesfront chief says job well done
  • Dunes contract null and void
  • Fernandez to speak on Sun Land
  • More details on Sun Land deals
  • Council halts new med schools
  • JCE announces measures for 2008
  • JCE divided over TV spot
  • UN observers visit
  • Cardinal to speak on abortion
  • Court rejects Bancredito case
  • Three wounded in confusing incident
Tuesday, 23 October 2007
  • Government spending more
  • Sun Land Part II
  • Bani lands are protected area
  • Judgment on the judgment
  • Venezuela and DR on migration
  • Dominicans in Spain complain
  • Financing homes for Dominicans
  • Pope appoints new archbishop
  • Canadian mules arrested
  • Florian staying in jail
  • Mexicans head home
  • Baseball update
  • Rains could continue
Monday, 22 October 2007
  • President looks at energy plan today
  • Unprecedented fuel price hikes
  • More than patches for industry
  • Two new telecoms in the DR
  • More issues between HMOs and SFS
  • Decision on BanInter case
  • Comments on the verdict
  • Against PEME decision
  • Plot thickens in Sun Land case
  • The dunes controversy continues
  • UN to look at racism in the DR
  • PLD halts cash for posters
Friday, 19 October 2007
  • Fernandez will promote competitiveness
  • Private schools in trouble
  • Politics pays, but cause headaches
  • Clientelism threatens development
  • CIECA doesn't see the difference
  • Deutsche Bank provides loan
  • Drug ring details
  • Looking for Narcisazo's killer
  • Government will absorb increase
  • Trade deficit with El Salvador increases
  • PRD asks to annul deal
  • Baseball updates
  • Macadamia Festival at the Melia
Thursday, 18 October 2007
  • 51% happy with SFS
  • Montas on energy and more
  • DR will grow by 8%
  • DR/US trade deficit increases
  • Mexicans stuck at airport
  • Father Quinn received like a hero
  • Politics equal cash
  • Cash exporters held
  • DNCD helps drug bust
  • Merengue singer goes free
  • Regulating motor-taxis
  • 450 cases of breast cancer
  • Play ball!
Wednesday, 17 October 2007
  • Costa Rica gets UN seat
  • Deputies approve amendment with Argo
  • Treasury slow to pay clinics
  • Almeyda denies lack of control
  • Cemetery decree reverse requested
  • Parties reject JCE rules
  • Tit for tat
  • Prosecutor accuses two in BC death
  • AIDS vaccine fails to work
  • All labels to be in Spanish
  • Customs accuses two in money case
  • Dominicans in US grow and grow
  • Baseball supplement
Tuesday, 16 October 2007
  • And the winner is...
  • OPRET defends Metro purchases
  • CDEEE looks for answer
  • FTZ subsidy could be high
  • Search for new rector begins
  • Seven kidney transplants at HOMS
  • ASODEFE to import
  • Could the DR be left behind?
  • Hewlett-Packard interested in DR
  • ASF presents recourse
  • The dunes scandal
  • Police get motorcycles
  • Fabiancic finishes mission
  • PLD asked to remove TV spot
  • Baseball update
Monday, 15 October 2007
  • Fernandez to Miami
  • DR goes after UN seat
  • Public Health looks at water bottlers
  • Working hours might change
  • Gas prices up again
  • Cement can be imported
  • Metro leads in spending
  • Perhaps this is why
  • DR attracts commercial aviation
  • Bill to lower interest on plastic
  • Destruction in Haiti after rains
  • Forum announces plans
  • Playa Dorada toll stirs debate
  • Cops on the take are moved out
  • Court orders DNA test for proof
  • Cops nab two in BC murders
  • We lost Father Quinn
Friday, 12 October 2007
  • President inaugurates theater
  • Fernandez's appointments criticized
  • Taiwan asks Dominicans for help
  • Preparing for bird flu
  • The dead are no longer insured
  • Forgiveness should be mutual
  • The ancestors of Moca
  • Trade with Aztecs on the rise
  • Cement becomes an issue
  • Nothing new: tourists pay more
  • Buying votes the old fashioned way
  • Crack down on drugs
  • Driving in DN dangerous
  • Good news for Puerto Plata
Thursday, 11 October 2007
  • Fernandez makes changes
  • BanReservas doing well
  • New office in NY
  • Fighting malnutrition
  • Dominican economy must change
  • Curing the dead?
  • Taiwan should be in the UN
  • Cesfront receives complaints
  • Equal rights for religions
  • Sun Land replies; doesn't say much
  • Metal thefts reach new lows
  • There were more dead
Wednesday, 10 October 2007
  • Another save energy plan
  • Cops are not on the streets
  • Deputies approve intercept law
  • Defillo blasts SFS startup
  • Physicians leaving health plans
  • Where are the patients?
  • Where is the ventilator?
  • Ortega Tous suspended
  • While exports grow, Haitian trade falls
  • Construction workers are scarce
  • Basic Instincts
  • The nightmares continue on high seas
  • Haitian embassy indifference
  • Quisqueya Ball Park remodeling
  • Focus on DR culture at Disney
Tuesday, 09 October 2007
  • Fernandez issues decree
  • WB gives DGA good marks
  • Drivers should be clean
  • One more hour for drinking
  • Bautista tries to defend himself
  • Taiwan wants FTA
  • Radars up and running
  • Leasing out the dunes?
  • Apology sparks debate
  • Creepy findings become science project
  • Interpol helps in case
  • Three Dominicans found dead
  • End of an era: Yanks lose
  • Baseball City in 2008
  • Dominican Taekwondo does well
Monday, 08 October 2007
  • Lula to visit the DR
  • Montas and the economy
  • Questions for Sun Land
  • Bautista audited
  • Government gets back half of tax
  • Republic Bank leaves DR
  • Bishop asks for forgiveness
  • Park makeover uncovers old cemetery
  • Red palm aphid "not a threat to crops"
  • Internet and Wi-Fi in Santo Domingo
  • Suspected arsonist arrested.
  • Kids' parks for Santo Domingo
  • Big Papi and Manny go long
Friday, 05 October 2007
  • Studying the economy
  • Fernandez inaugurates projects
  • Government making money
  • PRD defends itself
  • Norwegian company breaks law
  • SUV nation
  • DGII reminding drivers
  • Police recover vehicles
  • Quisqueya Verde is back
  • DR Red Cross signs agreement
  • DNCD makes arrest
  • Sports update
Thursday, 04 October 2007
  • They did it, so we could, too
  • Hold on cigar tax increase
  • Petrol changes
  • Seven metal exporters authorized
  • JCE okays Candelier
  • Legalization office opened
  • E-UASD goes online
  • EPA's need work
  • Increasing export quality
  • Sports update
  • Green alert for 12 provinces
  • Santo Domingo film festival
Wednesday, 03 October 2007
  • Stability in spite of oil prices
  • New currency
  • Praise for two airports
  • SFS collects RD$2.1 billion
  • Guajimia work goes well
  • Deputies to probe Sun Land deal
  • Strike toll
  • Washed-out strike
  • Rains to continue today
  • Victor Capellan behind NYC award
Tuesday, 02 October 2007
  • First half strike
  • The strike is on
  • Brazilians makes contact
  • Investment climate gets better
  • Cacao exports increase
  • Customs gets tough
  • Medicine sales fall 50%
  • Attracting Chinese tourists
  • Senior citizens get help
  • IMF studying Sun Land case
  • SDN gets Barrio Seguro
  • Police get drug tested
  • Get your passports!
  • Dominicans dominate in baseball
  • Junot Diaz on the big screen
Monday, 01 October 2007
  • Strike is on, maybe
  • What is behind the strike?
  • Armed Forces and Police are ready
  • Government fuel plan not working
  • Sun Land case
  • Many pharmacies cannot fill RXs
  • Anti-theft program for cell phones
  • Cesfront seems to be working
  • Jail for bus killer
  • Four perish in arson attack
  • Church goes on the offensive
  • EU prosperity sends more home
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