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Daily News Archive: October to December 2008
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Tuesday, 30 December 2008
  • DR1 breaks for the holidays
  • Partying for New Year's
  • Prince Albert in the DR
  • Budget approved
  • Breaking down the GDP
  • DNCD keeps working
  • Multi-fuel terminal for 2009
  • Villa Metro not happy
  • Fake UASD web page
  • Lubrano the beauty queen?
  • Corruption still worrisome
  • Playoff update
Monday, 29 December 2008
  • They returned the money!
  • Twelve weeks and counting!
  • Changes suggested for the SCJ
  • Christmas toll reaches 18
  • More than 1M motorcycles!
  • Few bright lights for 2008
  • Violence is a major issue
  • The career of Adriano Jimenez
  • Air Force doctor shot by criminals
  • Rains and nice, cool weather
  • Lottery winner identified
  • Sextuplets are three years old
  • Baseball round robin
Tuesday, 23 December 2008
  • DR1 breaks for Christmas
  • Migration fees increased
  • Freight restriction
  • 14th wage turned down
  • Legalizing docs now easier
  • Metro a big hit
  • Senate passes budget
  • ADN agrees to temp parking
  • Pardons for Vivian and Renove
  • Quirino pleads for family
  • Santiago flight was not the first
  • Tourism's November dip
  • Former exec pays fine
  • Doping dopes
  • Manny a Yankee?
  • Christmas in Santo Domingo
Monday, 22 December 2008
  • Metro's Christmas run
  • Quisqueya Verde Plan back
  • Government wages early
  • 850 aid posts for holidays
  • Senate awaits budget addendum
  • Reprogram the US$1.9 billion
  • No shortage of dollars in 2009
  • Revolution in Chinatown
  • Chamber of Accounts scandal
  • Elderly out of Social Security
  • Programmed blackouts
  • Smuggling charge for Paya survivor
  • Tragic weekend on the highways
  • Cool weather for a while
  • Baseball round-up
Friday, 19 December 2008
  • Metro Monday
  • Supreme Court on Sun Land
  • Going off on a tangent
  • Justice on the curve
  • SCJ ruling violates HR?
  • Government was Clinton donor?
  • Can of worms, part II
  • Jimenez and the Christopher murder
  • DR growth still up
  • Medical first
  • Joan is ready
  • Dominican breakout
  • Baseball drama unfolds
Thursday, 18 December 2008
  • Earthquake shakes DR
  • PetroCaribe not in jeopardy
  • Tourism will be OK
  • No money for school salary
  • Constanza farmers blame Chio
  • CAF approves loan
  • Colmados get a break
  • Cocco's defense
  • A can of worms?
  • Money warning in Santiago
  • Dominicans slow to come
  • DR1 investigates
  • Eye of the Gigantes
Wednesday, 17 December 2008
  • Fernandez asks for all the truth
  • Concession for Las Terrenas highway
  • Jaime David's four points
  • Subsidies gobble 27% of the budget
  • More money for public servants
  • Universities will census Haitians in DR
  • Milk prices to increase
  • SISALRIL on traffic accidents
  • Expensive remodeling
  • Why go public on the extradition?
  • Plane still missing
  • Baseball round up
Tuesday, 16 December 2008
  • Fernandez at CALC
  • DR triggers EPA enactment debate
  • EPA = more united Caribbean
  • DR advancing re WTO
  • Crisis felt in the DR
  • Car sales drop
  • Parkland purchases not legit
  • Carving up paradise?
  • More government bureaucracy
  • Military patrols for Xmas
  • Hunger strike over
  • Plane crashes
  • Infestation threatens banana crop
  • Presidente goes pro
  • Sports update
Monday, 15 December 2008
  • President Fernandez off to Brazil
  • Gasoline prices drop
  • Electronic signature
  • Aviary gets US advice
  • Haiti's uncertain future
  • Not in the DR
  • Dominicans and banking
  • Questions asked re a court ruling
  • Higuey: Mecca of false land titles
  • Free zone dismissals
  • Mario Alvarez passes away
  • Navy files complaint on two survivors
  • Expensive parking at Las Americas
  • Rains expected this week
  • Baseball round up
Friday, 12 December 2008
  • Fernandez offers support
  • President at Vista Cana
  • Investment up; real estate down
  • Parties open to changes
  • Garcia threatens bus drivers
  • Hubieres continues to pressure
  • Judicial honesty
  • Misuse of antibiotics
  • Cleaning up paradise
  • Telecoms should compensate
  • Trade deficit doubles with the US
  • Good news for property owners
  • Intec and Penn State
  • Horford the All-Star?
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 11 December 2008
  • Christmas checks are coming
  • Millions saved in breakfast program
  • Pina Toribio on the metro buses
  • Pension funds for housing?
  • Zero tolerance for fake meds
  • Marked drop in inflation
  • 38,000 to curb accidents
  • Higher Land Court cedes parklands
  • Bonao Hep-A cases
  • Blockade on Higuey-Veron road
  • Police nab German suspect
  • Yaqui Nunez upgraded
  • Yaniqueques: food and security
  • Kidnap victim released
Wednesday, 10 December 2008
  • Life easier for small business
  • Business on pension funds
  • More jobs for nurses
  • AMET doesn't kid around
  • Fewer scholarships
  • Free Metro
  • Fenatrano is bullying again
  • Prostitution study
  • Coach Offerman
  • Andruw the Aguila
  • Venezuela powers through
  • Museums are free today
  • Christmas carols at the Theater
Tuesday, 09 December 2008
  • Fernandez's optimism
  • DR will sign with IMF
  • Consulate employee arrested
  • Drugs even in Los Haitises!
  • Metro certified?
  • Conditions for investment needed
  • Cap Cana announces agreement
  • The worst is feared
  • Hubieres at it again
  • Strike in the East
  • Manny and his money
  • We want 2013
Monday, 08 December 2008
  • President Fernandez speaks tonight
  • Jaime David wants jail for violators
  • Worries over storm alerts
  • Now nine weeks and counting
  • Limits on rental contracts approved
  • Economist says development on hold
  • Europe as an export market
  • Falconbridge pledges help
  • Cardinal wants stiffer sentences
  • Rock ash minister sentenced
  • Murders and "gun fight" deaths up
  • Police dishonorable discharge
  • Spanish citizenship
  • A-Rod to play for the DR
  • Baseball updates
Friday, 05 December 2008
  • Haitises Park crops for export
  • Clean-up in Haina
  • Airports penalize exporters
  • Government spending skyrockets
  • Government needs loan
  • IMF's Strauss Kahn to visit
  • US$2 billion for coal plants
  • Clientelism or development?
  • Closing Gomez
  • Haitian burden
  • Falconbridge decision
  • Claro & Orange I-Phone
  • Mother kidnapped her own kid
  • "80% is undemocratic!"
  • Jefferson Marin Lopez extradited
Thursday, 04 December 2008
  • Pre-paid power for barrios
  • Public employees can choose
  • New codes threaten Dominican law
  • Leonel Almonte case complaint
  • Court rejects Guerrero complaint
  • Exchange houses claim discrimination
  • Cela wants to gird the poor
  • Criticism of prosecutors in police stations
  • Franjul is back at the Listin Diario
  • Baseball
Wednesday, 03 December 2008
  • Confidence or rhetoric?
  • Pilgrim's highway complete
  • Metro in December?
  • Senate approves deficit
  • Remittances forecast
  • Construction slump forecast
  • DR-CAFTA not fair?
  • Farmers not happy
  • AMET not kidding
  • Arms disagreements continue
  • Looking for solution
  • No help for AIDS patients
  • Citrus concerns
  • Licey and Gigantes play nice
  • Baseball updates
Tuesday, 02 December 2008
  • Parties get money
  • DGII introduces system
  • US in recession
  • More government borrowing
  • JCE opening centers
  • Police don't play
  • Yaqui Nunez del Risco hospitalized
  • Haitises gets military
  • People like booze
  • Hubieres plays games
  • Manhole money
  • Selective liberalization
  • Thai conflict hits home
  • Licey going to court
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 01 December 2008
  • AMET tough on procastinators
  • Customs' Christmas easing up
  • Funds for Metro and Cibao train
  • Biometric data is obligatory
  • Municipalities fight for their 10%
  • Archaeological finds in North
  • Luperon Highway almost impassible
  • Troncoso bridge impassable
  • The plight of those with HIV
  • Gun carry ban starts today
  • Paya case accused to be extradited
  • Police kill two in shootout
  • Clinton Secretary of State
  • Dominican to dress Miss Ecuador
  • Major art auction
  • Baseball update
Friday, 28 November 2008
  • Budget at RD$329billion
  • Bahia Principe's newest
  • BC injects money
  • Expensive cedulas
  • Paredes offended
  • Rabies will be controlled
  • Bank execs to jail
  • Company denies accusations
  • Low pay is common
  • Drugs and the DR
  • Falconbridge has no plan
  • AIDS patients want rights
  • Canadian goes to jail
  • Photo exhibition in Punta Cana
  • Diaz won't fight
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 27 November 2008
  • 445 excellent students
  • Ambassador Fannin at AmCham
  • Studying the electric contracts
  • Politics = millionaires
  • Resistance to handgun resolution
  • Turtles born in Guibia
  • In favor of more $ for education
  • Patients wait months for surgery
  • Support for the Coral Highway
  • Macarrulla says 40% is impossible
  • Massive layoffs for 2009
  • FINJUS calls for respect for laws
  • Drug complicity in Peravia
  • Pedro Castillo sentenced in Miami
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 26 November 2008
  • Bills pass in Congress
  • 7 long weekends in 2009
  • Where's the Metro?
  • Treasury keeps salaries
  • Rabies warning
  • No guns for holidays
  • Get your stickers asap
  • UNESCO education report
  • Strife in the PLD
  • CONEP will consider
  • Cap Cana gets reprieve
  • Kidnappers caught
  • From the gossip mill
  • More ferocious fencing
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 25 November 2008
  • Paredes's ambitious goal
  • Bengoa refutes rumors on more taxes
  • Hold the applause
  • More borrowing
  • Tourism woes
  • Discontent at JCE
  • A reading first
  • First Lady honored in Brazil
  • Colmadones curfew kept
  • Explaining the EPA
  • DR trade review
  • Falconbridge closed indefinitely
  • Dominican businesses grow in Miami
  • Ferocious fencing
  • Sports updates
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 24 November 2008
  • Leonel says crisis is lack of ethics
  • OAS Secretary on the crisis
  • Budget: numbers warehouse
  • Strengthen export sector
  • Prices drop, little by little
  • Relief in monetary policy?
  • European Union conditions support
  • Javier Garcia focuses on southwest
  • From one extreme to the other
  • People evicted from Los Haitises
  • 93% of jails are contaminated
  • Families losing hope
  • Chichi Peralta goes Japanese
  • It's chilly in the DR
  • Baseball update
Friday, 21 November 2008
  • Budget kept the same
  • Nurses at Congress
  • Shell passes to government
  • Exports could fall
  • Exports to EU increase
  • Guerra against risky boat trips
  • Navy continues search
  • Supreme Court fire
  • Sun Land verdict on 17 Dec
  • 'Guachi' business grows
  • Army Officer killed
  • Parties have no credibility
  • Air Dominicana stuck?
  • Winter winds are here
  • Baseball updates
  • Busy weekend
Thursday, 20 November 2008
  • Presidents, Soros & Stiglitz
  • Budget talks start today
  • March against gender violence
  • Constitution reform put off to 2009
  • Tests on school breakfast quality?
  • Congress mediates doctors deal
  • Court favors senator Guerrero
  • Macarrulla re-elected in CONEP
  • Copper and gold, silver mine
  • Rain, rain
  • Possible cocaine smugglers detained
  • Elderly kidnap victim released
  • Baseball
Wednesday, 19 November 2008
  • Fernandez on drug scandal
  • Get your sticker
  • Aiding education
  • The 14th salary
  • Nurses stand idle
  • DR mission to North Korea
  • Unhappy Dominicans
  • Beach access denied to Dominicans
  • Energy theft a problem
  • Cap Cana hurting
  • Evangelicals respond
  • Ambassador under a cloud
  • Lost at sea
  • Businessman freed
  • Another arrest in AMET murder
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 18 November 2008
  • Documentary on pirate ship
  • Education spending wisely?
  • Payroll balloons with blackouts
  • El Salvador votes for JCE
  • Separate, but not equal
  • Inequality still a reality
  • Nurses strike
  • Telecoms reject tax
  • Food still expensive
  • Drivers frustrated
  • Pros and cons of interception bill
  • 90+ feared shipwrecked
  • 'Shampoo smuggler' caught
  • Domestic violence complaints
  • Alberto Pujols wins MVP
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 17 November 2008
  • Leonel trusts G-20 plan
  • DR works on easing business
  • Los Haitises to be model project
  • Santiago's hospital special office
  • Country feels easing of blackouts
  • A call for change in electricity team
  • Exports need to be national priority
  • Traffic lights in capital don't work
  • Authorities find new kind of shampoo
  • Vincho: drug planes are incessant
  • Six weeks in a row!
  • Police on who killed the major
  • Rains will slow down
  • Baseball
Friday, 14 November 2008
  • Ultimatum for Los Haitises
  • Government 'Shells' out cash
  • Morales at the UN
  • DR to explore the Orinoco?
  • New security system at Caucedo
  • Paredes admits to deficiencies
  • Nurses extend strike
  • Diabetes awareness
  • OP closing stretch on Duarte
  • Almeyda defends Haitians
  • Government electricity monopoly?
  • Details in Paya case
  • NY doctors help in DR
  • Dominicans in the NCAA
  • Horford continues season
  • Latin music stars in SD
Thursday, 13 November 2008
  • UAE and Dominican Republic
  • Cambodia and the DR
  • Montas favors IMF agreement
  • Changes for 2009 Budget
  • Growth projections
  • CDEEE pays US$10 million
  • World Bank will support DR electricity
  • Limiting fireworks
  • Booze sales greenlight for Xmas
  • JCE voids PRSC assembly
  • Attorney General wants clean-up
  • More than 160 women killed so far
  • Revenge suspected in murder case
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 12 November 2008
  • Summit conference announced
  • Costa Rica signs DR-CAFTA
  • Vietnam shows interest
  • Almeyda on migration
  • Tucano loan approved
  • Tourism slows
  • Crisis not felt yet
  • Highways for Samana
  • Government gives Bonogas cards
  • Haiti "did not reject aid"
  • AMET officer murdered
  • Survivors get a year in jail
  • Villanueva and Horford are stars
  • Baseball updates
Tuesday, 11 November 2008
  • President returns
  • Morales in Egypt
  • Inflation back to single digits
  • Country in crisis
  • CDEEE will pay up
  • Segura criticizes plan
  • No power, no clue
  • Coal plants problematic
  • RD$800 million for canastas
  • Biometric ID cards for foreigners
  • Haiti rejects aid from DR
  • US tourism to Cuba?
  • License to kill?
  • Penitentiary statistics
  • Caribair's version
  • Doctor honored
  • Baseball updates
Friday, 07 November 2008
  • DR1 takes a break on Monday
  • 65-member official mission to UAE
  • At Dubai World
  • Communities get broadband
  • $$ for Haitises families
  • Segura announces some relief
  • Protecting women
  • National exams reveal deficiencies
  • Bomb scare was a prank
  • Suspect Bani killer apprehended
  • HD is here
  • Tunnel will be closed
  • Post MLB season awards
  • Pujols MVP!
  • Horford has stellar start
Thursday, 06 November 2008
  • President winds up visit to Qatar
  • Only 50% have renewed their plates
  • Budget or Constitutional Reform?
  • Deputies rebel on Tucano loan
  • Senate to look at US$80 million loan
  • Vega thinks US will pressure DR on Haiti
  • Obama victory seen as hope for world
  • First Dominican-born mayor in US
  • More on Dominicans in US Election
  • Today is Constitution Day
  • Extortion in onion crop scandal
  • 14 years in Quirino-related case
  • Former deputy killed in robbery attempt
  • Baseball summary
Tuesday, 04 November 2008
  • JCE begins biometric program
  • Power situation worsens
  • Segura says...
  • Playing the blame game
  • CONEP agrees with economists
  • OTTT doesn't play
  • M-16 was used
  • Bomb scare at AILA
  • Turtle power
  • Supreme Court upholds Bancredito ruling
  • Banana prices drop
  • US elections spark excitement
  • Two Dominicans in NJ election
  • Capellan up for MillerCoors 2008
  • Pujols continues success
Monday, 03 November 2008
  • All countries should define reform
  • Minister urges buyer to accept repayment
  • Economists call for IMF agreement
  • Tourism grows by 2.2%
  • Energy crisis is worst in Cibao
  • Country is close to losing it
  • Locals can bring in $2,500 in goodies
  • CONEP asks for urgent action on Haitians
  • OTTT operation gets lower fares
  • Good news for drivers
  • US Consul General warns of tricksters
  • Venezuelan gets 20 years for drugs
  • Three dead in Miami shipwreck
  • Survivors ate human flesh
Friday, 31 October 2008
  • Fernandez in El Salvador
  • Paredes has lofty goals
  • Government denounces violence
  • Snowballing bureaucracy
  • IDB lends money
  • Energy sector ailing
  • Government calls for fare adjustment
  • No more extraction
  • Mexico main tourism competitor
  • Legislation affects Dominicans
  • DR leads youth unemployment
  • Child labor high
  • DR makes strides to save ozone layer
  • Infant mortality rate same
  • Baseball updates
  • Six Grammy nominations for Pasian
Thursday, 30 October 2008
  • Nobody knows budget details
  • Deputies denounce US pressure on drug planes
  • Labor Minister asks for salary pact
  • Economist EIU report lowers DR rating
  • Businesses should put competition aside
  • DR at TCI conference
  • Clinics might cancel contracts with ARS
  • AMET's occupational hazards
  • Six wonders of the Deep South
  • Baseball updates
Wednesday, 29 October 2008
  • No risk for DR
  • Morales offers preview
  • New Metro details
  • Declare, or else
  • Blackouts affect competitiveness
  • Bus fares maintained
  • USAID donates money
  • Japanese tourists
  • Indotel to 'connect the whole country'
  • Murder sparks deportations
  • Weather watch
  • Baseball updates
Tuesday, 28 October 2008
  • Fernandez travels
  • Debt figures 'incorrect'
  • BVRD not in danger
  • DAs don't declare, don't get paid
  • Ships provide solution
  • Customs revamp
  • Prices fall - negligibly
  • Cacao takes a hit
  • Local tourism
  • UASD 470th B-day
  • Theft on Las Americas
  • Water warning
  • Game 5 suspended
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 27 October 2008
  • Congress to accept Supreme Court proposals
  • Senate approves agreement with Europe
  • Environment dismantles gravel plant
  • First Tech Fair-TECDO 2008-is over
  • National debt reaches US$9 billion plus
  • Government will run Metro
  • Cardinal blasts betting parlors
  • Ventura Bayonet: They took millions to kill
  • Sabotage on transmission tower
  • More good news for drivers
  • Drivers apply fare cuts today
  • Blackouts cause closures
  • Cibao protesters get what they wanted
  • No poisonous snakes in DR
  • Baseball roundup
  • Albert Pujols wins Clemente Award
Friday, 24 October 2008
  • Government gives homes
  • SD among the best
  • Measures 'tough but necessary'
  • Current accounts increase
  • Tighten your belts
  • No economy immune
  • Treasury will keep checks
  • Fernandez clarifies
  • Businesses push EPA ratification
  • Blackouts still rolling
  • Cibao protests over
  • Fighting the sex trade
  • Controversy in Villa Altagracia
  • Aguayo's victory
  • Manny, a hot commodity
  • Rays come to play
  • Aguilas get some revenge
Thursday, 23 October 2008
  • Leonel opens tech fair
  • Congress and doctors reach agreement
  • More promises
  • Chamber of Accounts publishes salaries
  • Paredes outraged by betting parlors
  • Cibao protests to continue
  • Paya 'money-snatcher' identified
  • Police find another rifle used at Paya
  • Pelegrin reveals US opposes shooting planes
  • Concordat appeal rejected by court
  • JCE issues new regulations for employees
  • Business leader wants to save the forests
  • Women lead development in Jarabacoa
Wednesday, 22 October 2008
  • Education program launched
  • UN reform warning
  • Government's decision 'illegal'
  • Fernandez will negotiate
  • Metro for Christmas
  • Gun search continues
  • SCJ rules on Concordat
  • Blackouts are back
  • Auto sales take dip
  • Protests in the Cibao
  • No to home remedies
  • Dominican faces death penalty in US
  • Baseball updates
Tuesday, 21 October 2008
  • DR handling the crisis
  • Valentin gets tough
  • True to his word
  • Navy presses charges
  • Investment up
  • Gas prices stay the same
  • PRD asks about Sun Land
  • Fuel drops, prices don't
  • Unions cancel dialogue
  • UASD students struggle
  • Gambling beats education
  • Transplant advance
  • Health watch
  • Monster trucks in SD
Monday, 20 October 2008
  • Over 2000 have not declared assets
  • Naval officer directed Paya Massacre
  • Paya massacre reveals mafia in Navy
  • Jaime David gets tough on Los Haitises
  • Promises, promises
  • Recession in USA will affect free zones
  • Good news for car owners
  • Academy of Science against Cibao-Sur Highway
  • Operators say tourists are slowing
  • Some fish!
  • Police arrest gang that killed five
  • Tragic bus crash
  • Motorcycles kill and maim too many
  • Food gets dearer
  • Tampa Bay reaches World Series
Friday, 17 October 2008
  • High Tech exhibition
  • Taiwanese solar business
  • EPA brings hope
  • Demolishing hotels in Saona
  • Jimenez justifies Bancredito opinion
  • Just cut back
  • Espaillat wants answers
  • Crisis being felt in DR
  • Industrial activity falls
  • Children a concern
  • You can make a difference
  • Boxers take ranking
  • Papi being Papi
  • Winter League updates
  • Trey McIntyre tonight
Thursday, 16 October 2008
  • EPA signed
  • Government shells out cash
  • Muling Sang Ben to Education
  • Pension plan fund: RD$62 billion
  • CMD agreement forthcoming?
  • 'Pink eye' warning
  • Christopher case unshelved?
  • How is it possible?
  • Vincho calls for extended probe
  • Guerrero: no reconciliation
  • Where'd Sun Land go?
  • Abortion is a health issue
  • Vela receives BMW scholarship
  • MLB baseball update
  • Winter League updates
Wednesday, 15 October 2008
  • President Fernandez travels
  • EPA signing in Barbados
  • New Water Research Center
  • A push for breastfeeding
  • Senator calls for case to be resolved
  • The military
  • Profiting from price fluctuations
  • Nurses on strike
  • Deciding the future of Cabarete
  • 15 Dominicans on tennis ranking
  • Play ball
  • Dominicana Moda
Tuesday, 14 October 2008
  • Teaching a new generation
  • National Forestation Plan
  • Agreement with Haiti?
  • Legalizing 'bancas'
  • Paying up to improve service
  • Four more for Fernandez?
  • Nurses to strike, too
  • Christopher: "total complicity"
  • Banking case dismissal?
  • Rains bring potholes
  • Zo comes calling
  • Baseball update
  • Dominican fashion week
  • Weather forecast better
Monday, 13 October 2008
  • Congress opens doors to doctors
  • Gravel pits facing end of the road
  • Fuel prices relief
  • Explaining the blackouts
  • A not so merry Christmas
  • Inflation hits double digits
  • Fedocamaras calls for austerity
  • Darys Estrella honored in USA
  • Chavez sends delegation to Bonao
  • Radars in the south
  • Colonel goes to jail
  • Acting against Victor Cordero
  • In support of Wilton Guerrero
  • 146 boat people repatriated
  • It's raining
Friday, 10 October 2008
  • Fine Arts Palace remodeled
  • Fast-tracking constitutional reform
  • Growing balance of payment deficit
  • More expensive to break traffic law
  • Students lag in problem-solving
  • Expediting tourism investments
  • National heritage study
  • 60% Maternity patients are Haitians
  • No objection stirs controversy
  • 21 more arrested in Paya case
  • Ambiorix Burgos in jail
  • Brugal Rum Award
Thursday, 09 October 2008
  • Congress at Presidential Palace
  • Constituent body and circus
  • Traffic detour on Duarte Highway
  • DR lags in competitiveness
  • Supreme Court orders investigation
  • No pay; no power
  • 14,000 more hotel rooms
  • Border highway vs. Cibao highway
  • US crisis smaller than DR crisis
  • Lockward sentenced for defamation
  • Burgos gets three months
  • Italian deported
  • House arrest still undecided
Wednesday, 08 October 2008
  • First year of Family Health Plan
  • Politicians to Chamber of Accounts
  • Deputy Minister against highway
  • Hotel construction for Las Terrenas
  • DR very vulnerable
  • Constitution talks
  • 20.5% victims of crime in Santiago
  • Santi Clo is coming
  • Strong Taino genetic heritage
  • Haitians in Villa Altagracia
  • Explaining about the Interpol chief
  • Removed for ties to drug dealers
Tuesday, 07 October 2008
  • DR and Canada stir rumors
  • Lockward named ambassador
  • SD wastes water
  • Right-hand drive cars banned
  • Financial crisis: impact on DR
  • Austerity is kryptonite
  • World Bank calls for overhaul
  • Traveling pants
  • Guerrero speaks out again
  • Couple describes Interpol case
  • Columbus Day celebrations
  • Success in taekwondo
  • Baseball update
Monday, 06 October 2008
  • Hotel construction toppled in Saona
  • Santiago river houses toppled
  • Propane subsidy removed
  • La Vega judiciary "soft on drugs"
  • Photoshop alteration of photos
  • Interpol colonel investigated
  • Major robbery gang disbanded
  • Floating hospital's medical mission
  • Teneria Bermudez corrects info
  • Audiences still love merengue
Friday, 03 October 2008
  • Fernandez in Florida
  • DR wades the crisis so far
  • Developing alternative energy
  • Construction decreases
  • Preparing for Metro II
  • Blame the trucks
  • Kennedy closed
  • Say no to new mountain highway
  • Campaign against malaria
  • Law enforcement roles
  • Suero vs government
  • Ball player: hit-and-run driver?
  • Welcome, Mr. October
Thursday, 02 October 2008
  • Government spending up
  • Energy subsidy grows
  • Cacao exports grow
  • Santiago's priorities
  • DR makes most of EPA
  • BC governor operated
  • CMD hunger strike
  • Teneria Bermudez fined
  • Judges protest accusation
  • Police find drugs
  • Remittances a concern
  • Chinatown wants parking
  • Operation Walk
  • Colombian bodies returned
  • Baseball round up
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 01 October 2008
  • President Fernandez to Miami
  • Online education with Harvard
  • Lucrative corrections
  • PRD constitutional proposal
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