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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
Friday, 28 September 2007
  • Fernandez at UN
  • Milk prices skyrocket
  • DR formalizes relationships
  • Chile interested in DR
  • Border proves challenge for trade
  • CNSS justifies exclusion
  • Government threatens ARS
  • Church vs. aggregate extractors
  • Presidential loan scandal hots up
  • Police explain death
  • ADN wants debt paid; Bengoa says no
  • Discovering through education
Thursday, 27 September 2007
  • DR has place on ICAO
  • DR promotes ties with Ethiopia
  • Government breaks the law
  • Mortgages down to 11.9%
  • Six million could vote
  • Transparency International ranks DR
  • Anti-Corruption March
  • DNCD takes on challenge
  • AIDS patients excluded from SFS
  • Another public transport tragedy
  • Fire at Meteoro
  • Alternative Social Forum warms up
  • Convicted rapist denied entry
  • Women dominate tourism sector
  • Dominican music to Korea
Wednesday, 26 September 2007
  • Fernandez lobbies for UN seat
  • DR improves on business ranking
  • A bill to limit "extras"
  • Worries over who holds the CDs
  • CONEP and the SFS
  • Oil prices worry IPPs
  • Election math
  • Forty-four years ago yesterday
  • Hearing on new US ambassador
  • NASA astronaut visits UASD
  • Teen tech thieves to Najayo
  • EXPO Cibao 2007 opens today
Tuesday, 25 September 2007
  • Drinking time to 1am?
  • City to rescue mistreated horses
  • Ministers agree on disaster fund
  • DR presents credentials in Thailand
  • The Pilgrim gets it done
  • Ten "jeepetas" for the JCE
  • Baseball and the pope
  • Eduardo Estrella to be candidate
  • Transfer those vehicles
  • Pornography center in Palmar de Ocoa
  • Official gets house arrest
  • UASD students recovering
  • Convicted rapist denied entrance
  • Fake lawyers conning investors
  • Puerto Plata Festival program
Friday, 21 September 2007
  • DR1 breaks for long weekend
  • DR-CAFTA Summit
  • DR ready for agreement
  • Foreign Ministry lowers taxes
  • NY MTA could help SD Metro
  • Expatriates urged to propel development
  • Tax threatens cigar jobs
  • Dominican products benefit with DR-CAFTA
  • Mining continues to grow
  • Church urges Fernandez to speak
  • Drug busts
  • Names in AILA case released
  • UASD student still in coma
  • Dominicans make strides in NY
Thursday, 20 September 2007
  • Fernandez in NY
  • Fernandez and constitutional reform
  • Temporary workers get insurance
  • Government signs for US$130M
  • Coal plants would kill banana exports
  • Studying renewable energies
  • Trade with Russia on the rise
  • Sup-prime a la Dominicana?
  • CESFRONT to the border
  • Traffickers winning the drug war
  • Things get dicey at AILA
  • Drivers could cause gas shortages
  • Hotel Montana and politics
  • Selimans leave PRSC
  • Reckless driving injures two
Wednesday, 19 September 2007
  • Fight for cigar and textile sectors
  • A future for both Haiti & the DR
  • The IMF and Minister Montas
  • You can eat bread
  • WB helps civil registration
  • Matos asks for intervention
  • Industrialists question 10% tax
  • A.M. Speaking of regulations
  • More dead fish in Sanchez
  • Seven get to see Najayo
  • Long time land sales approved
  • Police and OTTT work together
  • Money mule sent to Najayo
  • PhotoImagen 2007
Tuesday, 18 September 2007
  • Fernandez in Miami
  • US neglect behind increase in drugs
  • Pharmacies want to eliminate Rx
  • The man of the cross is at it again
  • The other campaign
  • Documenting the undocumented
  • Haitian births in DR high
  • Fallen soldier gets citizenship
  • Geraldo de los Santos promotion
  • Kidnapped lady rescued
  • Customs finds money
  • The Louvre in SD
Monday, 17 September 2007
  • Fernandez in the States
  • More troops to the border
  • Central Bank places CDs
  • Fewer Dominicans returning
  • Ritz Carlton Cap Cana
  • Car imports up 30%
  • Fuel prices force changes
  • Bread sales down by 30%
  • Sugar harvest down
  • Plan Sierra makes forest grow
  • Ripples from Canadian drug bust
  • Esso robber caught at AILA
  • Supreme Court jails judge
  • Fake travel agents get 20 years
  • Shake off indifference
Friday, 14 September 2007
  • Supplementary budget passed
  • Debt still too high
  • 300 Mercedes Benz buses
  • Vehicle stickers on sale again
  • Hotel Montana leased
  • Businessmen demand law fulfillment
  • DOWS panel on mortgages
  • Dominicans in Puerto Rico
  • UNICEF: Infant mortality down
  • Alburquerque made RD$2 million
  • Soto Jimenez airs dirty laundry
  • Drug officials are threatened
  • Radio interceptions at the Police
  • Run a red light; spend 3 nights in jail
Thursday, 13 September 2007
  • Fernandez makes pitching debut
  • Clinics want out of SFS
  • Available health plans
  • ONAP regulating salaries
  • Not working; no problem
  • Supreme Court environment rhetoric
  • Campaign reform approved
  • Aura Celeste calls out the JCE
  • Heliport in front of Metaldom?
  • El Salvador Vice President visits
  • Diversifying free zones
  • Canadian drug cartel bust
  • Dolphy gets justice
  • Correction of Chayanne date
Wednesday, 12 September 2007
  • Subero proposes changes to judiciary
  • Puig warns of protected area breakup
  • He lost count of his salary
  • Millions for Central Bank concert
  • ARS are not essential
  • Senate gets a move on
  • JCE internal differences
  • Scotiabank gets bigger in DR
  • Mejia says Soto "sold out"
  • Pornography site principals deported
  • Duarte Hwy shut down again
  • Chayanne for Christmas
Tuesday, 11 September 2007
  • Fernandez and Soto Jimenez
  • Alliance to keep milk prices down
  • School breakfast program begins
  • Court rules on school for all
  • Venezuelan doctors to operate
  • Call for revoking freight increase
  • Lower those airport charges
  • Inflation in August was -0.6%
  • Many perks at the Central Bank
  • US new radar
  • Felucho's project gets fined
  • German to jail
  • Ramon Baez defense closes today
  • Gasoline station robbery
  • Santo Domingo Festival
Monday, 10 September 2007
  • IMF commends economic performance
  • Toll plaza to prevent accidents
  • Max Puig resigns cabinet post
  • Sand and gravel worries
  • Save Quita Espuela
  • Long lines at airports
  • Cargo increase onerous
  • Call for electricity cost cuts
  • Homs fast-tracked for electricity
  • Bishops slam high salaries
  • RD$152 million for the Church
  • Nobody agrees on JCE regs
  • Women's health is state issue
  • Careful about plastic clones
  • Police change tactics
  • DR wins in children's baseball
Friday, 07 September 2007
  • Leonel promises help
  • US is big winner of DR-CAFTA
  • Business wants say in electricity ruling
  • Bengoa denies increase in spending
  • Refunds begin Monday
  • AILA getting radar
  • It pays to give advice
  • Let's party
  • US donates boats
  • JMMB in the DR
  • Defendants blame Mejia
  • Reckless driver goes to Najayo
Thursday, 06 September 2007
  • Fernandez struggling?
  • Sticker reduction cleared
  • JCE approves reductions
  • Fiscal reform wasn't necessary
  • Pablo Amaury Espinal at DICOEX
  • Taiwan donates money
  • Bear Stearns: DR marketperform
  • AmCham on El Salvador VP visit
  • Remittances a big part of GDP
  • Controversial Bayahibe port contract
  • Human Rights want investigation
  • Mattel recall affects DR
  • Drug officials face challenges
  • Reckless driver gives himself up
  • Carrying sacks to running marathons
  • Win in Pan Am master swimming
Wednesday, 05 September 2007
  • Fernandez for President
  • JCE wants to halt early moves
  • IMF sees improvement
  • S&P ups DR ratings
  • Minister on SFS glitches
  • US$35 million from USAID
  • Educational gap = social gap
  • AES launches a new bond issue
  • Ines on transportation
  • Metal exports double
  • Solidarity with Haiti
  • Baninter defense closing arguments
  • Police haul in hundreds
  • Soldiers held in Moca shootings
  • US Coast Guard picks up 31
Tuesday, 04 September 2007
  • Fernandez in NYC
  • Vietnam and the DR
  • Pharmacies settle with SFS
  • SD Metro usurps funds
  • Plate tax reduction approved
  • Women dominate the classrooms
  • Fitch Ratings: Positive Outlook
  • Exports to Haiti decrease
  • Jorge Mera goes to OAS
  • A daring political strategy
  • Lawyers: billions in compensation
  • Crime down
  • Tragic bus accident
  • Pedro wins; gets 3,000 K
Monday, 03 September 2007
  • Start up woes for SFS
  • President's daughter recovers
  • US Navy trains counterparts
  • A balance of payments alert
  • DR-CAFTA treatment to Europe imports
  • Trade with Central America
  • Center studies Dominican courts
  • Thousands of new businesses
  • Light beer catches on
  • An aging population
  • Parties reject any coup
  • 1,386 betting parlors move RD$6 billion
  • Chinese toothpaste in motels
  • Sadistic couple get 30 years
  • Today marks 77th Anniversary of San Zenon
  • Dominican is World Sunfish Champ
  • Agatha Ruiz at Dominicana Moda
Friday, 31 August 2007
  • Government revenues up in July
  • Morales Troncoso in Vietnam
  • Malecon section closed
  • Bringing back Quisqueya Verde
  • Felucho says he is an open book
  • President's daughter in ICU
  • Too much for three parties
  • Who do Dominicans vote for?
  • Windpower for Samana
  • Haiti trade at US$160 million
  • State lawyers re Baninter closing
  • US increases penalties
  • Sonia doesn't agree with Fritz
  • Orchids as old as dinosaurs
Thursday, 30 August 2007
  • Working together for better education
  • Wiki hits the DR
  • The education priorities
  • Fernandez spends big on propaganda
  • Transparency in government
  • Cineas on Haitian migration
  • DR-born Haitians are Haitians
  • Illegal boat trips down
  • Lower taxes for tourism industry
  • 20 years for Baninter
  • 10 Grammy nods for Dominicans
Wednesday, 29 August 2007
  • Tech centers opened in VA and Santiago
  • Private sector and education
  • Dominican textiles most hurt
  • SFS is OK-ed, sort of
  • Changes in transport directors
  • Bernardo Vega criticizes government
  • War on corruption
  • Political prostitution
  • JCE tells generals to put up or shut up
  • Codetel president interview
  • Inexhaustible but not clicking
  • Cigar tax case makes Chicago Tribune
  • Closing arguments for Baninter
  • Haitians hired for online prostitution
  • Big drug bust in Higuey
Tuesday, 28 August 2007
  • Fernandez makes more moves
  • DGII refunding RD$40 million
  • Cocco is after millions, not pennies
  • UASD opens day care center
  • Aquarium temporarily closed
  • 1,600 MW in renewable energy
  • Reducing public debt a challenge
  • Business sector wants IMF
  • The finals of the Baninter case
  • Corruption as bad as drug trafficking
  • "Quita Tenis" gets seven years
  • Felix Sanchez wins silver
Monday, 27 August 2007
  • DR to follow in Panama's footsteps?
  • Trade deficit, capital surplus
  • Difficult times for exporters
  • Educator warns on priorities
  • A second or third chance
  • Poll reveals levels of inequality
  • Abortion debates
  • What did he say?
  • Thousands flock to Monument
  • New electric plans will cut off 16
  • Eight tons of drugs confiscated
  • Archbishop gets lucky
  • Dominican mountain climbers
Friday, 24 August 2007
  • License plate hike dropped
  • We're the reason for stability
  • Not another Verizon
  • Jose Tomas back in the mix
  • Slow going for SFS
  • Flour mill buyout proposed
  • Sugar quota brief correction
  • Richard Bernal bullish on EPA
  • DR supports Taiwan
  • DR enters FEALAC
  • US honors military attache
  • Fourth candidate is possible
  • Dominicans really not happy
  • DNCD tests itself
Thursday, 23 August 2007
  • Severance for government workers
  • Aggregate extraction ban maintained
  • RD$30 million for the Malecon
  • Is Bengoa over-confident?
  • ANJE criticizes lack of austerity
  • Exports up
  • Half-year Central Bank report
  • DR loses apparel market share
  • It pays to be a legislator
  • Political musical chairs pt. II
  • Second round needed?
  • The sad side of re-election
  • Abortion stirs strong feelings
  • Truck driver survives
  • Fishermens' bodies recovered
  • Censorship might be an option
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
  • Back to school
  • Political musical chairs
  • New government posts created
  • More reactions to the decrees
  • Understanding political maneuvers
  • Changes are scary
  • Free hand for corruption?
  • If elections were held today...
  • Falconbridge profit sharing
  • AES-Andres back on line
  • New chief cop says it will be "easy"
  • DNCD does not like reggaeton
  • Drive by shooting injures seven
  • Visual Arts Biennial
  • Juan Luis wins Latin Grammy
  • Tropical wave will bring rains
Tuesday, 21 August 2007
  • The smell of politics
  • Gallup poll on government
  • Gallup poll gets responses
  • Nice cop Santana is replaced
  • Dean roundup
  • US increases sugar quota
  • Tobacco tax in violation of DR-CAFTA?
  • The DR joins group
  • Back to school
  • INPOSDOM getting some help
  • Marcos Diaz sets record in NY
Friday, 17 August 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Monday holiday
  • Forget the IMF
  • Inflation at 4.65% so far this year
  • Government progress and problems
  • Economic boom not trickling down
  • Average 12% wage increase
  • Bernal visits for honing EPA list
  • Citizens need to get involved
  • Peruvian ambassador asks for help
  • 5 dead in Monte Cristi accident
  • Homicide rate down
  • No baseball in Puerto Rico?
  • Dominicans in Israel playoffs
  • A Golden Globe for "Yuniol"?
  • Long weekend for drinking
  • Peter Pan and weekend shows
  • Dean still south of DR
Thursday, 16 August 2007
  • Restoration Day
  • Fernandez faces new challenges
  • Economists want IMF to stay
  • Country's streets getting facelift
  • Registering foreign-born children
  • Alcohol sales extended
  • Vargas speaks out
  • A RD$450,000 pension
  • Transporters refuse to pay license tax
  • Airport authorities fight drugs
  • Kudos to Kudo
  • Diaz's feat intrigues the press
  • Dean expected to pass well south
Wednesday, 15 August 2007
  • Leonel returns and hits the stump
  • Oops, clinics not on board
  • Rock ash redux
  • New license plates begin today
  • Plans for old factory stir debate
  • JCE objects late birth declarations
  • JCE gets some work done
  • More bureaucrats?
  • Easier exports
  • Focus on US-DR relations
  • JetBlue flights from Boston
  • Natural gas for cars
  • Diabetes a major issue
  • Hurricane/Tropical Storm Tracks
Tuesday, 14 August 2007
  • President Fernandez in Mexico
  • Inching one step closer to SFS
  • Voting in jails
  • Ban on riverside quarries
  • Haiti and DR doctors work together
  • Back to school
  • Apartments for the Chocolate Factory?
  • You can eat your beans if you want
  • Ex-Panamanian president speaks tonight
  • Back to normal at Bahia Principe
  • Traffic chaos in La Otra Banda
  • Another Dominican dies in Iraq
  • Job openings at UN
Monday, 13 August 2007
  • Leonel makes the most of trip
  • Chavez offers gas refineries
  • Industrialists for competitiveness
  • Congress subordinate to President?
  • No more sand from rivers
  • Water usage changes needed
  • Warning about building in the east
  • More water issues: 1.5 million affected
  • Rains prove Guajimia rebuild working
  • Plastic reigns
  • Footbridges need maintenance
  • Highrises present challenges
  • Going underground in Santiago
  • Caetano Veloso at Altos de Chavon
  • Tropical Depression 4
Friday, 10 August 2007
  • Labor Ministers promote dignified jobs
  • The public debt
  • Most Dominicans in low-income bracket
  • 9.3 million in DR
  • What's in the hat for transport?
  • Tourism will break the mold
  • Tourism affects environment
  • Norovirus visits again
  • Coal contract is bad deal
  • It's getting harder to sell drugs
  • Dominicans the toast of the town
Thursday, 09 August 2007
  • Fernandez goes to Venezuela
  • Renewable energies will bring investment
  • Plate renewals begin next Wednesday
  • RD$28 billion later and still
  • NGOs need to get it right
  • Opposition to lifting alcohol schedule
  • 77 mothers breastfeed
  • Food downs British tourists
  • Mother blames Bush for son's death
  • Payano honored in New Jersey
  • China will help Dominican Olympic athletes
  • The New York Post lists 'Dominican Dynamos'
Wednesday, 08 August 2007
  • School starts the 21st, or else!
  • Prepaid electric meters
  • Bengoa and tourism
  • Gonzalez Nicolas, honorary consul for India
  • CONEP downplays meeting
  • Agripino echoes Cardinal on drinking hours
  • Beware of the beans!
  • Bancredito case finally on docket
  • DNCD ropes two mules and a fugitive
  • Glaucoma research halted
  • Low pressure to bring rains
Tuesday, 07 August 2007
  • President makes energy law official
  • Labor loophole closed
  • No fun with toys
  • AGs reduce fees
  • Reinaldo urges 1 September start date
  • Details on trade with Haiti
  • The PLD gets mean
  • Estrella still looking to be the star
  • Dominicans for tests
  • Dominican dead in Kuwait
  • US Embassy passport procedures
  • Caribbean golf tournament
Monday, 06 August 2007
  • Doctors and businesses await the call
  • Judges at JCE agree to keep quiet
  • Schoolbooks will now last four years
  • A billion for greenhouses
  • Now bridges are news
  • Aristy Castro proclaimed
  • Fernandez gains PRSC points
  • Study shows duplicate agencies
  • Study looks at low earnings
  • Haiti is third trading partner, maybe
  • Local stores remove toys
  • Armed Forces unit for copper theft
  • Alex is youngest to hit 500 HR
  • They learned the hard way
Friday, 03 August 2007
  • Fernandez inaugurates works
  • Fernandez supports Subero
  • Ministry of Foreign Relations cuts fees
  • No surprise: Deputies approve changes
  • Sichuan credit approved
  • Late birth declarations on the rise
  • Concern over toys affects DR
  • Where apparel stands
  • AIDS doctor to be charged for deaths
  • Brit mules now?
  • US specialists operate on children
Thursday, 02 August 2007
  • Montas highlights DR economy
  • Rum and tobacco could lose market
  • Students get scholarships
  • Attorney General responds to Subero
  • Lack of follow-through hurts system
  • And if someone dared?
  • Let the name-calling begin
  • Business sector unhappy with SFS
  • Election time inaugurations banned?
  • Gun permit renewals
  • Increased security at the UASD
  • AIDS test lab closed
  • Taiwan donates bicycles
  • Dominican Scouts celebrate centenary
  • Daddy Yankee and a pencil
  • Dominican soprano hitting her notes
Wednesday, 01 August 2007
  • Subero fires at Justice Department
  • Chamber approves social security changes
  • Court breaks monopoly
  • JCE gets more, lots more.
  • UASD applauds top cop
  • Law might become a dead letter
  • Venezuela could get paid with services
  • Manzanillo falling apart
  • Jose Leon optimistic
  • Prosecutor shoots accused
  • Illegal meds block quality control
  • Twelve-car wreck on Duarte Hwy
Tuesday, 31 July 2007
  • SFS on today's agenda
  • Aura Celeste Fernandez stirs JCE
  • Three months to go legit
  • FTA with Mexico
  • Plate renewal brings needed money
  • Bonetti against a new IMF accord
  • Understanding the paradox
  • Move to abolish NGOs
  • Central Bank pats its back; public starves
  • RD$35 million suit
  • Belize supports DR aspirations
  • Deciding the Rio Group's Agenda
  • Higher US immigration fees
  • Embassy bans its employees from Loft
  • Sans Souci expects many tourists
  • AIDS drug suspended
  • Manny AL POW; Martinez makes starts
Monday, 30 July 2007
  • DR fulfills IMF goal
  • IMF ready to sign new accord
  • Fernandez promises funds for JCE
  • JCE will consult with parties
  • New prices for plates
  • Smaller taxes removed
  • It isn't working
  • Canada FTA talks set for October
  • Patronage blamed for the "petty cash boxes"
  • Haitians can go to school
  • Many meds nixed by FDA
  • Street vendors doing well
  • Arms inventory causes stir
  • Forum announces another strike
  • A look into AIDS "cure"
  • Recycling plants at Rafey
  • Historic US migration ruling
  • Final days of Rio 2007
Friday, 27 July 2007
  • President calls special Congress session
  • SFS will be more expensive
  • SISALRIL and UNDP designate funds
  • Montas calls for more reforms
  • Electricity theft law speculations
  • Senators want more cash
  • CEI-RD heads to US to defend products
  • Commerce with China up
  • DPCA fighting corruption
  • Training customs personnel
  • Senate approves Indetur
  • DR and Andalusia sign agreement
  • Aerodom playing favorites?
  • Price of passports going down
  • New movie on Haitians in the DR
  • MLB protecting its players?
  • Pan Am updates
Thursday, 26 July 2007
  • Fernandez discusses water situation
  • DGII 10 year overview
  • Off the books sales will be controlled
  • Energy criminalization bill
  • ARS and doctors reach agreement
  • Japanese help two decades strong
  • Codetel to make investments
  • Spotlight on abortion
  • Increasing security at airports
  • Pan Am updates
Wednesday, 25 July 2007
  • Fernandez cuts more ribbons
  • Aura Celeste wants changes
  • More, much more for the Metro
  • Interest rates might go up
  • Border attracting new attention
  • "Buscones" still at work
  • More street patrols
  • The truth about Depreco
  • Erosion threatens Boca Chica
  • Taiwan donates US$9 million
  • Informal workers are the norm
  • A cure for AIDS?
  • Pan Am Games Rio 2007 update
Tuesday, 24 July 2007
  • Economy gets good marks
  • No postponement for SFS
  • DGII's fiscal intelligence unit
  • Energy criminalization bill passed
  • Chamber ratifies IDB loan
  • Fadul on pension fund use
  • Industrial competitiveness hurting
  • Euromoney on Dominican banking
  • South Korea loan for Customs
  • Diplomatic ties with Vietnam
  • Danilo a no show at meeting
  • New drug hits Dominican market
  • Funny, sad and true
  • Pan Am updates
  • Joan will fight in September
Monday, 23 July 2007
  • Ex Im Bank again?
  • More farmer's markets
  • Health plan still in trouble
  • Different opinions on "little boxes"
  • Price of fuel goes down!!
  • Non-regulated users on hold
  • Deputies and the IMF
  • Shell has a buyer
  • CONATRA in trouble
  • Barahona tourism could grow by 50%
  • Bishop Felix Pepen
  • Wendy Cruz wins in cycling
Friday, 20 July 2007
  • Fernandez in Constanza
  • Energy law changes on hold
  • Big money in city government
  • Health officials will monitor Chinese milk
  • Deputies just as rich
  • Transparency for congressional funds
  • CMD and others threaten SFS
  • Barrick Gold explores mine
  • Eligio is cleared
  • Colonial Zone patrols increased
  • The DR is getting old
  • Chinese man freed
  • Pan Am update
  • COE raises alerts to green
Thursday, 19 July 2007
  • President signs municipalities bill
  • Fernandez and Danilo meet
  • Valdez Albizu wants the IMF to stay
  • More English in schools
  • German defends millionaire politicians
  • SFS still faces challenges
  • Alburquerque awards Dominicans in NY
  • Bill change rejected
  • CD approves legislation
  • WTO agrees to extension
  • DR exports to China increase
  • Tourism real estate market looks promising
  • Aerodom defends itself
  • PLD giving out water
  • Virtual pimp sent to jail
  • Pan Am update
  • Rain forecast for the weekend
Wednesday, 18 July 2007
  • Fernandez turns a valve
  • A big money list
  • Aristy gains against Fernandez
  • Clinton visit
  • CONEP and the Congress
  • Foreign investment climbs
  • Municipal woes
  • Police Chief unhappy with Justice Department
  • Municipal woes
  • Canada warns its travelers
  • Hurricane supplement
Tuesday, 17 July 2007
  • Las Placetas Hydroelectric Dam
  • The foreign debt
  • Explaining high prices
  • Importers have 60 days
  • Plate renewals set for August
  • Clinton visiting the DR
  • Malaria under control
  • What are they hiding?
  • Indotel virtual classrooms
  • More Internet accounts
  • Politicians challenge dismissals
  • Cheaper beer
  • Pan-Am Games update
  • Diaz faces latest challenge
  • July at Casa de Teatro
Monday, 16 July 2007
  • LF blasts bureaucrats
  • LMD cutbacks receive support
  • Be careful with your plastic
  • Up, up, up
  • Energy issues still on top
  • Tourism and health
  • Prices have climbed
  • Mangoes
  • DEA looking at remittances
  • AMET needs more troops
  • Insiders in identity fraud
  • A good start at Rio 2007
Friday, 13 July 2007
  • Preval's visit: "Exceptional"
  • LMD now is mere advisor
  • Advertising spree
  • Inflation at 4.38%
  • China defends itself by dirtying the DR
  • DR competitive disadvantages
  • AIDS programs shutting down
  • CNN on drug trafficking problem
  • Customs finds more money
  • Six billion spent on "macuteo"
  • Program helps cancer patients
  • 14 years for Plutarco Gonzalez
  • Peter Pan at the National Theater
Thursday, 12 July 2007
  • Surplus funds allotted
  • CD and UNDP sign agreement
  • Canada and DR have FT meeting
  • Economic impact of this week's strike
  • Infant mortality still high
  • Free buses?
  • UNFPA and DR sign agreement
  • Dominican population increases
  • DR host literacy conference
  • UN diplomats suspended
  • Cuban global warming alert
  • No excuse for sexual harassment
  • Quirino should get 100 years
  • Many children work in Southwest
  • What are they hiding?
  • Big worries for Big Papi
Wednesday, 11 July 2007
  • Palamara-La Vega deal
  • Senate oks quasi-fiscal funding
  • Senate condemns bias campaign
  • Military behind copper stealing
  • Caribbean Biological Corridor
  • DR has low index at World Bank
  • Oligopoly behind high prices
  • Codia vs. Osiris de Leon
  • Falsely accused will sue DNCD
  • Customs seizes US$738,585 on ferry
  • Identity theft in the DR
  • Bomb builder dies
  • Tragic death in Italy
  • Pan Am Games forecast
Tuesday, 10 July 2007
  • Fernandez wants bills passed
  • Preval visiting DR
  • A peaceful strike
  • DR, Cuba begin trade talks
  • EPA with EU moving forward
  • Unemployment high in the DR
  • Sexual harrasment at universities
  • Dominicans have lots of phones
  • Vlad wins All Stars derby
  • Five on Latin Legends team
  • Horford signs for big cash
  • Super Felix comes in 3rd
Monday, 09 July 2007
  • Fernandez starts cutting ribbons
  • Goodbye Victoria
  • Segura defends Sichuan deal
  • PYMES want at pension monies
  • How to lower milk prices
  • Cuba interested in Dominican markets
  • Rogelio still working hard
  • The Monday strike
  • Bomb blast injures three
  • Who are these guys?
  • Mother and son reunited
  • Thirty years later
  • Dominican bishops invite Benedict XVI
Friday, 06 July 2007
  • Lu continues her visit
  • Documenting the anonymous
  • Sichuan, Segura defend contract
  • Mexican delegation coming to DR
  • One-way trade with Central America
  • Are prices really higher?
  • Bishops meet with Pope
  • Abducted child found in Haiti
Thursday, 05 July 2007
  • VP Annette Hsiu-lien Lu visits
  • 4,000 dwellings for capital city?
  • A political project?
  • SFS makes progress
  • Rockash funds being used
  • Korean loan for education
  • ANJE wants another IMF agreement
  • PRD makes accusation
  • DR and PR sign agreement
  • Tax collections up
  • Women just as corrupt as men
  • Crime down in the DR
  • Bon announces eco friendly campaign
Wednesday, 04 July 2007
  • Pension money for housing
  • Conep makes a point
  • Price hikes linked to costs
  • JCE internal strife
  • Causes for blackouts
  • Barrio asks for promises to be kept
  • Strikes and the Armed Forces
  • Dajabun's economic revival
  • Patriots receive proper burial
  • Seized planes stripped for parts
  • Depreco chief removes prosecutor
  • Ambassador Nadal Rincon
  • Most of sextuplets go home
Tuesday, 03 July 2007
  • Mexican talks
  • DR seeks African vote
  • Taiwanese Vice President visits tomorrow
  • Security paper for property titles
  • CDEEE explains blackouts
  • How to keep milk prices reasonable
  • EPA and dairy import duties
  • Category 1 for Dominican aviation
  • Level 3 alert at airports
  • Theft at AILA
  • Stolen cell phone activation decreases
  • Chinatown attracts investors
  • Pope receives Dominican bishops
  • DR delegation to Rio Pan Am
Monday, 02 July 2007
  • From Hollywood to Domiwood?
  • Dominican flag planes will fly to the US
  • Calvo on toll roads
  • JCE to control party finances
  • High prices allow EDEs to make money
  • FTA talks with Canada
  • Food fair a success
  • Basic foodstuffs up in price
  • Rumors heat up milk markets
  • No way to check milk
  • Ethanol might not have enough land
  • Betting parlor woes
  • Police graduate 500 new patrolpersons
  • Dell fined RD$116.5 million
  • Dominican wins in kiteboard tour
  • Ten go to All Star game
Friday, 29 June 2007
  • Fernandez sends letter to Colombia
  • Taiwan Vice President to visit DR
  • Anti-DR campaign surfaces again
  • JCE holds forum
  • Metro to connect to grid
  • $800 million for renewable energy
  • Dominican products sold in US
  • Brits looking to import
  • The cost of not signing with Europe
  • Much left to do
  • Santiago building its tramway
  • Lugtmeijer goes to Depreco
  • Free knees and hips
  • Horford goes third
Thursday, 28 June 2007
  • President meets "bodegueros"
  • Agro fair begins
  • Jimenez staying put
  • Harley Davidsons a complete waste
  • US military helps training
  • Armed Forces on border surveillance
  • Hanesbrands closing shop
  • Natural gas vs. propane
  • Ex Shell exec doesn't show
  • Celebrating choice
  • UNFPA: 60% live in cities
Wednesday, 27 June 2007
  • VIADOM means more tollbooths
  • Time is running out for EPA
  • More money for LPG subsidy
  • FINJUS and freedom of information
  • HMOs oppose plan
  • Passengers not covered
  • Shell admits errors
  • Shootout near Police HQ
  • Dragnets found guns and drugs
  • Judge denies Florian bail
  • Eat bananas, be happy
  • The Le Scipion lies in Samana Bay
  • Cabarete kiteboard event
Tuesday, 26 June 2007
  • SFS campaign
  • Same books for next year
  • DR no longer a failed state
  • Clean it up
  • IDB funds for water
  • Customs defends double taxation
  • Europe-DR: Milk monopoly to end
  • Anje opposed to Renove II
  • Phantom plane drops drugs
  • Prosecutor rejects RD$100M deal
  • Accidents: leading cause of deaths
  • Israel scholarships and trade
  • Gun owners don't renew
  • Dominican wrestlers stay in Spain
Monday, 25 June 2007
  • Customs double dipping?
  • IMF warning on ethanol
  • DR-CAFTA has safeguards
  • Powdered milk could double in price
  • Dengue offensive considered a success
  • Plan Renove II
  • Senate strips LMD of funds
  • Senate likes money
  • "This country is screwed!"
  • Over 150 illegal flights
  • Swift boats for DR
  • Three drown in scavenger attempt
  • Quirino wants a deal
  • CIA announces declassification of documents
  • Karina sings at the White House
Friday, 22 June 2007
  • Big borrowing from Brazil
  • Deputies approve recapitalization
  • Senate approves tax cuts
  • Less able to evade taxes
  • JCE organizing a national debate
  • Inside details of Puig interpellation
  • High-rise Santo Domingo
  • Priest urges commitment to education
  • Police department cleaning house
  • Phantom women caught
  • Senate will honor Sammy
Thursday, 21 June 2007
  • Lula and Fernandez sign agreements
  • Customs introduces new form
  • EPA with Europe at risk
  • Environmental soap ends in apology
  • The Brazilian airplane controversy
  • Dogs don't take bribes
  • A fight for the beach
  • Malecon Libre's days are numbered
  • US travel sans passport authorized
  • Soldier's wife causes immigration debate
  • Sammy finally does! 600 runs
Wednesday, 20 June 2007
  • Max goes before Senate today
  • Coalition calls for transparency
  • Protected Areas should have '72 borders
  • Historic city center refurbished
  • Pensioners from overseas get tax breaks
  • Senate approves tax modifications
  • Textile mill for the Cibao
  • Boca Chica switches to ethanol
  • Too many eggs in the basket
  • Vandalism leaves 1000s with no water
  • Guajimia residents will pitch in and help
  • Cargo holdups need to be stopped
  • Dengue campaign ready to roll
  • AMET announces 38% fall in tickets
  • Dominicans on All-Star lists
Tuesday, 19 June 2007
  • Leonel shops for planes in Brazil
  • Campaign reform could become reality
  • Discussing desertification
  • SFS finally makes progress
  • Senate to vote on Sichuan loan
  • Asonahores meeting yet to happen
  • Medical equipment scam
  • Cheap Santo Domingo?
  • Diario Libre scholarships
  • Scholarships for Cuba
  • USF helps Miches
Monday, 18 June 2007
  • Leonel in Miami
  • Shell wants investigation
  • Senator quizzed on parkland deal
  • Max has a busy week ahead
  • TV not books
  • Free coffee
  • Middle class gets no tax breaks
  • Oh, just RD$15 billion or so...
  • JCE rules on elections
  • Clusters for Santiago
  • Priest blames state for guns
  • Kidnappers caught
  • Shake, rattle and roll!
  • Sosa at 599
Friday, 15 June 2007
  • Fernandez leaves today
  • Call for shorter campaigns
  • Puig won't retract statements
  • Tourism numbers slow down
  • Natural gas kits to be sold
  • Shell denies accusations
  • Central Bank recapitalization
  • IDB asks for loan approval
  • DR needs agreement with Caricom
  • Metal exports exceed US$20 million
  • Construction sector wage increases
  • Canadian cooperation projects
  • Korea donates equipment
  • Revolutionaries get proper burials
  • Buyers beware of fake Colgate
  • Diaz looks for glory in Key West
Thursday, 14 June 2007
  • Fernandez honors revolutionaries
  • First Lady returns in the nick of time
  • DEA and DNCD sign agreement
  • Jimenez Pena denies claims
  • Energy contract only gets worse
  • The two Chinas and the DR
  • Inflation increased in May
  • Airport tax will pay for planes
  • Tourism sector not concerned
  • Park of the East irregularities
  • Dominican soldier tells his story
  • Former First Lady passes away
  • Dominican baseball in Taiwan
  • Rains continue
Wednesday, 13 June 2007
  • Fernandez hands out keys
  • Scandal at the refinery
  • We warned you!
  • Fernandez leads in polls
  • Amable "wins" primary
  • Senate to summon Puig
  • Two-way FTA sought
  • Spending taxes with equity
  • IMF needed here
  • Exports update
  • Vehicle assembly factory for Santiago?
  • Dengue on the rise
  • DR on Watch List
  • Minors at work in Santiago
  • Landslides along Luperon Hwy.
Tuesday, 12 June 2007
  • Fernandez to Brazil
  • Guajimia apartments for poor
  • Jimenez challenge ignored by board
  • Tax Department motorcycle registration
  • Hernandez against tax cuts
  • Government collects 43% more
  • Traffic lights to do their job
  • Looking for gold, copper and silver
  • Aristy maintains lead
  • World day against child labor
  • Child rapist sent to jail
  • Domestic violence on the rise
  • 50% of prisoners tied to drugs
  • Dominican basketball in trouble
Monday, 11 June 2007
  • Huge benefits from the NCF
  • Government looks at teamsters
  • Magistrate calls law obsolete
  • Do not jump a red light
  • Contractors assist in fraud
  • Visa mafia in Ministry of Labor
  • Last day to renew gun permits
  • Experts look at Penal Code
  • Customs seizes thirty containers
  • Marbella again makes local headlines
  • Dispute over power plant guarantee
  • Aristy leads in vote count
  • Tardif canonization sought
  • Earthquake felt Cibao
Friday, 08 June 2007
  • Apply then fly
  • FTA talks to resume with Canada
  • Senator on protected areas revision
  • Coalition will monitor situation
  • SFS discussions not happening
  • The Metro dream continues
  • OMSA to get new rides
  • PRD senators challenge coal plant
  • AES Andres gets natural gas
  • Border bridge re-opens
  • Cardinal speaks
  • "Anti-Christ" in the DR?
  • Amable Aristy to win PRSC primary?
  • Latest crime figures
  • Check forgers caught
  • Student tragedy in Santiago
  • Beauty and the Beast a la Dominicana
Wednesday, 06 June 2007
  • DR1 to break for Thursday holiday
  • Economy heating up
  • Tax break = RD$1.9 billion
  • Motorcycle registration to start?
  • New audit for Social Security
  • Puig's case turns comic
  • Tourism minister calls for support
  • Many still isolated
  • DR emigrants send money
  • Nuts
  • 800 never show up
  • The general's thieves are dead
  • DR vs Canada in volleyball
Tuesday, 05 June 2007
  • Fernandez names Guajimia council
  • Agriculture in Cibao takes a hit
  • COE warns the public
  • Morales defends the DR
  • Discussions set for the 12th
  • Bahia Principe Bayahibe on hold?
  • DR and Brazil strengthen ties
  • Cigarettes to stay expensive
  • Dolphy becomes an inspiration
  • Hope dwindles in DR soldier case
  • Protecting the turtles
  • Pepe Goico leaves the country
  • Drug pilots headed for jail
  • DR wins in men's volleyball
  • Best of handball
  • Kiteboarding championships at Cabarete beach
Monday, 04 June 2007
  • Rains ease, caution urged
  • Guajimia needs more time
  • Shopping for airplanes in Brazil
  • DR and malnutrition
  • Hepatitis warnings
  • TINSTAAFL at the bank
  • DR uses a lot of ballpoints
  • Income up and so is inflation
  • C-sections are more risky
  • Dominican brain drain
  • Fill 'er up! Oops!
  • Former prosecutor cites penalties
Friday, 01 June 2007
  • Mother Nature beats down on the DR
  • Hurricane season starts
  • JCE force officials to stop
  • Senate head "forgives" AC
  • Figueres opposes coal-fired generators
  • CEDIMAT begins diabetes treatments
  • Government presents new HIV/AIDS plan
  • Dominican health risks
  • "Sextuplets" doing well
  • SDE mess getting smellier
  • Ministry authorizes hotel
  • Lockward case to be reheard
  • Man kills two; commits suicide
  • Soldier's parents go to embassy
  • All not good for A-Rod
Thursday, 31 May 2007
  • Fernandez's tax reductions
  • Government tax surplus
  • ANJE on proposals for tax cuts
  • Alburquerque: SFS in 90 days
  • Government tourism initiatives
  • JCE pauses process
  • Edes making progress
  • Questioning hotels in Park of the East
  • Ethanol agreement with Brazil passed
  • DR and Haiti sign agreement
  • Three of a kind
  • Justifying the many NY consuls
  • Provinces on high alert
  • Five Dominicans lead All-Star game voting
  • Super Felix in NY
Wednesday, 30 May 2007
  • Health plan on hold for 90-days
  • A call for lower taxes
  • IMF urges "caution" with surplus
  • Pressure mounts on accounts office
  • Only 12 are accredited
  • Tourism arrival numbers slow a bit
  • The minister is upset
  • Now Almeyda looks to Ford
  • Mortgages good for pension funds
  • Legislators incensed over Puig
  • Dominican dies in Iraq
  • Forty six years ago
  • Rains damage bridges and homes
  • Pan Am men's volleyball
  • Best of handball
Tuesday, 29 May 2007
  • Fernandez speaks tonight
  • Playing the vehicular blame game
  • Tourism Minister has unfair advantage?
  • Puig criticizes plan
  • Record number of consuls
  • Free zone workers still waiting for raise
  • Body of soldier found; identification not made
  • "Sextuplets" doing well; triplets not
  • Flood warnings continue
  • Fighting domestic violence
  • Manny looks for record
  • Jose Maria Figueres at the UASD
Monday, 28 May 2007
  • Converting public transport to natural gas
  • Associated Press looks at Metro
  • Grounded police cars
  • Government could lose RD$6 billion
  • Criminalizing billing for energy not served
  • Voting system stalls chamber
  • JCE worried about lack of interest
  • Special Force patrols frontier
  • Real "tree-huggers"
  • I spy #1
  • Another real estate scandal in Higuey
  • Good buys at supermarkets
  • Babies, more babies
  • Cellphone blamed for explosion
  • PGA Champions Tour in DR
Friday, 25 May 2007
  • Leonel will speak on SFS, taxes
  • Government to submit new IMF letter
  • Bengoa says government can stay mum
  • Segura defends himself
  • Foreign Minister attends Taiwan summit
  • Reasons for high prices
  • Buyers beware
  • Ethanol plant to be built
  • Nightlife tragedy strikes
  • Kidnapped soldier's parents have hope
  • Mother gives birth to five
  • Marc Anthony coming
  • Ju and Xue doing well
  • Is this Sammy's weekend?
Thursday, 24 May 2007
  • Vice President defends SFS
  • More eligible voters
  • Balaguer, Bosch and Pena on voting list
  • The "revolution"
  • OAS & UNESCO reps deny slavery
  • Personal difference stopping energy law?
  • Maritime Delimitation Law rejected
  • PRD plan for cheaper fuel
  • Brazilian mission to the DR
  • Montas: Businesses keep ITBIS tax
  • Government invests in the southeast
  • MLB back in the DR?
Wednesday, 23 May 2007
  • Ground-breaking for Mets Academy
  • IMF has a hard time with deputies
  • Senate authorizes bond issue
  • Where is RD$141 billion?
  • President nixes SS changes
  • Tough issues re health plan
  • Doctors will stay away from SFS
  • Bridge repair does not halt trade
  • Electoral board postpones review
  • Mayor defends his trees
  • Miamization of Santo Domingo?
  • Amnesty International reports
  • Hurricane signals
Tuesday, 22 May 2007
  • Not even Leonel gets agreement
  • IMF mission on the economy
  • Voting abroad could be suspended
  • Sans Souci Ports loan
  • Venezuela helps Dominicans
  • Domingo Abreu recognized for Pomier Caves
  • Iraqis detained at AILA
  • Canadian ambassador calls for more security
  • Violence against women
  • Slain drug dealer was out on bail
  • Vanessa's killers get sentenced
  • Mr. Cool not a hot commodity
  • Tropico in the DR
  • Alejandro Sanz concert postponed
  • Huchi Lora & Nuria on radio
  • Bronze in world tae kwon do event
Monday, 21 May 2007
  • Leonel looks for an agreement
  • President receives tax proposals
  • IMF pressures for passage of bills
  • An editorial for the middle class
  • UNDP slams Chamber of Accounts
  • Toothpaste scare round-up
  • Coffee sector produces US$20 million
  • Checks are nearly obsolete
  • Historic new highs for fuels
  • Cardinal blasts TV obscenity
  • Another storm hits Dajabon area
Friday, 18 May 2007
  • Fernandez inaugurates remodeled facilities
  • Business sector wants SFS postponed
  • Protest against tree cutting
  • Deputies present resolutions
  • France distances itself from anti-DR campaign
  • Amnesty not calling it slavery
  • Aristy provides proof
  • Massive blackouts blamed on vandalism
  • Scheduled blackout for tomorrow
  • Central America and Caricom negotiate FT
  • Positive gesture in light of tragedy
  • Largest cruise ship to visit
  • Police chief
  • Man gets 30 years
  • Manny passes Willie
Thursday, 17 May 2007
  • First Lady wins prize
  • Solar panels to be installed
  • Business sector agrees with Ortega Tous
  • Morales wants business council
  • Salcedo defends palm trees
  • Lora and metro studies debate
  • Reverse for mega wages
  • Dominican judges meet
  • Dominicans and Haitians protest film
  • AIRD voices concern
  • Las Terrenas police relocated
  • War in Iraq hits home
  • Tragedy in Spain
  • Sammy does it again
Wednesday, 16 May 2007
  • Problems with the IMF?
  • Companies delay deductions
  • Workers compensation deductions
  • Slow funding foils plan
  • Ortega proposes a flat tax
  • Deputies modify Penal Code
  • Accounts mess gets messier
  • Pro Haitian migrants campaign
  • Chamber rejects charges in France
  • The plight of Haitians in Haiti
  • Number of cell phones
  • Cardinal attacks drugs
  • DNCD recovers drugs
  • Fort Terrenas?
  • Amelia Vega in US TV reality show
Tuesday, 15 May 2007
  • Government has big surplus
  • Economy grows 9.1% in first quarter
  • Wall Street says DR outperforms
  • Government could save RD$7.5 billion
  • All is fine between DR and Venezuela
  • Everything goes up
  • Congress back to work
  • Free zone exports down by 25%
  • Orange provides new service
  • INDOTEL closes shops
  • Macarulla fears anti-DR campaign
  • US officials deny intervening
  • US Embassy donates equipment
  • Confiscated Viagra was headed for DR
  • Inmates learn skills; get paid
  • Kids get help in Santiago
Monday, 14 May 2007
  • Docs and clinics confuse SFS start
  • Dajabon, days later
  • More funds for OPRET
  • Metro studies "do not exist"
  • A government official above the law?
  • A look at power company figures
  • Salary scandal grows
  • Dominicans reach Puerto Rico
  • Huge death toll on the roads
  • Volleyball readies for Pan Ams
Friday, 11 May 2007
  • President visits "tornado" area
  • Santiago gets money
  • IMF mission arrives Wednesday
  • Government looks for another loan
  • No tax cuts
  • New industrial parks
  • Wishful thinking with the Metro
  • Energy sector subsidies
  • Caricom meeting in Belize
  • JCE to watch campaign funding
  • Fernandez's approval rating
  • Total vote for Fernandez
  • Aristy defends himself
  • Fernandez and Horford
Thursday, 10 May 2007
  • New natural gas plant
  • Don't use LMD funds
  • Too much money for politics
  • DGII collects more money
  • Conditioning renegoting generation
  • Dominican Fiesta doesn't break rules
  • Air Dominicana announced
  • Destructive Dajabon "tornado"
  • Cops sent to jail
  • Saldana's hat at the Kentucky Derby
  • Jaime Colson in Switzerland
  • Rumors still haunt Sammy
  • Dominican dinger derby
  • Nine Dominicans among MLB's best
Wednesday, 09 May 2007
  • Powerful storm hits Dajabon
  • Renewable Energy Law
  • Bear Stearns investment update
  • Foreign debt at US$8.42 billion
  • Taxpayers take to the Internet
  • A cut in taxes?
  • Plates for motorcycles
  • Penal Code reform goes to Congress
  • Free zones go on offensive
  • Hanesbrand closing three plants
  • Samana heads growth list
  • Pork producers object to quota handling
  • Geologist says no volcanoes
  • Cardinal wants short campaigns
  • Police look at three for escape
  • Felix Sanchez Invitational
Tuesday, 08 May 2007
  • President passes five laws
  • Fernandez maintains 71% lead
  • Bear Stearns on Fernandez win
  • EU to give funds
  • JCE asks candidates to hold off campaign
  • Huchi waits; FINJUS reacts
  • Tourism authorities increase entry fees
  • CDEEE reports deficit
  • Ministry of Environment foreign funds
  • A catastrophe in the making
  • Heliport change of plan
  • Congress gets back to work
  • Dominican Fiesta says it follows rules
  • Dominican textiles in FTZ take a fall
  • Killer cops on the run
  • Charlie Villanueva to play in DR
Monday, 07 May 2007
  • Fernandez wins party primary
  • Meeting yields some results
  • Government might use Verizon cash
  • Record crowds for Book Fair
  • Call centers grow, slowly
  • Renewable energy bill boosts wind projects
  • Once more into the breach!
  • Why prices don't go down
  • Spain increases aid by EUR8 million
  • Internet growth is steady
  • El negrito del batey
  • "Que se dice" What's being said
  • Automatic weapons used in killing
  • The best of America's dancers
Friday, 04 May 2007
  • Metro records to be withheld?
  • Fernandez says metro will be cheap
  • Fernandez defends spending
  • Conciliation in the PLD
  • Jaime David backs Fernandez
  • 83.4% Leonel, 16.6% Danilo
  • DR attractive for investments
  • Cocco on prices
  • CDEEE gets bulk of money
  • Improving the power situation
  • Renewable energy
  • Haitian and Dominican officials meet
  • RD$450 million for Higuey jail
  • DDP in Spain
  • Sammy and Manny set marks
Thursday, 03 May 2007
  • Government revenues up
  • Moody's ranking
  • Montas explains low ranking
  • DR to hold forum in Brazil
  • Diplomatic status for Flacso
  • Cuba and DR signing FT agreement?
  • Cutting back on scholarships
  • France donates equipment
  • "Vla" gets 30 years
  • A-Rod and Reyes get recognition
  • Reyes on most beautiful list
  • Bachata in Madrid
Wednesday, 02 May 2007
  • Diandino vs. Huchi
  • Corridor becomes garbage dump
  • Numbers, instead of ideas
  • Reaching out to Dona Chucha
  • Jose Tomas Perez votes to be annulled
  • Customs declarations must be online
  • A society behind bars
  • Mother's Day sales
  • Caribbean Golf Classic
  • Spiderman opens in DR
  • Yoryi Morel at the Museum of Modern Art
Tuesday, 01 May 2007
  • Court orders transparency in metro case
  • Family Insurance (SFS)
  • Fernandez meets Japanese delegation
  • Fernandez ranked seventh in approval
  • Dona Chucha gets a break
  • Taiwanese may help train prisoners
  • French ambassador on investments
  • DR's unemployment rate high
  • PLD still won't budge
  • Narcisazo case to be reopened
  • The realities of sex tourism
  • Drug control agent murdered
  • Sammy needs just five
Friday, 27 April 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Labor Day
  • Castanos makes proposal
  • Jose Tomas drops out of race
  • PRD calls for cheaper cedulas
  • DR increases business in the DR
  • DR and Korea signing agreement?
  • Mirador criminals to jail
  • Kidnapped child rescued
  • Tourism workers also get raises
  • Tourism losing opportunities
  • Search and rescue operations intensify
  • Dominican students standout at Model UN
  • Dominican success at Billboard awards
  • Slamming Sammy
Thursday, 26 April 2007
  • CNS approves increase
  • Raise not mandatory for all
  • Congress and Senate take a break
  • Political parties want reform
  • Pointing out the weaknesses of the DR
  • DGII goes digital
  • Criticism for HIV/AIDS exclusion
  • What's up for grabs
  • Focus on Dominican deportees
  • Only 100,000 "fichas" valid
  • Toddler abducted; ransom wanted
  • Fishermen rescued
Wednesday, 25 April 2007
  • Renewable energy bill to be law
  • Family Health Plan doesn't cover much
  • Nation climbs tech chart
  • Challenges for cross-border trade
  • Salary Committee meets today
  • Internal revenue to help free zones
  • Parties to spend RD$350 million
  • Groups demand policy definition
  • Bishops on massive migration
  • Drug testing for 5000
  • Boat with 34 on board sinks off Montecristi
  • The Apprentice to Cap Cana
Tuesday, 24 April 2007
  • Penn Governor Rendell visits
  • DR and foreign investment
  • DR-CAFTA's here - but prices keep rising
  • Salary debate continues
  • Traffic fines used for prison remodeling
  • UASD and drivers sign agreement
  • Energy distributors doing better
  • Salcedo defends project
  • Latin American politics workshop
  • Alex is unstoppable
  • Book fair launched
Monday, 23 April 2007
  • Summit approves EUR233 million for Haiti
  • Haitian minister puts illegals on agenda
  • Subero defends drug testing
  • More taxes for bigger government
  • Manning worries about education
  • Bishop urges compulsory education
  • Cardinal supports wage hikes
  • Labor unions lay out demands
  • Constanza prepares for exports
  • Haina bonds surpass expectations
  • Police chief irked by quick releases
  • Cops go after Mirador gang
  • Book Fair opens
Friday, 20 April 2007
  • Rio Group meetings
  • Danilovich visits for Millennium Challenge
  • World Bank report hails progress
  • Investment brings peso appreciation
  • Congress passes FTZ incentives bill
  • Scheduled power outages Saturday
  • Rosario mute on PLD campaign spending
  • Deputies break for politics
  • Workers union have new offer
  • More criticism for heliport
  • Judge gives ten days
  • UASD turns into war zone
  • The Mirador del Sur Park bandits
  • "Hurricane chasers" visit
  • Dominicans in sports
Thursday, 19 April 2007
  • JCE approves birth registry for foreigners
  • Fabiancic offers aid
  • Rio Group meetings continue
  • Supreme Court tests for drugs
  • Improving the freight system
  • Presidential campaign funding mystery
  • New bus fares come into effect
  • Hoy-Gallup poll
  • Unions march; want raises
  • Pushing for wind, solar and hydro power
  • No Presidente Music Festival this year
  • Preparing for Book Fair
  • Hear the drums
  • A-rod red hot; Big Papi does it again
Wednesday, 18 April 2007
  • Summit begins its meetings
  • Fixing things up
  • RD$50 million for micro businesses
  • Millions mobilize to fight dengue
  • Drivers bow to Diandino
  • Huge investment in tourist sector
  • Retroactive DR-CAFTA duty treatment
  • Poll on government spending
  • Basic items up a lot
  • A cannon to kill a fly?
  • Cibao protests get violent
  • II Pan American Men's Volleyball Cup
Tuesday, 17 April 2007
  • Documentation for Dominicans
  • Rio Group meets today
  • Plaza de la Salud organ transplants
  • Education on Dengue
  • Understanding FTZ struggles
  • Helping FTZs
  • No wage parity
  • Taiwan gives medicines
  • Justice for Orlando
  • A Dominican at Virginia Tech
  • Subero says investigation is stalled
  • Dominicans in sports
Monday, 16 April 2007
  • DR improves ICT ranking
  • Lots of money for government
  • Corruption is all over government
  • Bus fares increased
  • RD$28 billion in transport funds
  • March inflation
  • Storm affects flights to US
  • Gallup poll
  • New president for AmCham
  • Crashing into Police HQ
  • On son and salsa
  • Sosa needs 10 homeruns
Friday, 13 April 2007
  • Less driving time to Macao
  • Bengoa supports dollarization
  • Raising worker salaries
  • Robert Reid receives HIV funds
  • Government surplus to the metro?
  • Bishop calls for campaign reform
  • Don't cross red lights
  • Plan Renove Part II
  • Transporters on Santiago's tramway
  • DR-CAFTA trade shows
  • BanReservas increases profits
  • BHD merger
  • Direct foreign investment going up
  • Jewelry store thieves get 30 years
  • Money transporters detained
  • Are you ready for some football?
Thursday, 12 April 2007
  • Fernandez receives credentials
  • Rio Group meets in the DR
  • Predicted reduced economic growth
  • Non-producing copper exporters
  • Funds for FTZs
  • Puerto Rican business groups visit DR
  • Wage negotiations off
  • Santiago tramway starting August
  • Protecting the environment
  • Pensions official caught
  • Coal plant begins construction
  • MVP in Chile
  • Blackouts in the Colonial Zone
  • Pan American Judo tournament begins today
Wednesday, 11 April 2007
  • Mayor backs off tax effort
  • Labor meets today to set date
  • Homicides are down 33%
  • Church defends its stance
  • Tax Department returns money
  • ANJE objects to subsidy funds
  • New park has a bad smell
  • Senate approves IT crime bill
  • Senators defend the "little barrel"
  • Robbery is number one crime
  • Mutilator kept in jail
  • Falconbridge to expand their refinery
  • Rain damage estimates
Tuesday, 10 April 2007
  • Creating a subsidy fund
  • Disagreeing with Montas
  • Ministry signs agreement
  • Businesses label bill unconstitutional
  • Tax Department corrects mistakes
  • Tax collections up
  • Price of gasoline continues climbing
  • Wage negotiations at a standstill
  • Pierre will remain a citizen
  • DR part of bioenergy program
  • COE release final report
  • Rains will continue
  • National Aquarium has loss
  • DR gets royal visit
Monday, 09 April 2007
  • 28 dead and 460 injured
  • Priests lash out in Sunday's sermon
  • Public health launches new campaign
  • Children giving birth to children
  • EU FTA without DRTR
  • EU makes an offer
  • GAO finds mess in city accounts
  • Concern about PEME case discharge
  • Cibao Valley flooded by more rains
Wednesday, 04 April 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Easter
  • Santiago-Licey highway to get four lanes
  • Ortega Tous sent to Colombia
  • DR to get ethanol assistance
  • Metro keeps spending a lot
  • ANJE: government still overspending
  • Exports up 64% in first quarter
  • "Green tax" unleashes protests
  • Lack of transparency stalls market
  • Three down and two to go
  • Holy Week Radio Network
  • Holy Week exodus begins
  • Accident prevention during Holy Week
  • Most hotels fully booked
  • Easter Week religious events
Tuesday, 03 April 2007
  • Political parties take a break
  • Political parties get funds
  • Pie-Pierre calls investigations vengeance
  • Opinions on the Pie-Pierre case
  • OPRET and transporters reach deal
  • Adjusting for the DR-CAFTA
  • Negative trade balance after one month
  • DR-CAFTA changes customs
  • Businesses begin increasing salaries
  • Drug assets seized
  • Santo Domingo west levies "green" tax
  • Hospitals get RD$30 million for Holy Week
  • Another cell phone tragedy
  • Suspected Gulias killer caught
  • Horford makes the difference
Monday, 02 April 2007
  • Fernandez hits campaign trail
  • Safety precautions for Easter Week
  • Bank loan for Samana aqueduct
  • Highway renewal plan gets funding
  • No information on websites
  • Drivers make big bucks
  • Hotels want a clean up
  • Broglio asks some tough questions
  • Pie-Pierre ready to defend herself
  • Fuel hits new high
  • European remittances grow
  • Tragic weekend on the highways
  • Baseball supplement
Friday, 30 March 2007
  • Stavridis meets with Leonel
  • Fernandez could sit in wage talks
  • Fernandez on the campaign trail
  • Fernandez submits bill
  • Pie could loose citizenship
  • Imaginary border controls
  • IMF plans revision
  • Being fair re electricity penalties
  • Hospitals getting funds
  • Hubieres ends hunger strike
  • Cardinal speaks out
  • Burned workers released
  • Canadian embassy gives funds
  • Journalist found dead
  • Susan Sarandon to film in DR
Thursday, 29 March 2007
  • Fernandez inaugurates new park
  • Deputies return to work
  • IMF: energy sector doing well
  • Government suspends CNS
  • Money for the Metro
  • Juan Bosch Bridge gets maintenance
  • Pigs need government help, too
  • Southern Command chief makes visit
  • Fake cigars confiscated and burned
  • Hubieres, on hunger strike
  • Interpol captures killer
  • British announce new visa prices
  • Rains expected to stop
  • Brangelina getting married in the DR?
  • Paulina Rubio in the DR
  • De la Renta honored
  • Nieve Xue wins gold in table tennis
  • Horford receives post season honors
Wednesday, 28 March 2007
  • Government convenes CNS
  • Government buys ambulances
  • Remittances save the bacon
  • INAPA sends water to Bani
  • Joy along the border
  • Deputies take stances
  • Hot potatoes
  • Looking for gold and silver
  • Less new car sales this year
  • Rains to continue
  • Cardinal looking good
  • PUCMM students to train in Disney
  • Charitin gets her Soberano
Tuesday, 27 March 2007
  • New registration for foreign births
  • US$30 million international campaign
  • Country launches plan to fight HIV/AIDS
  • Wages impasse continues
  • OPRET and driver's unions meet
  • More privileges for power companies
  • Site for heliport found
  • Is dengue fever back?
  • Breathalyzer campaign causes confusion
  • Fernandez still the most popular
  • Rains cause death and damages
  • Government pays for chickens
  • Youth gangs promise peace
  • Chinese Dominicans have success
  • DR becomes a soccer nation?
  • Casandra awards tonight
Monday, 26 March 2007
  • Fernandez for President
  • US$81.3 million loan for dam
  • Congress has to pass guarantee'
  • Singular honor for Castanos
  • Minister favors change in curfew
  • Management position sparks debate
  • Consumer confidence down
  • Cigar exports are up
  • New bill to boost sector
  • He got caught, tried and convicted
  • Nice try!
  • Cid Wilson turns to politics
  • Police have two killers
  • Coke on the beach
  • Rains forecast to continue
Friday, 23 March 2007
  • LF discusses business
  • Business organizations support President's Plan
  • Using pension funds is not unusual
  • Segura challenges business sector for solution
  • Wind power park conflict ends
  • Alburquerque to mediate wage impasse
  • JCE creates 41 electoral colleges
  • Government surprises public; pays compensation
  • Amarante considers AI report one-sided
  • Hertell receives Order of Merit
  • Developments in EU agreement are positive
  • Pension thieves are on the run
  • Ex-judge questioned
  • More surgery for bus bombing victim
  • Unionists to wait before appealing
  • Tragedy in San Francisco
  • Omega gets deported
  • Strange but true maternity mishap
  • Santiago reigns with beauty
Thursday, 22 March 2007
  • Turning the DR into an exporter nation
  • Investors trust the DR
  • Almeyda asks for help
  • No wages deal in sight
  • Macarrulla calls for privatization
  • AES International deposits funds
  • Samana project suspended
  • AI calls discrimination "deeply rooted"
  • France's responsibility in Haiti
  • Mother turns activist
  • US Embassy moving?
  • Getting ready for Easter Week
  • Colonial Zone getting a makeover
Wednesday, 21 March 2007
  • Two new free zones created
  • Singular honor for Castanos
  • Congress has to pass guarantee
  • TCW explains its lawsuit
  • Iglesias says growth is not enough
  • Wage talks to continue
  • Union leaders get bail, vow to fight on
  • Debates open on migration policies
  • Police have two killers
  • Minister favors change in curfew
  • Women in photography
Tuesday, 20 March 2007
  • Competitiveness Plan launching
  • US big chains coming to DR
  • Haiti and DR sign telecom agreement
  • DR fights terrorism
  • Judge sentences transport leaders
  • Geologist calls for metro works halt
  • Segura says lawsuit has no foundation
  • Calling for a strike
  • DR could lose banana export market
  • Tampa Energy will invest
  • March Madness continues
  • Havana Nights in DR
Monday, 19 March 2007
  • Fernandez blames US for drug increase
  • Chilean support for DR innovation
  • JCE suggests changes
  • Sugar making headlines
  • Fuel up 7 weeks in a row
  • Sustainable development for Miches
  • Merchants say sales are down
  • Smith Enron has new name and owners
  • DR sued for US$680 million
  • Calvo cites "big mistakes"
  • Police question transport leaders
  • No transport strike for now
  • Police capture four assailants
  • Yet another bishop
  • "Tornado" hits parts of Santiago
Friday, 16 March 2007
  • Fernandez and Preval
  • Drug summit today
  • Castanos considers leaks a problem
  • Santiago historical buildings get facelift
  • US company building low-cost housing
  • Competitiveness improves; still not good enough
  • Exports estimate high
  • Unions meet on the down low
  • Study reveals alarming statistics
  • Babies being registered
  • Chaos in obtaining good conduct document
  • Tourism rates decrease
  • Subero taken to Miami
  • Sosa and Sosa
Thursday, 15 March 2007
  • Fernandez prohibits cancellations
  • Heads of state come for Drugs Summit
  • Judge Fernandez on SOMO investigations
  • JCE and Public Health inaugurate civil registry
  • DR presents projects; looks for investments
  • Inflation for February 0.31%
  • Dominicans polled on work
  • Police apprehend bomb throwers
  • 911 in the DR
  • American doctors help children
  • Breathalyzers not reliable
  • Construction on bi-national market begins
  • Subero robbed by man he knew
Wednesday, 14 March 2007
  • Fernandez and Preval meet for drug summit
  • Re-election stirs more debate
  • Senate overrides veto
  • Wage talks stall a bit
  • Pluri-employment is the way to go
  • AG to investigate firebomb attack
  • Centennial sold to Trilogy
  • Marchanta Plaza opens in Santiago
  • Ferries del Caribe reject new port
  • Car insurance up 30%
  • Thief lynched in Bonao
Tuesday, 13 March 2007
  • DR prepares for drug summit
  • Montas in Mexico
  • Hispanic Chamber of Commerce visit
  • DR-CAFTA workshop
  • EU gives more funds
  • Transport deficiencies affect exports
  • Italian hotelier murdered
  • Bus stoppage causes chaos
  • Beer companies dispute Almeyda
  • Paraiso de Dios to be cleaned
  • Plan Renove back in court
  • Five reasons to watch March Madness
  • Luis Castillo hosts clinic
Monday, 12 March 2007
  • Exporting education
  • A green airport for SPM
  • Small business drowning under new taxes
  • Nunez C. pushes for talks, not strikes
  • Authorities can't control cable theft
  • Unions threaten a 35% cargo hike
  • Drivers begin actions today
  • Breathalyzers, much ado about nothing?
  • Bishop links army to Haitian immigration
  • Whales are really a sight
Friday, 09 March 2007
  • Leonel to make candidacy official
  • Customs to speed up process
  • Industrialists' proposal sparks debate
  • Breathalyzers hit the streets
  • DEA head in the DR
  • Creating efficiency at the JCE
  • Blacksmith back in the DR
  • Bus and taxi unions to meet OPRET
  • Brugal exports big
  • German wind power
  • Youths receive tourism scholarships
  • Hiding the truth?
  • Government will eliminate "fichas"
  • Celebrating a patriot
  • Forbes Top 10 pitchers list
Thursday, 08 March 2007
  • Leonel Fernandez in PR
  • Voters increase for 2008 election
  • Valentin and others fire back
  • Haiti and DR announce agreement
  • Communication continues increase
  • Will there be a sugar quota?
  • Diandino asks for patience
  • First Industrial Congress
  • DR opens fair in Panama
  • Voters increase for 2008 election
  • Breathalyzers will be used today
  • La Vega will remain La Vega
  • International Women's Day
  • Juan Luis #1
  • Israel Baseball League contracts Dominicans
Wednesday, 07 March 2007
  • Closer ties with Saudi Arabia
  • Coal-fired generators, redux
  • For deputies, "Food comes first"
  • No sugar for the European Union
  • Rules of origin give boost to DR
  • Capellan on industry issues
  • Attorney General to cleanse files
  • Strikes in Bonao, Salcedo and Santiago
  • Chief sends 100 patrols to the streets
  • US State Department on human rights
  • John XXIII Center is a model
Tuesday, 06 March 2007
  • Fernandez at building site
  • Time for Arabian investments
  • Energy distributors increase collection
  • JCE in Puerto Rico
  • CEI-RD forecasts increased exports
  • Businesses ready for CAFTA
  • Hipolito and Danilo comment on FTA
  • Importers wait 45 days for DR-CAFTA
  • DR finally ready for San Jose Pact?
  • Sugar production slows
  • Darys Estrella to Bolsa de Valores
  • Rockash funds will be used for clean up
  • Vicente Fox visits DR
  • Hubieres: "anything can happen"
  • Naming the "jevitos"
  • Rains expected
  • Sosa, Horford and Mejia get honors
Monday, 05 March 2007
  • President Fernandez to Guyana
  • Bear & Stearns positive on DR
  • Redesigned 'cedula' will stall forgers
  • JCE to get out the documents
  • Rock ash settlement
  • Martinez Moya on DR-CAFTA
  • Health workers return to jobs
  • Fewer drug arrests in 2006
  • Are you on file?
  • Two tourists hurt diving with whales
  • Grand Finale for 2007 Carnival
Friday, 02 March 2007
  • Fernandez: DR-CAFTA historic opportunity
  • Buy from the USA
  • DR-CAFTA to help end cargo monopoly
  • DR to get European sugar quota
  • Eradicating child labor
  • DR and Haitian ministers to meet
  • Agreement against terrorism
  • Selman appointed New York consul
  • Methane gas to generate power
  • Prosecutor gets identity stolen
  • JCE centralizes civil registry
  • Corporate America, Census box priorities
  • Family business succession conference
  • Santiago gets Serie del Caribe 2008
  • Carnival at the Malecon
Thursday, 01 March 2007
  • Bush clears FTA with DR
  • AES and DR government settle
  • LF to Guyana
  • A few cabinet changes
  • CEI-RD projects increased investment
  • Electric highway
  • Scholarship students receive debit cards
  • Medicine cheaper beginning today
  • Metro won't be ready
  • JCE seeks to dismantle mafia
  • Salary committee meets today
  • Auxiliary police receives criticisms
  • Don't drink and drive
  • Emissions affect tourism
  • Brazil will cover PanAm costs
Wednesday, 28 February 2007
  • President Fernandez speech
  • A.M. on the Speech
  • Free zone closures affect all
  • Investors meet with Fernandez
  • Pay incentives OKayed by JCE
  • Publico drivers recover part of subsidy
  • Don't drink and drive
  • Regulating police promotions
  • 12,700 promotions
  • President creates the Police Auxiliary
  • Massive roundups in Herrera
  • New tax makes weddings expensive
Monday, 26 February 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Independence Day
  • President state of the nation speech
  • Now Rosario notices losses at JCE
  • Fuel prices up for four straight weeks
  • Two new deals needed for DR-CAFTA
  • New wharf for Puerto Plata?
  • Labor unions will not attend meeting
  • Divided opinions over planes
  • Nunez de Caceres park is finished
  • Four thousand jobs in education
  • More gold
  • Haiti is a captive market
  • Basic foods up 10.8%
  • DR looks to sell more sugar to Europe
  • Santo Domingo Music Festival
Friday, 23 February 2007
  • President Fernandez's meets Slim
  • Fernandez leads flag celebration
  • DR-CAFTA coming soon
  • No decision regarding wage increase
  • JCE postpones incentive decision
  • Road work
  • Exporters might be exempt from tax
  • Van Der Horst on tourism
  • Wind park doesn't have permission
  • DR to become a AA hub?
  • A break in the Vimenca robbery case
  • Mazarrasa speaks
  • Costa Rica will help DR with energy
  • Leakages
  • And the winners are...
  • Naif paintings at the CCE
Thursday, 22 February 2007
  • Fernandez to delay Constitution bill
  • FTA with Canada on the table
  • Chevron and carriers resolve problem
  • Small business creates jobs
  • US helps DR control airspace
  • Cuban engineers help look for oil
  • Plutonium may be detoured
  • Playing cat and mouse
  • PR could tax remittances to DR
  • La Cabra finally caught
  • Police fire 650
  • Runaway children tell their story
  • Children will receive treatment
  • Dominican Pop Art
Wednesday, 21 February 2007
  • The incentives still divide the JCE
  • Traffic woes in Santo Domingo
  • Cespedes gets literature prize
  • Victor Capellan to lead DANR
  • Ocean World side to controversy
  • Transparency costs more
  • Free zones ask for emergency measures
  • Four removed from PEME trial
  • Five runaways found in Higuey
  • Steals car and goes to work in it
  • What the country doesn't know
  • Carnival supplement
  • Master of the Ocean 2007
Tuesday, 20 February 2007
  • High consumption sustains DR economy
  • Unemployment down
  • Castanos will not take incentives
  • "We've fulfilled the requirements"
  • Still no agreement on salary increase
  • Rum sales down in January
  • More money for city halls
  • No money for Bani aqueduct
  • Ministry to answer Spanish ambassador
  • Taiwan lawnmowers for baseball
  • Sexual stimulants still unregulated
  • Cold breeze blows through DR
  • Finalist for Woman/Man of the Year
  • Clara Elena Ramirez passes away
Monday, 19 February 2007
  • Telecoms companies to spend RD$2 billion
  • The bridge that started out cheap
  • 24/7 power for some
  • World Bank funds still stuck
  • Recapitalization calls for more bonds
  • United Nations likes re-privatization
  • JCE to pay taxes
  • A plan to rescue industries
  • Business owners offer a 5% increase
  • Ambassador's comments get heat
  • Mortgage fair sells RD$3.35 billion
  • Trump's Cap Cana
  • Fanjul Group in takeover move
  • Local tomato production at risk
  • Bani is thirsty
Friday, 16 February 2007
  • Sharma's visit: "historic"
  • Shopping for airplanes?
  • IMF on the DR
  • Ministry of Health to fortify foods
  • Protecting the ecosystem
  • Dominicans in Cuba
  • Dominicans in Dutch communities
  • Sirchal revitalization workshop
  • Pared Perez asks for the truth
  • The tallest building
  • JCE charges 50
  • Rockash case update
  • Dominican prostitution ring dismantled
  • Haitians gang members arrested in DR
  • Drug shipments busted
Thursday, 15 February 2007
  • Fernandez in Puerto Rico
  • IMF agrees on letter of intent
  • More taxes for tourism areas
  • Air Dominicana in 2008?
  • Indian investors interested in DR
  • Indotel opens new center
  • Constitutional reform in trouble?
  • PRD not convinced
  • JCE to decide on incentive
  • Parties receive money
  • Sewage system vs. metro
  • Drug tests for judges and prosecutors
  • Drinking less beer
  • German nationals arrested
  • Storms in NY affect flights in DR
  • Big Papi big on charity
Wednesday, 14 February 2007
  • Tackling propane shortages
  • NGO swapped for incentives
  • The best of all possible worlds
  • Manning on FTA
  • 90% of farm workers are Haitian
  • Major traffic tie-ups near UASD
  • Pared wants SCJ to get tougher
  • Attorney General blames gangs
  • Two officers killed
  • Drugs Council says judges are afraid
  • Resources for love
Tuesday, 13 February 2007
  • IMF to review Stand-by agreement
  • Promese to reduce medicine costs
  • Indian Foreign Minister in DR
  • Agreement with U of Barcelona
  • "We've done our job!"
  • PRSC meets with Leonel
  • Estrella looks to be favorite
  • Aristy Castro gets his visa back
  • Dominican peso devalued 12%
  • Las Terrenas wants to close late
  • Conatra drivers on drugs
  • Spain wants license change
  • Dominican children overweight
  • American Football in the DR
  • Ballet from around the world
Monday, 12 February 2007
  • Moratinos in DR
  • Consumer Price Index lower
  • Metro got more than most
  • Government to spend in Dajabon
  • Aura Celeste once more
  • Aura Celeste led it off
  • Chamber of Accounts: Judge and side
  • Government will audit officials
  • Corruption officer frustrated
  • TCW should sue AES
  • High interest does not halt plastic
  • Self-employed earn more
  • Huge Sancocho
  • Minister disputes Attorney General
  • Athletes of the Year
  • DR to 2nd round David Cup
Friday, 09 February 2007
  • Leonel to discuss Constitution with parties
  • DR and Central America sign agreement
  • SESPAS will fight malnutrition
  • Government changes urged
  • Excess regulation
  • Pediatric Unit for Cedimat
  • SDSS says city halls also owe
  • TCW case update
  • JCE prepares for 2008 election
  • PLD approves candidates
  • Clinics closed due to abortions
  • Help for Puerto Plata to fight drugs
  • Pujols becomes a US citizen
  • Dominican tennis
  • Arabian Nights
Thursday, 08 February 2007
  • El Catey airport inaugurated
  • The Biometric Initiative signed
  • Talks with Trust Capital of the West
  • Government owes Social Security
  • Customs to adapt to DR-CAFTA
  • Transport unions make first offer
  • Metro affects business
  • Increase in hunger worries UN
  • The new Vicini Group
  • PLD still thrives on patronage
  • Caribbean Series
  • Independence Cycling Tour
Wednesday, 07 February 2007
  • Bidding will save RD$750 million
  • CDEEE studies lawsuit
  • Ministry of Environment closes tannery
  • Drastic reduction in GLP subsidy
  • Department of Taxes reports large increase
  • Government wants limits increased
  • OGM data bank
  • Forum looks at ideological stalemate
  • China is not the problem
  • A drug bust with implications
  • Police talk to barrio leaders
  • DR wins Caribbean Series
Tuesday, 06 February 2007
  • Leonel and Hipolito meet
  • DR ratifies disabilities agreement
  • Dominican doctors at work
  • Creating jobs
  • JCE inquires if incentive is illegal
  • NY JCE rep defends himself
  • AES ash case update
  • AES Dominicana sues government
  • DR-CAFTA in limbo
  • US cuts all military aid to DR
  • DNCD head receives death threats
  • Charges against Customs head
  • Vigilantism "not the solution"
  • Armed Forces on pensions issue
  • Is she or isn't she Sonia Pierre?
  • Political poll
  • DR leads in Caribbean Series
Monday, 05 February 2007
  • Public hearings on reform are over
  • Saudi investments imminent?
  • Getting to know the breathalyzers
  • Grant Thornton on the DR
  • The Millennium Challenge Account
  • Official confirms "diverted" checks
  • DNI uncovers JCE complicity
  • JCE salaries go down
  • Corruption cases fail in court
  • Supreme Court on Plan Renove
  • US DEA looks at Haitian frontier
  • The dangerous profession of journalism
  • Self-defense brigades in barrios
  • Several hurt in Jimani
  • Puerto Plata hotel pioneer passes away
  • DR leads in Caribbean Series
Friday, 02 February 2007
  • Aura Celeste and JCE policies
  • DR takes on Grupo Rio presidency
  • JCE close cedula center
  • Clarifying the breathalyzer controversy
  • UNICEF offers help in registering kids
  • Expatriates want citizenship to be automatic
  • Danilo fights for his people
  • Cheap labor now creating a problem
  • 200 caught and brought back to the DR
  • Fraud at the Armed Forces
  • Please say no to dolphins
  • Roberto wants heliport
  • Caribbean Series gets underway
  • Jazz, soul and blues
Thursday, 01 February 2007
  • Spotlight on Aura Celeste
  • No consensus for Electricity Law changes
  • 100 public works projects to be finished
  • Salary Committee meets today
  • Delays in diplomatic wages
  • Warning AMET about breathalyzers
  • Unions want debt cancellation
  • Villa Juana to get 24-hour power
  • DR becomes BCIE member
  • Quirino money handed over
  • US proposes increase in costs
  • DJ Tiesto at the kartodromo
  • Sanky Panky in theaters today
  • Juan Luis premieres new video
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 31 January 2007
  • Giant push for agriculture
  • New Presidential Guard
  • Give twelve, pay for two
  • Breathalyzers go on trial
  • Wedding fees are blow to tourism
  • Over a million fake IDs
  • Church asks for definition
  • Children will not be tried as adults
  • Cardinal doing fine
  • New call for an end to violence
  • Diversifying in free zones
  • Texaco-Chevron insists on transport
  • Goodbye Verizon, Codetel is back
  • Connecticut baseball drive
Tuesday, 30 January 2007
  • Fixed fees at civil registry offices
  • Cedulas for a million Haitians
  • Negotiator against trade monopoly
  • Tax collections up
  • High taxes on fuel
  • Breathalyzers arrive today
  • Illegal beans
  • Aristy voted to LMD
  • Miguel Vargas wins PRD candidacy
  • Estrella: transparency re the metro
  • Time runs out in Goico case
  • Cardinal doing fine
  • Ex-Brazilian President in DR
  • Marcos Diaz impresses in Argentina
  • It's official; Sammy a Ranger
  • Baseball update
Friday, 26 January 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Duarte Day holiday
  • Juan Pablo Duarte's birthday
  • Strike canceled; unions to negotiate
  • IDB provides funds
  • Cid Wilson to PepsiCo board
  • DR could lose credit
  • No new FTA's
  • Aristy can't lose this one
  • Things get dirty as convention nears
  • George is curious about his jewels
  • Pensions accused haven't paid bond
  • Departments cooperate in war against drugs
  • Carnival in La Vega
  • Baseball
Thursday, 25 January 2007
  • 6% growth forecast for 2007
  • Vanderhorst: Young Global Leader
  • DR-CAFTA playing the waiting game
  • Caricom agreement will be reviewed
  • EU funds national budget
  • UASD increased registration
  • Transport unions meet for solution
  • Error upon error
  • Choosing the presidential candidates
  • USAID celebrates 45th anniversary in DR
  • Clinton foundation signs agreements
  • Buyer of Vanessa's phone now free
  • DNCD keeps working
  • The academies go recruiting
  • Baseball
Wednesday, 24 January 2007
  • Treasury & Economy ministries
  • Military ready for transport strike
  • Government agencies call for a halt to strike
  • Motorcycle tags in April
  • Tax revenue up by RD$28.3 billion
  • DR now a part of BCIE
  • Most Wanted
  • Supreme Courts looks at troops in court
  • Court orders trial for Vanessa's killers
  • A call for renewed USAID programs
  • Marranzini calls for a consensus
  • Attacks on Law 28-01 stymie investors
  • DNCD warns of child drug use
  • Baseball finals
Tuesday, 23 January 2007
  • Education and health get money
  • Dominican ship prohibition lifted
  • Que se dice
  • Hotels to get rating
  • Underground for Santiago?
  • Microsoft DR donates US$1.9 million
  • MVP and Ortiz big spenders; JCE wants reform
  • Transportation strike warm up
  • Fake trip to Spain; 270 get conned
  • Haitians repatriated
  • Cardinal to go home
  • Dominicans and Alzheimer's disease
  • Baseball
Monday, 22 January 2007
  • Forum suggests new Ten-Year Plan
  • Agricultural production up in 2006
  • Talk about nepotism!
  • Free trade with Taiwan has to be flexible
  • Bishop of Higuey speaks out
  • Lower oil prices have little effect
  • Cardinal and Freddy on the mend
  • Kidnappers caught quickly
  • Lucky escape
  • Propane supply back to normal
  • Bear Stearns sees low inflation in DR
  • Baseball
Friday, 19 January 2007
  • LF inaugurates public works in SPM
  • Pension funds make 11.5%
  • Quicker Customs clearance
  • Wage increase talks
  • Monitoring pollution
  • JCE begins clean up
  • Government to keep GLP subsidy
  • Metro accountability
  • DR to open US trade offices
  • Government officers campaign for Leonel
  • PRD supporting Aristy
  • Boca Chica trash scandal
  • DR to host drug summit
  • Cardinal recovering well
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 18 January 2007
  • JCE in shambles
  • Taxes for political jobs
  • The DR will head Rio Group
  • DR-CAFTA around the corner
  • USAID to give more money
  • Conep's new leader gives speech
  • AEIH on trade with Caricom
  • EdeEste wants end to vicious cycle
  • Cardinal's surgery a success
  • Reduced use of birth control
  • Pensions thieves in jail
  • Baseball looking to remove barriers
  • Sammy's back... sort of
  • Barry Bonds in the DR
  • Licey to the finals
Wednesday, 17 January 2007
  • President lauds students and teachers
  • SEA to sell poultry cheap, cheap
  • Forests grew by 5%
  • Cocco demands attention
  • JCE cries foul!
  • Superpowers to Power Superintendent
  • Ecuador offers energy help
  • "Scrap" exports push mining
  • The academies go recruiting
  • Important discovery in Bayahibe
  • Cardinal under the knife
  • 20 years for smuggling deaths
  • Teen drinking brought to light
  • Carnival news from Santiago
  • Baseball
Tuesday, 16 January 2007
  • Diandino promises Metro surprise
  • Stand-by agreement postponed again
  • Tax-free wage limit raised
  • CDEEE renegotiates Madrid Accord
  • HOMS vies for health tourism
  • Show your license plate
  • South Korean legislators visit
  • Libro de Extranjeria
  • DGA submits cases
  • French rapist arrested
  • Baseball heats up
Monday, 15 January 2007
  • Electoral Board to reduce size
  • Metro ups and downs
  • Lights won't go up in 2007
  • Authorized bill numbers
  • Urging end to trucking monopoly
  • Lost jobs in free zones
  • Business wants more credit
  • Exorbitant government wages
  • Lack of interest in national problems
  • Too early start at sex
  • Freddy recovering
  • Nintendo saves the birds
  • Rain, rain, go away
  • USCG rescues 23
  • Visa to Spain now more costly
  • A smile for thousands
  • Cardinal hospitalized
  • Concert in Higuey
  • Miguel Tejada to join Aguilas
  • Here is the baseball
Friday, 12 January 2007
  • Leonel returns from Nicaragua
  • Exports increased
  • Dominicana in London
  • Farming gets a break
  • Breathalyzers
  • Santiago getting railway?
  • RD$12 million for primaries
  • Threatening to strike
  • The DR leads in lead
  • Abortion at San Lorenzo maternity
  • Children used for drug trafficking
  • S&L process finished
  • Serial rapist caught
  • Wisin & Yandel at Chavon
  • Mets could build their own academy
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 11 January 2007
  • Leonel attends Nicaragua inaugural
  • Energy law approved
  • Resolving birth certificate problem
  • UASD goes digital
  • Fast pace for Metro construction
  • Speeding up budget approvals
  • Government aids Central Bank
  • DR-CAFTA news
  • Flyash case going to trial
  • Big increase for freight
  • Government aids Central Bank
  • Maternity ward reports abortion numbers
  • Tremor shakes up DR
  • 108 repatriated from US
  • Police catches kidnappers
  • Lovewrecked on ABC
  • Gigantes still in the lead
Wednesday, 10 January 2007
  • Constitution proposal and Congress
  • Navy gets more swiftboats
  • Parking meters work well in Santiago
  • Education will not change texts so often
  • Public debt rises to US$13 billion
  • Vega warns on Metro funding
  • Trucking natural gas vs. pipeline
  • Yet another CAFTA stumbling block
  • Supreme Court sets paternity standards
  • A special cell phone court
  • Wheat shortage fears
  • Deadly results
  • Nine named in Pensions case
  • Contraband had a common owner
  • Fernandez chooses Miguel Vargas?
  • Baseball results
Tuesday, 09 January 2007
  • President to visit Nicaragua
  • President discusses economy
  • Constitutional reform debate all set
  • Getting documentation
  • Rockash case to be heard
  • FTZ new companies
  • Harmonizing legislation to international rules
  • Verizon charges less
  • CDEEE house in Jarabacoa
  • Conatra and Fenatrano join forces
  • Gas price increase
  • PUCMM and Sorbonne sign agreement
  • Jorge Blanco leaves hospital
  • Back to school
  • Minors caught with drugs
  • Baseball update
Monday, 08 January 2007
  • Austerity didn't reach Congress
  • Subero Isa calls for changes
  • Hospital charges to be removed
  • Not enough AMET officers
  • Study for Santiago tramway
  • Former President recovering
  • Going bananas
  • Wedding tourism on the rise
  • Metro CC bond issue
  • Customs officials under arrest
  • Vanessa Foundation helps 33
  • Pope calls in Dominican bishops
  • Too many chickens?
  • AgroFair for February
  • Baseball
Friday, 05 January 2007
  • Budget goes through Senate
  • Fernandez in Nicaragua
  • Malecon beautification
  • Fighting HIV/AIDS
  • JCE approves rules for primaries
  • DR-CAFTA office
  • Phasing in fuel price increases
  • The money for the metro
  • Dario Contreras to be remodeled
  • Spanish Attorney General visits DR
  • New diplomats
  • Bush choice for ambassador
  • Landing in Guatemala
  • Illegal Haitians detained
  • Jewelry thieves go to jail
  • Dogs for DNCD
  • Juan Luis and Oscar in People
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 04 January 2007
  • Leonel on budget concerns
  • Still no consensus on 07 budget
  • Debt increases because of Metro
  • Fernandez postpones trip
  • Things are peachy for Medina
  • Fiscal reform reformed
  • Spain donates buses
  • Consuls have to go
  • Beer and other costs soar
  • Tasty chickens
  • New Year's baby
  • Drive through venues still open
  • Customs makes bust
  • Accused to be extradited
  • Martinez Pozo proof
  • Panamanian sailors abandoned
  • Visas to be easier?
  • Baseball round robin
Wednesday, 03 January 2007
  • President greets more than 1,000
  • Lotsa money for the Metro
  • Pensions for good friends
  • Committee suggests budget changes
  • Government budget priorities
  • Budget priorities vs. development
  • Cogentrix to natural gas
  • Benign drug bail revoked
  • Politicocracy
  • Electoral board gets tough
  • New car taxes go into effect in August
  • Self-generation costs billions
  • New Year's toll
  • Hospitals filled up
  • *788 Police hotline
  • Police to seize weapons
  • Baseball Round Robin

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