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Tuesday, 30 December 2008
  • DR1 breaks for the holidays
  • Partying for New Year's
  • Prince Albert in the DR
  • Budget approved
  • Breaking down the GDP
  • DNCD keeps working
  • Multi-fuel terminal for 2009
  • Villa Metro not happy
  • Fake UASD web page
  • Lubrano the beauty queen?
  • Corruption still worrisome
  • Playoff update
Monday, 29 December 2008
  • They returned the money!
  • Twelve weeks and counting!
  • Changes suggested for the SCJ
  • Christmas toll reaches 18
  • More than 1M motorcycles!
  • Few bright lights for 2008
  • Violence is a major issue
  • The career of Adriano Jimenez
  • Air Force doctor shot by criminals
  • Rains and nice, cool weather
  • Lottery winner identified
  • Sextuplets are three years old
  • Baseball round robin
Tuesday, 23 December 2008
  • DR1 breaks for Christmas
  • Migration fees increased
  • Freight restriction
  • 14th wage turned down
  • Legalizing docs now easier
  • Metro a big hit
  • Senate passes budget
  • ADN agrees to temp parking
  • Pardons for Vivian and Renove
  • Quirino pleads for family
  • Santiago flight was not the first
  • Tourism's November dip
  • Former exec pays fine
  • Doping dopes
  • Manny a Yankee?
  • Christmas in Santo Domingo
Monday, 22 December 2008
  • Metro's Christmas run
  • Quisqueya Verde Plan back
  • Government wages early
  • 850 aid posts for holidays
  • Senate awaits budget addendum
  • Reprogram the US$1.9 billion
  • No shortage of dollars in 2009
  • Revolution in Chinatown
  • Chamber of Accounts scandal
  • Elderly out of Social Security
  • Programmed blackouts
  • Smuggling charge for Paya survivor
  • Tragic weekend on the highways
  • Cool weather for a while
  • Baseball round-up
Friday, 19 December 2008
  • Metro Monday
  • Supreme Court on Sun Land
  • Going off on a tangent
  • Justice on the curve
  • SCJ ruling violates HR?
  • Government was Clinton donor?
  • Can of worms, part II
  • Jimenez and the Christopher murder
  • DR growth still up
  • Medical first
  • Joan is ready
  • Dominican breakout
  • Baseball drama unfolds
Thursday, 18 December 2008
  • Earthquake shakes DR
  • PetroCaribe not in jeopardy
  • Tourism will be OK
  • No money for school salary
  • Constanza farmers blame Chio
  • CAF approves loan
  • Colmados get a break
  • Cocco's defense
  • A can of worms?
  • Money warning in Santiago
  • Dominicans slow to come
  • DR1 investigates
  • Eye of the Gigantes
Wednesday, 17 December 2008
  • Fernandez asks for all the truth
  • Concession for Las Terrenas highway
  • Jaime David's four points
  • Subsidies gobble 27% of the budget
  • More money for public servants
  • Universities will census Haitians in DR
  • Milk prices to increase
  • SISALRIL on traffic accidents
  • Expensive remodeling
  • Why go public on the extradition?
  • Plane still missing
  • Baseball round up
Tuesday, 16 December 2008
  • Fernandez at CALC
  • DR triggers EPA enactment debate
  • EPA = more united Caribbean
  • DR advancing re WTO
  • Crisis felt in the DR
  • Car sales drop
  • Parkland purchases not legit
  • Carving up paradise?
  • More government bureaucracy
  • Military patrols for Xmas
  • Hunger strike over
  • Plane crashes
  • Infestation threatens banana crop
  • Presidente goes pro
  • Sports update
Monday, 15 December 2008
  • President Fernandez off to Brazil
  • Gasoline prices drop
  • Electronic signature
  • Aviary gets US advice
  • Haiti's uncertain future
  • Not in the DR
  • Dominicans and banking
  • Questions asked re a court ruling
  • Higuey: Mecca of false land titles
  • Free zone dismissals
  • Mario Alvarez passes away
  • Navy files complaint on two survivors
  • Expensive parking at Las Americas
  • Rains expected this week
  • Baseball round up
Friday, 12 December 2008
  • Fernandez offers support
  • President at Vista Cana
  • Investment up; real estate down
  • Parties open to changes
  • Garcia threatens bus drivers
  • Hubieres continues to pressure
  • Judicial honesty
  • Misuse of antibiotics
  • Cleaning up paradise
  • Telecoms should compensate
  • Trade deficit doubles with the US
  • Good news for property owners
  • Intec and Penn State
  • Horford the All-Star?
  • Baseball updates
Thursday, 11 December 2008
  • Christmas checks are coming
  • Millions saved in breakfast program
  • Pina Toribio on the metro buses
  • Pension funds for housing?
  • Zero tolerance for fake meds
  • Marked drop in inflation
  • 38,000 to curb accidents
  • Higher Land Court cedes parklands
  • Bonao Hep-A cases
  • Blockade on Higuey-Veron road
  • Police nab German suspect
  • Yaqui Nunez upgraded
  • Yaniqueques: food and security
  • Kidnap victim released
Wednesday, 10 December 2008
  • Life easier for small business
  • Business on pension funds
  • More jobs for nurses
  • AMET doesn't kid around
  • Fewer scholarships
  • Free Metro
  • Fenatrano is bullying again
  • Prostitution study
  • Coach Offerman
  • Andruw the Aguila
  • Venezuela powers through
  • Museums are free today
  • Christmas carols at the Theater
Tuesday, 09 December 2008
  • Fernandez's optimism
  • DR will sign with IMF
  • Consulate employee arrested
  • Drugs even in Los Haitises!
  • Metro certified?
  • Conditions for investment needed
  • Cap Cana announces agreement
  • The worst is feared
  • Hubieres at it again
  • Strike in the East
  • Manny and his money
  • We want 2013
Monday, 08 December 2008
  • President Fernandez speaks tonight
  • Jaime David wants jail for violators
  • Worries over storm alerts
  • Now nine weeks and counting
  • Limits on rental contracts approved
  • Economist says development on hold
  • Europe as an export market
  • Falconbridge pledges help
  • Cardinal wants stiffer sentences
  • Rock ash minister sentenced
  • Murders and "gun fight" deaths up
  • Police dishonorable discharge
  • Spanish citizenship
  • A-Rod to play for the DR
  • Baseball updates
Friday, 05 December 2008
  • Haitises Park crops for export
  • Clean-up in Haina
  • Airports penalize exporters
  • Government spending skyrockets
  • Government needs loan
  • IMF's Strauss Kahn to visit
  • US$2 billion for coal plants
  • Clientelism or development?
  • Closing Gomez
  • Haitian burden
  • Falconbridge decision
  • Claro & Orange I-Phone
  • Mother kidnapped her own kid
  • "80% is undemocratic!"
  • Jefferson Marin Lopez extradited
Thursday, 04 December 2008
  • Pre-paid power for barrios
  • Public employees can choose
  • New codes threaten Dominican law
  • Leonel Almonte case complaint
  • Court rejects Guerrero complaint
  • Exchange houses claim discrimination
  • Cela wants to gird the poor
  • Criticism of prosecutors in police stations
  • Franjul is back at the Listin Diario
  • Baseball
Wednesday, 03 December 2008
  • Confidence or rhetoric?
  • Pilgrim's highway complete
  • Metro in December?
  • Senate approves deficit
  • Remittances forecast
  • Construction slump forecast
  • DR-CAFTA not fair?
  • Farmers not happy
  • AMET not kidding
  • Arms disagreements continue
  • Looking for solution
  • No help for AIDS patients
  • Citrus concerns
  • Licey and Gigantes play nice
  • Baseball updates
Tuesday, 02 December 2008
  • Parties get money
  • DGII introduces system
  • US in recession
  • More government borrowing
  • JCE opening centers
  • Police don't play
  • Yaqui Nunez del Risco hospitalized
  • Haitises gets military
  • People like booze
  • Hubieres plays games
  • Manhole money
  • Selective liberalization
  • Thai conflict hits home
  • Licey going to court
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 01 December 2008
  • AMET tough on procastinators
  • Customs' Christmas easing up
  • Funds for Metro and Cibao train
  • Biometric data is obligatory
  • Municipalities fight for their 10%
  • Archaeological finds in North
  • Luperon Highway almost impassible
  • Troncoso bridge impassable
  • The plight of those with HIV
  • Gun carry ban starts today
  • Paya case accused to be extradited
  • Police kill two in shootout
  • Clinton Secretary of State
  • Dominican to dress Miss Ecuador
  • Major art auction
  • Baseball update
Friday, 28 November 2008
  • Budget at RD$329billion
  • Bahia Principe's newest
  • BC injects money
  • Expensive cedulas
  • Paredes offended
  • Rabies will be controlled
  • Bank execs to jail
  • Company denies accusations
  • Low pay is common
  • Drugs and the DR
  • Falconbridge has no plan
  • AIDS patients want rights
  • Canadian goes to jail
  • Photo exhibition in Punta Cana
  • Diaz won't fight
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 27 November 2008
  • 445 excellent students
  • Ambassador Fannin at AmCham
  • Studying the electric contracts
  • Politics = millionaires
  • Resistance to handgun resolution
  • Turtles born in Guibia
  • In favor of more $ for education
  • Patients wait months for surgery
  • Support for the Coral Highway
  • Macarrulla says 40% is impossible
  • Massive layoffs for 2009
  • FINJUS calls for respect for laws
  • Drug complicity in Peravia
  • Pedro Castillo sentenced in Miami
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 26 November 2008
  • Bills pass in Congress
  • 7 long weekends in 2009
  • Where's the Metro?
  • Treasury keeps salaries
  • Rabies warning
  • No guns for holidays
  • Get your stickers asap
  • UNESCO education report
  • Strife in the PLD
  • CONEP will consider
  • Cap Cana gets reprieve
  • Kidnappers caught
  • From the gossip mill
  • More ferocious fencing
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 25 November 2008
  • Paredes's ambitious goal
  • Bengoa refutes rumors on more taxes
  • Hold the applause
  • More borrowing
  • Tourism woes
  • Discontent at JCE
  • A reading first
  • First Lady honored in Brazil
  • Colmadones curfew kept
  • Explaining the EPA
  • DR trade review
  • Falconbridge closed indefinitely
  • Dominican businesses grow in Miami
  • Ferocious fencing
  • Sports updates
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 24 November 2008
  • Leonel says crisis is lack of ethics
  • OAS Secretary on the crisis
  • Budget: numbers warehouse
  • Strengthen export sector
  • Prices drop, little by little
  • Relief in monetary policy?
  • European Union conditions support
  • Javier Garcia focuses on southwest
  • From one extreme to the other
  • People evicted from Los Haitises
  • 93% of jails are contaminated
  • Families losing hope
  • Chichi Peralta goes Japanese
  • It's chilly in the DR
  • Baseball update
Friday, 21 November 2008
  • Budget kept the same
  • Nurses at Congress
  • Shell passes to government
  • Exports could fall
  • Exports to EU increase
  • Guerra against risky boat trips
  • Navy continues search
  • Supreme Court fire
  • Sun Land verdict on 17 Dec
  • 'Guachi' business grows
  • Army Officer killed
  • Parties have no credibility
  • Air Dominicana stuck?
  • Winter winds are here
  • Baseball updates
  • Busy weekend
Thursday, 20 November 2008
  • Presidents, Soros & Stiglitz
  • Budget talks start today
  • March against gender violence
  • Constitution reform put off to 2009
  • Tests on school breakfast quality?
  • Congress mediates doctors deal
  • Court favors senator Guerrero
  • Macarrulla re-elected in CONEP
  • Copper and gold, silver mine
  • Rain, rain
  • Possible cocaine smugglers detained
  • Elderly kidnap victim released
  • Baseball
Wednesday, 19 November 2008
  • Fernandez on drug scandal
  • Get your sticker
  • Aiding education
  • The 14th salary
  • Nurses stand idle
  • DR mission to North Korea
  • Unhappy Dominicans
  • Beach access denied to Dominicans
  • Energy theft a problem
  • Cap Cana hurting
  • Evangelicals respond
  • Ambassador under a cloud
  • Lost at sea
  • Businessman freed
  • Another arrest in AMET murder
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 18 November 2008
  • Documentary on pirate ship
  • Education spending wisely?
  • Payroll balloons with blackouts
  • El Salvador votes for JCE
  • Separate, but not equal
  • Inequality still a reality
  • Nurses strike
  • Telecoms reject tax
  • Food still expensive
  • Drivers frustrated
  • Pros and cons of interception bill
  • 90+ feared shipwrecked
  • 'Shampoo smuggler' caught
  • Domestic violence complaints
  • Alberto Pujols wins MVP
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 17 November 2008
  • Leonel trusts G-20 plan
  • DR works on easing business
  • Los Haitises to be model project
  • Santiago's hospital special office
  • Country feels easing of blackouts
  • A call for change in electricity team
  • Exports need to be national priority
  • Traffic lights in capital don't work
  • Authorities find new kind of shampoo
  • Vincho: drug planes are incessant
  • Six weeks in a row!
  • Police on who killed the major
  • Rains will slow down
  • Baseball
Friday, 14 November 2008
  • Ultimatum for Los Haitises
  • Government 'Shells' out cash
  • Morales at the UN
  • DR to explore the Orinoco?
  • New security system at Caucedo
  • Paredes admits to deficiencies
  • Nurses extend strike
  • Diabetes awareness
  • OP closing stretch on Duarte
  • Almeyda defends Haitians
  • Government electricity monopoly?
  • Details in Paya case
  • NY doctors help in DR
  • Dominicans in the NCAA
  • Horford continues season
  • Latin music stars in SD
Thursday, 13 November 2008
  • UAE and Dominican Republic
  • Cambodia and the DR
  • Montas favors IMF agreement
  • Changes for 2009 Budget
  • Growth projections
  • CDEEE pays US$10 million
  • World Bank will support DR electricity
  • Limiting fireworks
  • Booze sales greenlight for Xmas
  • JCE voids PRSC assembly
  • Attorney General wants clean-up
  • More than 160 women killed so far
  • Revenge suspected in murder case
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 12 November 2008
  • Summit conference announced
  • Costa Rica signs DR-CAFTA
  • Vietnam shows interest
  • Almeyda on migration
  • Tucano loan approved
  • Tourism slows
  • Crisis not felt yet
  • Highways for Samana
  • Government gives Bonogas cards
  • Haiti "did not reject aid"
  • AMET officer murdered
  • Survivors get a year in jail
  • Villanueva and Horford are stars
  • Baseball updates
Tuesday, 11 November 2008
  • President returns
  • Morales in Egypt
  • Inflation back to single digits
  • Country in crisis
  • CDEEE will pay up
  • Segura criticizes plan
  • No power, no clue
  • Coal plants problematic
  • RD$800 million for canastas
  • Biometric ID cards for foreigners
  • Haiti rejects aid from DR
  • US tourism to Cuba?
  • License to kill?
  • Penitentiary statistics
  • Caribair's version
  • Doctor honored
  • Baseball updates
Friday, 07 November 2008
  • DR1 takes a break on Monday
  • 65-member official mission to UAE
  • At Dubai World
  • Communities get broadband
  • $$ for Haitises families
  • Segura announces some relief
  • Protecting women
  • National exams reveal deficiencies
  • Bomb scare was a prank
  • Suspect Bani killer apprehended
  • HD is here
  • Tunnel will be closed
  • Post MLB season awards
  • Pujols MVP!
  • Horford has stellar start
Thursday, 06 November 2008
  • President winds up visit to Qatar
  • Only 50% have renewed their plates
  • Budget or Constitutional Reform?
  • Deputies rebel on Tucano loan
  • Senate to look at US$80 million loan
  • Vega thinks US will pressure DR on Haiti
  • Obama victory seen as hope for world
  • First Dominican-born mayor in US
  • More on Dominicans in US Election
  • Today is Constitution Day
  • Extortion in onion crop scandal
  • 14 years in Quirino-related case
  • Former deputy killed in robbery attempt
  • Baseball summary
Tuesday, 04 November 2008
  • JCE begins biometric program
  • Power situation worsens
  • Segura says...
  • Playing the blame game
  • CONEP agrees with economists
  • OTTT doesn't play
  • M-16 was used
  • Bomb scare at AILA
  • Turtle power
  • Supreme Court upholds Bancredito ruling
  • Banana prices drop
  • US elections spark excitement
  • Two Dominicans in NJ election
  • Capellan up for MillerCoors 2008
  • Pujols continues success
Monday, 03 November 2008
  • All countries should define reform
  • Minister urges buyer to accept repayment
  • Economists call for IMF agreement
  • Tourism grows by 2.2%
  • Energy crisis is worst in Cibao
  • Country is close to losing it
  • Locals can bring in $2,500 in goodies
  • CONEP asks for urgent action on Haitians
  • OTTT operation gets lower fares
  • Good news for drivers
  • US Consul General warns of tricksters
  • Venezuelan gets 20 years for drugs
  • Three dead in Miami shipwreck
  • Survivors ate human flesh
Friday, 31 October 2008
  • Fernandez in El Salvador
  • Paredes has lofty goals
  • Government denounces violence
  • Snowballing bureaucracy
  • IDB lends money
  • Energy sector ailing
  • Government calls for fare adjustment
  • No more extraction
  • Mexico main tourism competitor
  • Legislation affects Dominicans
  • DR leads youth unemployment
  • Child labor high
  • DR makes strides to save ozone layer
  • Infant mortality rate same
  • Baseball updates
  • Six Grammy nominations for Pasian
Thursday, 30 October 2008
  • Nobody knows budget details
  • Deputies denounce US pressure on drug planes
  • Labor Minister asks for salary pact
  • Economist EIU report lowers DR rating
  • Businesses should put competition aside
  • DR at TCI conference
  • Clinics might cancel contracts with ARS
  • AMET's occupational hazards
  • Six wonders of the Deep South
  • Baseball updates
Wednesday, 29 October 2008
  • No risk for DR
  • Morales offers preview
  • New Metro details
  • Declare, or else
  • Blackouts affect competitiveness
  • Bus fares maintained
  • USAID donates money
  • Japanese tourists
  • Indotel to 'connect the whole country'
  • Murder sparks deportations
  • Weather watch
  • Baseball updates
Tuesday, 28 October 2008
  • Fernandez travels
  • Debt figures 'incorrect'
  • BVRD not in danger
  • DAs don't declare, don't get paid
  • Ships provide solution
  • Customs revamp
  • Prices fall - negligibly
  • Cacao takes a hit
  • Local tourism
  • UASD 470th B-day
  • Theft on Las Americas
  • Water warning
  • Game 5 suspended
  • Baseball updates
Monday, 27 October 2008
  • Congress to accept Supreme Court proposals
  • Senate approves agreement with Europe
  • Environment dismantles gravel plant
  • First Tech Fair-TECDO 2008-is over
  • National debt reaches US$9 billion plus
  • Government will run Metro
  • Cardinal blasts betting parlors
  • Ventura Bayonet: They took millions to kill
  • Sabotage on transmission tower
  • More good news for drivers
  • Drivers apply fare cuts today
  • Blackouts cause closures
  • Cibao protesters get what they wanted
  • No poisonous snakes in DR
  • Baseball roundup
  • Albert Pujols wins Clemente Award
Friday, 24 October 2008
  • Government gives homes
  • SD among the best
  • Measures 'tough but necessary'
  • Current accounts increase
  • Tighten your belts
  • No economy immune
  • Treasury will keep checks
  • Fernandez clarifies
  • Businesses push EPA ratification
  • Blackouts still rolling
  • Cibao protests over
  • Fighting the sex trade
  • Controversy in Villa Altagracia
  • Aguayo's victory
  • Manny, a hot commodity
  • Rays come to play
  • Aguilas get some revenge
Thursday, 23 October 2008
  • Leonel opens tech fair
  • Congress and doctors reach agreement
  • More promises
  • Chamber of Accounts publishes salaries
  • Paredes outraged by betting parlors
  • Cibao protests to continue
  • Paya 'money-snatcher' identified
  • Police find another rifle used at Paya
  • Pelegrin reveals US opposes shooting planes
  • Concordat appeal rejected by court
  • JCE issues new regulations for employees
  • Business leader wants to save the forests
  • Women lead development in Jarabacoa
Wednesday, 22 October 2008
  • Education program launched
  • UN reform warning
  • Government's decision 'illegal'
  • Fernandez will negotiate
  • Metro for Christmas
  • Gun search continues
  • SCJ rules on Concordat
  • Blackouts are back
  • Auto sales take dip
  • Protests in the Cibao
  • No to home remedies
  • Dominican faces death penalty in US
  • Baseball updates
Tuesday, 21 October 2008
  • DR handling the crisis
  • Valentin gets tough
  • True to his word
  • Navy presses charges
  • Investment up
  • Gas prices stay the same
  • PRD asks about Sun Land
  • Fuel drops, prices don't
  • Unions cancel dialogue
  • UASD students struggle
  • Gambling beats education
  • Transplant advance
  • Health watch
  • Monster trucks in SD
Monday, 20 October 2008
  • Over 2000 have not declared assets
  • Naval officer directed Paya Massacre
  • Paya massacre reveals mafia in Navy
  • Jaime David gets tough on Los Haitises
  • Promises, promises
  • Recession in USA will affect free zones
  • Good news for car owners
  • Academy of Science against Cibao-Sur Highway
  • Operators say tourists are slowing
  • Some fish!
  • Police arrest gang that killed five
  • Tragic bus crash
  • Motorcycles kill and maim too many
  • Food gets dearer
  • Tampa Bay reaches World Series
Friday, 17 October 2008
  • High Tech exhibition
  • Taiwanese solar business
  • EPA brings hope
  • Demolishing hotels in Saona
  • Jimenez justifies Bancredito opinion
  • Just cut back
  • Espaillat wants answers
  • Crisis being felt in DR
  • Industrial activity falls
  • Children a concern
  • You can make a difference
  • Boxers take ranking
  • Papi being Papi
  • Winter League updates
  • Trey McIntyre tonight
Thursday, 16 October 2008
  • EPA signed
  • Government shells out cash
  • Muling Sang Ben to Education
  • Pension plan fund: RD$62 billion
  • CMD agreement forthcoming?
  • 'Pink eye' warning
  • Christopher case unshelved?
  • How is it possible?
  • Vincho calls for extended probe
  • Guerrero: no reconciliation
  • Where'd Sun Land go?
  • Abortion is a health issue
  • Vela receives BMW scholarship
  • MLB baseball update
  • Winter League updates
Wednesday, 15 October 2008
  • President Fernandez travels
  • EPA signing in Barbados
  • New Water Research Center
  • A push for breastfeeding
  • Senator calls for case to be resolved
  • The military
  • Profiting from price fluctuations
  • Nurses on strike
  • Deciding the future of Cabarete
  • 15 Dominicans on tennis ranking
  • Play ball
  • Dominicana Moda
Tuesday, 14 October 2008
  • Teaching a new generation
  • National Forestation Plan
  • Agreement with Haiti?
  • Legalizing 'bancas'
  • Paying up to improve service
  • Four more for Fernandez?
  • Nurses to strike, too
  • Christopher: "total complicity"
  • Banking case dismissal?
  • Rains bring potholes
  • Zo comes calling
  • Baseball update
  • Dominican fashion week
  • Weather forecast better
Monday, 13 October 2008
  • Congress opens doors to doctors
  • Gravel pits facing end of the road
  • Fuel prices relief
  • Explaining the blackouts
  • A not so merry Christmas
  • Inflation hits double digits
  • Fedocamaras calls for austerity
  • Darys Estrella honored in USA
  • Chavez sends delegation to Bonao
  • Radars in the south
  • Colonel goes to jail
  • Acting against Victor Cordero
  • In support of Wilton Guerrero
  • 146 boat people repatriated
  • It's raining
Friday, 10 October 2008
  • Fine Arts Palace remodeled
  • Fast-tracking constitutional reform
  • Growing balance of payment deficit
  • More expensive to break traffic law
  • Students lag in problem-solving
  • Expediting tourism investments
  • National heritage study
  • 60% Maternity patients are Haitians
  • No objection stirs controversy
  • 21 more arrested in Paya case
  • Ambiorix Burgos in jail
  • Brugal Rum Award
Thursday, 09 October 2008
  • Congress at Presidential Palace
  • Constituent body and circus
  • Traffic detour on Duarte Highway
  • DR lags in competitiveness
  • Supreme Court orders investigation
  • No pay; no power
  • 14,000 more hotel rooms
  • Border highway vs. Cibao highway
  • US crisis smaller than DR crisis
  • Lockward sentenced for defamation
  • Burgos gets three months
  • Italian deported
  • House arrest still undecided
Wednesday, 08 October 2008
  • First year of Family Health Plan
  • Politicians to Chamber of Accounts
  • Deputy Minister against highway
  • Hotel construction for Las Terrenas
  • DR very vulnerable
  • Constitution talks
  • 20.5% victims of crime in Santiago
  • Santi Clo is coming
  • Strong Taino genetic heritage
  • Haitians in Villa Altagracia
  • Explaining about the Interpol chief
  • Removed for ties to drug dealers
Tuesday, 07 October 2008
  • DR and Canada stir rumors
  • Lockward named ambassador
  • SD wastes water
  • Right-hand drive cars banned
  • Financial crisis: impact on DR
  • Austerity is kryptonite
  • World Bank calls for overhaul
  • Traveling pants
  • Guerrero speaks out again
  • Couple describes Interpol case
  • Columbus Day celebrations
  • Success in taekwondo
  • Baseball update
Monday, 06 October 2008
  • Hotel construction toppled in Saona
  • Santiago river houses toppled
  • Propane subsidy removed
  • La Vega judiciary "soft on drugs"
  • Photoshop alteration of photos
  • Interpol colonel investigated
  • Major robbery gang disbanded
  • Floating hospital's medical mission
  • Teneria Bermudez corrects info
  • Audiences still love merengue
Friday, 03 October 2008
  • Fernandez in Florida
  • DR wades the crisis so far
  • Developing alternative energy
  • Construction decreases
  • Preparing for Metro II
  • Blame the trucks
  • Kennedy closed
  • Say no to new mountain highway
  • Campaign against malaria
  • Law enforcement roles
  • Suero vs government
  • Ball player: hit-and-run driver?
  • Welcome, Mr. October
Thursday, 02 October 2008
  • Government spending up
  • Energy subsidy grows
  • Cacao exports grow
  • Santiago's priorities
  • DR makes most of EPA
  • BC governor operated
  • CMD hunger strike
  • Teneria Bermudez fined
  • Judges protest accusation
  • Police find drugs
  • Remittances a concern
  • Chinatown wants parking
  • Operation Walk
  • Colombian bodies returned
  • Baseball round up
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 01 October 2008
  • President Fernandez to Miami
  • Online education with Harvard
  • Lucrative corrections
  • PRD constitutional proposal
  • Impact of the US financial crisis
  • Vulnerable shield
  • Migration hotline
  • Journalism awards
  • Nothing happened here
  • Losing sight of the real objective
  • La Vega senator: complicity
  • 17 Dominicans in playoffs
  • Folklore Dances of India
Tuesday, 30 September 2008
  • Commerce Secretary Gutierrez visits
  • Reflecting on DR-CAFTA
  • Competitive edge
  • DR banking "solid"
  • Broadband expansion
  • Army evokes patron saint
  • Drugs from Colombia
  • Fighting drugs
  • Guerrero repeats call for probe
  • Complicity of the authorities
  • Senator calls for DNCD office
  • Increasing warning for flooding
Monday, 29 September 2008
  • Fernandez returns
  • Jails to become farms
  • Propane gas subsidy eliminated
  • 250 legislators = death of Congress
  • Luxury per-diems
  • Focus on activating stolen cells
  • Lack of action in government
  • Impact of the US financial crisis
  • Hipolito, candidate in 2012?
  • Innovating amidst poverty
  • Hispaniolan insects inventoried
  • Police chief defends investigations
  • Colombians died in drug plane crash
  • Senator on his fortune & son
Friday, 26 September 2008
  • Fernandez at Fordham
  • New diplomatic relations
  • Ministry of Education at work
  • DR protects workers
  • School canceled in the east
  • Dominican malnutrition
  • Crime increases
  • Jimenez Pena speaks out
  • Generals bought the land
  • New twist in Benitez case
  • BHD gets robbed
  • Time for Bolero
  • Horford gets recognition
  • Garcia stays
  • Manny and merengue did it!
Thursday, 25 September 2008
  • Fernandez at the UN
  • Fernandez to Middle East
  • Don't leave me to fight alone!
  • Libraries in old buses
  • US crisis may trickle down
  • Remittance values decline
  • DR slips in corruption ranking
  • Judiciary reform warning
  • Chamber of Accounts fiasco
  • Pregnancy and education
  • Today in history
  • Heavy rainfall drenches the east
Tuesday, 23 September 2008
  • DR1 breaks for Mercedes Day
  • Metro II in 2009
  • US crisis trickles down
  • Dominican remittances
  • Turtle report lacking
  • Presidential appointments
  • Judicial deficit
  • Above the law
  • Savona helps Saona
  • Ladom speaks up
  • Protest for journalism
  • Drug plane details
  • Barrio Seguro for all
  • I'm not a thief
  • Weather watch
Monday, 22 September 2008
  • Facilities for low-cost carriers
  • US should sign with IMF
  • ADOZONA on US economic woes
  • Dominican Week in the US
  • Solidarity with Ocoa
  • Red alert at border with Haiti
  • Conjunctivitis alert
  • Drug plane crashes with four on board
  • Why the silence?
  • Boxing coach gets DR nationality
  • 24 Dominicans to MLB playoffs
  • The Merengue Social Club?
  • Rains forecast
Friday, 19 September 2008
  • Constitutional reform presented
  • Nationality issues
  • Juan Bautista Vicini honored
  • Santiago park area reinstated
  • Haiti and DR sign agreement
  • San Cristobal-Bani expansion
  • Lack of electricity counters
  • Rates are transitory
  • Easing fears on EPA
  • DR does well re EPA
  • Uproar in Piera & Lora case
  • How to do all wrong in PR
  • Important press judgement
  • Not enough
  • Higuey prosecutor's close call
  • Villanueva receives award
Thursday, 18 September 2008
  • Fernandez to the US
  • Preparing for constitutional reform
  • Clientelism to Chamber of Accounts
  • New ambassadors
  • Ambassador to Malaysia
  • Blame Ike
  • Melo not mellow
  • AMET system archaic
  • LADOM case drags on
  • Change changes nothing
  • Paya suspect killers charged
  • Shocking for what was not said
  • Big bribes in Paya case
  • More troubles for Renta
  • Beach Cleaning Day
Wednesday, 17 September 2008
  • Money for farming
  • Bonao governor removed
  • Monitoring school breakfasts
  • Fenatrano agreement
  • Senate approves loan for airplanes
  • Government needs to restrict spending
  • Decline in oil prices not trickling down
  • Inflation at 9.4%
  • Navy man arrested in Bani drug case
  • Who are the brains behind the killings?
  • Alvarez Renta hospitalized
  • Insomnia and permissiveness
  • DR does well in track masters
  • Symphony Season
  • Rains forecast
  • Sales
Tuesday, 16 September 2008
  • Fernandez provides support
  • IMF agreement coming
  • Notes on the economy
  • DR won't meet Millennium goals
  • SET will only mediate
  • DR helps Cuba
  • Metro in jeopardy
  • Hospitals and death
  • Colombian ambassador leaves
  • Accused makes accusation
  • Who should be denouncing whom?
  • Henriquez to jail
  • Guerra receives recognition
  • Guzman's troubles cause waves
Monday, 15 September 2008
  • UNESCO Artist for Peace
  • Chevron case up to courts
  • Quisqueya Verde program back
  • Borrowing heavily with PetroCaribe
  • Haydee Rainieri at Asonahores
  • US crisis not over
  • Bonao houses
  • Ocoa still hurting
  • Gonzalez vs. Guerrero?
  • Testimony by massacre survivor
  • It was the Spaniard
  • Drug bombardment from Venezuela
  • Three to jail for murder
  • Quick check for dengue
  • Guzman-Campbell bout called off
Friday, 12 September 2008
  • Fernandez sees damage
  • Aid to Haiti ends
  • ADN gets its funds back
  • End to Villa Altagracia impasse
  • 11 deputy ministers per minister
  • Defunct government departments
  • Deficit with US grows
  • US Commerce secretary expected
  • DR will sign the EPA
  • US$400 million for airports
  • Parties don't declare
  • Bancredito judgments
  • Lubrano will wait
  • Senator's son posts bail
  • Diaz plays it smart
  • DR wins gold in shooting
Thursday, 11 September 2008
  • Bengoa explains deficit
  • Cement price goes down
  • Petrol transporters declare war again
  • School inefficiencies
  • Miami Dade signs agreement
  • This is war
  • Senator's son charged
  • Damage from hurricanes
  • Most wanted caught
  • Soldier buried
  • Going blind
  • Rains still coming
  • COD not filing grievance
Wednesday, 10 September 2008
  • New cedulas in November
  • Doing Business 2009
  • AIRD calls for electricity efficiency
  • Focus on drugs and security
  • General sues Senator Guerrero
  • Guerrero focuses on Jimenez Pena
  • Son of Barahona senator is suspect
  • Disaster in San Jose de Ocoa
  • Bauxite export affected
  • Johnny Ventura, new ambassador
  • Alvarez Renta's health improves
  • Villa Altagracia mayor goes mad?
  • Fashion Week announced
Tuesday, 09 September 2008
  • Enhanced security at ports
  • Government advertorial
  • Salcedo promises clean up
  • Deputies want extension
  • It's their fault
  • Quality in education
  • Aerodom buyout
  • Venezuela angry over housing
  • Guerrero in danger
  • Alvarez Renta in the hospital
  • Papi still hurt
  • Summer league takes hit
  • Controversy over medal
  • Weather watch
Monday, 08 September 2008
  • Ike rains cause damage
  • Storms affect traffic
  • DR aid to Haiti
  • Focus on protected areas
  • EPA meeting in Barbados
  • Business wants IMF back
  • Government spending up
  • Spendthrift and gushing corruption
  • Alvarez Renta hospitalized
  • Bani governor should resign
  • New killing linked to massacre
  • Brit arrested with cocaine
  • Drug shipment confiscated
  • Vincho on lack of support from US
  • Gold medalist to stay amateur
  • Manny Ramirez: 500-500 club
Friday, 05 September 2008
  • Weather watch
  • JD's first day on the job
  • Preventive medicine
  • Blackouts a problem
  • Electrical promises
  • UASD suspends classes
  • He said, he said
  • License stickers make money
  • Contraband found
  • Fluff vs. substance
  • MLB wields power
  • A-rod keeps swinging
Thursday, 04 September 2008
  • Weather watch
  • Awaiting Ike
  • School still closed
  • Jaime David accepts Environment
  • Financial free zones a plus
  • Blackouts reported
  • The wrong solutions
  • Where were the consumers?
  • Tejada Holguin quits Ethics Committee
  • Canada negotiations resume
  • Canadian company gets approval
  • Bodyguards for senator Guerrero
  • Sports update
Wednesday, 03 September 2008
  • Rainstorms nationwide
  • Senate moves on bills
  • Evaluating Dominican hotels
  • Tourism needs to benefit community
  • Government on electricity situation
  • Hydropower
  • Propane gas supplies restored
  • Ladom sues Huchi and Nuria
  • New appointments and confirmations
  • Florentino reinstated to government
  • Quirino strikes a deal?
  • Guerrero links high-ups to drugs
  • Commission was comedy
Tuesday, 02 September 2008
  • Bonogas starts Monday
  • Roads getting fixed
  • Business calls Haitian migration a priority
  • VP favors Senasa
  • Government is biggest advertiser
  • GLP coming
  • EPA still in limbo
  • Discontent brews in PLD politics
  • Excessive hiring by government
  • Nine months & counting
  • DR scores low in education
  • Quirino case begins
  • Another Iraqi tragedy
  • Possible Bani killer arrested
  • What will the weather be?
  • Sales
Monday, 01 September 2008
  • Javier Garcia in Puerto Plata
  • One stop office for paperwork
  • Why the no to the IMF?
  • PLD politicians in government
  • Political patronage reigns
  • Environment authorities are accomplices
  • Gas shortage again
  • Two-phase tragic traffic accident
  • Manny Ramirez leads Dodgers
  • Pedro Martinez has a good game
  • DR wins bronze in Centrobasket
Friday, 29 August 2008
  • CB governor on monetary policy
  • Gasoduct to Haiti
  • Santiago tramway
  • AMET to work to clear streets
  • Families will be moved
  • National Police cleans house
  • 'We're sick and tired'
  • Orange warns of fraud
  • We can win more
  • Centrobasket update
Thursday, 28 August 2008
  • Just in case
  • Ozama slums evacuated
  • Vaccinating, fumigating
  • Committed to work together
  • Deputies approve "bonus"
  • JCE to open Haiti office
  • Currency fluctuations "normal"
  • Another M.D. strike
  • Losing a generation
  • No water in the DR?
  • Back to school
  • Free autopsies?
  • Rocked by tragedy
  • Dalai Lama tired
  • Centrobasket update
Wednesday, 27 August 2008
  • Hurricane Gustav report
  • Brand new bridge deteriorates
  • Government appointments
  • Concerns of Santiago industries
  • US donates to Cathedral
  • Vehicle imports up, sales down
  • Immigration out of control
  • Junot Diaz book in Spanish
  • Second Life & ITLA
  • Olympics medal winners are home
  • Dominicans in Centrobasket
  • NBA Star donates Crocs
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 26 August 2008
  • Fernandez new appointments
  • Schools closed
  • Education projects
  • Financial fears hit Central Bank
  • PRA ending
  • Get your sticker
  • Selling Aerodom?
  • Child discharged
  • Diaz and Mercedes arrive
  • State of emergency declared
  • Rains cause havoc
Monday, 25 August 2008
  • Felix Diaz brings gold to DR
  • Cardinal receives support
  • Foreign investment issues
  • 217 Police officers retired
  • Industrialists want less spending
  • Diaz blames Codacsa for holes
  • Many don't get power bills
  • Electricity causes alarm
  • Home sales down by 70%
  • Rains forecast
Friday, 22 August 2008
  • Where will the $$$ come from?
  • Students get scholarships
  • Funglode internships 2009
  • Dalai Lama to visit
  • The 14th wage?
  • Not enough women
  • Steel exports up
  • High hopes for EPA
  • Serbia has consulate
  • Pothole nation
  • Perez gets invitation
  • Travel declines in July
  • Ferry takes break
  • Benitez case still developing
  • Going for gold
Thursday, 21 August 2008
  • Officers confirmed in their posts
  • German assumes post
  • Rule of the law?
  • Cleaning up the Ozama
  • Cement prices too high
  • Large deficit reported
  • Young girl doing ok
  • Soldier remembered
  • Communities getting restless
  • Olympic excitement
  • Mercedes a champ
  • DR b-ball has troubles
Wednesday, 20 August 2008
  • More changes in government
  • What's with Jaime David?
  • New Minister of Tourism
  • Feminists don't want German
  • Ruling on health plans
  • Bishop calls for East highway
  • The high cost of illegal Haitians
  • High-rises could affect Cabarete
  • Lost airplane
  • Cesfront arrests Haitian fishermen
  • Winning at taekwondo at the Olympics
Tuesday, 19 August 2008
  • Changes continue in government
  • Max Puig at Ministry of Labor
  • Rodriguez del Orbe: Legal advisor
  • VP recovers from dengue
  • Low productivity of doctors
  • UASD reopening 25 August
  • Falcondo closing
  • Builders beware
  • Dominican Week: 22-26 September
  • The Navy's drug ties
  • Protests turn violent
  • Olympics update
Monday, 18 August 2008
  • Shuffling the cabinet
  • Fernandez announces ambitious plans
  • Santiago wants equal treatment
  • School year starts today
  • People can change their HMOs
  • Bani prosecutors suspended
  • Tragic Higuey accident
  • Long blackouts still hurting
  • Diaz claims at least bronze
  • Tropical Storm Fay: four dead
Friday, 15 August 2008
  • Inaugural events and preparations
  • Drink if you want
  • PLD leader dies
  • Back to school
  • Doctor's protest march still on
  • Liberians interested in cooperation
  • French ambassador recognized
  • Cibao in a frenzy
  • Moreno calls for zero tolerance
  • HR group wants answers
  • Cocaine colonel to jail
  • Fatal bus accident in the East
  • New US travel requirement
  • Olympics update
  • Strong rains forecast
Thursday, 14 August 2008
  • Supreme Court in favor of free zones
  • *GOB growing
  • Economic secrets
  • CMD calls for another strike
  • Drug investigation continues
  • Wife stole car
  • It's not enough
  • Marranzini on dollarization
  • Community in Spain gets larger
  • Deficit on the rise
  • Fire in Puerto Plata
  • Pay cash for JetBlue tickets
  • 16 years of Dominican Week
  • NY State honors Dominican
  • US Embassy peeved
  • Olympics update
Wednesday, 13 August 2008
  • Heads of state coming for inaugural
  • Supplementary budget approved
  • Constitutional Reform issues
  • Dengue alert
  • Inflation up 1.62%
  • $$$ to send a kid to school
  • ARS vs. Senasa
  • Textile exports are down
  • Power plant issues in POP
  • 2600 stopped at the gate
  • Santiago water and light rationed
  • What about Sun Land?
  • Caribbean Plan against drugs
  • Colonel nabbed with coke
  • Payano keeps hopes for medal
Tuesday, 12 August 2008
  • Guerrero provides proof
  • Commission meets
  • No drugs in government
  • Jorge Isa asks for investigation
  • Ostentatiousness and impunity
  • RD$52 billion missing
  • Fiscal surplus needed
  • New zip codes
  • PLD discusses reform
  • Customs makes bust
  • Bread more expensive
  • Ballplayer gets caught
  • Diabetes warning
  • Olympic round up
Monday, 11 August 2008
  • LPG supply gets a little better
  • Anadegas has 90 ready to go
  • Rice sector denies raising prices
  • Blackouts =RD$250 million in losses
  • In favor of renegotiated contracts
  • Protesting old Smith-Enron
  • Isabela Cement = Smith Enron?
  • Oil leak cause fear and complaints
  • PC: hold Constitution reform
  • Solidarity cards cost RD$21.00
  • First three held in Bani killings
Friday, 08 August 2008
  • Felucho Jimenez wants to move on
  • Jimenez ignores the East
  • Military escort Caribe Tours bus
  • Drug murder case to commission
  • Murder investigation continues
  • Drug flights increase
  • Spanish VP speaks
  • PC on school breakfast program
  • Excuses delay negotiations
  • High-rise development takes streets
  • Journalist killed in drive-by
  • Manny "on fire"
  • Get ready for Beijing
Thursday, 07 August 2008
  • Senate approves extra funding
  • Heads of state coming
  • Taiwan wants FTA
  • DR and Spain sign agreement
  • More IT jobs
  • Where's the investigative journalism?
  • Bani massacre raises concerns
  • Complicity of authorities?
  • Massacre survivor recovers
  • Books more expensive
  • No meeting with Quirino
  • Caribe Tours protests continue
  • Protesting Falconbridge smoke
  • Dominicans put on a show
  • Horford on Telemundo
  • Telemicro to transmit NYC parade
  • Thursday Sales
Wednesday, 06 August 2008
  • Opportunities in garbage
  • Shell sells refinery shares
  • Ministry threatens gas stations
  • 2000 take Dominican citizenship
  • Cost of power is best-kept secret
  • Segura looks at generators
  • Setting new credit card standards?
  • Andeclip threatens to halt service
  • Massacre in Bani
  • Customs gives DNCD four planes
  • Lynchings continue
  • Sales
Tuesday, 05 August 2008
  • New cedulas on the way
  • PRA program update
  • Fitch favors higher power rates
  • Action in Bani dunes case
  • Not enough money
  • Moving towards the dollar?
  • Nuria & Huchi: Nunez lied
  • Supreme Court on lynching
  • Money laundering brothers update
  • 119 dead in July
  • Dominican aspires to Bronx seat
  • Millions for medalists
  • Super Sanchez not sure
  • Hollywood home for Manny
  • Rains will continue
Monday, 04 August 2008
  • Education will provide 3 million cedulas
  • Superintendent says electricity is back up
  • A.M. Life is like that
  • Minister goes to Congress
  • Chief blames justice for lynchings
  • Dams at low levels
  • Tornadoes destroy houses and power lines
  • Middle class is bearing the load
  • Nobody can stop Caribe Tours
  • Environmental agency cannot protect dunes
  • DR chocolate for Italian kids
Friday, 01 August 2008
  • Fernandez in Colombia
  • Business: don't touch CB money
  • CNSS extends coverage
  • Credit card extra is illegal
  • Spanish VP coming
  • No tolls for you
  • JCE suspends cedulas
  • Doctors back at it
  • Basic education in a crisis
  • Social sector at a disadvantage
  • Weather clamps down AILA
  • Killers go to jail
  • Legal Advisor office goes digital
  • Crime on the decline
  • Can't dodge this time
Thursday, 31 July 2008
  • Strengthening ties with Haiti
  • Government deficit at RD$21 billion
  • US$20 million loan for aqueduct
  • Power rates to stay the same?
  • AMET vs. stoplights
  • Fire chief is wrong, says Espaillat
  • Codacsa to sue government
  • Ladom vs. Nuria & Huchi
  • Santiago has dry spell
  • No more RD$3 bread
  • CND takes over
  • Ethanol investment
  • Cuban brothers charged
  • Cop kills himself
  • Manny the Marlin?
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 30 July 2008
  • New foreign trade center
  • Fernandez to Colombian summit
  • ITB recommends Sans Souci
  • Tourism suspends Samana constructions
  • Cardinal wants an end to SS conflicts
  • CESFRONT beefs up patrols
  • A warning on mixed service stations
  • Chevron could buy the tankers
  • Electricity rate increase?
  • No cedulas for Haitians
  • EPA signing postponed again
  • Mets invest US$8 million in ballplayers
Tuesday, 29 July 2008
  • The complementary budget
  • IDs: a national priority
  • Haitian cedulas for Haitians
  • The art of not deciding
  • Cacao experiencing a boom
  • Indotel rules in favor of DGTEC
  • OTTT denies ban on Samana
  • Building gets expensive
  • Herrera criticizes propaganda
  • Danilo back in the mix
  • Caamano's head found
  • Bank accounts blocked
  • Dementia...what?
  • Heat wave
  • Manny Gate 08
Monday, 28 July 2008
  • A focus on the electricity subsidy
  • Brazilian ethanol
  • Romero calls for flexible financing
  • Today is LPG Day
  • "2 for 1" textile bill
  • Hotels call to end transport monopolies
  • Chevron accepts mediation
  • Charge cards charged
  • Cibao has serious energy issues
  • Lower crude prices not at pumps
  • You don't have a 50/50 chance
Friday, 25 July 2008
  • Andalucia gives funds
  • Alicia Alonso coming for inaugural
  • FTZs will get boost
  • Running the Chamber of Accounts
  • A nuclear commission
  • School drink parameters
  • DNCD cleans house
  • Schools that don't teach
  • EU not kicking anyone out
  • No need for visa
  • Who threw the baby away?
  • Crime and survival
  • Scammer's apartments seized
  • WBO certifies Dominicans
  • Pedro says goodbye to dad
Thursday, 24 July 2008
  • Taiwan President to visit
  • Fernandez submits bill
  • Drugs: True catastrophe for DR
  • Montas defends government
  • Eighteen new FTZs
  • Guatemala VP visits
  • No more untouchables
  • AmCham behind Chevron & Caribe Tours
  • US will cancel visas
  • JCE into real estate development
  • Lowering the standard for breakfast
  • No Parlacen slots for PRD
  • Polo wins gold
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 23 July 2008
  • President rewards good students
  • President chairs Chevron meeting
  • Tax Office offers incentives
  • Standard & Poor's ups rating
  • Overview by three economists
  • Clinics say they will keep charging
  • Debts burden the electricity markets
  • Contraband from Haiti hurts local crop
  • Docs or supply salesmen?
  • Caribe Tours protest
  • PRD ratifies opposition to government
  • Narcs pay "tolls" to operate
  • US$43 million for Luis Castillo
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 22 July 2008
  • Fernandez and Light Bulb Program
  • Energy subsidy limited
  • Government to renegotiate
  • Nuclear energy could be costly
  • Government gives cartel hope
  • Government ignores 2007 Austerity Law
  • Valentin on clientelism
  • Global Solidarity Fund
  • Car sales down
  • Taiwan donates scholarships
  • No jail for Vivian Lubrano
  • Big Red Machine coming
  • Tuesday Sales
Monday, 21 July 2008
  • CDEEE promises to get better
  • Fuel tankers dispute judgment
  • Propane back in stations
  • Another conflict of interests
  • Subsidized diners under scrutiny
  • 2009 will be Year of Juan Bosch
  • Public Works to hire 10,000
  • No pre-payments in health care
  • Free Zones ask for continued support
  • Timid economic measures
  • JCE halts fake weddings
  • Bani jail becomes a center
  • A spin of drug dealing
Friday, 18 July 2008
  • Fernandez presents plan
  • Commenting on the President's proposals
  • Government tax bonanza
  • Heliport inaugurated
  • We can't do it
  • Shipments will be fumigated
  • FTZs recover
  • HD TV coming
  • History relived
  • Money-changing business
  • Medicare hunts turns interesting
  • Alvarez Renta to jail
  • Guzman among the best
  • Super Sanchez leads delegation
Thursday, 17 July 2008
  • Expectations for speech high
  • Picking up a big oil debt
  • Final details on OMSA buses
  • Congress saves energy
  • Genao's proposal for saving
  • DR depends on tourism
  • Small business bill could pass
  • Consular worries
  • Studying border poverty
  • Justice served in Baninter case
  • Protests continue in Santiago
  • Was it an execution?
  • Horford chosen
Wednesday, 16 July 2008
  • Dario Contreras gets new ER
  • Fernandez to announce measures
  • Salary Committee wants to know
  • Propane without subsidy will be RD$100
  • Geologist says "No way!"
  • Congress should handle the sale
  • Speculation or government priorities
  • Plastic manhole covers
  • JCE admits it cannot control fraud
  • Small business bill could pass
  • Beauty products export boom
  • Deficit with US doubles
  • Prices slow home sales
  • Car sales down
  • Priest sentenced for rape
  • Duarte Anniversary
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 15 July 2008
  • Chavez and Fernandez agreements
  • Bengoa explains PetroCaribe
  • Shell news
  • Explaining the blackouts
  • Northern express connection
  • Digital cities
  • Change not enough
  • Decisional paralysis traps government
  • Janice Jacobs visits JCE
  • Government audits show fraud
  • Wage increase
  • Eliminating small parties
  • Crafts make money
  • All-Star Game tonight
  • Tuesday sales
Tuesday, 15 July 2008
  • Chavez and Fernandez agreements
  • Bengoa explains PetroCaribe
  • Shell news
  • Explaining the blackouts
  • Northern express connection
  • Digital cities
  • Change not enough
  • Decisional paralysis traps government
  • Janice Jacobs visits JCE
  • Government audits show fraud
  • Wage increase
  • Eliminating small parties
  • Crafts make money
  • All-Star Game tonight
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 14 July 2008
  • PetroCaribe eases terms
  • PetroCaribe pipeline to Haiti
  • Chavez to help farmers
  • DGII will call on 50,000
  • Metro to start in December
  • New funds from Europe
  • IMF closes office in DR
  • Economic structure changes
  • Demand for foodstuffs falls
  • People take steps to save fuel, energy
  • JCE will debate its resolutions
  • Not really an honor
  • Supreme Court denies appeal
  • DR third in Miss Universe
Thursday, 10 July 2008
  • Fernandez on crime
  • RD$24m/deputy
  • More of the same rhetoric
  • Chevron maintains its stance
  • Terrero leaves Chamber of Accounts
  • FENATRADO gets subsidies and raises rates
  • Customs bust
  • Tourist worker wages fall
  • The drug cycle
  • D.N. getting smaller
  • Handball players desert
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 09 July 2008
  • New budget request
  • Central Bank defends policies
  • Attorney Generals meet in Punta Cana
  • More money for subsidies
  • Government presents a proposal on Chevron
  • More than a trucking issue
  • Cocco asks Congress for approval
  • A.M. Questions
  • Salary increases divides management
  • Northeast gets JCE office
  • Pols and civil society agree on something
  • DPCA visits Terrero
  • Santiago is Santiago
  • DR at expo
  • Hurricanes and Tropical Storms
Tuesday, 08 July 2008
  • Presidential press conference
  • Economic reshuffling needed
  • Tourism & exports
  • Export products
  • Single house Congress proposed
  • Agreement null
  • Terrero still at work
  • Tower construction halted
  • More credit for fuel
  • Gas-guzzling vehicles
  • Banks take advantage
  • AFS president visits
  • Inoa signing investigated
  • A little Yankee panky
  • Dona Goya is 118
Monday, 07 July 2008
  • Leonel off to Margarita, Venezuela
  • 5 to Chamber of Accounts?
  • Thousands learn English
  • Environment admits it goofed
  • Police won't back down
  • There is avgas
  • AmCham for Chevron settlement
  • CONEP wants a pow-wow
  • ANJE wants deeds not words
  • A call to spread the subsidies
  • Food and transport eat budgets
  • Cardinal to head Council
  • Authorities say Bertha's okay
  • Dominican to PSOE post
  • Dominican stars in the All Star Game
Friday, 04 July 2008
  • Government butters up transporters
  • Problems delay arrival buses
  • Chevron ordeal reaches aviation
  • Homes for TS Olga victims
  • An exemplary province
  • Foreigners beware
  • Prison population rises
  • Economic actions needed now
  • "El Torito" for President
  • Major League gossip
Thursday, 03 July 2008
  • Congratulations, Colombia
  • A look at the economy
  • Got change?
  • Transport issues resolved?
  • Drivers take advantage
  • ANADEGAS suspend protest
  • Chamber of Accounts hearing
  • Drugs came from DR
  • FSA urges wage raise
  • Dominicans to the moon
  • Lorenzo in midst of controversy
  • Inoa's signing official
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 02 July 2008
  • Chamber of accounts trial starts today
  • CDEEE announces end to subsidy
  • FENATRADO work stoppage today
  • Government talks to doctors
  • Eleven filling stations closed
  • Tax break for 92 companies
  • Unions ask for special prices
  • Dairy farmers can supply breakfasts
  • NGO calls JCE memo illegal
  • Baninter appeal nearly complete, says Subero
  • Nowhere to hide?
  • More rains
Tuesday, 01 July 2008
  • Seems like everyone's connected
  • Deputies defend themselves
  • Fake drugs claim "exaggerated"
  • Banking decreases
  • Swiss love DR
  • CONEP presents report
  • Macarulla on monetary policy
  • Teachers honored
  • UASD confirms findings
  • Manny goes off
  • Inoa sets record
  • Tuesday shopping
  • Jazz Cowboys in Santo Domingo
Monday, 30 June 2008
  • I&C suspends diesel subsidy
  • Civil Registry earns millions for JCE
  • Fdez Zucco calls for service
  • Grullon blasts Central Bank
  • Foodstuffs go up again
  • Millions of gallons of good water lost
  • Twelve products for export
  • Las Americas is lit up again
  • Industrialists say new law far from perfect
  • More increases in fuel prices
  • Taiwan to re-equip Azua hospital
  • A.M. Chamber of Accounts trial
  • Thousands of Dominicans could leave Spain
  • Cost of living increases missed payments
  • GREEN ALERT
Friday, 27 June 2008
  • Fernandez positive
  • New council created
  • CA members quit
  • Councilors in trouble
  • US$140 and rising
  • Reform on the way?
  • Deputies do well
  • Southwest could fly to the DR
  • Nestle exits DR ice cream market
  • Arrest now; ask later
  • Office for victims
  • Almeyda doing well
  • Dominicans dominate in Cabarete
Thursday, 26 June 2008
  • Duarte highway closing
  • Parents take note
  • ISPRI initiated
  • EU donates funds
  • Fernandez receives ambassadors
  • IMF agreement welcomed
  • DR could be fined
  • Auditors go on trial
  • Colmados don't get food
  • Where's the change?
  • Murderers sentenced
  • Best tips for summer
Wednesday, 25 June 2008
  • IMF to monitor DR
  • AIRD says oil not the only problem
  • Blackouts not 'financial' says Segura
  • Bishop and business urge dam completion
  • Trial for accountants
  • Supreme Court approves ranks for judges
  • Billions in tourist projects
  • AMCHAM and corruption
  • Cibao Airport for private aviation
  • Jobs for disabled people
  • Good man works hard to survive
  • Three years for embezzler
  • Lightning kills one, injures another
  • COE issues warnings for 24 provinces
Tuesday, 24 June 2008
  • IMF official voices concern
  • Blackouts are back
  • School more expensive
  • Wages will stay the same
  • Haitians in DR embassy protest
  • Unions still owe
  • Telefonica coming to DR
  • Trash becomes an issue
  • Claro loses money
  • Rains will continue
  • OMD Dominicana wins at Cannes Lions
  • Museum honors Sixto
  • Dominican entrepreneurs in Philly
  • Kiteboard championship begins
Monday, 23 June 2008
  • IMF to meet with Fernandez
  • DR signs loans for US$75 million
  • Ag Bank to sell headquarters
  • The real price of diesel is closer to RD$200
  • Black beans for black gold
  • Poor showing for DR education
  • Dominican heads hotel association
  • Dominican Jesuit wins science prize
  • Medicines and milk go up
  • Electricity kills hundreds
  • Weather and chaos
Friday, 20 June 2008
  • Losing the fight against corruption
  • Please, eliminate bureaucracy
  • US continues help
  • UNDP on Metro
  • British media keeps mum
  • New free trade companies
  • Americans want mangos
  • DR will receive money
  • Hubieres keeps threatening
  • Doctors fight; no one listens
  • Almeyda recovering
  • Placido is here
  • Miss DR in Vietnam
Thursday, 19 June 2008
  • Government revenues up
  • Fuel prices impact poverty
  • More details from CC
  • Too many taxes
  • Eliminating "ghost NGOs"
  • Cigar news
  • Fares go up; passengers angered
  • Subsidy removed
  • DR joins coalition
  • US travel warning was old
  • Drugs associated with crime
  • Medicare fraud connected to DR
  • Vigilantes kill fugitive
Wednesday, 18 June 2008
  • Fernandez asks UN for fund
  • Melanio orders diesel audit
  • Millions for greenhouses
  • Debt climbed 3.3% in first quarter
  • Promipyme loans millions
  • We pay a lot of fuel taxes
  • Free Zone bill goes to committee
  • Chamber of Accounts under fire
  • State Department memo causes stir
  • Untold millions taken from official
  • Inflation hits construction hard
  • French aid vessel in port
  • Ecuador without visas
  • Mangoes in Bani
  • DR-Korean trade grows
Tuesday, 17 June 2008
  • The Catch-22 of fuel taxes
  • Time to pay for PetroCaribe
  • Consumers and retailers feel crunch
  • Housing slows rhythm
  • Agreement with Spain continues
  • Fake pill market is big
  • Minister defends school drink
  • Deputies question auditors
  • Politur defends the DR
  • Mercer ups Santo Domingo ranking
  • A look at the trade deficit
  • Cid Wilson to NCLR Board
  • Future stars in the making
  • Horford sets example
  • From California to El Limon
  • Tuesday Sales
Monday, 16 June 2008
  • Government wont eliminate fuel taxes
  • 150,233 more vehicles
  • Three bookmobiles for the DR
  • Lights out in Santo Domingo
  • Inflation hits 5%
  • Government to protect basic foodstuffs
  • Chicken prices up again
  • US vets don't find bird flu
  • Chamber's mea culpa
  • Transporters on fare increases
  • A.M.: They don't get it
  • New jail for Macoris
  • Police nab 200 in Santiago
  • Red Alert continues
  • Go get that second passport
  • In the Heights musical wins Tony
Friday, 13 June 2008
  • Fernandez tackles rising prices
  • OMSA buses in trouble
  • Doctors' strike not successful
  • Domestic airlines feel the crunch
  • Tourism on the up
  • Asia gobbles up metal scraps
  • Banks up rates
  • DN mortality rate high
  • Importing beggars
  • DNCD plays waiting game
  • Wrong medicine case
  • Friday sales
Thursday, 12 June 2008
  • Tourism action plan
  • Air Dominicana to start 16 June
  • Subsidy to stay
  • "Water + sugar" for breakfast
  • Cranes aren't regulated
  • Tragedy at Dario Contreras
  • DNCD keeps at it
  • Mana fights for environment
  • Big Papi is a big citizen
  • 18 tons of baseball equipment
Wednesday, 11 June 2008
  • President on high cost of oil
  • Longer drinking hours for some
  • Bye-bye propane subsidy
  • Subero doesn't want the job
  • On corruption in government
  • ANJE calls for spending cuts
  • Robberies at civil registry offices
  • Agriculture needs RD$31 billion
  • Airlines ask for tax-free fuel
  • Samana Expressway: nice but dear
  • Yet another small docs' strike
  • Lighter beer popular
  • Trade deficit with US grows
  • Struggle over control of security
  • Chief supports Santiago cops
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 10 June 2008
  • Fernandez is back
  • ECLAC calls for change
  • 911 Emergency
  • Disarming the population
  • Reorganizing the work of doctors
  • Reviving the Haitian trade topic
  • Trade with South Korea
  • DR/Guatemala trade issues
  • Jeepetas not as popular
  • DR could help air travelers
  • Mejia denies revival
  • Name-calling leads to murder
  • Dominican doctor defended
  • Million dollar ballplayers
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 09 June 2008
  • Leonel in Barcelona
  • Consumer Protection Law
  • Low protein drink for breakfast
  • IMF boots DR rep
  • ECLAC meets in Santo Domingo
  • US aid exceeds US$45.2million
  • Fewer flights = lower income
  • JAD looks for an airplane
  • Hipolito revives team
  • Police chief moves to Santiago
  • Marranzini : higher paid cops
  • Quirino mate turns tail
  • Rains to continue, alerts still on
  • Pan Am Volleyball Cup: gold & bronze
  • Cincinnati honors Geronimo
Friday, 06 June 2008
  • Fernandez attends mass in Rome
  • Renewable Energy Ruling passed
  • Free zone industry bill to Congress
  • Using Mexican fabrics
  • Free zones alive and kicking
  • DR and relations with China
  • Airline cuts hurt travel and cargo
  • Aviation taxes
  • Ferry will have own port
  • Church on Environment Day
  • Doctors' strike cause strife
  • What relocation project?
  • It wasn't me
  • Venezuelans arrested for bank robbery
  • Dominican gets drafted
  • Friday sales
Thursday, 05 June 2008
  • Fernandez at World Food Summit
  • Spotlight on rural communities
  • Media linked for emergencies
  • DR, Cuba work towards agreement
  • Doctors strike - again
  • Ozama for the rich?
  • Edward Osborne Wilson in Punta Cana
  • MAP angry about rockash
  • Ship with toxic cargo ordered out
  • AA cuts start in September
  • Persons Trafficking report
  • Loft shooter out on bail
  • DR volleyball on a roll
Wednesday, 04 June 2008
  • Fernandez on ethanol in Rome
  • Government to meet on IMF issue
  • Frontier Corps gets new chief
  • Las Placetas dam loan approved
  • ECLAC to meet in Santo Domingo
  • Bigger government
  • Proposal to cut financing to politics
  • Drivers put fare hikes on hold
  • Sediment fills reservoirs
  • Government creates a dam committee
  • School tuition fees climb steeply
  • The best athletes of the year
  • Wednesday sales
  • GREEN ALERT for much of the DR
Tuesday, 03 June 2008
  • Leonel is Food Summit VP
  • Free trade with South America?
  • DR Stock Exchange: 607% growth
  • Public transport update
  • Customs seizes lots of money
  • Responsible dam management
  • Shelter for a million
  • Delta cancels JFK-SDQ
  • BPD Bank in Santo Domingo
  • Illiteracy rates
  • Electrocution kills more than dengue
  • BAT goes to bat
  • On to 600
  • DR volleyball keeps going
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 02 June 2008
  • Fernandez off to Europe
  • Shell agrees to sell for US$110 million
  • European Bank loans RD$1.1 billion
  • Greater Caribbean export opportunities
  • Caribbean airline alert
  • Local authorities monitor airline situation
  • Business backs UNDP report
  • Drivers put fare hikes on hold
  • Experts question dam conditions
  • Good coffee sells well
  • Dangerous accident
  • Vigilante justice in Constanza
  • More contraband money
  • Lenient sentences favor drug dealing
  • Contraband grows and sales slip
  • Manny bats his 500th
Friday, 30 May 2008
  • Leaders take Fernandez's advice
  • Customs signs agreement
  • 1:30hr to Samana
  • Country prepares for hurricanes
  • Deputies approve IDB loans
  • Pared passes the buck
  • OAS on constant campaigning
  • Dominicans need to keep calm
  • Flight cancellations hurt Santiago
  • Better Internet in the east
  • Hubieres jailed; freed
  • Impromptu strike causes problems
  • Remembering history
  • Friday sales
Thursday, 29 May 2008
  • Fernandez receives certificate
  • Barrick Gold meeting at Palace
  • Ending child labor
  • Doctors strike yet again
  • UN Report: Empower the People
  • Endesa: DR social snapshot
  • Women want rights
  • ECLAC to meet in DR
  • Haiti still big partner
  • Man kidnapped in Cabrera to pay loan
  • Dominicans lead All-Star voting
  • Ramirez hits 499
  • US vs DR in boxing
  • Thursday sales!
Wednesday, 28 May 2008
  • Leonel off to C.A. and Europe
  • Colored rice
  • Uneasiness over livestock feed
  • Unions call for lower fuel prices
  • Fares going up 4 June?
  • PetroCaribe alert
  • Petrol funds invested in highways
  • CONEP calls for changes
  • High taxes hurt local airlines
  • American Eagle cancels Samana
  • New women's clinic at Cedimat
  • 80% are living dangerously
  • More rains
  • Omega goes free
  • Lopez races to the poles
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 27 May 2008
  • Official offer to Shell
  • Pushing for hybrids
  • Fare increase announced
  • Subsidy to go if fares are raised
  • Subsidies for 3 more months
  • Natural gas not the answer
  • CMD back at it
  • Trade not balanced
  • EPA to force Caribbean integration
  • 2012 already?
  • 46 random kilos of cocaine
  • Sextuplets are a year old
  • Placido Domingo at Chavon
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 26 May 2008
  • OMSA buses run on biofuel
  • Ministry of Energy next?
  • Spike in fuel prices
  • Unions to discuss fair hikes
  • Subsidy could be removed
  • Opposition to focusing LPG subsidy
  • Electricity subsidy: US$134 million
  • Dengue campaign shows results
  • Different stories on subsidized foods
  • Possible changes in Supreme Court
  • Opposition to constitutional reform
  • New style prisons
  • The ministers and their worth
  • Orange explains blackout
  • ITLA offers scholarships
Friday, 23 May 2008
  • Fernandez to Rome
  • Diandino: Metro to run for Xmas
  • GLP subsidy to poor households
  • Example starts at top
  • Tax increase not the answer
  • Avocados a big hit
  • RIP Luis Augusto Caminero
  • Woman gets 15 years
  • "La Piedra" kills a man
  • Internet porn causing problems
  • Mother's Day shopping
  • Mother's Day Concert
  • Update on American football in DR
Wednesday, 21 May 2008
  • No tax reform looming
  • Montas: rigid austerity
  • Vega sees troubled future
  • US$42 million for electricity
  • Shell sale ready to sail
  • Senators vs. Deputies on reforms
  • Subero and Sun Land
  • PRD won 88 municipalities
  • "Motoconchistas" raise fares
  • FBI investigates player signings
  • Dominican valedictorian
  • Ramon Mateo: chess grandmaster
  • Felipe Alou ready for final win
  • Wednesday sales
  • DR1 breaks for Corpus Christi
Tuesday, 20 May 2008
  • Revisiting the doctor issue
  • Subsidies maintained for now
  • CPI at 1.88% for April
  • Subsidies maintained for now
  • The increase in food prices took years
  • More austerity, fewer subsidies
  • Organic exports prevail
  • "Dominicans" sold in Japan
  • WTO reasserts EU banana ruling
  • Constitutional reform again
  • JCE did well
  • JCE post-election agenda
  • The end of the PRSC?
  • PRD grows, PLD grows less
  • DNCD continues the fight
  • Sales
Monday, 19 May 2008
  • President Fernandez reelected
  • PLD sweeps in Santo Domingo
  • 29% abstention rate
  • Parties lose official standing
  • Guillermo Moreno's first try
  • OAS praises process
  • Hospitals see holiday increase
  • PC exit polls were right on
  • Voting overseas
  • Fernandez allies add 9%
  • Clientelism in the 2008 election
  • Swap short for long-term politics
  • Montas calls for "adjustments"
  • Three strategic areas
  • Cardinal calls for unity
Friday, 16 May 2008
  • Live electoral commentary
  • Electoral facts & figures
  • The provinces to watch
  • Many don't bother to vote
  • The candidates
  • Explaining the effect of clientilism
  • The most recent polls
  • Expatriate vote
  • Election rules
  • The arbiters
  • Election No. 13
Thursday, 15 May 2008
  • Fernandez going for four?
  • PRD closes campaign
  • Political publicity in the millions
  • International eyes on elections
  • Three more campaign victims
  • Loud campaigning shuts down
  • Court rules on Sun Land complaint
  • Metro more important than court
  • Scrap metal makes money
  • One vehicle for every four residents
  • Plaza de la Salud foot clinic
  • Helicopter falls from sky
  • Smuggling US$520,000
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 14 May 2008
  • Tomorrow work off after 12
  • Political parties take over radio
  • JCE sets rules for elections
  • Plenty of cops for elections
  • OMSA to give free rides
  • A.M. on Droit de Seigneur
  • Foreign firms to do exit polls
  • AIRD reject post-election tax reform
  • Possible IMF agreement looms
  • Non-traditional exports: US$277 million
  • Rescued baby now with grandma
  • Cops catch S&L killer
  • Lucky guy!
  • "In the Heights" leads Tony Awards
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 13 May 2008
  • Greenberg poll: Fernandez 55%
  • PLD ends campaign
  • You'll just have to wait
  • Schools used for voting
  • Topics fall by the wayside
  • Need to control government spending
  • Tourism still doing well
  • Foreign investment a constant
  • Small business bill
  • More call centers in DR
  • Manny inches closer
  • Dominican track runs well
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 12 May 2008
  • JCE tests scanners
  • Enthusiasm for voting abroad
  • Freeze on gasoline prices
  • Government halts audits
  • Central Bank audit
  • Need for constitutional procedures
  • Codetel in the countryside
  • IIBI suggests substitutes for flour
  • Chicken prices climb again
  • Trade deficit with the US
  • Housing sales are way down
  • CNN's Palacios looks at the DR
  • Deaths on campaign trail
  • Traffic toll is 40 deaths in two months
  • Workers demand pay in Santiago
  • Rescued baby doing well
Friday, 09 May 2008
  • Fernandez in Puerto Plata
  • US$10 million for protected areas
  • Bautista welcomes doctors' decision
  • The JCE scanners are here
  • After the elections
  • Time to foster exports
  • Edes feel fuel pinch
  • More policemen to jail
  • Bank robbed
  • Friday sales
Thursday, 08 May 2008
  • Fernandez leads polls
  • Scanners will be tested Sunday
  • Politics very costly in DR
  • PRSC strikes back
  • DR can be food self-sufficient
  • Morales on DR food supply plan
  • No strikes for now
  • Government gives out rice
  • Labels cause export issues
  • Killer cops could get 30
  • The Luciano Corominas plane
  • A star in the making
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 07 May 2008
  • No exit polls on 16 May
  • Top ten electoral provinces
  • Breadbasket of the Caribbean
  • Spain grabs low-skilled workers
  • Energy issues in tourism sector
  • Protected park areas
  • INESPRE outlives usefulness
  • Ikea in Santo Domingo
  • Farm costs ever higher
  • Bus stop businesses
  • Meat exports still on hold
  • Sun Land not on the agenda
  • Policemen fired for brutality
  • Red Alert
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 06 May 2008
  • The JCE's new scanners
  • Young could decide elections
  • Voter stats
  • Book Fair extended to 9 May
  • The Metro power controversy
  • Renewable energies ruling on hold
  • 'Popular' taxis will be popular
  • Energy deficit balloons
  • Asthma concerns
  • Fire at Mercado Nuevo
  • Ovalles and the US$569,000 case
  • No one guilty in passport scandal
  • Horford and Hawks out
  • Tuesday sales
Friday, 02 May 2008
  • DR1 takes a break
  • New industrial parks
  • US$80M for disaster rehab
  • We don't know
  • Housing feels crunch
  • Air Dominicana grounded
  • Saturating voters?
  • US$569,000 in undeclared cash
  • Colonel dead
  • Awarding the Dumas
  • Legislators recognize Junot Diaz
  • Can he do it?
  • Aguayo jumps in the rankings
  • Friday sales
Thursday, 01 May 2008
  • Fernandez makes promises
  • Subsidy for chicken
  • Pakistan investing in the DR
  • Germany/Spain will donate
  • Education Plan criticized
  • Health Minster talks tough
  • DR's beef with Guatemala
  • Minier of the Congos honored
  • Junot Diaz speaks at CMS
  • Padres inaugurate complex
  • DR boxers qualify for Beijing
  • Horford doubles; Hawks lose
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 30 April 2008
  • IKEA in Santo Domingo
  • Fernandez on corruption
  • New 10-Year Education Plan
  • Generic meds will cost less
  • Chinese medicine at HOMS
  • Small business needs simplicity
  • Basic foods are "assembled"
  • Porvenir produces sweet millions
  • The EU has millions for bananas
  • FTA needs revisions
  • Tragic accident near Azua
  • A.M. A cop once more
  • Derek Walcott speaks tonight
  • COE issues YELLOW ALERT
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 29 April 2008
  • FTZ get renovated
  • ILO says DR doing better
  • Paredes defends subsidies
  • Taiwan donates more
  • Derek Walcott here
  • Current accounts deficit balloons
  • Central American advantage
  • Life after the election
  • Energy subsidy not sustainable
  • PLD challenges colleges
  • Pepe Goico acquitted
  • Zayayines back in the fold
  • Weather report
  • Horford, Hawks even series
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 28 April 2008
  • National debt hits US$14 billion
  • CODETEL guarantees transmissions
  • Metro trials extended
  • Wheat subsidy triples
  • Rice wholesalers cry foul
  • UP up up
  • A.M. A time of lean cows
  • Bani suffers water shortage
  • Forty-eight hours without crime
  • Aid mission to Haiti attacked
  • Accidents cause blackouts
  • Assailants get thirty years
  • South wins student games
  • More rains today
  • Monday sales
Friday, 25 April 2008
  • Expatriate voting times
  • Resurrecting the CB
  • Tourism Dept clashes
  • Dominican economic outlook
  • Fifth time won't be lucky
  • Rains cause damage
  • Venezuela to revisit PetroCaribe
  • Cheaper rice shipped to Haiti
  • DR exporting yuca
  • Linking Haiti, PR and DR?
  • Dominicans earn more
  • DR spared new US baggage rules
  • Ortiz jersey nets big cash
  • DR wins 3 bronze in FINA masters
  • Friday sales
Thursday, 24 April 2008
  • Fernandez inaugurates works
  • Plantain theft clampdown
  • Earning peanuts is utopian
  • CB money not enough
  • Taiwan on DR ties
  • Taiwanese warships here
  • JCE says prove it
  • Vargas at AmCham
  • Women doctors march
  • DR 4th for overseas prostitution
  • Florian still in jail
  • Remembering history
  • Horford good; not a magician
  • Thursday sales!
Wednesday, 23 April 2008
  • Thousands flock to Book Fair
  • Metro: major attraction at Book Fair
  • Government sends foods to small shops
  • Heliport under construction
  • Small business DR-CAFTA workshop
  • Penalties for collecting without working
  • Privatization = jobs for politicians
  • Paying for luggage
  • Loto money divides family
  • His freedom lasted seven hours
  • Bomb factory in Bonao
  • Stealing plantains!
  • COE issues red and green alerts
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 22 April 2008
  • Fernandez at Feria del Libro
  • Money laundering common
  • Central Bank injects US$100M
  • Why imports don't cost less
  • New business magazine
  • UASD students get funds
  • Car buyers prefer pre-owned
  • Veganos begin rebuilding
  • Tornados are not so rare
  • Hillary loves the DR
  • Call centers catch on
  • Florida is Presidente territory
  • Papi woke up
  • Horford does well in debut
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 21 April 2008
  • Fernandez leads in Gallup poll
  • Book Fair opens today
  • Metro to offer free rides to fair
  • KEPCO in the DR
  • Maternity hospital deaths
  • Flea Market overflows
  • Tourism not reaching the poor
  • Ten-year plan for agriculture
  • Diesel behind hikes in food
  • Euro adds to medicine bills
  • Alert system for Tavera
  • Tornadoes hit three provinces
  • Green Alert for much of the DR
  • Car falls three floors
  • Cyber-criminals jailed
Friday, 18 April 2008
  • Fernandez reaches deal
  • Chinatown opens
  • DR should be OK
  • Anyone can be general
  • Strike IV and do it again
  • Customs getting stronger
  • Workers raises
  • Animal Welfare Conference
  • Appeal denied Figueroa to jail
  • On his way to 500
  • "I'm thirty uh..."
Wednesday, 16 April 2008
  • Elections on schedule
  • Campaign closings
  • Poultry farmers start getting paid
  • Commission to look at prices
  • Cost of living and jobs are main issues
  • ANJE looks at government spending
  • Banreservas: RD$9.5 billion earnings
  • Cardinal calls for aid for Haiti
  • ER doctors call for bike lanes
  • Teachers march today
  • Doctors reject government proposal
  • Armed Forces on alert on frontier
  • Goal: zero corruption at DNCD
  • Rain on the way
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 15 April 2008
  • CID poll: PLD 40.6%
  • Fernandez speaks
  • Vargas proposes cutting taxes
  • JB bridge getting makeover
  • NG plays down effects of recession
  • We have food
  • Trying to keep prices down
  • Prices up, consumption up
  • Taking on more foreign debt
  • IDB is big lender
  • DR urges Haitian stability
  • Coke galore
  • Killer cops go free
  • Manny's the man
  • Jersey brings curse?
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 14 April 2008
  • 1000 jobs at Metro
  • Presses roll on May ballots
  • Hamilton-El Dia: Fernandez 48%
  • Jewish leaders in Sosua
  • Food dependency is a worry
  • A week of protests
  • IAD director dies in crash
  • Haitian violence disrupts market days
  • Armed Forces has evac plan in place
  • Old rocks, new tourism
  • Huge increases in air fares
  • DR attends Lakeland Air Show
  • El Caribe: 60th Anniversary
  • Fugitives from justice
  • Monday sales
Friday, 11 April 2008
  • Clave-Noxa poll: Fernandez 54%
  • Fernandez the Pharaoh
  • Amable says Fernandez insults all
  • Moreno proposals at ANJE
  • Metro costs
  • DR behind in DR-CAFTA
  • CMD back at it
  • US funds OAS mission
  • Remittances are convenient
  • Americana announces new mall
  • Haitian conflict affects DR
  • Guerra wraps up Latin Billboards
  • Beach basketball
  • Friday sales
Thursday, 10 April 2008
  • Fernandez makes promises
  • Fernandez on "crisis of thought"
  • Brager: High tolerance of corruption
  • RD$1 billion for politics
  • Politics holds back key bills
  • Fanjul-Vicini sticks to sugar
  • DR IT challenges
  • Stores open, lull in shopping
  • Villanueva steps up
  • Wednesday sales
Wednesday, 09 April 2008
  • IDB to invest US$100 million in DR
  • The IDB and the Caribbean
  • Legal advisor questions Indetur
  • ANJE supports bankers on law
  • World Bank report on remittances
  • Koreans win bidding on Customs job
  • Santiago landfill is now open
  • Forum maintains its strike call
  • Haina bridge repairs get funding
  • Food prices go up
  • Haiti is buying poultry
  • Bank robbers hit Popular
  • Biodiesel plant in Azua
  • DR occupies third place in TB
  • Wednesday sales
Tuesday, 08 April 2008
  • Fernandez back after tour
  • IDB funds tax office
  • 53%, 37%, 6% in poll
  • Indetur back to commission
  • Food prices rising
  • Energy sucks money
  • What's with Sun Land?
  • UASD suspends classes
  • FSA calls for strike
  • JCE removes government ads
  • Taiwan looking for more cooperation
  • Pioneer cardiologist dies
  • The dead ain't cheap
  • Junot Diaz wins Pulitzer
  • Best in Japan volleyball
  • Tuesday sales!
Monday, 07 April 2008
  • Ventura to campaign for PLD
  • Hipolito campaigns for Miguel
  • Public debt is 26% GDP
  • Mega powers for Minister of Tourism
  • Car park fire hazard
  • Bad smell of justice in Santiago
  • Campaign against teen pregnancies
  • Mark Wiebe wins PGA
  • Latin American table tennis
  • Monday sales
Friday, 04 April 2008
  • PGA tees off in Cap Cana
  • Where your money goes
  • PLD wants its payroll
  • Opposition still at it
  • This happened in the DR?
  • Nuria explains
  • Young people speak out
  • Hipolito on the campaign trail
  • The downside of technology
  • Human rights going to charge
  • First food now this
  • No rice for the beans
  • Fire chief give warning
  • Chickens in Haiti
  • Shower in the rain
Thursday, 03 April 2008
  • Castanos speaks on realities
  • All FTAs bad?
  • UASD runs on deficit
  • Time's run out for Alejandrina
  • Pinocchio press
  • Unfinished buildings
  • Colmados going hi-tech
  • Operation Walk a success
  • Education law changed
  • Fighting for funds
  • I said, you said
  • Is this the end?
  • DR moves on in TT
Wednesday, 02 April 2008
  • President Fernandez on US tour
  • The Panama scandal
  • Debates are important
  • Stevens scholarships
  • 6.5 million telephones
  • It's raining
  • Sergio, Villalona and El Torito
  • Wednesday sales
  • DR table tennis update
  • Alou to manage DR team to WBC
  • US$337.5 million in MLB
Tuesday, 01 April 2008
  • Officials must ask permission
  • Customs removes tax
  • DR trying to buy WH
  • US protectionism restricts FTZs
  • Solenodon at the Zoo
  • You are right; but so am I
  • Crime in 2007
  • Punishing political military
  • Santo Domingo East has fun
  • Dominican flag more expensive
  • Macadamia nuts become popular
  • Tuesday sales
  • MLB honors Dominicans
Monday, 31 March 2008
  • Fernandez to tour US
  • HOMS formally inaugurated
  • Government: Santiago barrios rebuilt
  • New overpass for Santiago airport
  • Fernandez watches 30 de Marzo parade
  • New jewels in the hills
  • Not eligible for money from CAFTA
  • Subsidies are eating up budget
  • JCE suspends party funding
  • Water shortages in SD
  • Red Cross blood donor program
  • Police nab four assailants
  • Simon Romero passes away
  • Two more for Beijing
  • 10.7% of MLB players are Dominican
  • A good start
Friday, 28 March 2008
  • Wind energy in the DR
  • Environment ministers meet
  • First Ladies' on AIDS
  • More taxes paid
  • Tax evasion down 20 points
  • FTZs doing better
  • Competing with variety and delivery
  • The impact of the zig-zag bikes
  • Doctors' strike: day two
  • Valentin lets cat out of bag...
  • Opposition party summit
  • Santo Domingo election closing events
  • Garcia making us proud
  • Archery World Cup in Santo Domingo
  • Friday sales
Thursday, 27 March 2008
  • Paredes praises DR-CAFTA
  • Welcome to private aviation
  • Capellan favors agreement
  • Fernandez inaugurates center
  • Isla Saona has Wi-Fi
  • Vaccinations
  • Drought causes concern
  • Doctors' strike continues
  • PLD defends CB
  • PRD, PRSC not done
  • FedEx now costs less
  • Man and Woman of the Year
  • Domo arigato Mr. Ramirez
  • Dance gala
  • Thursday sales
Wednesday, 26 March 2008
  • Senate changes Traffic Law
  • JCE orders halt to payrolls
  • Senate approves two loans
  • Santiago commission says report is a joke
  • Doctors start 72-hour strike
  • New Vatican ambassador welcomed
  • Use iodized salt, says UNICEF
  • Re-bar prices shoot up
  • Rioters transferred to real jails
  • Two juveniles charged in killing
  • Party summit tomorrow is "almost sure"
  • Baseball - Major leagues in Japan
Tuesday, 25 March 2008
  • FDI increases
  • Biometric passports
  • Official holiday toll released
  • CB scandal getting more serious
  • Geological Conference
  • Poultry sector doing better
  • US woes reflected in the DR
  • CMD strike is on
  • Remittance from Spain increase
  • Prosecutors deal with many cases
  • Where'd the coal plants go?
  • Iraq conflict hits home
  • Play Ball!
  • DR will play ball
  • Searching for the Concepcion treasure
  • Tuesday sales
Monday, 24 March 2008
  • Campaigning abroad
  • First Ladies meeting in the DR
  • Church blasts government
  • JCE could seize CB accounts
  • Easter Week toll
  • One of the first fatalities
  • Thousands back after Easter break
  • Some hospitals report few ER visits
  • Tests reveal 70 new HIV cases
  • Troops mobilized
  • Truckers pay double for fuel
  • Doctors firm on strike call
  • African Palm Plantation on fire
  • Trump on the US real estate crisis
Wednesday, 19 March 2008
  • DR1 breaks for Easter
  • Government authorizes sale of ethanol
  • 1,500 AMET take to the streets
  • Thursday and Friday toll-free
  • Strong waves reported
  • Fernandez leads with 56%
  • Tavera handling was "adequate"
  • Duarte Highway watch points
  • Transport unions halt fare hikes
  • Election observers contacted
  • JCE gives government four days
  • AM: Deep-rooted problem
  • Supreme Court is waiting for an answer
  • Colonial City Easter program
  • Payano wins gold in Olympic qualifying event
Tuesday, 18 March 2008
  • DR to become distribution point
  • Strengthening Asian ties
  • Vice President candidates for 2008
  • DR gets recognized
  • Keep your subsidy: Conatra makes threats
  • 48-hour closing of northern beaches
  • No politicking this week
  • Sports update
Monday, 17 March 2008
  • Alburquerque chosen as vp
  • JCE to re-engineer Civil Registries
  • JCE hands parties election personnel database
  • DR to preside OAS consultations
  • CPI down a tiny bit
  • DR foreign debt up 18.3%
  • Airport Authority to cut red tape
  • Ship pays fine
  • A strike could end subsidy program
  • Renove guilty are in custody, sort of
  • Call for a halt to political patronage
  • Education
  • Operation Tradewind
  • Olga and Noel still affecting Ocoa
  • Thousands volunteer for Easter Week duty
Friday, 14 March 2008
  • Fernandez welcomes ambassadors
  • Easter Week preparations
  • Tourism doing well
  • Aura Celeste answers PC
  • Why public works are not insured
  • Renove clan in jail
  • Oil prices stimulate propane use
  • Gentlemen's pact II
  • Time for ethanol
  • Mimes protest Sun Land case
  • Friday Sales
Thursday, 13 March 2008
  • Getting ready for Holy Week
  • Belt tightening
  • PC call to withhold campaign funds
  • Bengoa tiptoes around CB issue
  • Arresting the Renove six?
  • Doctors' strike turns violent
  • Bani teachers strike continues
  • Where'd DR-CAFTA go?
  • Trade with Haiti worsening
  • Brugal pays big
  • Keeping your number
  • Thursday sales
  • Three Tall Women
Wednesday, 12 March 2008
  • Industrialists honor Fernandez
  • Civil Defense closes beaches
  • Shell appraiser chosen
  • Oil shocks subsidy process
  • Judge takes his time in Renove case
  • CB scandal reaches Congress
  • Fernandez and scandals
  • Corruption cases filed away
  • Fernandez needs 1% vote
  • Hipolito legacy too heavy
  • New book on Trujillo
  • Commonwealth Day celebrated
  • Poultry farms fire workers
  • Tourist wharf nears completion
  • Sales!
Tuesday, 11 March 2008
  • Deficit in the current account
  • Re-election spurs more corruption
  • Government denies Piera's claims
  • No limits
  • Jorge Mera asks for clarification
  • Iglesias leaves the DR
  • Losing a hospital
  • Qatar donates to storm victims
  • You ain't leaving!
  • JCE wants investigation
  • Milk gets subsidy
  • Stimson Center meets in DR
  • Revolutionizing digital equipment?
  • Darys Estrella gets recognition
  • Guerra's winning streak continues
  • Fe de errata
Monday, 10 March 2008
  • Fernandez as diplomat
  • Strengthening relations with India
  • Easter Week Safety Campaign
  • Moca is a WiFi city
  • Doctors will walk out
  • Tourism getting a boost
  • 18 hurt in school collapse
  • US$150 million in subsidies?
  • Oil spill ship fined RD$7 million
  • Too many kids in classrooms
  • Labor market demands changes
  • A breaking PLD scandal
  • Election violence in Azua
  • Bishops briefed on election
  • Santiago mayor is Amable's vp
  • Enrique Iglesias is recovering
  • Dominican-American sues US casinos
  • Major track and field victory for DR
Friday, 07 March 2008
  • Mediation continues at Rio Group Summit
  • Rio Group - renewable energy a priority
  • Honduran President may not attend
  • ITB convention center in Santo Domingo?
  • Saving Puerto Plata
  • Political judges a bad idea
  • Deficiencies in the education system
  • Mexico shares recycling experience
  • A boost for reforestation
  • Joining forces against drugs
  • Doctors back at work today
  • Bird flu - 300 and counting
  • Oil prices on the up and up
  • Freedom fighter coming back
  • Top US literary prize for Junot Diaz
Thursday, 06 March 2008
  • Fernandez optimistic
  • Peacemaking at Rio Summit
  • Doctors keep promise
  • ANJE snubs MVM
  • JCE approves alliances
  • Bird flu worse than feared
  • Codetel announces investment
  • Injured army officer dies
  • War on drugs
  • Looking back at tourism
  • Micro-loans for victims
  • Oil prices on the up and up
  • BNV drops rates
  • Traffic warning
  • UASD takes break
  • JLG rocks the vote
Wednesday, 05 March 2008
  • Rio Group summit gets under way
  • Fernandez as mediator?
  • IMF talks begin in D.C.
  • Farm gear will be duty free
  • Oil spill cleanup to cost RD$2 million
  • Doctors go on strike today
  • Central Bank renews RD$63 billion in CDs
  • DR hosts Education Forum
  • Renove case goes back to San Cristobal
  • Smart traffic lights save millions
  • Forum announces strike for April
  • Doctor guilty of malpractice
  • Store brands can save up to 30%
  • Inspection stickers are back
  • Erratum: IRS visits PP
  • Spotlight on DR in ITB-Berlin
Tuesday, 04 March 2008
  • Fernandez promotes army and police officers
  • Rio Group meets in face of tension
  • Elections offer extended vacation
  • Doctors ready for walkout
  • Supreme Court confirms RENOVE sentences
  • Renove sentence doesn't sit well
  • Tricom files Chpt. 11
  • Boca Chica fuel spill cleaned
  • IRS visits PP
  • MVM admits rumors
  • Journalist's son wounded
  • Watch your phones
  • R.O.Y! R.O.Y!
  • DR playing hard ball
Monday, 03 March 2008
  • UN racism charges denied
  • Officials don't declare assets
  • Fuel oil spill at Boca Chica
  • Doctors maintain their strike call
  • JCE tests system
  • Service sector now largest
  • Travel Alert: Las Americas Tunnel
  • A friend in deed
  • Dominican Republic at center of Berlin Fair
  • Carnival is a big hit
Friday, 29 February 2008
  • Monitoring competitiveness
  • Call for focus on people
  • Shell back in the news
  • No agreement for CMD
  • Fighting cocks culled
  • Nickel: 50% of exports
  • Fuel prices at all-time high
  • Wind Telecom is here
  • Fenatrano could default on loan
  • Where voters are concentrated
  • Fernandez dipped into the pot?
  • PRD justifies its absence
  • Politics gets punchy
  • Sailing makes it to Beijing
  • Disney's High School Musical
Thursday, 28 February 2008
  • The Metro rides
  • Fernandez speaks
  • Comments on Fernandez's speech
  • Fernandez strong in Gallup poll
  • What citizens want
  • Armed Forces promotions
  • CMD and SP will talk
  • H5N2 again
  • Cars are a goldmine
  • Fe de errata
  • Barrick will invest
  • Ethanol not the solution
  • Dario Contreras answers
Tuesday, 26 February 2008
  • DR1 takes a break
  • Fernandez meets US officials
  • Heads of state RSVP
  • SD Metro given the go ahead
  • IMF defends Dominican energy sector
  • 'Dam' the blame game
  • Defending DR-CAFTA
  • Border situation becoming dicey
  • Workers don't claim compensation
  • Citizens demand justice
  • REDOVIH makes accusation
  • UASD has new dean
  • Car theft still a problem
Monday, 25 February 2008
  • Chavez and Kirchner in Santo Domingo
  • Metro getting certified
  • FTA with Haiti?
  • Campaign stalls investments
  • Hubieres, Fenatrano and elections
  • What is the real cost of oil?
  • A kidnapping in Dajabon
  • The high cost of sending money
  • Santo Domingo air
  • Huge accident on Duarte Highway
  • Industrial fire in Manoguayabo
  • Reckless drivers on Tiradentes
  • Juan Severino, a very tough judge
Friday, 22 February 2008
  • Talks continue towards new IMF pact
  • Metro makes trial run
  • Canadian free trade agreement in limbo
  • Fake marriages will be real
  • JCE gets more money
  • Energy budget is crippling
  • Doctors' strike a success
  • DGII gives refunds
  • Human trafficking in the DR
  • Dominicans and the boob-tube
  • Aventura does well
Thursday, 21 February 2008
  • Fernandez celebrates Flag Day
  • Lack of competition
  • AmCham rejects tax reform
  • Doctors' strike on
  • Banana producers, bank agree on loan
  • ADN bankrupt?
  • Malnutrition is concentrated
  • Eradicating malaria
  • Revenues from civil registries high
  • Payano supports cockfighting
  • Motorbike crime on the up
  • Bush sighting in La Romana
  • Eyes to the sky
Wednesday, 20 February 2008
  • Regional seminar clarifies confusion
  • Government extends diesel subsidy
  • Gasoline retailers still not happy
  • IMF recommends controls
  • An attempt to prevent election clashes
  • Getting ready for elections
  • Chief justice rejects life sentences
  • Public Health, the Cardinal and the doctors
  • Cesfront gets reinforcements
  • Bird flu flap
  • Time to eat chicken!
  • Politur does its job
  • Santo Domingo is a parking lot
  • Lots of talking going on
  • Green Alert issued
  • Sprucing up the Malecon
Tuesday, 19 February 2008
  • 78-hour companies
  • SunLand debt is public debt
  • Record tax collections
  • Getting ready for elections
  • Dominican expatriate travel down
  • Tourism on the upswing
  • CRNM educates regional media
  • Government drags its feet
  • ANADEGAS backed into corner
  • Doctors threaten strike again
  • German all talk
  • Police wants changes
  • Almeyda confident on crime
  • Cattle ranchers try truce
  • Dominicans win gold
  • Tuesday Sales!
Monday, 18 February 2008
  • Small business loans
  • January inflation
  • Lazy Congress
  • Fight against bird flu
  • Wind Telecom starts tomorrow
  • Banana exports fall
  • Meet the new US ambassador
  • Sun Land and the ambassador
  • Anadegas and a possible strike
  • This strike averted
  • Changes suggested to Penal Code
  • Possible cattle rustling
  • Cardinal backs cops
  • Monday sales!
  • Something to do: See the tall ship
  • Carnival notes to remember
Friday, 15 February 2008
  • Government collections at good pace
  • Talks open with IMF
  • Political patronage or development?
  • Corruption all around
  • Measures to eradicate avian virus
  • Air Dominicana cleared
  • RIT scholarships
  • Los Alcarrizos Metro line is next
  • Friday Sales
  • Independence Cycling Tour
  • British Chamber golf tournament
  • Speed car racing
Thursday, 14 February 2008
  • Public debt on the rise
  • No chicken strike
  • Distributors in a deficit
  • Vehicles are a moneymaker
  • German challenges Nuria
  • Mud slingers in suits
  • JCE putting on the "spin"
  • Candidates respond to polls
  • PADELA fights for dogs
  • Storms: a concern for 2008
  • Tricom will invest
  • Police's Guzman won't back down
  • Thursday sales!
Wednesday, 13 February 2008
  • Fernandez: "read my lips"
  • Fernandez rides the Metro
  • Colonial Zone gets new signs
  • Law 89-07 helped thousands
  • Several hospitals nearly ready
  • Doctors postpone strike
  • Chicken farmers to meet Fernandez
  • Chicken running to Haiti
  • Bus companies want subsidy
  • Some walk out, some sleep
  • CID Latinoamericana poll
  • Roberto Salcedo is most accepted
  • Leading concerns
  • Politics hinders electric sector
  • Wednesday sales!
Tuesday, 12 February 2008
  • Tourism revenue on the rise
  • DR chosen to head GRULAC
  • Greenberg poll
  • Current concerns
  • "Vamo' arriba' is not political"
  • JCE summit
  • Bautista breaks silence
  • CEA and Vicini-Fanjul Group
  • Business calls for Haiti trade pact
  • Luperon cement factory opposed
  • Scholarships for the best
  • Viagra death
  • Tuesday sales!
  • CDN and MLB renew contract
  • Horford: Athlete of the Year
Monday, 11 February 2008
  • Cueva de las Maravillas air strip
  • Government spent more in 2007
  • Government giveaways
  • Punta Cana married 200 a day
  • Sun Land just won't go away
  • Segura: Tavera report is political
  • Rio Group to meet in Santo Domingo
  • Raw materials up-prices go up
  • Poultry producers on warpath
  • Metal exports way up
  • US withdraws extradition requests
  • Cops look for jobs for deportees
  • Another Grammy for Juan Luis
Friday, 08 February 2008
  • Bureaucracy for bureaucracy
  • Government to keep subsidies
  • Dominican students to WMI
  • New Journal of Tourism Research
  • Metro guzzles money
  • Power over principle
  • PRD won't sign pact
  • Colmados could make you deaf
  • Free trade or monopoly?
  • Haiti accused of tax gauging
  • Violent crimes on the rise
  • Friday sales!
  • Martinez, Marichal cause stir
  • Licey Campeon!
Thursday, 07 February 2008
  • Fernandez in Balaguer's shoes
  • Read Bengoa's lips?
  • Government gives out money
  • Gov won't pay in Sun Land case
  • Customs getting better
  • Government to buy chickens
  • Parking restrictions for old city
  • The mote in thy brother's eye
  • Fenatrano freezes transport
  • MVP makes accusations
  • Bank profits reach record high
  • More private watchmen
  • Greenish-blue eggs
  • Juan Luis Guerra at Billboards
  • Carnival in the city
  • Ready for some football?
  • Serie del Caribe update
Wednesday, 06 February 2008
  • 2008 Book Fair
  • Another IMF accord in the works
  • Business sectors reject new taxes
  • JCE getting ready
  • JCE invites observers
  • The new social class
  • Chicken farmers lose RD$600M
  • Brugal sells to Edrington
  • Possible transport strike
  • Appeals court's existence questioned
  • Teenage killer gets 30 years
  • Dirty faces - It's Ash Wednesday
  • Wednesday sales
  • Habichuelas con Dulce
  • Caribbean Series: DR to keep title
  • New Journal of Tourism Research
Tuesday, 05 February 2008
  • DR open to election monitoring
  • JCE hopes to tone down insults
  • Grownups acting like children
  • Adding danger to dirty politics
  • Are these purchases necessary?
  • Steps to please Haiti
  • Bi-national boycott causes a stir
  • IMF makes suggestions
  • EDEs becoming more efficient
  • Japan completes donations
  • Tuesday sales
  • Synchronized swimming
  • Where are the fans?
  • Serie del Caribe update
Monday, 04 February 2008
  • Fernandez nixes debate
  • Sonatrach in the DR
  • No IMF accord until after election
  • Chamber of Accounts in shadows
  • JCE cleans up voter rolls
  • JCE sets up the ticket
  • Chickens for oil
  • More fighting cocks killed
  • No market in Dajabon today
  • Kidnap victim found
  • Violence on the up?
  • Practicing law in the DR
  • It's cold outside
  • Carnival activity is heating up
  • Sales!
  • Caribbean Series
Friday, 01 February 2008
  • Spotlight on Santiago
  • Fernandez gives Youth Award
  • Another exemplary Dominican
  • Infant mortality declines
  • Haiti delays poultry imports
  • TSS handing over funds
  • 30,000 metric tons of sugar
  • Doctors want pay increase
  • PLD explains drug link
  • Malecon victims discharged
  • Stolen vehicle liability
  • Friday sales
  • Table tennis tournament
Thursday, 31 January 2008
  • IMF concludes review
  • Bi-national market on hold?
  • Lobbyist linked to heroin
  • Politics are dirty, but come on!
  • Car victims might have recourse
  • CODA holds 8th conference
  • Health surplus turned into fund
  • DR big CO2 emitter
  • Elevator plummets
  • Super Bowl in Santo Domingo
  • Keep your jackets out!
  • Thursday sales!
  • Caribbean Series shows
  • Archery World Cup
  • Santo Domingo: stage of stars
Wednesday, 30 January 2008
  • IMF will look at letter today
  • Two new Blue Flag beaches
  • NGOs will be supervised
  • Motorcyclists to get licensed
  • Banana growers wait for help
  • Poultry producers pull back
  • Industrialists want major changes
  • Promises, promises
  • Santiago report on Tavera incident
  • Technology catches hotel thief
  • Car robberies again
  • Wednesday sales
  • US Dems can vote in primaries
  • Super Bowl at the Jaragua
  • Caribbean Series Hall of Famers
  • The Aguilas lineup
Tuesday, 29 January 2008
  • Doctors won't strike
  • Guillermo Moreno against corruption
  • Competitiveness slipping
  • Whatever happened to Sichuan?
  • UASD students threaten strike
  • Political equality
  • Giant screens for election results
  • Teenage supermodel
  • Tuesday sales
  • Aguilas and Licey get ready
Monday, 28 January 2008
  • Government hauls it in
  • Juan Pablo Duarte, founder of the DR
  • Farm sector gets a break
  • Santiago is safer
  • Poultry farmers ask for help
  • Bad day at the hospital
  • Spain gives major Olga assistance
  • Hardware sales are down a lot
  • CNSS in big meeting today
  • Danilo wasn't there
  • Sales on Monday!
  • Johnny, we're gonna miss you!
  • Aguilas are the Champions
  • Baseball draft for Caribbean Series
Friday, 25 January 2008
  • Duarte's birthday
  • Fuel taxes equal big bucks
  • Legislators' big bucks
  • Imports grew 35% in 2007
  • DR ports busy busy
  • Looking for an egg solution
  • Rebellious Roberto denies reports
  • Taiwan donates to Cyber Park
  • CMD threatens strike action
  • Conep critical of SFS
  • Barrios not so "Seguro"
  • Friday sales!
  • Santiago's Monument re-opens
  • Drink away in Santiago!
  • Licey hangs on
Thursday, 24 January 2008
  • Bringing back the forests
  • Government considers IMF agreement
  • Bread makers get subsidy
  • Rabies vaccinations
  • Senators just as big a burden
  • Get out and vote
  • Intestinal problems clog hospitals
  • Rebellious Roberto in trouble
  • Councilors don't get raises
  • Polluted rivers
  • Tourism sector minimal growth
  • Egg ban leads to price drop
  • Families getting money
  • Aguilas one step closer
Wednesday, 23 January 2008
  • Punta Cana road repairs
  • Maternal deaths tied to infections
  • JCE to employ 998 for results
  • Haiti might lift chicken ban Friday
  • No traffic deaths over weekend
  • Deputies 'earn' a lot of money
  • Tavera Dam is drained a bit
  • New look for city center
  • Bread subsidy to keep prices low
  • Pols to get RD$1.06 billion
  • Strike delays flights out of AILA
  • TSA to look at AILA
  • Al Gore gets the cold shoulder
  • Wednesday Sales!
  • Aguilas goes for victory
Tuesday, 22 January 2008
  • Leonel, Amable and Miguel at the Basilica
  • Strengthening trade links with PR
  • Haiti ponders chicken ban
  • US sneezes, DR catches cold
  • Peso down, prices up
  • Tax collections up
  • DR could be more energy efficient
  • Social Forum says it's too much
  • Cedula expiry extended
  • Quirino assets sold
  • Maternal mortality rate down
  • Women report domestic violence
  • Bread prices down
  • New US passport card
  • COE issues warning
  • Pirates begin construction
  • Baseball recap
Friday, 18 January 2008
  • DR1 takes a break on Monday
  • Quality in education is the key
  • PR lifts ban on chicken imports
  • Lease revoked, sale rescission pending
  • DR has "high rigidity" rate
  • Inflation eats up interest rates
  • Dominican population growing
  • Aristy makes challenge
  • Dominicans in Spain can renew licenses
  • Motoconchos rule?
  • Bring your coats!
  • Five rescued from shipwreck
  • Mona Lisa missing
  • Friday sales!
  • Baseball finals
Thursday, 17 January 2008
  • Campaign season now "official"
  • The Metro: Still a dream
  • Haitian officials visit
  • Government and the IMF
  • Bye-bye LED
  • Banana producers get a break
  • DGII going digital
  • Political dirty laundry in abundance
  • Montalvo Center sees illegalities
  • Renewable energy needs guarantees
  • Competition for FENATRADO?
  • Tip bill
  • Fe de errata
  • Tejada: 'I'm clean'
  • Baseball playoffs
Wednesday, 16 January 2008
  • Taxable income increases
  • JCE wants clean campaign
  • Political dirty laundry
  • More than 5.7 million voters
  • Alphabet soup of political parties
  • Bishops see persisting corruption
  • $$$ for Santiago city employees
  • Health plan in crisis again
  • Few doctors use single prescription forms
  • CONEP wants a new IMF accord
  • Haitian negotiating tactics
  • Old bridge fails under heavy load
  • Two writers up for awards
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 15 January 2008
  • International Energy Week
  • Natural gas is coming soon
  • Illiteracy down
  • Getting ready for elections
  • Senate president apologizes
  • Will Pared Perez quit?
  • "I have an NGO"
  • BanResevas assets increase
  • Guatemala following the DR
  • PLD supports Aura Celeste
  • Boycotting the binational market
  • ECLAC official on IMF
  • Monday Sales!
  • Licey does it with a no-no!!
Monday, 14 January 2008
  • JCE to save for second round
  • Major fraud in pension plan
  • Corruption scandal list
  • The NGO swamp
  • Another commission looks at Tavera
  • Broken promises to flood victims
  • Haina port goes private
  • Fuel prices down a bit
  • European Union to fund projects
  • Inflation pegged at 8.88%
  • ARS collect but do not deliver
  • Morning after pills and alcohol
  • US to increase assistance to DNCD
  • Sales advertised today
  • Baseball
Friday, 11 January 2008
  • Fernandez signs budget
  • Santiago councilors embarrassed
  • Councilor pay raises revoked
  • Looking for appraiser for Shell
  • Whale season has new rules
  • Aura Celeste's dilemma
  • Year of Health
  • Almeyda needs clarification
  • EPA will regulate trade
  • Fuel prices drop
  • Friday sales!
  • Dominican flautist doing well
  • ESPN to telecast Caribbean Series
  • Pirates building baseball school
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 10 January 2008
  • President's mom rides metro
  • Fernandez wins person of the year
  • Budget gets passed
  • Politicians' NGOs cause stir
  • Budget allotments
  • Moreno family dilemma
  • RD$26,241.86 new tax threshold
  • Chicken exports on the agenda
  • JCE cancels programs
  • JCE chases document forgers
  • No limits for drinking at hotels?
  • Mistaken identity?
  • San Cristobal example followed
  • Origins of the MVP fortune
  • Thursday Sales!
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 09 January 2008
  • JCE to open campaign on 16th
  • Deputies to look at 2008 budget
  • No money for the Metro?
  • State sugar mills in limbo
  • Remittances increased in 2007
  • More data needed on settlements
  • PRD takes Bautista to court
  • Jorge Blanco recovering
  • Angelita returns to port
  • Today's Sales!
  • Light rains to continue
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 08 January 2008
  • Kids still on vacation
  • Police officers getting pay rise?
  • Segura pessimistic about energy
  • Paying the price of electricity inefficiency
  • San Cristobal scandal
  • Capital markets exchange update
  • Reliving history
  • DR gang in Madrid
  • Jorge Blanco out of intensive care
  • Haiti bans Dominican eggs and chickens
  • DR could lose banana market share
  • Losing the war on drugs in court
  • Baseball update
Monday, 07 January 2008
  • Metro will cost 20 pesos
  • Senate approves its version of budget
  • City councilors raise salaries
  • It never seems to stop
  • Young girl rescued in mountains
  • Ministry halts houses along the Yaque
  • School damaged by flood estimates damage
  • Car hits house; kills six
  • Accused killer still on the loose
  • Shake, rattle and roll
  • Cold front continues
  • Three Kings play to great audience
  • Bill will force court to move
  • Baseball update
Friday, 04 January 2008
  • Two bird flu cases draw attention
  • New Year: old challenges
  • Vehicles will be impounded
  • Government buying Refidomsa
  • Government big money maker
  • JCE funding back in the news
  • Metro cars arriving
  • Holiday sales exceed expectations
  • Basic foods increase in price
  • Cold weather
  • Holiday season roundup
  • Dominican appointed to Court of Appeals
  • Baseball updates

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