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Tuesday, 29 December 2009
  • DR1 News breaks for the holidays
  • Enhanced security at airports
  • AMET retains 31 freight trucks
  • The economy grew
  • Time to change the economic model
  • Montes Arache buried at sea
  • Liquid cocaine found
  • Violent crimes up in December
  • Gonzalez Gonzalez was talking
  • Former army man on the license plate
  • A suspicious lawyer
  • Two more suspects in Figueroa case
  • Johnny to the rescue
  • New Year parties
  • The baseball scores
Monday, 28 December 2009
  • Haiti gets 5 years of tariffs
  • Industries reject Haitian tariffs
  • Everyone's got a phone
  • 24-hour electricity not a dream
  • A lot is owed to EGEHID
  • ANJE criticizes 2010 budget
  • Some economists bullish on 2010
  • Five held in assassination
  • Gonzalez' murder was expected
  • Transfer of Brito is questioned
  • Blows to drug trade in the East
  • Mary Pelaez to Najayo
  • Watch it or DR could become Mexico
  • A Christmas miracle
  • Holiday fatalities rise to 26
  • Baseball playoffs
Tuesday, 22 December 2009
  • DR1 breaks for the Xmas holidays
  • Fernandez's goal
  • Flights restart
  • Fireworks destroyed
  • Exchange houses closed
  • Pelaez sent to jail
  • Spaniard's clean break
  • CND gets less
  • Murder plot uncovered
  • Marti alive and kicking
  • Lots of shows in year of crisis
  • Christmas exhibit
  • Christmas concert
  • The baseball scores
Monday, 21 December 2009
  • Preval will visit in January
  • Budget goes to Deputies tomorrow
  • More money flows today
  • Thousands of cops on the streets
  • Major snowstorm cancels flights
  • Local weather and the COE plan
  • Network laundered billions in the East
  • Higuey jail murder plan foiled
  • DNCD also stages a roundup
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Baseball weekend results
Friday, 18 December 2009
  • Leonel starts handouts in Montecristi
  • Tell us how corrupt we are
  • Senate fast tracks 2010 budget
  • Senate approves Ombudsman post
  • Consumer Confidence Index improves
  • More support for the "none" candidate
  • Great price but no crop to sell
  • Arrest warrant for Pelaez confirmed
  • Major crime bust on counterfeiters
  • Roncierto to Columbus Lighthouse
  • Escogido vs Aguilas tonight
Thursday, 17 December 2009
  • Investments & exports in 2009
  • Days sans blackouts
  • Bottlenecks get worse for Xmas
  • Inflation at 5.66% to November
  • Green jobs coming
  • Doctors re-hired
  • Economic observations for 2010
  • Pirate state
  • JCE recognizes parties
  • DR lags in human development
  • PRD in trouble
  • Gas tanker blast injures 2
  • Details on the kidnapped girl
  • Mayor gets caught
  • Canadian man missing
  • Horford digs in
  • Escogido makes it to post season
Wednesday, 16 December 2009
  • New ambassadors
  • Imminent relocation for Metro
  • Santiago needs its highway
  • Prizes for Martha Heredia
  • Informal sector strong
  • Sanchez Baret leaves PRD
  • Pelaez denies drug links
  • DNCD cleans up
  • First anniversary for missing plane
  • Martinez sentenced in NY
  • Fernando Urena Rib at Bellas Artes
  • The baseball scores
Tuesday, 15 December 2009
  • A heroine's welcome
  • Tunnel on 27 closed
  • Port impasse continues
  • Holiday blackouts
  • DR at Copenhagen
  • Get your cedulas
  • Caricom - a win-win agreement
  • Spanish case reveals leaks
  • Death toll high
  • 62 "keys" at Punta Cana
  • Pelaez's daughter investigated
  • Dominican poet wins
  • Saldana praised for Avatar
Monday, 14 December 2009
  • Haiti signs EPA
  • Zelaya and Lobo to visit?
  • Proconsumidor fines traders
  • Insisting on quality of debt
  • Eight still have to sign Constitution
  • Police chief elected by his peers
  • Cedula deadline expires Wednesday
  • Evictions for Metro 2A
  • A call for a budget for "Mipymes"
  • Surgeons on unregistered doctors
  • US$50 million in assets confiscated
  • Drug shipment confiscated in Azua
  • Martha Heredia show on 18 December
  • Tribute to Elton John
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 11 December 2009
  • Martha's victory brings joy to all
  • A billion in baskets
  • Shopping and crime prevention
  • President receives Super Tucanos
  • ECLAC forecasts 3.5% growth for DR
  • Nothing will stop the Metro 2
  • Celso wants to privatize the EDEs
  • US wants Fernandez to mediate
  • 2,500 tons of sugar for Chavez
  • FINJUS worried about low budget
  • 1,276 Haitian babies in northwest
  • Police convicted in five deaths
  • Another body is found
  • Welcome in the Christmas spirit
  • Baseball? Oh yes, there was
Thursday, 10 December 2009
  • The holidays are here
  • The DR's tragedy
  • DR and France
  • IDB donates money
  • Montas defends debt
  • PRD on government performance
  • Responding to Andy Dauhajre
  • Marranzini pushes for privatization
  • Follow up on port conflict
  • Security conference
  • Cocaine confiscated in La Romana
  • 4 bodies on Duarte highway
  • Priest sued for child support
  • Brito stays in jail
  • Martha's night
  • Long Night of Museums
  • The baseball scores
Wednesday, 09 December 2009
  • US Southern Command visits
  • Is Lobo coming?
  • Port charges debate gets critical
  • Taiwan will help with census
  • Andeans lend money
  • Loans and donations for schools
  • Tucanos to police DR airspace
  • Police executions?
  • DR among most affected by storms
  • A dangerous highway
  • Martha's night
  • The baseball scores
Tuesday, 08 December 2009
  • Signing the new Constitution
  • The DR's deficit
  • Too much debt
  • No cement license
  • IDAC can train
  • Too many doctorates
  • Used car sales down
  • Sex workers trained
  • Jail doesn't stop sex
  • Morrison to Granada
  • Luis Dias dies
  • Rains will continue
  • "All You Need is Love"
  • Garbage turned into treasure
  • Museums day
Monday, 07 December 2009
  • President returns with pledges
  • Process of signing Constitution starts
  • Billions for mass transit
  • The electricity plan
  • Public works to build bridges in POP
  • We're going nuts
  • Gallup-HOY says same old same old
  • Colombia halts large drug cargo to DR
  • The strange case of Figueroa Agosto
  • PLD victory in Lawyers Association
  • PRD process "turbulent"
  • Iris Perez Open Workshop
  • Victor Estrella wins Future F2
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 04 December 2009
  • Fernandez at UNESCO
  • DR joins OECD Development Center
  • IDB, IMF & WB to the rescue
  • Funds to pay for electricity
  • Health advances in southern hospitals
  • US$300 million for Solidarity
  • Santo Domingo-Santiago train
  • Almeyda rejects "Execution" report
  • Martha Heredia makes it to final
  • Julia Alvarez at Centro Leon
  • Christmas events this weekend
  • Victor Estrella makes ITF Circuit finals
  • Toros beat the Aguilas
Thursday, 03 December 2009
  • Fernandez in France
  • Business meeting in France
  • Words for border patrol
  • Borrowing big in 2010
  • Fiscal spending still a problem
  • Millions just on paper for education
  • RD$20 billion circulating
  • Duclona extradition approved
  • Moscoso: Felix and Figueroa not in DR
  • Someone's lying about Sobeida
  • Progress in yam + cocaine case
  • Extortion in Bani
  • Punta Cana Village bazaar
  • Dominican wins 5 gold in Masters
  • They love Licey
  • The baseball scores
Wednesday, 02 December 2009
  • Fernandez in France
  • Juan Marichal Sports Complex
  • Trade to Europe up
  • 15,000 for holiday season
  • Taxes stop expansion
  • Informal jobs up, formal jobs down
  • Falconbridge & Barrick
  • Margarita leads in the PLD
  • Contest to choose the most corrupt?
  • Losing the war against drugs
  • The yam + cocaine shipment
  • Important arrest in Paya case
  • Martha Heredia in Latin Idol
  • The baseball scores
Tuesday, 01 December 2009
  • Fernandez and technology
  • Constitution date set
  • There could be natural gas here
  • Pina downplays drugs
  • Sobeida's smokescreen
  • Gallup: Corruption on the rise
  • Inflation, blackouts and crime
  • Vodka, please
  • DR most connected
  • HIV rates high in children
  • Love scandal brewing
  • US cars exempt of taxes in 2010
  • AILA expects more traffic
  • Diplomatic Ladies Bazaar
  • The baseball scores
Monday, 30 November 2009
  • Key meetings for LF in Portugal
  • Morales Troncoso in Germany
  • CDEEE cost-cutting slow
  • Migration deports, others let back in
  • Thousands of HIV+ to get assistance
  • Unsustainable borrowing?
  • Whose stats to believe?
  • Five provinces needed to win
  • PLD party primaries
  • PRD primaries
  • Good days for banana exports
  • Fenacerd proposes compensation
  • DNCD makes another haul
  • Gallup poll on drug trafficking
  • Prosecutor says Baldera's captors were executed
  • Weekend baseball
Friday, 27 November 2009
  • President's trip to Europe
  • Freddy gets a medal
  • Public Works gets budget boost
  • Super Tucanos to arrive 8 December
  • Mayor Roberto Salcedo's plans
  • Spotlight moves to Barrick contract
  • Consumer protest at high cell rates
  • Sobeida has left the country
  • Sobeida gets Migration in hot water
  • Three more file against surgeon
  • Museums day
  • It's Christmas!
  • Arts and crafts fair
  • Baseball Standings
Thursday, 26 November 2009
  • UN rejects Los Haitises cement plant
  • Cement plant will be relocated
  • More to metro security than to border control
  • The economy grew
  • DR lacks budgetary transparency
  • Loans for bonuses
  • Strange but true
  • Tapia is released on bail
  • Educated women also abused
  • Survey results surprising
  • HIV rate down
  • Puerto Plata hurting
  • The baseball scores
Wednesday, 25 November 2009
  • RD$379 billion budget
  • Just more money for government
  • Government wants more city councilors
  • Financial system grows
  • Toxic substances still imported
  • Men living longer
  • Plastic surgery clinic closed
  • Feminicide rate down
  • Ecstasy component confiscated
  • Raphael de Espana
  • El Hombre's MVP
  • The baseball scores
Tuesday, 24 November 2009
  • Fernandez to Portugal and France
  • Constitution in January?
  • Consumers switch mobile providers
  • Scheduled blackouts
  • Save the COJP
  • Exporting helicopters?
  • UNPHU proposal wins big grant
  • DR exports cause concern
  • Yzaguirre: new US Ambassador
  • Drug points in the barrios
  • Socialists in the DR
  • Bill Rood passes away
  • Aventura's AMA
  • ITF Tennis Pro Tournament
  • The baseball scores
  • Santo Domingo Festival 2009
Monday, 23 November 2009
  • Fernandez inaugurates El Seibo works
  • What to expect from the IMF
  • Remittances down 12% this year
  • City renews garbage contracts
  • Easier to change ARS
  • Blue Mall ready for summer
  • Williams slapped with Senate censure
  • Cold cases nothing new here
  • US donates 25,000 tons of wheat
  • PUCMM earthquake conference
  • Weak front to bring rains
  • Comedy at Casa de Teatro
  • Baseball round-up
Friday, 20 November 2009
  • Government bullish on economy
  • 2.1 million vaccinated for tetanus
  • US$110 MM aqueduct for Bani
  • AMET takes, AMET returns
  • Shell signs its sell off
  • JCE to hold PRD hearing today
  • The tangled affairs of drug kings
  • DNCD nab 4 more in Higuey
  • Drug lab closed
  • New Trujillo book
  • New Canadian Embassy
  • Arawak's homage to dance
  • Artisans Fair
  • Christmas carols in Punta Cana
  • Paulina Rubio coming to Chavon
  • Codetel marathon
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 19 November 2009
  • Preparing for Fernandez trip to France
  • 600 megawatts from Abu Dhabi
  • Marranzini gets even tougher
  • Montas defends debt
  • Don't drive without the sticker
  • Public offices aren't transparent
  • Calderon splits from the PRD
  • No to domestic violence
  • Three honest military men
  • Drug plane caught in Higuey
  • Crime policy and institutional fragility
  • Brito goes to jail
  • Martha Heredia wows
  • Horford and his Hawks
  • The baseball scores
Wednesday, 18 November 2009
  • Colombian business mission
  • Power for the holidays
  • Electricity fraud list made public
  • Soccer field dispute cleared up
  • Long lines for marbetes
  • Montas admits there is corruption
  • Calderon gets the boot
  • Clutching at straws?
  • Fugitive pedophile arrested
  • Little sex education
  • Global Film Festival
  • The baseball scores
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
  • The 2010 budget is set
  • Constitution approved
  • Where is Sobeida?
  • More speculation on Sobeida
  • Soccer field controversy
  • Deadline for non-payers expires
  • Government subsidizes its consumption
  • Last minute marbete
  • Gaby wins gold in Mexico
  • National Symphony concert
  • Santo Domingo Festival
Monday, 16 November 2009
  • Council gets budget today
  • Final reading of the Constitution
  • Traffic accident toll at 1,500
  • Only 47% have renewed marbete
  • Repairs at Km12 Sanchez overpass
  • Quality of debt questioned
  • PLD removes 22 pre-candidates
  • Macadamia has future
  • Traders propose end to blackouts
  • Canadian Embassy is moving
  • Sergeant explains his investment
  • Watch the prosecutors
  • Million-peso bounties
  • Clinic raid: "just a visit"
  • DR volleyball defeats Korea
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 13 November 2009
  • DR strong on maritime connectivity
  • Gazprom coming to the DR
  • Public Health puts students to work
  • Taxman is coming to get you
  • Customs makes gift-giving easier
  • Mixed signals on drugs
  • No one said she couldn't leave
  • Arnaiz: military & police fortunes
  • Subero: everyone to jail now
  • Balderas can't win for losing
  • 18 years for crime didn't commit
  • Golf: the "Interior" wins Corrie Cup
  • Baseball Round-up
Thursday, 12 November 2009
  • The President on Sobeida
  • Sobeida left by jet?
  • City council promises action
  • More commercial loans
  • Borrowing for the baseball complex
  • IDB disaster contingency loan
  • Sectors demand $ for education
  • Power outages
  • Power generation improves
  • Government official credit cards
  • New RD$700,000 jobs
  • Los Haitises opinion soon?
  • Beggars and child abuse
  • Caba wins CMD presidency
  • Pediatrician Hugo Mendoza dies
  • Horford & Villanueva score big
  • The baseball scores
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
  • President Fernandez to Paris
  • Bengoa clarifies IMF funds
  • Delays in funding public hospitals
  • DR among least transparent
  • Expensive borrowing
  • Restoring the Malecon
  • Bankruptcy law
  • Ruling or new law
  • Judge defends bail
  • Bellerive on jobs and identity issues
  • El Gringo denies tape
  • Police catch German
  • DR Global Film Festival
  • Sammy speaks on skin tone
  • Baseball scores
  • XXIV Codetel Marathon
Tuesday, 10 November 2009
  • IMF agrees on pact
  • Monitor the use of IMF funds
  • Tiburcio acts for transparency
  • Waldo's last days at the CMD
  • Ruddy of the Guloyas dies
  • Journalist's suspect shooter
  • Where is Sobeida?
  • The value of a life
  • French drug smugglers get lucky
  • What's up with Sammy?
  • Dominican wins US horse race
  • Art auction
  • The baseball scores
Friday, 06 November 2009
  • DR1 breaks for holiday
  • Constitution Day
  • New modern jail in Moca
  • Better days for renewables
  • Free zones could sell produce here
  • Loans increase foreign debt
  • US$500 million loan
  • Bill to increase city payroll
  • Natural gas to increase output
  • Insulza admits Haitian impact on DR
  • Thumbs down on new Constitution
  • Bail outcry moves courts
  • Reopening the Deputy Romero case
  • Major drug seizure at Caucedo
  • Baseball Round Up
  • Lots of weekend activities
Thursday, 05 November 2009
  • Proposals to improve energy sector
  • Pay up or go to jail
  • Debt on the rise
  • Gigantism in government?
  • Political parties and democracy
  • Doctors resume talks
  • Dengue preventable
  • Leptospirosis rears its head
  • Killer rapper gets time
  • Dominican men cheat
  • It wasn't Pedro's day
  • MLB donates
  • Baseball scores
Wednesday, 04 November 2009
  • Cash, not oil for Refidomsa
  • Constitution postponed to December
  • Taiwan gives more money
  • Quality education, not branches
  • No money, no scholarship to Spain
  • Get your marbete
  • UN Haitises report not ready
  • Whisky contraband confiscated
  • Rapper kills Miky
  • El Gringo gets three months
  • Lantigua wins in Lawrence
  • Martha still on in Latin Idol
  • Prospect League starts
  • Pedro Martinez's night
  • Baseball scores
Tuesday, 03 November 2009
  • Marranzini rejects barges
  • 15 days to pay for electricity
  • Moving propaganda
  • JCE warns on campaigning
  • Controversial Barrick contract
  • The Barrick deal
  • What's in Ladom milk?
  • Kidnapping vehicles
  • The Capo from Capotillo
  • Honoring Sergeant Pinales
  • Saying goodbye to Miky
  • Dengue still a concern
  • DR ranked 10th in taekwondo
  • Pedro's chance
Monday, 02 November 2009
  • Conference of the Americas
  • Highway to Bani is almost open
  • Most fuels up again
  • Organic exports growing
  • PRD gets tough on candidates
  • Judge hard on the little guys
  • Drug dealers keep their cash
  • Narcotics gang dismantled
  • Police active against drug dealers
  • Too many bank holdups
  • Army complicit in deforestation
  • US Embassy names names
  • Freed on bail, kills again
  • Cooler temps should stay around
  • Baseball Roundup
Friday, 30 October 2009
  • Refinery sale all set to go
  • Deputies approve budget changes
  • Latest dengue deaths
  • Reform makes laws unconstitutional
  • Charcoal trade daunts authorities
  • AmCham promotes renewables
  • Swim for Millennium Goals
  • Taiwan's US$100,000 for hospital
  • Model UN conference in Bavaro
  • Mob tried to lynch crooked cops
  • The drug trail described
  • Judge's decision questioned
  • Two die when roof collapses
  • Baseball Roundup
  • Jose Luis Perales at the Theater
Thursday, 29 October 2009
  • Fernandez speaks out for Zelaya
  • Changes needed at DNCD
  • Bank customers protected
  • Political parties enjoy their privacy
  • Haiti-style deforestation this side
  • Teachers flunk
  • Enriquillo Matos campaigns for CMD
  • Name and shame
  • Crime down
  • Colombian organ transplants
  • Ikea is hiring
  • New car sales slow
  • Horford off to great start
  • It's Pedro's turn
  • The Scores
  • Halloween parties
Wednesday, 28 October 2009
  • DR and Vietnam
  • US$100 million in Taiwan funds
  • Camilo warns of reduction
  • Montas defends debt
  • Chile & the DR
  • Informality is a formality
  • Call center adds jobs
  • Helping prospective immigrants
  • Guerrero "not afraid"
  • Money laundering probe
  • Rains on the way
  • Cheering on Martha
  • World Series in swing
  • The baseball scores
  • America to perform in Santo Domingo
Tuesday, 27 October 2009
  • Exports inching way out of red
  • Vaccines in December
  • Charcoal ovens destroyed
  • Paya trial starts today
  • Parties take a stand
  • Murder for hire plot?
  • Drug depth concerning
  • Changes in Tricom
  • Press freedom declines
  • Police are recovering cars
  • Acta is at it
  • Oldest university birth date
Monday, 26 October 2009
  • Valdez Albizu sees growth
  • Most fuels go up, LPG stable
  • Debts could corral DR economy
  • Overseas deputies only get 4 years
  • FINJUS and PC divided on Tribunal
  • Illegal charcoal rivals drugs
  • Yamasa remains 'not Almonte'
  • 25 new AH1N1 cases
  • Natural gas on the way
  • Rains to continue today
  • People back Walkers for Life
  • Baseball Round-up
Friday, 23 October 2009
  • New plants to increase generation
  • Government cuts back RD$13 billion
  • Assembly comes to a close
  • A farm plan to generate billions
  • Romero also accused of visa fraud
  • Police probe Baldera kidnap case
  • Santiago kidnappers in custody
  • Dengue death rate too high
  • Doctors brain drain
  • Indotel hails Tricom deal
  • Step out for Life
  • Baseball Roundup
Thursday, 22 October 2009
  • Trade with Chile up
  • Trade with US down
  • Education gets EU funds
  • IDB makes emergency loan
  • DR top for doctors
  • Rabies vaccines arrive
  • Deputy admits wrongdoing
  • Another kidnapping ends
  • Krispy Kreme is coming
  • Pedro's last stand
  • Super Albert is human
  • Baseball Scores
Wednesday, 21 October 2009
  • Laundered money "not re-distributed"
  • Mr. Independent
  • Marranzini unrealistic?
  • Information still not free
  • Taxes could increase
  • Sugar and tobacco
  • Metro gets routes
  • Kidnap victim set free
  • Yankees clip wings
  • Weather update
  • UN sponsors Diaz
  • The Scores
Tuesday, 20 October 2009
  • Assembly stalemate broken
  • Constitutional Tribunal set up
  • It seems so obvious...
  • Unemployment remains stable
  • Dengue warnings
  • CMD at it again
  • PLD rejects Williams
  • Arlenis Sosa at Dominicana Moda
  • Colonial costumes exhibition
  • Vladi in the clutch
  • The Buzz
  • The Scores
Monday, 19 October 2009
  • President says no more UASD branches
  • Assembly tries to break stalemate
  • JCE chamber ratifies sentence against PRD
  • JCE will oversee party elections
  • Only 11,000 legal Haitian residents
  • Police and the "mysterious" disappearance
  • US files extradition requests
  • Nearly 800 charter flights approved
  • Most traffic deaths motorcycle related
  • Baseball season opens
Friday, 16 October 2009
  • Commission struggles with CNM
  • Moreno launches new political movement
  • Police link kidnappers and leftists
  • Police patrol involved in deaths
  • IDB donates US$1m to Metro
  • Free zone exports fall 23%
  • Three die in Ocoa 'copter crash
  • DR borrows AIDS drugs from Haiti
  • Sobeida out on RD$5m bail
  • Rosso turns himself in to US authorities
  • Fatal accident on Bani-Azua highway
  • Brugal awards prizes to worthy causes
  • Play Ball!
  • Jose Luis Perales at the National Theater
Thursday, 15 October 2009
  • Assembly work postponed
  • Progress in Paya case
  • Dam 'not overvalued'
  • Beach pay makes no sense
  • AIDS patients concerned
  • Ambassador dismisses claims
  • Portability goes well
  • My, my Metro
  • Family presses charges
  • Wide world of sports
  • Pedro is pitching
  • Pet Shop Boys canceled
Wednesday, 14 October 2009
  • More protected areas
  • Vargas looks for resolution
  • More loans approved
  • Modifying the budget
  • Pay for beach play?
  • Energy rates fixed
  • Pay your fines
  • Metro's minor mishap
  • Conflict brewing
  • Details on the Dona
  • Boy drowns off Malecon
  • Bachata at the White House
  • Freak accident sidelines Garcia
  • Diaz does it again
Monday, 12 October 2009
  • Nagua kidnap victim escapes
  • Assembly to repeat tainted votes
  • Judges fear Constitution with errors
  • Vincho says dam overvalued
  • Clear rules needed on migration
  • COPPPAL begins sessions
  • Medical residents get RD$5,000 bonus
  • CONEP: IMF accord will boost economy
  • CDEEE promises power if they pay
  • Fuel prices go up this week
  • Fugitive caught at Las Americas
  • More rain today
Friday, 09 October 2009
  • Fernandez inaugurates Coral Highway
  • Reform official hits back at critics
  • SCJ Judges to retire at 75
  • Fraud on film
  • Carter says migration 'unstoppable'
  • Immigration neutralizes development
  • Marranzini says no hike in sight
  • Costs trap hotels
  • Ex-husband arrested in US$4.6m case
  • Rains expected to continue
  • Martha through to LA idol final
Thursday, 08 October 2009
  • Carter and malaria
  • Comments on the constitution
  • Supporting agreement
  • Legislators make pledge
  • Chile and DR strengthen relations
  • You broke it, you pay for it
  • Fighting for fake jobs
  • Morales sworn in
  • Malnutrition still a concern
  • Cops on border
  • Wildcat strikes again
  • Protestors use new media
  • Dominicans in Chicago
Wednesday, 07 October 2009
  • Fernandez welcomes new ambassadors
  • President Carter visits DR
  • IMF agreement a step closer
  • Rejecting the Constitution
  • No more re-election
  • Counter-reform impossible, says Valentin
  • Marranzini slams "vandals"
  • Haitises victims want money
  • Lack of jobs a hurdle for youth
  • Tracking Henri
  • Chichi gets his day
  • Dominicans do the job
  • Cinderella at the National Theater
Tuesday, 06 October 2009
  • Natural gas plant coming
  • DR in OECD Development Center
  • Pared denies claims
  • Counter-reform coming?
  • Jaime David enters the fray
  • New center inaugurated
  • Rabies victim dies
  • Private schools won't charge
  • Banker in jail
  • Label it
  • Dominicans will shine in post-season
  • Sano is safe
  • Hanley and Albert
  • Dominican on Idol
Monday, 05 October 2009
  • Clinton: Haiti should follow DR example
  • Constitutional changes "an embarrassment"
  • Assembly tackles Congress today
  • Frontier schools shut down
  • Bishops call for fair treatment of foreigners
  • Schools and Minister to talk today
  • PLD selects candidates for May elections
  • Authorities locate more Figueroa assets
  • Officer discharged for deals with narcs
  • Judge rejects transfers of Paya suspects
  • Tourism sees upturn
  • Fuel prices down this week
  • Hurricane season winds down
  • Singer Mercedes Sosa dies at 74
Friday, 02 October 2009
  • President inaugurates housing in Ocoa
  • US$70 million loan with IDB
  • Tuition needs to be paid in advance
  • Assembly bans corruption
  • Environmentalists: the backward Constitution
  • Deputy criticizes colleagues
  • Country in Intensive Care Unit
  • PRD declares Jorge Mera winner
  • Economic drop is pronounced
  • DR right about taxing Costa Rican wires
  • Clinton in Haiti
  • Orange and Codetel go at it
  • Centro Leon celebrates 6th anniversary
  • Oviedo, Merengue, Bachata & Son
Thursday, 01 October 2009
  • VP gets involved
  • Better days ahead for Haiti
  • Government presents card to IMF
  • Public debt is US$17.39 billion
  • Beaches privatized
  • Elections unified
  • Marranzini asks for patience
  • Haitises report postponed
  • Guido still at it
  • One-legged golf star is Dominican
Wednesday, 30 September 2009
  • Portability begins today
  • Citizens lose civil right
  • President to appoint prosecutors?
  • Blackouts don't cease
  • Stopping the "Haitian invasion"
  • Guido: fraud in PRD convention
  • Dominicans tired of parties
  • Cisneros on the DR
  • Drug dealer's animals go to zoo
  • Father pleads for kidnapped son
  • Dominican goes for court
  • Sano signs
Tuesday, 29 September 2009
  • Faxas on opportunities in France
  • Deforestation at the border
  • Losing territory to Haiti
  • Confusion reigns with PRD
  • New DNCD staff at POP
  • Paya case moved
  • Figueroa's zoo
  • Cali Capo caught
  • Burgos is back
  • El Torito honored
  • Cuban nights at Cane
Monday, 28 September 2009
  • UAE foreign minister to visit
  • Latin Pride awards
  • DR-Haiti commission to meet 29 Oct
  • AgroFrontera recognized by Clintons
  • Cid Wilson to Obama commission
  • Montas on government shortfall
  • Gasoline prices down
  • Supreme Court on Paya case
  • Dozens of cases expire today
  • Bahoruco hard hit by arsonists
  • Guido cries foul
  • La Vega Book Fair a success
  • DR bowler comes 12th in the US Open
  • Gold for the DR in volleyball
Friday, 25 September 2009
  • Fernandez on Venezuela and Libya
  • Fernandez on IMF signing
  • World Bank call for redirection
  • IMF demands fewer subsidies
  • Banreservas + MoneyGram
  • Marranzini inspects generators
  • Official report on the blackout
  • Empretec workshop in Santo Domingo
  • Book on Clusters available online
  • UASD can't preach
  • What Santiago wants
  • The country honors its patroness
  • Powerful tornadoes rip Valverde
  • DR defeats PR in volleyball
  • Fernando Echavarria & Victor Victor
Wednesday, 23 September 2009
  • DR1 News breaks for Mercedes Day
  • Fernandez to addresses UN today
  • Rajendra Pachauri to visit
  • Truthful information deleted
  • Common law unions are legal
  • UASD vendors back
  • UN and banana producers
  • Selling overpriced drink to schools?
  • Travel to the DR stable
  • Sun Village and Maxim's close
  • Paya case lulls
  • Prospect's bad luck
  • Ramirez is CoverGirl
  • DR defeats Canada in Norceca
  • 5th Contemporary Dance Encounter
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
  • President vows to fight drug trade
  • DR's strategic alliance
  • Paredes delegates in milk commission
  • Pro Consumidor will investigate
  • Paredes teaches
  • RD$1.5 M for anti-narcotics agents
  • Police uncover more guns
  • Who's behind the kidnapping?
  • Websites for denouncing crime
  • Magic box on sale
  • Crisostomo keeps on plugging
  • RD youth win medals
  • Baseball prospect goes to jail
  • Jonas Brothers in Santo Domingo
  • An unusual exhibition
Monday, 21 September 2009
  • Leonel off to NYC and UN
  • Clean-up of 50 beaches
  • CDEEE's RD$706 million payroll
  • Montas says subsidies stay
  • Hiccups at the start of school year
  • World Bank US$40.5 million funds
  • Will bars be off limit to minors?
  • Parties agree to limit citizen rights
  • Killing the Cabarete goose
  • No more plastic bags
  • Milk producer cries foul
  • Large anti- drug operation
  • Two tied to BPD fraud nabbed
  • Historic triumph in tennis
Friday, 18 September 2009
  • First Lady: FAO Goodwill Ambassador
  • 311 System set up for complaints
  • Blackouts announced for whole country
  • CDEEE transparency and payroll
  • Encouraging citizen action
  • Warnings on Freedom of Access
  • Hectic session approves Article 30
  • With no new taxes IMF accord is near
  • JCE sets rules for religious marriages
  • Huge drug seizure in Santo Domingo
  • Rosado Mateo promoted to Major General
  • DR and Venezuela face off in Davis Cup
Thursday, 17 September 2009
  • Government promises $ for POP
  • Funglode is IG, the university
  • Slot machines get out of hand
  • DR + Haiti to fight eco degradation
  • Legislators seek to protect corruption?
  • Vigilante justice gains popularity
  • Emergency landing at AILA
  • DR "too vulnerable" to drug trade
  • Expo Cibao in Santiago
  • Olympic gold Diaz fights again
  • Papi's Big heart
  • Mota's tribute
  • Beach clean-up day
Wednesday, 16 September 2009
  • Room for more China-DR trade
  • Customs gets better
  • Deficit not sustainable
  • Where are the savings?
  • Double taxation coming?
  • IDB offers energy help
  • Doctors' dialogue staggers
  • Dominicans in trouble
  • The enemy: drug traffickers
  • Who's behind the US$4.6M case?
  • Issue more extraditions
  • Officers get promoted
  • Papi's record
  • Arlenis Sosa coming for DM09
  • HappyLand at Jumbo
  • Racing at the Autodrome
Tuesday, 15 September 2009
  • Confiscating turtle shell crafts
  • Government into business
  • Castro's daughter visiting DR
  • Where is your motorcycle?
  • EU donates to border region
  • 17 AH1N1 deaths
  • Child labor
  • Amnesty International on Art 30
  • Priest on sex education
  • INDRHI out of control
  • PR capo was "undoubtedly protected"
  • Prison warden dismissed
  • Officer turns himself in
  • Jhonathan Leyba works for MLB
  • Davis Cup matches
  • Mark Anthony to play in DR
Monday, 14 September 2009
  • Full Russian embassy
  • European or US digital TV?
  • Cultural center in Villa Juana
  • Nearly half the DR is poor
  • JCE to look at changes in residence
  • Protesting Proindustria appointments
  • DNCD nabs two in La Cienega
  • DEA picked up Colombian capo
  • Retired cop killed stopping heist
  • Gang operated from jail cells
  • US seeks DR military officials
  • Speculating re the US ambassador
  • Dominican candidates in NY
  • DR third in volleyball
  • Players move to the MLB playoffs
  • Pedro bounces back in style
  • ONAMET: heat & some showers
Friday, 11 September 2009
  • New company law boosts ranking
  • "Stealing electricity is a sport"
  • US$600 million to fix power mess
  • Technican issues at the dams
  • Constitutional Court: 13 judges
  • PRD and PLD agree terms
  • AMET has 900 female agents
  • Nearly 1,200 foreigners in DR jails
  • Cops nab BPD bank robbers
  • Unresolved drug cases
  • Accomplices sought in US$4.6m case
  • Watches: US$4.6+ M
  • Macadamia nuts on the market
  • Presidente Beer Summer
Thursday, 10 September 2009
  • Signing agreements with Russia
  • City cleans up political posters
  • IDB will give budget help
  • Deputy says his father stays on payroll
  • Changes to the freedom of information act?
  • Theft at Ortega's house
  • Colombians + drug cases
  • Drug money freight vehicles?
  • Guerrero sees the light
  • Late declarations must be reviewed
  • More on capo Figueroa
  • Call him Mr. Pujols
  • dr1 and the Yankees
  • Women's volleyball wins in Peru
  • Clean up the Beach warm up
Wednesday, 09 September 2009
  • Morales Troncoso in Russia
  • First Russian Orthodox Church
  • IMF agreement imminent
  • Taiwan trains the trainers
  • CPI influx
  • Province rejects gold contract
  • Colombians not happy
  • More details in US$4.6M case
  • Figueroa not Almonte
  • Amaral Duclona arrested in DR
  • Cheche's shooter in jail
  • Rains on the way
  • Baseball update
  • Caledon = opera + comedy
Tuesday, 08 September 2009
  • Talks with Russia
  • DR WEF scorecard
  • RD$800,000 at the ball park
  • Senate fires family members
  • Internet too expensive for students
  • Deadly roads
  • Leading PLD member shot
  • Big blow to drug trafficking
  • Colombian operation?
  • Sobeida Feliz denies drug links
  • Piantini honored
  • Tremor in Higuey
Monday, 07 September 2009
  • New government appointments
  • IMF and government
  • Complicated situation
  • Cut current spending
  • The easy way out for the CDEEE
  • Palace Pilgrimages don't work
  • Constitution review questions
  • Sickness Compensation package
  • Fuels cost less this week
  • Tourism model "unsustainable"
  • AMET hard at work
  • DNCD seizes US$4.6 million in cash
  • The US$4.6 million man was mobster
  • US CG & DR Navy work together
  • COE maintains alerts
  • DR could still get to FIBA World Cup
  • Alberto Coto, the mathematician
Friday, 04 September 2009
  • Mendez considers sabotage
  • Universities reject attempt at controls
  • Finjus calls for high court
  • Strike suspended
  • PRD says no to sovereign bonds
  • Milagros, senator for Santo Domingo?
  • Pared: Keep those jobs!
  • RD$150M not RD$1B
  • Changes for the Code of Penal Process
  • Large marijuana plantation discovered
  • Erika weakens but will bring rains
  • Last chance at FIBA World Cup
  • Danny Rivera at the National Theater
Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • The President is back
  • Metro: taxpayer nightmare
  • And nobody knew anything
  • 70% of patients are Haitians
  • Blackout blankets the nation
  • Government gives victims funds
  • Microsoft invests in small business
  • CB suspends certificates
  • Conflicts at the UASD
  • AA emergency landing
  • Kaisha's killer to stay in jail
  • 12-year old tragedy
  • Police catches two
  • Puerto Rico too strong
  • Erika's progress
  • Rock at Quintana Bar
Wednesday, 02 September 2009
  • Doctors make progress
  • Doctor admits wrong doing
  • UK helps DR with climate change
  • Peace Corps director visits
  • Jaime David tours Brazil with Lerner
  • Business on short term relief
  • Borrowing for public works
  • Pared against nepotism
  • UASD students do better
  • Manager's thief caught
  • Looking out for Erika
  • Dominicana defeats Uruguay
  • Furcal's family affected by fire
  • Juan Bosch's "The Woman" on stage
Tuesday, 01 September 2009
  • Fernandez at African summit
  • Savings for legalizing documents
  • The CDEEE cleans house
  • Nepotism also in Congress
  • Migratory laissez-faire
  • 0.3% of moto drivers have licenses
  • Ethnic products lead
  • Stop the vigilantism
  • Foro plans strike
  • Fake birth certificate
  • Felix Sanchez wins in Croatia
  • FIBA Americas Championship
  • "Sugar" in the movies
Monday, 31 August 2009
  • Fernandez in Libya
  • Paredes guarantees breakfast quality
  • Another IMF accord
  • Debts drown budget
  • Ungodly spending by government
  • Gov jobs in DR and Chile
  • 79,244 want 3,602 jobs
  • Haitian remittances at US$500 M
  • Chilean sought for Clayderman robbery
  • Suspect drug plane
  • Two extradited for drugs and fraud
  • More accident deaths on highways
  • Gasoline goes down, diesel goes up
  • DR makes it to FIBA Round 2
  • Voices for Peace lyrical concert
Friday, 28 August 2009
  • Fernandez off to Libya
  • Fernandez: democracy not business
  • Parlacen costs DR RD$65 million
  • USA: US$30 million to fight drugs
  • Business: spend on infrastructure
  • Exports fall 16% in first half
  • Constitutional Court gets second look
  • Cleaning up the streets
  • Law on parties causes rift
  • Esteban Rosario book tells all
  • Weather conditions back to normal
  • DR in the FIBA Americas Cup
  • Clayderman and Di Blasio
Thursday, 27 August 2009
  • President Fernandez to Libya
  • Fernandez's Honduras proposal
  • Higher deficit coming
  • Government debt at US$15 billion?
  • Doctors get victory, sort of
  • Santiago's strategic plan
  • Higher cost of politics?
  • Denouncing the police in San Cristobal
  • Mufflers for the motorcycles
  • Condolences for Ted Kennedy
  • Kangoroos at the Zoo
  • DR loses to Brazil
  • Papi is almost back
  • Center named after Pujols
  • For popular piano music lovers
Wednesday, 26 August 2009
  • Real estate = cash for government
  • Celso asks for patience
  • Health Commission recommendations
  • Education lifts sanctions
  • Revoke the return of the cash plane?
  • Shooting off Acropolis Mall
  • Dominicans in PreWorld Basketball
  • Santiago Merengue Extravaganza
  • Asonahores Trade Show opens today
Tuesday, 25 August 2009
  • Numeric portability about to start
  • Measuring the noise
  • Pay those traffic fines
  • Government collects, does not pay
  • No new tax reform
  • Samana highway dangerous?
  • Christopher Lambert to head US Embassy
  • Dominguez cleared by hospital
  • New Airport security director
  • The 'ole switch-a-roo
  • Naming those fired for drug ties
  • Rosy is free
  • Tragedy
  • Rains expected today
  • The Louvre and national talents
Monday, 24 August 2009
  • Fernandez looks to IMF
  • IMF transfers US$275 to DR
  • Michael Masters meets Fernandez
  • Fuel prices go down a little
  • Request death certificate annulment
  • More changes in government
  • DNCD jail 170
  • Tragedy on Samana Highway
  • Health officials close water bottlers
  • DR 1st Finalist in Miss Universe
Friday, 21 August 2009
  • Government housing in Barahona
  • Homes of the poor won't pay taxes
  • Deficit is almost RD$10 billion
  • Talking education
  • No money for social programs
  • US cars tax free
  • Give up the "green"
  • DPCA files charges
  • Debate on penalties for minors
  • Praise for Rolando Rosado Mateo
  • Fraud at Indhri
  • The Vianco Martinez case
  • Shortwave community meets here
  • COE raises alerts
  • Old-timers on stage
Thursday, 20 August 2009
  • 1,200 students go overseas
  • Government on its deficit
  • SNC-Lavalin to generate power?
  • Electricity needs US$3.4 billion
  • Mothers get RD$357 million
  • JCE against people shufflers
  • Constitution reviewers will meet Tuesday
  • Barrick & copper mining
  • DR and the US Census
  • Justice sought for abused journalist
  • Garage sale in POP
  • Best Hits Night at the National Theater
Wednesday, 19 August 2009
  • New border security chief
  • Marrazini sworn in
  • Will online power decide in 2012?
  • Refidomsa sale doesn't violate DR-CAFTA
  • Taiwan donation
  • Cedulas canceled
  • Dominguez Brito is OK
  • Mayor charged with embezzlement
  • Health debate stalemate
  • Indiana University and the monkey
  • Sadness for Sanchez
  • Villanueva, Horford & Garcia
  • DR wins 7 medals in wrestling
  • Miss DR stars in Miss Universe
  • Folklore Ballet Gala
Tuesday, 18 August 2009
  • Marranzini gets support
  • New DNCD director
  • Quarter million government vehicles
  • Pinalito Dam cost RD$7 billion more
  • Slow start at public schools
  • UN technicians to Los Haitises
  • Doctors will attend talks
  • Azua is calm but fearful
  • Hatuey and MVM talk of alliance
  • Student extradited
  • Dominguez Brito to the US
  • Zucchini and cocaine
  • Ana but a tropical wave
  • Biennial opens at Museum of Modern Art
Monday, 17 August 2009
  • Change at the CDEEE
  • Celso Marranzini at the CDEEE
  • Fernandez cabinet changes
  • Back to school
  • UN mission re cement plant
  • Pared Perez & Valentin again
  • Celebrating the Restoration
  • Monsignor comments on drugs
  • The deputy's zoo
  • Tropical depression today
  • Is Super Sanchez back?
  • DR men at the Norceca volleyball
Friday, 14 August 2009
  • Health meeting yields a 2nd meeting
  • Residents go back on strike
  • OAS lobbies for ethanol
  • Cheating students case to be heard
  • Odebrecht justifies pipe imports
  • Samana highway dangers
  • Jose Tomas defends government
  • Truck falls off bridge
  • Waters pound SD
  • Generators investigated
  • Jana makes Lurzer's Archive
  • Tribute to Michael Jackson
Thursday, 13 August 2009
  • LF: war on drug sales
  • National District crime stats
  • US$45 million loan to finish market
  • Time to renew license plates
  • MD strike on hold, dialogue starts
  • Parties law might be unconstitutional
  • Buy local to save $ and jobs
  • Government, the entrepreneur?
  • Consumer Price Index up a bit
  • Presidente invests in the Caribbean
  • Novus Gold strikes gold
  • Young man barely escapes lynching
  • Rains continue and will increase
  • Men's volleyball
  • Pedro pitched and won
  • Marc Anthony concert postponed
Wednesday, 12 August 2009
  • Pinalito Dam inaugurated
  • New schools in the Northwest
  • Mediation in medics crisis?
  • RBS on DR finances
  • Dominican to run for NYC mayor
  • Protests in Navarette
  • 30 days for suspect youth murder
  • DNCD shakes things up
  • Pedro Martinez's big night
  • Vlady gets 400
  • DR team to World Softball
Tuesday, 11 August 2009
  • A wave of inaugurations
  • Festival of Ideas
  • 100 Constitution articles ready
  • Capital spending down 63%
  • Dialogue with doctors not possible
  • Puig: what's behind the MD strike
  • AMET removes clunkers
  • DR is major organic exporter
  • Finjus supports Conep proposal
  • Hipolito files an appeal
  • Mob lynches thief in La Julia
  • Kaisha suspect to La Victoria
  • Flu cases now number 182
  • Tropical wave would bring rains
Monday, 10 August 2009
  • Caribbean Biological Corridor
  • Morales Troncoso is PRSC president
  • Barrick grabs power plants
  • Hospital director gets attacked
  • Police arrest 5 in banker murder case
  • Haitian Dominican tensions rise
  • Drug troubles in Azua
  • Juan Luis Guerra in Japan
  • Papi speaks
  • DR golf takes trophy
  • 2009 FIBA Americas Championship
  • Gold in US Masters Swimming
Friday, 07 August 2009
  • UASD campus in Bonao
  • Financing for education
  • Churchill & 27 Febrero
  • Looking for gold
  • Bengoa: Sale is irreversible
  • Strike is still on
  • Radhames outs Radhames
  • Drugs fall from the sky
  • Guerrero: Brito is irresponsible
  • Azua senator on his province
  • Crappy cars have 72 hours
  • Homicide leads to outrage
  • Zero crime in tourist zones
  • Pitcher gets 30 days
  • Fernandez and a champion
  • Salsa at the Jaragua
Thursday, 06 August 2009
  • Fernandez: 2.5-3% growth second half year
  • Assembly rejects Constitutional Chamber
  • First reading of Constitution completed
  • Council to govern Judicial Power
  • Sale to Venezuela violates DR-CAFTA
  • The most corrupt in government
  • Garment expert: We need 50 factories
  • Indifference causes tensions
  • Duarte Bridge closed at night
  • Police Chief removes Azua force
  • Marketing fake cocaine
  • Earth keeps shaking
  • Rains in the forecast
Wednesday, 05 August 2009
  • Jagdeo of Guyana visits
  • Provincial stats now available
  • Economy slowly rebounding
  • Borrowing is up, says Central Bank
  • Business doubts energy plan
  • Edes will return money
  • Wage increases pegged to productivity
  • Conflict at protest
  • Child labor down
  • Guerrero points to complicity in Azua
  • Consul clarification
  • Brazilian businesspersons coming
  • Social networking used to protest
  • Baseball news
  • There are 2 Zoetry properties!
Monday, 03 August 2009
  • Segura and his summit
  • Energy rate to stay the same
  • Privatization at National Park revoked
  • Vincho on corruption
  • Increasing debt not healthy
  • Free hand in government spending
  • Political tit for tat at JCE?
  • School supplies expensive
  • Caamano's boat restored
  • Drug cops get jail
  • Tropical wave rains
  • Melky hits for the cycle
  • DR defeats Korea in volleyball
  • Latin American Idol
  • Children's Film Festival
Friday, 31 July 2009
  • Fernandez inaugurates schools and aqueducts
  • Doctors will have to wait
  • PRD senators walk out
  • Bengoa proposes exemptions
  • Refidomsa done by year's end
  • Pina Toribio defends government model
  • Macarrulla willing to talk
  • Call for actions against corruption
  • Government departments take taxes
  • Traffic in Santo Domingo
  • Blue Mall in time for Easter 2010?
  • DR on UNESCO documentary heritage list
  • Shootout leads to death
  • Journalist still missing
  • Baseball's black eye
  • Minaya says sorry
Thursday, 30 July 2009
  • CONEP calls for new model
  • Segura proposes more talk
  • No electricity in south yesterday
  • School schedule for 2009-2010
  • Funglode to become university
  • New figures on BC webpage
  • A billion plus for projects
  • Defending sale of Refidomsa
  • Economists on free spending
  • JCE audit reveals lack of controls
  • Doctors support strike
  • New cancer unit for kids
  • Minimum wage goes into effect today
Wednesday, 29 July 2009
  • Customs opens office in Santiago
  • Doctors resume strikes
  • Business sector fires back
  • Give us "guaranteed" power
  • UN pledges objectivity in Haitises case
  • US Rep asks for Refidomsa check
  • Almost US$300 million in more loans
  • Sun Land projects on hold
  • Corruption behind popularity drop
  • Incentives for Barahona
  • Samana highway crash
  • Morales will be PRSC president
  • Joan is a Golden Boy
Tuesday, 28 July 2009
  • Fernandez moves on demands
  • School year starts 17 August
  • CDEEE debt hinders deals
  • Docs and nurses chained up
  • Assembly might approve amnesty
  • Border market reopens
  • FINJUS re Constitutional Chamber
  • Whistle blower gets suspended
  • Air Force Southern Command
  • Indotel fines Codetel
  • Guillermo Moreno on corruption
  • Robberies in AILA "secure areas"
Monday, 27 July 2009
  • Choosing the candidates for 2012
  • Turtles released
  • Two billion in four years
  • Natural gas and wind projects
  • Looking at the debt
  • Just too many deputies
  • Dominguez Brito has surgery
  • Lack of will to fight corruption
  • Half measures for corruption?
  • New age in collecting, old age in spending
  • New auto sales fall
  • Bi-national market closed
  • DR silver in Volleyball World
Friday, 24 July 2009
  • Weaknesses, not corruption?
  • Less judges at Chamber of Accounts
  • Lower prices for farm produce
  • Blackouts and ground transport monopoly
  • RD$10 billion less in Customs revenues
  • Trading with Haiti
  • USAID donates funds
  • Dominicans open-minded on religion
  • Another wildcat strike
  • Bani and Ocoa are trans-shipment points
  • Court rules against Leonel Almonte
  • MLB in DNA scandal brewing
  • The Graduate at Bellas Artes
  • Festival del Merengue Santo Domingo
Thursday, 23 July 2009
  • SD is environmental capital
  • Medina and First Lady tie in poll
  • Australian firm to process trailings
  • Survey reflects new vision
  • Airports to charge for perishables
  • Minister to audit CDEEE personnel
  • Exam cheats punished
  • Expo Cibao announcement
  • Strike in Bonao on hold
  • US soldier seeks 4 he saved
  • Search on for missing travelers
  • Rains cause havoc
  • DR junior volleyball wins big
  • Best of jazz at Casa de Teatro
Wednesday, 22 July 2009
  • DR ranked high for trade procedures
  • Referendum included in new Constitution
  • Central American DR-CAFTA violations
  • Red flags re Mayr Maldonado
  • Blackouts: It's a cash problem
  • Countries agree on protected areas
  • Gallup reveals more unhappiness
  • Killer cop goes to trial
  • Youth gets shot
  • Lion cubs born at the Zoo
  • Manny beats out 'the Mick'
  • Tropical wave crossing
Tuesday, 21 July 2009
  • LF orders lights turned on
  • Fernandez minimizes corruption
  • DPCA goes after PRA director
  • PC and FLASCO view corruption
  • The high cost of corruption
  • A drug-fighting plan, for what?
  • Passports need to be renewed
  • Preserving natural and cultural heritage
  • Poverty reaches 70%
  • Mega-projects lack urban norms
  • 80% favor abortion in case of rape
  • COE issues Green Alert
  • Toys for Guns get cheated
  • Bonao on strike for 72 hours
  • Festival del Merengue Santo Domingo
Monday, 20 July 2009
  • Fernandez returns
  • Stronger ties with Africa
  • Universities will be evaluated
  • DPCA inefficient?
  • Miguel Vargas: PRD president
  • 30 neighborhoods, no power
  • Many violent deaths in '09
  • Prisoner dies at DNCD
  • DR still a stop point for drugs
  • Guillermo Leon passes
  • Marcos Diaz dominates again
  • Haitises concert rallies youth
  • Gloria Gaynor: Hard Rock Cafe
Friday, 17 July 2009
  • Fernandez chosen as rapporteur
  • High school certificates released
  • Energy concerns grow
  • Blackouts raise cost of business
  • Two dead due to blackouts
  • Anti-corruption dispositions
  • Temp confiscation of Maconi assets?
  • "Retired" general speaks
  • A job-related assault to DGA officer
  • Child smugglers arrested
  • Mayr to lead Los Haitises evaluation
  • Concert for Los Haitises
  • Elio Enai is a champion
Thursday, 16 July 2009
  • Fernandez at Non-Alligned Summit
  • More legislators!
  • Economy shows signs of picking up
  • Countries affected by costlier visas
  • EUR9.2 million to Plan Sierra
  • Nationwide blackout hits all
  • Codetel confirms blackout
  • PRD groups face off over MVM
  • Former DGA official robbed
  • Watchman off with RD$2 million
  • The general's "retirement"
  • Mob lynches gang leader
  • Adriano Espaillat backs Ydanis Rodriguez
  • Amaprosan Fair 2009 in Santiago
  • Summer Jazz at Casa de Teatro
Wednesday, 15 July 2009
  • Fernandez meets Israeli PM
  • Palestinian agreement
  • Reform limits presidential power
  • Cold water = hard cash
  • Segura travels, DR gets blackouts
  • Codetel Internet blackout
  • Soco Bridge closed
  • EU donates money
  • Juan Tomas Taveras Rodriguez case
  • Linares seeks Martinez's post in NY
  • Albert is not enough
  • Pedro is a Philly
Tuesday, 14 July 2009
  • Leonel winds up Israeli visit
  • Fernandez meets UNESCO director
  • Billion-dollar bond issue
  • Oil imports plummet
  • Loan for Duarte Corridor
  • Action against corruption?
  • Difficult crime cases in limbo
  • Standardized bank checks
  • Health sends samples to CDC
  • Tourist visas will now cost US$70
  • World Bank: Remittances fall 7%
  • Ede-Este distributes blackouts
  • San Pedro says goodbye to Linda
  • DR to Davis Cup Group II finals
Monday, 13 July 2009
  • President Fernandez in Israel
  • Fernandez takes on Zelaya case
  • Chabad center in Santo Domingo
  • 27 de Febrero overpasses closed
  • PC on government secrecy
  • 34 groups protest impunity
  • Ede-Este cost US$207.2 million
  • Brain drain is a concern
  • Who killed Christopher Martinez?
  • Air show turns dangerous
  • Guloya lead dies
  • Testifying for US Supreme Court
  • Maconi extradited to US
  • Pujols is the marquee tonight
  • Acta's out in DC
  • Jackson tribute continues
Friday, 10 July 2009
  • Fernandez and Zelaya meet
  • Fernandez departs on 10-day trip
  • Fernandez the mediator
  • Hamadoun Toure in Santo Domingo
  • US donates equipment
  • UNDP takes on Los Haitises case
  • Blackouts "just seasonal"?
  • Segura defends rate hikes
  • Corruption "uncontrollable"
  • President meets the anti-corruption team
  • Companies will be investigated
  • EGE Haina fuel-oil loan to Cemex
  • JCE's Fernandez makes accusation
  • Dave Jauss Licey manager
  • DR team wins in Caribbean golf
  • Davis Cup tennis in San Francisco
Thursday, 09 July 2009
  • President off for 10 days
  • JCE extends "cedula" validity
  • CNS deals with other wage hikes
  • SCJ: phone tax is dead
  • DGII collections down
  • Limits placed on marlin and sailfish
  • SISALRIL proposes transplant coverage
  • Dominicans keen on their legal status
  • Used car sales down 60%
  • Colombian flew drug plane
  • Water bottlers still open
  • Luciano gets his plane back
  • Boca Chica sailing winners
  • The Graduate at Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 08 July 2009
  • Fernandez inaugurates natural gas plant
  • Hacienda issues bonds
  • Wage dispute will continue
  • Aura Fernandez: transparency
  • Police tackle cyber crime
  • Customs investigation deepens
  • Trade with South Korea up
  • Chinese killer was underage
  • Ramirez hits, gets ejected in debut
  • Cosmo Bikini Bash
  • Merengue Festival: 23-26 July
Tuesday, 07 July 2009
  • Fiscal revenues up
  • Cabinet met yesterday
  • Minimum wage approved today?
  • Duarte Corridor has 6 overpasses
  • Sustainable tourism in Puerto Plata
  • Castro is new ambassador to Ireland
  • Eliminate the Pruebas Nacionales
  • AILI airport shows huge overruns
  • US$3.5 per tarea rent in Los Haitises
  • Customs goes after Cemex and Itabo
  • IKEA electric conflict
  • RD$31 million in exit bonds
  • Fernandez orders Maconi extradited
  • Public Health closes 68 water bottlers
  • Dario Contreras measures violence
  • Green alert for 14 provinces
Monday, 06 July 2009
  • Chavez visit rescheduled
  • Government collections drop
  • CDEEE part 2 by Nuria
  • The case of the lucky girlfriend
  • Conflict of interest at CDEEE?
  • Suing INDRHI director
  • Payrolls and government transparency
  • How are the JCE funds being used?
  • The DR is happy
  • Navy says ship had asphalt
  • Not a time to raise taxes
  • MVM president, sort of
  • Pujols gets votes
  • Taekwondo well-ranked
  • DR loses to Brazil in volleyball
  • Rains are coming
Friday, 03 July 2009
  • President of Baleares on new tourism
  • DR not taking advantage of EPA
  • Regional film organizations to meet here
  • Pay raise at standstill
  • Finjus to government: "Do something"
  • DR at Caricom meeting
  • DR and UAE continue cooperation
  • School drug prevention programs
  • Bani is a free zone for drug traffickers
  • MLB DR prospects get big money
  • Manny's Back
  • Google Ocean in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 02 July 2009
  • Soon, pay interest on debt only
  • DR and US to fight crime together
  • A thousand got the answers
  • Moving on the Constitution
  • A tunnel to the UASD
  • DR AIDS stats
  • 2/3 of houses have no meters
  • DR withdraws Honduran ambassador
  • USCG to help find drug plane
  • Maconi cleared for extradition
  • Vermont + DR to care for songbird
  • DR defeats Brazil in volleyball
  • Music concert for Los Haitises
Wednesday, 01 July 2009
  • Fernandez in Panama
  • Education tax break
  • Central Bank cuts CD rates
  • The Constitutional Court debate
  • DR slips in governance
  • Government gets Ede Este
  • Segura downplays controversy
  • INDRHI payroll scandal
  • Exams were sold
  • Troubles at Robert Reid hospital
  • Evictions for farmers in Los Haitises
  • Dominican appointed prosecutor in US
  • First Dominican Mayor in Passaic
  • Drug plane falls
  • Ballet Gala
Tuesday, 30 June 2009
  • Leonel absent Bosch centennial
  • The nation remembers Bosch
  • In the mirror of Honduras
  • Constitutional Court
  • SEE files complaint on exam fraud
  • CDEEE, INDRHI scandals shake industry
  • Segura's private company clients
  • Electricity rates up again
  • Sediments shorten dams usefulness
  • Police return 522 stolen vehicles
  • Clarifying history
  • New school of DR musicals
  • Golden Debut for Felix Diaz
  • Optimist Sailing Championship
Monday, 29 June 2009
  • Fernandez goes to Nicaragua
  • Fernandez rejects Honduran coup
  • President Chavez in DR tomorrow?
  • Fuel prices drop after 8 weeks
  • Dominicans await energy costs
  • Blackouts hit small business hardest
  • Informal sector grows
  • Los Haitises debate at UNPHU
  • Guillermo Moreno calls for opposition
  • JCE rules on PRSC primary
  • Dominican archeologist and Cleopatra
  • Heat wave
  • DR sweeps in Volleyball PanAm
  • Hispaniola Lowenbrau marathon
  • Felix Diaz makes debut
Friday, 26 June 2009
  • 12% pay raise not enough
  • Remittances continue to decline
  • Mining Department is too liberal
  • UNEP just a "Dormicum"?
  • Monsignor: Governors can't be softies
  • Check out India
  • Manny in the Minors
  • A-rod's milestone
  • The King of Pop is dead
  • New honor for Julia Alvarez
  • Gastronomy benefit at the Hilton
Thursday, 25 June 2009
  • Refidomsa is a done deal
  • UN opinion on Los Haitises
  • US$48 million deal with Brazil
  • US$300 million for business
  • Government aid for mototaxis
  • Government revenues dropping
  • New car sales down 50%
  • Tricom invests in the Internet
  • ONAMET forecasts rains
  • DR volleyball to world events
  • 1,000 RBIs for David Ortiz
  • Tribute to Eric Clapton
Wednesday, 24 June 2009
  • Beaches to stay public
  • Borrowing from Brazil
  • 12% not acceptable says Labor
  • Gambling is big income generator
  • Cracking down on colmadones
  • INDRHI's latest corruption scandal
  • Emphysemic woman dies of AH1N1
  • Entrepreneurship is big here
  • Credit card arrears up
  • More rains and heat
  • Summer Jazz at Casa de Teatro
Tuesday, 23 June 2009
  • Deduct tuition from income tax
  • Municipality wants to enforce zoning
  • Pay hikes can't wait
  • Tourism up a tiny bit in May
  • Duarte Hwy re-opens
  • AmCham: Government should regulate
  • Finjus: Refidomsa tender by law
  • Debt climbs US$3 billion in 3 years
  • Lots of casinos
  • A 3.5 quake shakes Santiago
  • One missing, 11 homes collapse
  • Dutchman deported in big scam
  • Hairspray back at TN
Monday, 22 June 2009
  • New Panamanian President visits
  • Chambers to work for exports
  • Vultures!
  • Judge orders halt to cement plant
  • Buy local
  • Parties get their money
  • Jobs disputed in 2010 elections
  • Red light crossing
  • AH1N1 flu update
  • Recognition for Dr. Hector Jimenez
  • A judicial first
  • 10-year old drug supplier
  • Violent deaths up
  • DR wins Masters Judo Pan Am
  • Pujols continues to lead
Friday, 19 June 2009
  • Fernandez inaugurates aqueduct
  • Fernandez states the obvious
  • DR-Taiwan banks agreement
  • CONEP on Refinery deal
  • Refidomsa future looks positive
  • Violence continues in Navarrete
  • Abel Gonzalez passes away
  • Martinez does his part
  • Spanish Center activities
  • Music festival at Alliance Francaise
  • Stars in SD for Ballet Gala
Thursday, 18 June 2009
  • Bengoa explains Refidomsa sale
  • The dark side of PetroCaribe?
  • Subtracting from development
  • The DR's ten-year boom
  • Taxes and high costs hurt exports
  • SCJ and Taiwan sign agreement
  • Amnesty for illegals rejected
  • The Police reform that wasn't
  • Guillermo Moreno on the police
  • Crackdown on ectasy ingredients
  • Close these colmados
  • Yuderqui is innocent
  • More troubles for Sammy
Wednesday, 17 June 2009
  • ACC 2010 committee appointed
  • Commission to study Refidomsa sale
  • JCE will handle corruption case
  • Cooking with wood still common
  • Dominican health issues
  • Trade deficit with US persists
  • Dealers burn house
  • DR on trafficking watch list
  • Baseball news
  • Say it ain't So-Sa!
  • Pan Am Bowling Championship
  • New bowling facility
  • Extreme Air Freestyle Motocross
Tuesday, 16 June 2009
  • Senate extends company act
  • Less power for the President
  • Transparency in refinery deal
  • Heavy transport cost for families
  • Repairs on elevated section go slow
  • National Tests start today
  • AmCham favors IMF agreement
  • Consumer group sues Superintendence
  • Seven to be indicted by JCE
  • More rains forecast
  • Lightning kills farmer and burns 4
  • Landslide leaves hundreds homeless
  • Volleyball team qualifies
  • International Marathon
Monday, 15 June 2009
  • Hugo Chavez to visit
  • Selling 49% of refinery to Venezuela
  • Time to revise National Budget
  • Borrowing to balance budget
  • Austerity before borrowing
  • Amnesty solves nothing
  • Intelligence to stop child begging
  • Provinces still on alert
  • JCE-SOMO conflict resolved
  • Semantics and ministers
  • DR high C-section rate
  • GPS service for Santiago
  • Caribair cleared for flight
  • President's mom recovers
  • Child abuser deported
  • Couple dies in Damajagua Falls
Wednesday, 10 June 2009
  • DR1 breaks for Corpus Christi
  • Fernandez's mom unwell
  • Infant mortality still high
  • Consecutive re-election prohibited
  • Storm victims get homes
  • AH1N1 update
  • Car buyers feel crunch
  • Barrick makes purchase
  • Abud is sentenced
  • Aguayo continues to win
  • Manny opens up
  • International Theater Festival
Tuesday, 09 June 2009
  • City takes over 27 Feb Boulevard
  • COE warns of more rains
  • New landslides near Constanza
  • Workshop on port security
  • No controls at 600 LPG stations
  • Italy-DR deal on grapes and industry
  • New electricity subsidies
  • Haiti and DR unite against flu
  • Presidential helicopter fault
  • 'Safe Barrio' residents complain of crime
  • Mango Festival
  • Summer Jazz at Casa de Teatro
Monday, 08 June 2009
  • El Seibo gets promises
  • No more PRA
  • Bengoa is defiant
  • Free hand for spending?
  • Tax collections down
  • Officials defend cement factory
  • Impartial audit on cement factory
  • AH1N1 update
  • Vincho on young people and drugs
  • MVM new PRD president
  • Reasons for deportation
  • US Officials rescind request
  • US pedophile found in DR
  • Cleanup at Caleta Park
  • Diaz makes comeback
Friday, 05 June 2009
  • Strengthening ties with PR
  • Fernandez, the frequent flier
  • Valdez on the economy
  • 8 million phones in DR
  • Electricity hike 22% for middle class
  • GLP plant violated safety standards
  • Update on flu virus
  • Fake flu meds detected
  • Commercial bank loans for aqueduct
  • Mother denies selling baby
  • Government makes plea
  • Haitises and corporate responsibility
  • Sosa calls it quits, officially
  • Hairspray at the Teatro
Thursday, 04 June 2009
  • Fernandez promotes business in PR
  • Time to relaunch the economy
  • Economist sees year-end improvement
  • Close fiscal gap
  • Company law starts this month
  • DR in online judicial ranking
  • Reasons for Barrick Gold delays
  • New virus cases climb to 23
  • Supreme Court fires judge
  • Two explosions leave 7 burned
  • Baby rescued; sold for RD$5,000
  • OAS lifts sanctions on Cuba
  • 3.9 quake felt in Cibao
  • Eurocine at the Cinemateca
Wednesday, 03 June 2009
  • Precautionary Stand-by Arrangement?
  • Support for IMF agreement grows
  • Rejecting the electricity increase
  • Ede purchase 'changes roles'
  • New Migration rules
  • Legislators protect themselves
  • Two more flu cases
  • It's just a cold
  • Crime map released
  • JCE cancels IDs
  • Dominicans in the 2010 Census
  • Jimenez gets a street in NY
  • Big 'Grand' Papi?
  • A-rod back in the news
  • Italian Day at the Fortaleza
Tuesday, 02 June 2009
  • Corporation Law 478-08 postponed?
  • Executive extends bond regulations
  • Segura on the IMF about accord
  • Ede-Este purchase is a "great deal"
  • Social Security has RD$100 billion
  • New Superintendent of Stocks
  • Checking for the flu
  • Prevention should get priority
  • Santiago has 40 high risk zones
  • Riots caused by crowding
  • Supreme Court on contract killings
  • Fashion Week is on
Monday, 01 June 2009
  • Electricity tariff increases
  • Metro versus electricity
  • Government insists on cement plant
  • No more taxes
  • Where the new taxes will go
  • Conep asks for delay
  • Nine more AH1N1 cases
  • Book prize comes under fire
  • Florian cops freed
  • Deportees causing concern
  • Drug hauls
  • Baseball update
  • Hurricane season is here
  • Organic Coffee Festival in Polo
Friday, 29 May 2009
  • Fernandez: production over finance
  • More taxes on the way?
  • New AH1N1 lab
  • Road reopens to Constanza
  • Segura confirms Ede negotiations
  • Power generation lags behind
  • Trade with Taiwan up in 2008
  • The great business of credit cards
  • Cardinal makes claims
  • Women still lag
  • Abundance of fruit
  • Helicopter crashes
  • Stolen baby alert
  • Major industrial accident
  • Drug shipment stopped
  • Percussion Festival Catarey 2009
Thursday, 28 May 2009
  • Central Bank Quarterly Report
  • Montas favors IMF agreement
  • In support of corporate law
  • Ede Este sale imminent
  • AES denies sale plan
  • Assembly did not get much done
  • DR: third in Caribbean with flu
  • A(H1N1) preventive measures
  • Jimenez defends 99-year concession
  • A Haitian success story
  • Eight communities still cut off
  • Paya case to San Cristobal
  • Police nab Dutchman's killer
  • NY prosecutor murder planned
  • PRD split worsens
Wednesday, 27 May 2009
  • Agreement confirmed
  • AH1N1 cases reported
  • Foreign Ministry asks for explanation
  • Government to help flood victims
  • New rules on who is Dominican
  • New Customs director
  • Underground parking spots
  • Unibe signs agreement
  • Hubieres arrested, released
  • Florian cop gets three months
  • Warden had no clue
  • Pujols is favored
Tuesday, 26 May 2009
  • Fernandez on his Spanish trip
  • Capital for house construction
  • Salcedo claims Isabel Villas course
  • A(H1N1) flu but still no cases
  • H1N1 kills less than dengue
  • Highway to Constanza opens today
  • Money from garbage
  • Truckers reach provisional accord
  • Diplomat appointment revoked
  • Houses crumble in San Cristobal
  • Study says crime is down
  • Colombian pilot in custody
  • Alert levels fall
Monday, 25 May 2009
  • Fernandez to promote business in PR
  • IMF agreement inevitable
  • DR gets new area code
  • FENATRADO calls for boycott
  • Cardinal enters fray
  • Distortions in the transport system
  • The profits in the electricity sector
  • Accused gets embassy position
  • Second AH1N1 case reported
  • Higuey drug murders
  • Changes at Najayo
  • Rains slow, alerts still red
  • Where's Papi?
  • Latin America honored in Cooperstown
Friday, 22 May 2009
  • Fernandez in Seville and Cadiz
  • Haiti to Iberoamerican Summit?
  • Saladin meets with Obama
  • World Bank plays chess
  • Senate approves loans
  • Thermal spa project passes
  • SOMO/JCE reach deal
  • Another one bites the dust
  • Energy in the DR cheap
  • Money worship
  • British Airways to fly to PUJ
  • El Pais for El Caribe subscribers
  • Rains cause evacuations
  • Imports or local produce?
  • Asonahores backs Cabarete
  • International Art Fair
Thursday, 21 May 2009
  • Fernandez at the U of Salamanca
  • Public Health: flu tests negative
  • Mourning Miguel Cocco
  • Red Alert for six provinces
  • Increased rates to end blackouts?
  • The least efficient operation
  • Most Public Health doctors are poor
  • Transport impasse at border continues
  • US returns 76 more ex-cons
  • Entry of Reformistas stirs PRD
  • Judge rejects Moline parole
  • Juan Bosch Prize for social science
  • 25th Biennial of the Arts
Wednesday, 20 May 2009
  • Fernandez in Spain
  • Elections will be unified
  • Government collections drop
  • Miguel Cocco dies
  • Canadian Embassy office in PUJ
  • Discovery to promote Santo Domingo
  • Florian investigations continue
  • PRSC collapses
  • Eye Surgical Outreach in POP
  • Rains will continue
Tuesday, 19 May 2009
  • King of Spain bets on DR
  • Economic crisis will last 5 years
  • Party system is threatened
  • PRSC legislators join Miguel Vargas
  • No A(H1N1) in the east
  • Safe Internet for children
  • Metro feeder routes in limbo
  • Price wars benefit shoppers
  • Ode to a drug trafficker
  • The women in Florian's prison cell
  • Major drug trafficker caught
  • Rains to continue
  • Landslides threaten highway
  • Grupo Puntacana wins award
Monday, 18 May 2009
  • Fernandez in Spain
  • Salary details
  • DR / Brazil strengthen relations
  • Concerns grow over H1N1
  • Cement factory impasse
  • Real estate market bouncing back
  • Sanders on the Spanish Caribbean
  • Dental studies: clues to first settlers
  • Florian gunned down
  • Miss DR Ada Aimee de la Cruz
  • Super Sanchez returns
  • Gatorade 10k a success
Friday, 15 May 2009
  • Fernandez + Miguel Vargas deal
  • Reactions to the agreement
  • Revisory Assembly fails to meet again
  • Sirena Luperon's grand opening
  • Post Office announces Export-Easy
  • Valdez Albizu gets elected
  • Government stalls on energy payment
  • Business calls for change in CDEEE
  • Williams doesn't change
  • Remittances are stable
  • Business proposes 12% wage increase
  • Contreras gets deported
  • Dominican prepares for 'Bee'
  • Marichal Culture and Sports Center
Thursday, 14 May 2009
  • Fernandez + Miguel Vargas
  • Constitution rewrite moves forward
  • Highways and streets in tourist areas
  • Protocol discussion on flu
  • 38 minors rescued from shelter
  • Country needs 10,000 specialists
  • 45% population is overweight
  • Family insists Moline serve his sentence
  • Mob lynches thief in San Cristobal
  • Prisoner escapes DA headquarters
  • Made & Arias not on list
  • Rains will continue
  • Mother's Day sales
  • Brazilian Carnival
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
  • Government creates Pymes fund
  • Raise the bar to RD$6 million
  • Five transplants from one man
  • Haitian services for foreign debt?
  • Trucking conflict continues
  • Preval calls for support
  • Rejected freights decrease
  • Cocco's condition worsens
  • Henry Gill resignation, a major loss
  • Legislators take a break
  • Maconi's charges dropped
  • Be careful where you buy
  • Details on hit men
  • Dominican elected major in NJ
  • Horford's Hawks go home
  • 0.00 ERA for Frank Francisco
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
  • Tax-free construction materials
  • Segura asks AES for time
  • Loan to pay electricity debt
  • US$498 million shortfall
  • Minister wants more research
  • Subero Isa calls for independence
  • Legislators on "anti-DR campaign"
  • Rains caused two deaths
  • Banco Mercantil execs sentenced
  • PLD courts the last of the PRSC
  • Four accused of murder in NY
  • International Art Fair
  • CATS at Bellas Artes
Monday, 11 May 2009
  • Samana gets attention
  • New ambassadors
  • Prison progress highlighted
  • April inflation: 0.14%
  • Cell phone nation
  • Panitchpakdi on economic model
  • Energy generators want money
  • Miguel Cocco on the mend
  • Colombian cartels add concerns
  • Sports roundup
  • Star Trek #1
  • Guerra honored at Berklee
  • Miss Universe coming
Friday, 08 May 2009
  • Aqueducts and children's library
  • David Birnbaum flips DR apparel
  • Vin Diesel in the DR
  • Miguel Cocco is stable
  • Ede-Este gives a chance
  • New aviation security corps
  • PRA has corruption
  • Fenatrado confronted in Haiti
  • Herrera killer turns himself in
  • Shooting at Diamond Mall
  • Mannygate II
  • Rodriguez is back
  • Lorraine Galow stars in gymnastics
Thursday, 07 May 2009
  • Plaza Lama megastore
  • Government meets business leaders
  • Central Bank "overreacted"
  • Constitution revision update
  • Thousands march against Art 30
  • Public Health clears woman with fever
  • Minister: deficit is "an imbalance"
  • You can call your kids anything
  • Luciano Pichardo let go by JCE
  • Herrera incidents need caution
  • PUJ Foundation teaches "Green"
  • Around the world from the DR
  • Yellow alert for 5 provinces
Wednesday, 06 May 2009
  • Fernandez inaugurates projects
  • Tourism for Santo Domingo
  • Continued caution over flu
  • Payroll still the same
  • More articles approved
  • SEMMA has problems
  • Strike averted
  • Rewarding a snitch?
  • Quirino's wife can travel
  • Robbery at La Sirena
  • Beheading causes stir
  • A-rod on the way back
  • Pujols honored
  • Horford's Hawks not enough
  • Aguayo succeeding
Tuesday, 05 May 2009
  • Book Fair breaks records
  • Constitution review continues
  • Govt. gives priority to growing payroll
  • Corruption at INDRHI?
  • Energy does not halt blackouts
  • Possible general strikes in the air
  • Problems at JCE include how to pay SOMO
  • Education still lacks funds
  • Bakers will deliver bread after agreement
  • SCJ sets out rules for expropriation
  • Conep complains of less economic activity
  • Mexico bound tourists arrive
  • PROMIPYME could create jobs
  • Drunk driver to serve sentence
Friday, 01 May 2009
  • Celebrating workers
  • Fernandez admits corruption
  • Education for all
  • Parties pressed on abortion
  • Late registrations lack funds
  • Clinics and wards prepared
  • More preparations for swine flu
  • Virtual world?s largest prize to DR
  • Exports to the US fall 20.8%
  • Warning on roadside slum growth
  • Charges dropped re Quirino wife
  • Bisbal drops charges
  • Weightlifter tests positive
  • Horford will play
  • Pittsburgh inaugurates academy
Thursday, 30 April 2009
  • Megastore opens on Luperon
  • Fernandez honors Bocelli
  • Buy Dominican
  • DR ambassador to Mauritius
  • Swine flu has not reached DR
  • Public health advice
  • Doctors' strike enters third day
  • Credit "not enough for development"
  • Universal health care
  • 35,000 students sans birth certificates
  • FENATRANO announces stoppage
  • Privatized taxes in Cabarete?
  • A basketball story
Wednesday, 29 April 2009
  • Housing for hurricane victims
  • Concerns grow over flu
  • PUJ Airport checks for fever
  • Mexican tourists detoured here
  • Doctors proceed with strike
  • Return to Trujillo era?
  • Eliminating freedom of speech?
  • Developing customer service
  • Women's groups protest Art. 30
  • More Bani drugs
  • Details on Bani accident
  • CA lifts visa restrictions
  • Jail population up
  • Welcome to "Mannywood!"
  • Bocelli at Chavon
Tuesday, 28 April 2009
  • Funds for competitiveness
  • Government tackles flu threat
  • National vaccination campaign
  • RD$4 billion in works in the East
  • Doctors and nurses on strike again
  • Nationality on Constitution agenda
  • CDEEE salaries quadrupled
  • Spanish vessel finishes study
  • Another cocaine load at Paya?
  • Horrific crash on Bani Hwy
  • Book Fair
Monday, 27 April 2009
  • Fernandez calls for unity
  • Looking for swine flu
  • Another public hospital strike coming
  • Fire the electricity team
  • Many can't leave
  • Dominican invention intrigues
  • Trade with Cuba increases
  • Engineering dean for Columbia U
  • Arrests in deputy son's killing
  • Rains to continue
  • Bocelli & the long weekend
Friday, 24 April 2009
  • Power situation will improve
  • Lots of employees, no efficiency
  • More nepotism revealed
  • DR seeks reciprocity with Haiti
  • Green areas will be protected
  • Press protests proposed limitations
  • Abortion debate continues
  • Charges dropped re Paya suspect
  • Rabies victim dies
  • Remembering the Civil War
  • Aventura keeps winning
  • Baseball updates
  • Pavel Nunez concert in Madrid
Thursday, 23 April 2009
  • Economic growth forecast for DR
  • World Bank on business reforms
  • Doctors protest abortion ban
  • Conservative constitutional review
  • Authorities on Haiti flight suspension
  • More corruption in CDEEE?
  • Teachers' Social Security scandal
  • La Vega asks for help with Free Zones
  • Bonao marchers to Palace
  • New tsunami warning device
  • Another deportee flight
  • Deputy's son dies
  • US Navy doctors in town
  • Scholarships to Japan
  • Books for a show
Wednesday, 22 April 2009
  • Article 30 passed
  • Start sex ed earlier
  • Customs offers bakery
  • France offers loan
  • DR ranks high in Eco list
  • Mexican investment grows
  • Farmers throw beans
  • Another official fired
  • Paya case starts in May
  • Customs seizes truck, money
  • Dotel gets a Presidential hug
  • Pedro rumors resurface
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
  • Government discusses electricity
  • No consensus on abortion
  • Church hardens abortion stance
  • Government to hand over 160 apartments
  • Industrialist reveals financing not there
  • New car sales down 60%
  • Bonao residents on pilgrimage
  • Police nab four ATM crooks
  • US Embassy goes to Bavaro
  • Book fair launched
Monday, 20 April 2009
  • Positive reviews on Summit
  • Secretary Clinton visits Hispaniola
  • Funding for agriculture
  • OTTT director fired
  • Another corruption scandal
  • Computer consultant denies JCE charge
  • Abortion figures tell the real story
  • Blackouts could return
  • Fighting rabies
  • Agro-alimentaria bears fruit
  • Son of deputy shot
  • Wessin y Wessin dies
  • Cleopatra's lawyer
  • Book Fair opens today
  • New history book in the works
  • Sports roundup
Friday, 17 April 2009
  • Fernandez leaves today
  • Clinton arrives
  • PLD divided on abortion
  • Reducing the church's role
  • Limiting the role of women
  • Williams meets with commission
  • Drug report not enough
  • Doctors' strike continues
  • Travel fraud thwarted
  • Dominican finds mummies
  • Watch your name
  • NBA Dominicans shine
Thursday, 16 April 2009
  • Details of Hillary's visit
  • Haiti and DR to spend US$662m
  • Reform work goes slow
  • JCE discusses 2010 elections
  • Business says we're losing out
  • Encouraging words from Insulza
  • Two Canadians arrested in Cabarete
  • Paya case opens with 25 accused
  • Barrio Summits continue
  • Doctors' march ends in violence
  • Blackouts increase
Wednesday, 15 April 2009
  • God and politics
  • Senator Williams arrives
  • DAs get makeovers
  • Road deaths "twice regional average"
  • Health insurance still a concern
  • Food not cheaper
  • Remembering the fallen
  • Promoter sues singer
  • Baseball news
  • Burgos sentenced
Tuesday, 14 April 2009
  • Fernandez confirms attendance at summit
  • Hillary arrives on Thursday
  • Executive submits six loans for $285.6 million
  • Revisory Assembly meets today
  • Reforming the reform?
  • Pre-inspections boost agro exports
  • Doctors and nurses on three-day strike
  • Prices are always a surprise
  • Criticism for judge who discharged drug case
  • Easter deaths up 45%
  • Triumph over long odds
Monday, 13 April 2009
  • Vacationers return home
  • Easter deaths at 60
  • Church blasts abortion
  • Politicians back Church
  • March inflation increased 0.16%
  • Water service gradually restored
  • Entrepreneurship at UNIBE
  • Optimal connectivity for the East
  • Used clothing ban
  • Small business law held back
  • World Bank: Caribbean lags behind
  • Too much ecstasy
  • UASD reacts to injured student
  • Case against Army captain dropped
  • 'Greed' behind Miches deaths
  • Youth drinking a concern
  • First Lady is Bocelli fan
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
  • DR1 breaks for Easter
  • Peak domestic travel week
  • Easter exodus
  • Government news service
  • LF and press proposals
  • JCE says there is time for next elections
  • Emergencies to be paid
  • Election software sold
  • Attorney General lowers salaries
  • Wimpiness in justice
  • Guerrero on Williams' case
  • Chile and DR aviation agreement
  • CONEP complains of obstacles
  • Bengoa's aide forged checks
  • DR has most players in MLB
Monday, 06 April 2009
  • Preparing for Holy Week
  • Pope against corruption in DR
  • Phone numeric portability coming
  • Thermal spa in Canoa
  • No water for Holy Week
  • Looking for black gold
  • Poor neighborhoods discuss progress
  • Easy money is bad role model
  • Senator Williams speaks
  • Controversial baseball project
  • Wildcat strikes take a break
  • Vigilantes wanted justice
  • Protests affect tourism
  • Hard times hit immigrants
  • US Consular services in Bavaro
  • Sugar, the other story of baseball
Friday, 03 April 2009
  • President inaugurates houses
  • US$27.5 Million for POP
  • Details of new ballpark
  • Defillo urges ARS to compete
  • Pared rejects labor proposal
  • UIS Taiwan on software piracy
  • Ambassador in Ecuador leaves
  • US drug imports foster violence
  • Wildcat strikes to continue
  • Marzouka to be extradited to US
  • Arsonists arrested
  • Three masked shooters arrested
  • Bird-lover activities
  • Bolero in the Caribbean
  • Seafood & Fish Festival at Cane
  • Dance Gala
Thursday, 02 April 2009
  • Government announces repaving plan
  • AMET to begin Holy Week operation
  • Congressional leaders defend reform
  • Government has issues with Bonogas Cards
  • Market flooded with Metro wire?
  • Navy halts illegal trip to Puerto Rico
  • Six sentenced for drug flights
  • Lawyer accused of helping fugitive
  • Transport strike surprise
  • JCE software sold to El Salvador
  • Natural gas pipeline
  • Haitians study medicine in DR
  • Masters Concert on Saturday
Wednesday, 01 April 2009
  • Fernandez inaugurates roads and bridges
  • Quisqueya project imminent?
  • Central Bank lowers rates, again
  • Professionalism on a diet
  • Public Health starts TB campaign
  • Claim Law 70-09 violates Constitution
  • Hold on to those jobs!
  • Williams a no-show
  • Backlash against prosecutor
  • Bill Gates visits Casa de Campo
  • Man and Woman of the Year
  • EIU: Green management pays off
  • Bosch film: Fortunato's best
  • World Archery Cup
  • Rosario Flores returns
Tuesday, 31 March 2009
  • Santiago commemorates Battle of 30 March
  • DGII gives tax break
  • Government concern at social unrest
  • JCE software resold to other countries
  • Senate to probe Williams' charges
  • DR Navy rescues ship off Caicos
  • US hospital ship to dock in DR
  • Ambassador Espinal back to DR
  • Harassment of journalists?
  • Good may come from protest
  • Two more Puerto Ricans arrested
  • 172 calls by Quirino are mapped
  • Brazilian Cultural Center
Monday, 30 March 2009
  • Fernandez talks to the people
  • US$400 million from IDB
  • Customs collections down
  • An expensive reform
  • Lots of $$ for politicians
  • Senator Williams: harassing journalists?
  • Reasons for the protests
  • Big investments in Santo Domingo
  • Exchange rate increases steadily
  • Eight arrested for drugs in Santiago
  • PR's most wanted fugitive arrested
  • Interpol catches another one
  • Another one bites Paya dust
  • In the Navy, honesty does pay
  • Birds lose flight
  • Fergus wins at Cap Cana
Friday, 27 March 2009
  • Fernandez and many aqueducts
  • Public works pick up speed
  • Almeyda firing back
  • Work hour controls at hospitals
  • Councilors get raises
  • DR big loser in regional FTAs
  • Chevron signs deal
  • Fight for Cabrera beach
  • Drugs "biggest national threat"
  • Quirino family leaves
  • Patient on the run
  • Tejada gets light sentence
  • Aventura takes awards
  • Custo Barcelona at the Jaragua
  • World Archery Cup
  • Outstanding concert in Colonial City
Thursday, 26 March 2009
  • Time to change health system
  • Plan to attract Dominican capital abroad
  • Haydee Rainieri: Lots of work ahead
  • Trade deficit with Brazil
  • Free glaucoma tests
  • Haitians make up 24% of patients
  • Cigar tax kills Dominican factories
  • Groups call off Cibao protests
  • Quirino's family to leave for US
  • Hubieres: Government wants to nix Fenatrano
  • US deports 128 ex-convicts
  • Police report fewer murders
  • Olympians to compete here
Wednesday, 25 March 2009
  • Golf as a tool to attract investments
  • Constitutional reform on hold
  • JCE rejects PRSC proposal
  • Ubri gets another trial
  • Judge refuses jail time
  • Too many arrests for drugs
  • DR labor cost high
  • "NY greed" to kill Cabarete?
  • Pacheco gets recognition
Tuesday, 24 March 2009
  • Re-election in the Constitution
  • Don't eat lobster April to August
  • Jose Antonio Molina to Symphony
  • Indotel on trail of 'maco' cellphones
  • Urgent need for better hygiene
  • Bad landing closes AILA
  • Chamber Ethics Commission wants names
  • Chief stalls strike in the east
  • Onamet warns of possible flooding
  • Stand for cigar aficionados
Friday, 20 March 2009
  • Fernandez announces measures
  • Summit measures passed to Congress
  • Reporting on advisory services
  • Branding Santo Domingo
  • EU gives cash for development
  • CMD strike ends
  • Need to reinforce ID security
  • Drug trafficker talks
  • Take drug investigations nationwide
  • Drug surveillance plane lands at sea
  • Quirinito to jail
  • Higuey protest turns ugly
  • No jail for Tejada
  • Sports fans cheers Telecable
  • Paper Airplanes competition
  • Drama, Jazz, rock, boleros & orchids
Thursday, 19 March 2009
  • Fernandez: Growth with stability
  • What to expect from Trinidad Summit
  • Clientelism - the enemy of development
  • Private borrowing way down
  • Environment seeks to protect manatees
  • Water concerns
  • Army docs fill in for strikers
  • PC conditions second phase
  • Constitution reform starts Tuesday
  • Four proposals die in Congress
  • Council members revoke wage increase
  • Transport strike in the east
  • Drug dealers worked in public
  • Quirino's nephew arrested as he left jail
  • Paya weapon ballistics tests negative
  • Green alert issued by COE
Wednesday, 18 March 2009
  • Former Chilean president visits
  • Fernandez, Castro, Chavez & Obama
  • Leonel talks with Dilone
  • Summit budget
  • DR and Colombia naval agreement
  • NASA report highlights flooding
  • Eliminate the Pruebas Nacionales
  • Doctors on strike
  • Mocano pharmacists continue
  • Copper theft continues
  • Rates decline, but on new loans
  • Talk shows and lenient judges
  • Looking for Tejeda's killer
  • Who has drug money?
  • Carbo nation
  • Street merengue in Casandra Awards
Tuesday, 17 March 2009
  • Fernandez goes to Enriquillo
  • President criticizes salary increases
  • CB & banks: interests are down
  • Commercial banks yield increases
  • Advertorial in NY Times
  • Andeclip and HMOs can't agree
  • Price of eggs and poultry goes up
  • Decline in remittances forecast
  • Apartment buildings causing "chaos"
  • Police to help with triplets
  • New protests in Santiago barrios
  • Police 'solved 3,633 cases in 2009'
  • Parmalat decides not to pursue case
  • Miguel Dilone loses eye
  • Arlenis Sosa: cover of Time Style
Monday, 16 March 2009
  • Morales for progress on EPA
  • New projects for protected areas
  • SP continues closings
  • Doctors strike again
  • Time to reform the Labor Code
  • Navy man turns down big bribe
  • Too many lawyers
  • Promoting animal welfare
  • Drinking lots of beer
  • Puerto Plata suspect cops freed
  • Baseball watch
  • Sosa leads the Madness
  • National Drama Festival
Friday, 13 March 2009
  • Danny Rivera to Bahoruco Park
  • Fernandez opens center
  • 6,262,000 voters for 2010
  • Day strike at public hospitals
  • Starting sex life too soon
  • Pharmaceutical shutdowns continue
  • AMET cops become real cops
  • Law will be enforced
  • "You're mentally retarded!"
  • Take it back
  • Parmalat suspect surrenders
  • 7 locals die in POP bus crash
  • Police purge ranks
  • Mannygate Part V
  • Presidente regatta begins
  • Andrea Bocelli to Chavon
Thursday, 12 March 2009
  • Cultural Capital of the Americas
  • Montas sees a 3% growth in GDP
  • August deadline for transfer of vehicles
  • AMET is not testing for drinking
  • Authorities eye lands for Carlos Diaz victims
  • Doctors go on 24-hour strike
  • LF has 56% acceptance among poorest
  • Almeyda: PRD "looking for trouble"
  • Airports reject elimination of charge
  • US Consulate asks baseball to investigate
  • DNCD nabs man sentenced to 20 years
  • Bon Environmental Fair
  • WBC loss costs millions
  • Pedro criticizes MLB
Wednesday, 11 March 2009
  • Constitution reform in 15 days
  • Fernandez Mirabal: They are liars
  • Reviewing protected areas bill
  • Appropriation of national wealth
  • Beltre & Pimentel at the Palace
  • Senate rejects CMD bill
  • Doctors announce strike
  • Metro could get money
  • Dominican contradictions
  • Reverse remittances?
  • Dominican gang dealt blow
  • CESA removing 30
  • Drug driver arrives today
  • Sentence confirmed
  • He knew too much?
  • Former prosecutor gets bail
  • Dominicana shocked by Dutch
Tuesday, 10 March 2009
  • First Lady honored by Italy
  • Taiwanese Foreign Minister visits
  • New SCJ rules for boundaries
  • Temporary Entry of Assets
  • Deputies doubt park project passes
  • Change of contractor delays highway
  • Pay raises for city employees
  • Food prices up
  • Colonel arrested in Parmalat case
  • La Vega commanders arrested
  • Four killed in Cambita
  • AILA security caught with drugs
  • Lawrence Harrison on culture
  • DR vs Netherlands
  • DR bids to host WBC in 2013
  • Orchids exhibition
Monday, 09 March 2009
  • Big success for agro-fair
  • DR still not "feeling it"
  • Metro load below expectations
  • Thumbs down for mega-projects
  • Gas conversions need warranty
  • Too many generals
  • Angry sergeant removed
  • OTTT serves its director
  • No way to Park construction
  • 12 billion, not million
  • Free operations begin today
  • Dominican team rebounds
  • A-rod out for 6-9 weeks
  • DR goes undefeated in tennis
  • Felix Diaz turns pro
  • March shows
Friday, 06 March 2009
  • Cuba to work with ITLA
  • More money for Rehabilitation
  • Deputies sell out to Italians?
  • Sustainable planning for Cabarete
  • Foreign debt up US$1.82 billion in 2008
  • US, GB & Caribbean anti-drug exercise
  • Narco leads in Tejeda case
  • 21 for extradition in Quirino case
  • 10 years for Pedro Castillo
  • Vote for Casandra awards online
  • Go-Kart competition
  • Carlos Santana: Live Your Light
  • Carnival in Punta Cana
  • Sergio Vargas at Jet Set
  • Manny on his Dodgers contract
  • DR loses warm up to Cardinals
Thursday, 05 March 2009
  • DR and Cuba try for closer ties
  • Parade of Presidents to Cuba
  • Ministry bans hunting
  • Traffic restored to Constanza
  • Reservas interest rates at 15%-17%
  • Foreign debt up US$485 million
  • Monitoring competitiveness
  • Safety issues dampen tourism
  • Chamber of Deputies ups wages
  • Summit commission calls for compliance
  • Constitution reform rules for debate
  • Fernandez Capellan on labor rules
  • New EGE Haina corporate bonds
  • Bonao and POP cop cases in limbo
  • Cool weather
  • DR loses 2nd warm up game
Wednesday, 04 March 2009
  • Fernandez meets Castro
  • Montas foresees decrease
  • More IDB money
  • DR biometric passport deadline
  • UASD students struggle
  • Agricultural Fair
  • Viva brings EVDO technology
  • Stateless Haitians in DR
  • 10 years of relations with India
  • 24-hour stop in the East
  • Arrests in Parmalat case
  • Update on Manny
  • A-rod hurting
  • Dominicana looking strong
  • Davis Cup in Santo Domingo
  • Ben Heppner opens Festival
Tuesday, 03 March 2009
  • First Lady on people smuggling
  • Tax break for farmers
  • Aqueduct for Santo Domingo East
  • Military reshuffling and corruption
  • More changes to the military
  • Quirino's wife gets off
  • Evidence gathered in Paya case
  • SCJ rejects two extraditions
  • Legislators fight over RD$50,000
  • Interview with new Haiti PM
  • Haydee Rainieri: quality tourism
  • More flooding in SW?
  • COE issues alert for 9 provinces
  • Landslides affect road to Constanza
  • Airports back to normal
Monday, 02 March 2009
  • Fernandez leaves for Cuba
  • 27 Feb speech stats and promises
  • Financing expectations
  • Government proposals
  • Infrastructure for 2009:
  • Green light for new Constitution
  • First comments on the speech
  • Don't live beyond your means
  • The Economist's grim forecast
  • Montecristi getting roads
  • Haiti rejoins discussions
  • A-rod meets with MLB
  • Bowden resigns
  • Manny ball
  • Carnival a hit
Thursday, 26 February 2009
  • DR1 breaks for Independence Day
  • No cancellation, military parade is on
  • Seeking new business with India
  • JCE bids to reverse SOMO decision
  • Lake Enriquillo case under study
  • Loans still scarce for private sector
  • Government contradictions
  • Priority for the cruise ship port
  • AIDS affects more than 60,000
  • US on human rights violations
  • Income tax fraud case update
  • Parmalat suspect turns himself in
  • Plaza de Salud, Villa Mella robberies
  • Just questioning, no arrest
  • Carnival on Sunday
  • Showers for the long weekend
Wednesday, 25 February 2009
  • Fernandez to Cuba
  • President suspends military parade
  • Senate approves loan
  • Just ask
  • Cleaning up the Ozama
  • New ambassadors arrive
  • Illiteracy rate "shameful"
  • FBI investigation reaches DR
  • "Zero tolerance"
  • Corruption in POP
  • Drink up
  • Dominican to NYC Council
  • Nestor Montilla to DANR
  • Independence Cycling Tour
  • DR favorite to make semi-finals
  • Cats musical to go on stage here
Tuesday, 24 February 2009
  • Constitutional reform bill
  • Carlos Diaz residents to be moved
  • List on gun permits is out of date
  • EUR500 million Cofides Fund
  • Fast medical checkups at HOMS
  • Geologist on rising Enriquillo Lake
  • Customs will limit older vehicles
  • Tighter screening for cops
  • Police ask for new guns
  • Police search for Parmalat evidence
  • Drug consumption up in schools
  • Praise for DNCD cooperation
  • DNCD seize nearly 1,000 kilos
  • Civilians lynch two
  • A criminal state?
  • Independence Cycling Tour
Monday, 23 February 2009
  • Businesswoman to Valle Nuevo Park
  • Water still a concern
  • Taxes could stall TC
  • Housing market dives
  • Two much debt, too soon
  • Contradicting records on Parmalat case
  • Parmalat trio declare innocence
  • Security chief alert
  • Two honest cops
  • Looking for Parmalat thieves
  • Police clean up in Puerto Plata
  • NY Times on migration
  • The WBC roster is in
  • Rijo is on the defense
  • Carnival a hit
Friday, 20 February 2009
  • Fernandez's promise
  • Celebrating the flag
  • Strengthening education
  • Cuba offers scholarships
  • No confirmation of Pope's visit
  • Montoya new ambassador
  • End the cargo cartels
  • The new business structure
  • Regional drug fight
  • Parmalat robbery
  • Quake on Saona
  • Where's Smiley?
  • Cousin "it" identified
  • B-ball history
  • Carnival on Sunday
Thursday, 19 February 2009
  • Summit moves to Santiago
  • New alcohol distillery in Consuelo
  • Pope Benedict XVI coming in 2011
  • Congress will impose a solution on MD salaries
  • Best airport in Caribbean award
  • Pharmacies reopen in Moca
  • Lake reclaims its bed
  • US has deported 412 convicts so far
  • Spanish passports for descendants of exiled
  • Crisis in Spain affects foreign workers
  • People smuggling big in DR
  • Shell stations to both public and private
  • World Archery Cup
  • Grand Carnival Gala in Santiago
Wednesday, 18 February 2009
  • Two wind power parks
  • Making it easier to borrow
  • PLD discounts are "voluntary"
  • Raid on Moca "pharmacies"
  • Actions for sea conservation
  • Rising waters in Barahona
  • Car sales drop again
  • Exporting La Benedicta
  • Cleaning out POP
  • Guerrero's challenge
  • Preparing Maconi
  • Tejada still playing
  • A-rod comes clean, sort of
  • Independence Cycling Tour
Tuesday, 17 February 2009
  • Government spends on production
  • Cement prices must come down
  • Trade deficit with US increases
  • Anadegas rejects Shell purchase
  • CONEP against constitution articles
  • More houses fall in Carlos Diaz
  • PLD against terms extension
  • Jail stats
  • Supreme Court orders arrests of 3
  • 22 cops fired in Puerto Plata
  • Athletes of the Year
  • Bush Sr. vacations here
  • Eumir Deodato at La Fiesta
Monday, 16 February 2009
  • Samana road's makeover
  • January inflation down
  • CB optimistic
  • Evacuations continue
  • Andrew Cahn in Santo Domingo
  • Push for green students
  • New agreement with Shell?
  • Troubles at Bahia
  • Travel agents angered
  • DR not afraid to deport
  • Paya's odd triangle
  • Soldier gets remembered
  • Embassy helps child
  • Puerto Plata clean out
  • Carnival in full swing
  • World traveler stuck in DR
Friday, 13 February 2009
  • Fernandez in Tamboril
  • Roads cleared
  • We need trees
  • CB announced measures
  • Economic growth
  • Where are the numbers?
  • DGA collection drops
  • Crying onions
  • DR needs to react to WEF Report
  • USAID fund for sustainable tourism
  • Williams gets support
  • Juan Luis Guerra for Valentine's
  • Cyber love turns bloody
  • Offerman's ghosts
  • DR's chances drop at WBC
Thursday, 12 February 2009
  • New runway for Las Americas
  • Rainieri to Los Haitises National Park
  • Rains bring havoc to Cibao
  • Agriculture takes a blow
  • New ambassadors
  • Business asks for measures
  • CAASD announces cutbacks on water
  • Fortified foods are on the way
  • AmCham differences regarding reform
  • Court rules against JCE in SOMO case
  • Constitutional reform moves
  • PLD lifts suspension on Williams
  • PRSC deputy booed for suggestion
  • New Fashion Week
  • Miguel Tejada pleads guilty
Wednesday, 11 February 2009
  • Government pays with bonds
  • Tax collections on the rise
  • Wikipedia founder at Funglode
  • Environmentalists win case for dunes
  • No more money for education
  • Rains cause damage
  • Health burns meds
  • Waiting for the 20th
  • Company will remove ad
  • Good grades on the elections
  • Mazzarella to be deported
  • Salami high
  • The search continues
  • Looking for justice
  • Hammer hits Tejada
  • A-rod dodges one bullet
  • Moises Alou at WBC
Tuesday, 10 February 2009
  • Barrick to get started
  • 12,000 evacuated
  • Civil registry & migration conference
  • Law on vehicule transfers
  • UKTI's Andrew Cahn to visit
  • Cement imports to fight high price
  • Public Health closes just six
  • Banco Progreso follows suit
  • George Arzeno Brugal
  • A-Rod admits to steroids
  • Police capture of Mafia don
  • They didn't make it to Puerto Rico
  • Carolina Herrera fashion show
  • Santo Domingo Music Festival
Monday, 09 February 2009
  • Moving on the 2nd metro line
  • JCE to correct civil documents
  • Acting in favor of the turtles
  • Estrella to help manage peak
  • Ministry has been slow to act
  • Keep your #
  • The Economist forecasts 0.8% growth
  • New terminal for the ferry
  • Strengthening UK ties
  • Cemex feels losses
  • Youth feel it most
  • Another bird falls
  • IDAC suspends pilot
  • Rains cause deaths
  • Say it ain't so, A-rod
Friday, 06 February 2009
  • Fernandez receives reports
  • Who's to blame?
  • Energy's surplus
  • Bengoa defends pay raises
  • Findings reveal concerns
  • Free rides for all
  • La Nacional drops rates
  • Cigar tax to affect DR sales
  • Just ridiculous
  • George Arzeno Brugal RIP
  • Thierry and his horse
  • Fermin is out
  • DR down and out
  • It's freezing!
Thursday, 05 February 2009
  • Tourist Boulevard for north coast
  • Toll road lacks lighting
  • Santiago's parking meters annoy
  • Colonial City clean up
  • Loans for youth
  • Environment Ministry doubles salaries
  • Summit report due today
  • Major rejection of tax savings proposal
  • Propane scarce, ships are on the way
  • Banks announce lower interest rates
  • US revoked Lubrano's visa?
  • Illegals' return date unknown
  • Burgos accused of attempted murder
Wednesday, 04 February 2009
  • JCE collects data abroad
  • Public Health seizes drugs
  • One more extension
  • Government wants more imports
  • Watch what you wear
  • Moreno comments
  • Banks lower rates
  • Corning will close
  • Spanish unemployment effects
  • Police rescue two kidnap victims
  • Mannygate
  • Alex & Albert train for WBC
  • Caribbean Series
Tuesday, 03 February 2009
  • DR and US Co. go solar
  • Only what is possible this year
  • Reverse thinking
  • Leonel revokes tax increase
  • Construction materials prices decline
  • Nestle announces price cuts
  • ADOZONA urges labor code revision
  • Good tobacco harvest
  • Lister 'powerless' in face of corruption
  • Six conditions for going to Summit
  • Legal expert on Colombian judiciary
  • Fake vaccines cause deaths
  • Theft at the Country Club
  • FAA to investigate Caribair
  • Two cities announce carnivals
  • Athletes of the year
Monday, 02 February 2009
  • High quality debates at Summit
  • A look at the Summit
  • Protecting wetlands
  • DGII plays tricky
  • Customs leverage for lower prices
  • Metro news
  • Interest rates decline again
  • Taxes by decree, are they legal?
  • Who's telling the truth?
  • Novo Centro opens
  • Serie del Caribe 2009
  • Miss Spain 2009
  • Theater Festivals for 2009
  • Carnaval is here
Friday, 30 January 2009
  • Metro inaugurated
  • The metro stops
  • Deputies approves; Perez clarifies
  • Taxes for the medics
  • IDs for the poorest
  • Fernandez breaks silence on drugs
  • Where are the drugs?
  • Prosecuting power thieves
  • AMET defends action
  • DR Diplomat robbed
  • Vigilante victim dies
  • Power outages
  • Remittances will drop
  • Consumer sales down
  • Licey has problems
  • Super Bowl show
Thursday, 29 January 2009
  • Metro starts
  • New DR tourism campaign
  • Government commits to action
  • Halfway constitutional reform?
  • Iglesias identifies challenges
  • Mission accomplished
  • PRD summit participation in limbo
  • Government replies to Ede-Este
  • Private savings to government
  • Missing plane back at STI?
  • Pilot and plane owner arrested
  • 22 cops from Bonao on drug list
  • Supreme Court fires justices
  • His worst day
  • Man accused of 17 murders
Wednesday, 28 January 2009
  • Summit begins
  • Danilo comments
  • Summit vox populi
  • The other summit
  • Reform approved
  • Grimaldi to the Vatican
  • Regularizing migrants' status
  • Haitises farmers get till March
  • IDAC, Caribair & USOAP
  • Spanish Dominicans
  • ANADIVE says no
  • EdeEste accuses
  • 30,000 blind people
  • Prosecutors get Quirino assets
  • Chief cans Bonao cops
  • A sea of blue
Tuesday, 27 January 2009
  • LF calls for unity
  • Summit to last till 21 February
  • Metro rules released
  • No more potassium bromate in breads
  • SUVs rule vehicle sales
  • Betting preferred over LPG tax
  • Breakdowns at refinery stall dispatch
  • Caribair to appeal suspension
  • Dismissed STI inspector gives his side
  • ONAMET forecasts more rains
Friday, 23 January 2009
  • DR1 breaks for Duarte Day
  • Martinez promises progress
  • Reform will go ahead
  • Youth unemployment rate high
  • Educational concerns
  • Car sales drop
  • DR banks strong
  • UASD fires suspects of robbery
  • SD water wasters
  • Spain lends a hand
  • He was scared
  • The President doesn't have the list
  • Quirino family spared
  • Buyer for Lope Vega glass tower
  • Procigar Festival
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 22 January 2009
  • Four presidents arrive on Saturday
  • Cardinal calls for morality in reform
  • Ideas from FINJUS and evangelical leaders
  • Groups reject summit participation
  • Year starts with less money
  • Prices remain high despite lower oil prices
  • Government to pay debt with bonds
  • Rosario wants to limit cedulas
  • 30 Quirino friends and relations to leave DR
  • Banks clarify position on Aerodom
  • Model UN in the Dominican Republic
  • Ecological park on banks of Yaque
  • COE issues green alert for north west
  • Baseball roundup
Tuesday, 20 January 2009
  • DR1 breaks for Altagracia Day
  • Queen says schools assure DR's future
  • Deadline for summit proposals
  • An agenda for the summit
  • Appeal for straight talk
  • Colonial Zone to get makeover
  • RD$17 million a day on school breakfasts
  • Marranzini slams excess CDEEE spending
  • The JCE creates its own security force
  • Metro inauguration date announced
  • Scholarship payments delayed
  • Push for Higuey
  • COE issues green alert
  • DR in Second Life recognized
  • Obama inaugural in the DR
  • Gigantes win duel over Toros
  • Last 14 Final Series
Monday, 19 January 2009
  • Sans Souci officially inaugurated
  • Queen of Spain arrives
  • IMF supports DR
  • AILA gets positive ratings
  • Metro cards go on sale
  • Where's the proof?
  • Health getting better
  • DGII gets serious
  • Florian refused parole
  • Dominican appointed
  • More controls needed
  • Baseball update
Friday, 16 January 2009
  • Metro is coming
  • Segura to UAE
  • Senate moves on Constitution review
  • GW looks for connections
  • Cedula fraud high
  • Williams denies charges
  • Police Chief defends
  • Only rumors
  • College students pose concern
  • Deficit balloons
  • Potato pow wow
  • Paya saga continues
  • Quirino's wife not yet cleared
  • Drug plane?
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 15 January 2009
  • Groups want to forestall summit
  • The value of talking
  • New tolls to Samana
  • Legislators and scandals
  • PLD summons Senator Williams
  • Looking beyond traditional partners
  • Electric subsidies: bottomless pit
  • Economic crisis and politics
  • Holidays at the NYC Consulate
  • Cops nab lieutenant's killer
  • Salvador Paniagua to jail
  • Miss Pina Colada
  • Oscar de Leon at Jet Set
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 14 January 2009
  • Queen Sofia in DR
  • Summit: focus on institutions
  • Lack of trust in President's word
  • Promises for security equipment
  • Senator investigated in US?
  • Has the list already arrived?
  • Chief admits difficulties
  • I&C denies charges
  • Colonial Zone feels slump
  • E-Z pass is popular
  • Middle East conflict hits home
  • Theft at the UASD
  • Domestic violence a hot topic
  • Was it an execution?
  • Just weird
  • Baseball update
Tuesday, 13 January 2009
  • Commission invites three major parties
  • Quirino's family starts to leave
  • Colombia helps fight drug trafficking
  • IMF to approve monitoring letter
  • Cedula renewals extended
  • Free Zones summit hopes
  • Birth certificates to be issued at hospitals
  • Affordable food for the poor?
  • Samana whale song to be taped
  • Dominicans prepare for baseball classic
  • Tigres devour Aguilas
Monday, 12 January 2009
  • Constitution discussions
  • Colombian Minister on official visit
  • Green nation
  • DGII gives reminder
  • Private JCE?
  • We need your help
  • Time for more bicycles?
  • DR depends on foreign labor
  • 60-year old pipe burst
  • Student gets invitation
  • Life doesn't stop young woman
  • Upcoming shows
  • Baseball update
Friday, 09 January 2009
  • LF will not attend inauguration
  • DR financial system passes test
  • Short on income, long on spending
  • Bill to correct civil record errors
  • Within or outside of the SCJ?
  • Constitutional Chamber debates
  • Income tax exemption
  • New company formation law
  • RD$1.6 billion for Bellas Artes
  • More on the Quirino case
  • Grand Jury on extraditions
  • Helicopter and IDAC report
  • Police and military pruning
  • Licey buries the Aguilas
Thursday, 08 January 2009
  • Fernandez to Obama inaugural
  • FDI up for '09
  • Good year for DR stock exchange
  • Students still on break
  • Mission accomplished
  • Cineas not happy
  • More time to get gun permits
  • Insurance going up
  • Quirino plot thickens
  • Quirino gets off as a millionaire
  • Focus continues on IDAC
  • Officials seize assets
  • Guillermo Moreno comments
  • Three more deaths
  • Minaya appointed
  • Baseball updates
Wednesday, 07 January 2009
  • Back to school
  • Government on electricity sector
  • A new government summit
  • Chinatown debate rages
  • Who let missing pilot fly?
  • Who's on the Quirino list?
  • Strikes and controversy
  • Haitians leave Dajabon church
  • Homicides up
  • Dominican in US politics
  • Five Dominicans in Top 25
Tuesday, 06 January 2009
  • Year of Juan Bosch
  • Fernandez attends PR inaugural
  • Free rides on Metro over
  • Central Bank cuts interest rates
  • Inflation down
  • Metal exports up!
  • More taxes for government
  • Government jobs up 43%
  • Government to pay for crashes
  • Fernandez explains pardons
  • Death penalty?
  • Farms to become jails
  • Constitutionalists continue fight
  • UASD copycat found
  • Baseball update

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