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Wednesday, 29 December 2010
  • DR1 breaks for the New Year
  • Santo Domingo was the best!
  • LF decorates Mario Vargas Llosa
  • 42% of revenues came from loans
  • Education owes RD$70M to Pymes
  • Environment shuts down bottle recycler
  • Cholera now at 120
  • Flights resume
  • Plaza Central will pay RD$4.9 million
  • Look at the DNI chief in Santiago
  • Marinas cocaine connection dismantled
  • Four murder-for-hire gunned down
  • Onamet calls for a cold snap
  • Short dresses for this New Year
  • New Year at Cane
  • Baseball Roundup: Round Robin
Tuesday, 28 December 2010
  • 2011 Budget is law
  • Mourning Salvador Jorge Blanco (1982-86)
  • RD$1.25 billion for Xmas baskets
  • 4% for education sign
  • Conep and the challenges for 2011
  • Good year for Christmas shopping
  • Check before driving to the airport
  • The coldest weather in years
  • Opportunity to do things right
  • Baseball roundup
  • Marroon 5 tonight in Santo Domingo
Monday, 27 December 2010
  • Moving to wind energy
  • Defending Dominican rum
  • Nini Caffaro to direct National Theater
  • Chamber to vote on Constitutional Court
  • Promoting maritime tourism
  • President Salvador Jorge Blanco
  • Recovering bodies from shipwreck
  • More cell phones for Sobeida
  • Under investigation: 15 police agents
  • Better than last year, 46 fatalities
  • Monster storm cancels flights to DR
  • Baseball roundup
Wednesday, 22 December 2010
  • DR1 breaks for the holidays
  • Central Bank reports good growth
  • Economic prospects for 2011
  • 36,000 foreigners need to renew their cedulas
  • Minimalist democracy
  • Cholera update
  • Small businesses gave raises
  • Traditional telera bread is dearer
  • DHL expands service to the east
  • DNCD nabs big capo
  • Eddy Brito "interviewed" by DEA and FBI
  • No visits to Sobeida
  • At least 5 dead, 10 missing
  • Killers sent to preventive custody
  • Baseball roundup
Tuesday, 21 December 2010
  • President Fernandez would support referendum
  • Deputies pass 2011 Budget
  • Supreme Court or Constitutional Court?
  • Big companies have until February
  • Downtown Santiago wants parking meters back
  • Lobbying for street dogs
  • Triple murder in Bonao
  • Martha Heredia explains accident
  • Tribu del Sol at Hard Rock Cafe
  • Baseball roundup
Monday, 20 December 2010
  • President busy with Christmas boxes
  • Manufacturers and Leonel differ on 2011
  • Manufacturers refute Pared's statement
  • IMF clears funds for DR
  • Bernardo Vega's borrowing alert
  • DR less attractive for investments
  • Budget expected to get final vote today
  • Progress at CDEEE
  • You can read the WikiLeaks cables
  • Feedback on the cables
  • Cholera update
  • Figueroa Agosto wants Sobeida to shut up
  • Martha Heredia in tragic accident
  • Gilberto & Johnny
  • Long weekend in baseball
Friday, 17 December 2010
  • Deputies move on 2011 budget
  • Check those GLP scale readings
  • Meters were controlled by TV remotes
  • Migration Cafeteria closed
  • 200 Spanish errors in Constitution
  • DR could export more
  • Keep Santo Domingo free of disease
  • Haitians stay put
  • Correction
  • Barra Payan assailant killed
  • Blankets & sweaters
  • Count the birds
  • Malecon bash gets better
Thursday, 16 December 2010
  • Budget approval postponed for Friday
  • President Fernandez's offer on education
  • Fernandez proposal is more of the same
  • Bernardo Vega calls for austerity
  • Government textbook change
  • New Anthony's store
  • Minimum wage purchasing power low
  • Dominican Navy to work with Colombia
  • Radars and breathalyzers for Xmas
  • Gossip of the famous
  • Roncierto at Plaza Juan Baron
  • Baseball roundup
Wednesday, 15 December 2010
  • President Fernandez & the 4% call
  • Coalition for Education responds
  • Court decision derides validity of past laws
  • Dominican extremes
  • US$480 million for Haiti in 2011
  • Caricom calls for action for Haiti
  • Promoting business with India
  • 5.27% inflation through November
  • Engineer murdered
  • Difficult days for police sergeant
  • Baseball roundup
  • Night of art and tapas
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
  • Preval - Fernandez meeting postponed
  • Commission to Rebuild Haiti meets here today
  • Public Health puts Artibonite off limits
  • DR slips in electronic government
  • Deputies send Budget back to commission
  • AIRD calls decrease in VAT evasion 'fiction'
  • Chamber in Santiago speaks out
  • Bring back parking meters
  • Rising waters flood Jimani
  • Caucedo Port used by Latin narcotics ring
  • Supreme Court tries Angomas
  • More cops on the streets
  • World Congress of Martial Arts
Monday, 13 December 2010
  • Heads of DR and Haiti meet tomorrow
  • DR: atypical case of cholera
  • Massive show of support for 4%
  • Leonel's poll numbers drop
  • US$2.78 billion in electricity loans
  • Deputies to deal with budget bill
  • IMF too permissive with government
  • Census continues for now
  • Workers' funds used in private sector
  • New political partners
  • Colonel suspended in assault case
  • Baseball Roundup
  • Rains for today
  • Latin Dance Shows
Friday, 10 December 2010
  • Senators "changed budget bill"
  • Montas suggests pact on 4%
  • Alburquerque warns of Climate Change in DR
  • OPRET cuts and signs
  • Poll gives Danilo the lead
  • New AIRD leader launches challenge
  • DA pledges to pursue case of beaten sergeant
  • Haitian Election Council to review results
  • Drugs seized at Port Caucedo
  • Onamet forecasts showers
  • Working together to save lives
  • Punta Cana Christmas Concert
  • Baseball Update
Thursday, 09 December 2010
  • Senate asks Leonel to rescind the 11% hike
  • Dam funding halts budget legislation
  • Industrialists say Addendum is new taxes
  • Deputies distribute millions
  • Jarabacoa highway started
  • Doctor is cholera victim #23
  • Cholera in Elias Pina traced to water
  • Man travelling from DR to MIA had cholera
  • Pension funds hit RD$120 billion
  • Something new: Billboards in Creole
  • Police sergeant beaten; investigation ordered
  • Long Night at the Museums
  • Baseball Roundup
Wednesday, 08 December 2010
  • Preval and Fernandez to meet on cholera
  • Cholera in Haiti 'caused by UN soldiers'
  • Bengoa on 4%: "Absurd"
  • Senate to deal with budget today
  • DR economy grew by 7%
  • Census to cover some areas later
  • Migration raises fees
  • Political dealing in PRD
  • Dominican pardoned from deportation
  • Jarabacoa Arts & Environment Fair
  • Baseball Roundup
Tuesday, 07 December 2010
  • Yellow Monday was a success
  • New school texts cost US$5 million
  • Christmas bonus
  • Christmas cheer; bars open late
  • Airport thieves foiled
  • Experts differ on 11% rate increase
  • Oil nears US$90 a barrel
  • Constanza road to become a toll road
  • Cholera deaths in Haiti exceed 2,000
  • Cholera affects 20 in the DR
  • Greenpeace calls on DR to help in fight
  • Christmas at the Bowling Center
Monday, 06 December 2010
  • Electricity and crime: main challenges
  • IMF required electricity hike, says VP
  • Yellow Monday gets under way
  • Milk suppliers owed RD$794 million
  • Senate has lots of millionaires
  • Census goes ahead
  • PRD comes together
  • Paya murderers get 323 years
  • CESA/DNCD agents under arrest
  • Lynching should serve as lesson?
  • Tragedy in San Juan de la Maguana
  • Cold in Constanza
  • Wason Brazoban & Shire
  • Baseball Roundup
Friday, 03 December 2010
  • Fernandez travels to Argentina
  • RD$4.5 billion more for education
  • Census experiences
  • Haitian teenager found with cholera
  • Generate your own power
  • 50% electricity with natural gas
  • Plaza Central accused of electricity fraud
  • New intelligence and border control chiefs
  • JCE wages and wedding fees increased
  • City Councilors to make more than RD$250,000
  • Jorge Blanco still in coma
  • High-speed bandwidth to get better
  • Drug crackdown at AILA
  • Santo Domingo Festival
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 02 December 2010
  • President Fernandez travels to Argentina
  • Anti-corruption measure announced
  • Changes to the National Budget
  • Continuity at Chamber of Accounts
  • Population and Housing Census begins
  • US$30 million loan for electricity sector
  • Jorge Blanco seriously ill
  • Survey shows satisfaction is low with government
  • Chino & Nacho
  • Estrellas lead in baseball
Wednesday, 01 December 2010
  • Paredes defends new texts
  • Chamber presidents see a way to 4%
  • Census resumes today
  • Rice growers complain of CA competition
  • Dominican exports up 15%
  • Manuel Diez Cabral heads CONEP
  • Good news Christmas shoppers
  • The Grinch has come to town
  • Oil goes down
  • News from Haiti
  • Sergeant arrested in Jimani with stolen SUV
  • Regatta Viva for the Children
  • Baseball Roundup
Tuesday, 30 November 2010
  • President to address country on cholera
  • Fernandez cuts ribbon at Orange lab
  • New books still in the news
  • Young Dominican wins International Peace Prize
  • Shots fired on the frontier
  • New cases of cholera
  • The DR's main epidemic n road accidents
  • Bad news for us
  • Spiders invade Bahoruco
  • Folkloric dance from Colombia
  • Dominican Winter League Baseball
Monday, 29 November 2010
  • WikiLeaks.com has thousands on DR
  • Three new cases
  • Bureaucracy stalls projects
  • Ozama project goes forward
  • Schools get milk again
  • Integrated textbooks affect other areas
  • Counterfeit bills
  • Traditional lottery loses appeal
  • "Coffee, tea or cocaine?"
  • Kidnapped for a gun
  • Hurricane season was active but not destructive
  • Dance with El Torito
  • Weekend Baseball Roundup
Friday, 26 November 2010
  • Smoke inhalation killed fire victims
  • Fernandez and Mejia in private chat
  • No problems with tourists and cholera
  • Census takes up new schedule
  • ECLAC favors 4% for Education
  • New texts stir debate
  • Banco Popular rewards schools
  • Corripio Foundation awards prizes
  • Nation remembers Mirabal sisters
  • SD hosts First GLBT Film Festival
  • Baseball Roundup
Thursday, 25 November 2010
  • President's comment stirs debate
  • Army to strengthen 'cordon sanitaire'
  • Pay dispute forces census postponement
  • CONEP urges signing of Education Pact
  • UNESCO suggests a halt to San Souci
  • An attempt to operate tax-free
  • Nine killed in construction explosion
  • Police nab 4 in Barcelo murder
  • Mirabal Sisters - fifty years on
  • Baseball Roundup
Wednesday, 24 November 2010
  • Fernandez - "It's not about money"
  • A Five-Year Plan for the DR
  • Attali says country needs 4% for Education
  • Budget commission asks for RD$1.0 billion more for education
  • US$150 million loan from World Bank
  • Census starts today
  • Authorities watch four cases for cholera
  • PAHO forecasts 200,000 cases of cholera
  • Attorney General trains investigators
  • PC says poor have limited access to justice
  • Eddy Brito sent to maximum security
  • Ripples from Puerto Rico indictments
  • 3D performance
  • Baseball Roundup
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
  • "Bancas" suspend protest strike
  • Fourth cholera case confirmed
  • New twists in Agosto case
  • 2010 Census starts tomorrow
  • Charges dropped in BanCredito case
  • CDEEE blames deaths on historical laziness
  • Hipolito undergoes prostate surgery
  • ONAMET: Rains over much of the DR
  • El Principe del Verso in Santo Domingo
  • Baseball Roundup
Monday, 22 November 2010
  • DR confirms three cholera cases
  • Judge orders Sobeida to stand trial
  • PR Police nab 17 of Agosto's gang
  • Haitians confirm border payoffs
  • We warned you!
  • Eight Censuses in 90 years
  • ATMs are a hot item
  • A nation bids goodbye to an idol
  • Cancer has taken important figures in DR
  • Former President Jorge Blanco
  • Santiago saturated by malls
  • Fiesta Sunset Jazz
  • Weekend Baseball Roundup
Friday, 19 November 2010
  • Fernandez decorates Bachelet
  • Bengoa says 4% is impossible
  • Laboratory testing samples for cholera
  • Cell phones to be blocked in prisons
  • Third parties can register births
  • Builders say measure is wrong
  • Farewell to Freddy
  • Pimpinela at the Jaragua
  • Baseball Round up
Thursday, 18 November 2010
  • Funglode Film Festival
  • Former President of Chile visits
  • New measures to prevent cholera
  • Cholera in Miami
  • JCE drags a deficit
  • Ambassadors present credentials
  • Santiago Strategic Plan
  • Freddy Beras Goico passes away
  • Jean Marc Ruiz dies
  • Torture chamber?
  • New staff at Police anti-drug department
  • A country club in Jarabacoa
  • Roncierto for Christmas
  • Photo exhibition honors Mirabal sisters
  • Baseball round up
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
  • First cholera case confirmed
  • Travel to the DR
  • CDC on cholera
  • Third World traveler
  • President inaugurates housing in Azua
  • Ministry of Education calls in the UNDP
  • DGII tested by betting parlor owners
  • New "green" batteries
  • University students call for zero tax on Internet
  • Freddy Beras Goico in ICU
  • Crash on the Malecon
  • Former cops accused of murder attempt
  • Many injured in Barrick worker protest
  • Baseball Roundup
  • Neftali Feliz named AL Rookie of the Year
  • Sweets fair this weekend in Bani
  • Liza Minelli in concert
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
  • Film industry incentives enhanced
  • Government depends on borrowing
  • Fernandez government in arrears with generators
  • RD$3.8 billion in travel charges
  • Clamping down on betting shops
  • Amable's cousin to LMD
  • Used clothing and shoes banned
  • Market day chaos
  • DR to host Competitiveness Forum
  • Meeting with Danilo Medina
  • Eligio Jaquez joins Miguel Vargas
  • Mabel Feliz: New force needed to fight crime
  • More exports forecast for next year
  • Fearless diver killed by shark
  • Who planned the Jordi Veras murder attempt?
  • 1,093 femicides in 5 years
  • Operalia Contest Winners Gala
Monday, 15 November 2010
  • Leonel presides, chides PRD
  • New tax move
  • Suspected case was not cholera
  • Blackouts in Cibao increase
  • Ted Kheel, founder of Puntacana dies
  • Minors committing more crimes?
  • Haitians abandon children at hospitals
  • Breakthrough in Jordi Veras case
  • Flirtatious women
  • Dominicans at the Latin Grammys
  • Funglode Film Festival
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 12 November 2010
  • Aqueduct in Samana
  • Border market day
  • Better days ahead for Los Haitises
  • Inflation at 4.95%
  • History will judge government
  • No valid excuse
  • Trujillo foundation and book banned
  • Criminals infiltrate the Police
  • Three Latin Grammys for Juan Luis
  • Five Dominicans win Silver Slugger Awards
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 11 November 2010
  • IMF review
  • Education is priority, says who?
  • Demands for more funds for education
  • Feudal system
  • Tax collections up
  • Amable Aristy Castro now a senator
  • Museum to Trujillo
  • Do not drink cleren
  • Drug chief in San Francisco caught trafficking
  • Carela Castro defends his innocence
  • Think twice, before going to a motel
  • Chilly temperatures
  • Ballet Tres at Bellas Artes
  • Albert Pujols gets Gold Glove
  • Importing cheerleaders
  • Baseball roundup
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
  • Senators backing Leonel
  • DR owes Venezuela US$1.746 billion for oil
  • US$34.3m IDB program for farmers
  • PEPFAR to donate US$85 million
  • Luis "El Gallo" calls for end to exams
  • Sonia Pierre on status of children
  • Exports to Haiti exceed US$700m
  • Santiago has new Chamber
  • Power breakdown affected 1000s
  • Last ten days for renewing plates
  • Gang used fake documents
  • Save the Solenodon exhibition
  • Baseball Roundup
Tuesday, 09 November 2010
  • Fernandez addresses rise in crime
  • Those with two posts need to resign
  • The Dr. Defillo overpass
  • Pro Consumidor handles tourist complaints, too
  • The poor are not so poor
  • Bi-national border market to reopen
  • Tolls at the border
  • Remittances from abroad
  • Neighborhood effort in Naco
  • Drunken woman delays vacation for Brits
  • Carela Castro n big time extortionist?
  • Yanni in Concert
  • Baseball Roundup
Monday, 08 November 2010
  • A call for LF to check officials' wealth
  • Lots of double salaries
  • Eight fatalities in Haiti from Tomas
  • Totals from Tomas are high
  • CAASD has problems
  • Tempers calmed and frontier open
  • Fuel prices partially frozen
  • Police question 15 in Juan Dolio murder
  • Person taping couples collapses
  • Dominican jockey wins Breeders Cup
  • Rains make a mess of baseball
  • Latin American art at the Port of Santo Domingo
Friday, 05 November 2010
  • Red alert for border provinces
  • Tomas hits Haiti
  • Flights to Haiti cancelled
  • Mob insists on market day
  • Al Gore visits
  • Fernandez inaugurates Cartier store
  • Traffic lights to be repaired
  • EUR61 million support from EU
  • Doing Business scores
  • Naval Base demolished
  • Amable chooses his replacement
  • Pola Bavaro opening in early 2011
  • Freddy Beras flown to NY
  • David Ortiz to stay with Boston
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 04 November 2010
  • Yellow alert for Tomas
  • New ambassadors
  • Cafe de Valdesia
  • Import revenues up
  • Lots of cash as of 10 Dec
  • Central government debt up 2.3%
  • Hold the checks for compliance
  • IDB US$100 million loan
  • Paris & Duarte chaos gets attention
  • Taiwan contributes to technology
  • Ethics for Industry
  • DJ Tiesto from Holland
  • DR volleyball gets a win
  • Baseball Round Up
Wednesday, 03 November 2010
  • Presidency's 29 anti-corruption actions
  • Unions support use of funds for housing
  • PC rejects elimination of preferential voting
  • Marranzini will go to Congress
  • Minister calls for more vigilance
  • Cesfront questioned
  • Chamber of Accounts stalemate continues
  • Prosecution asks for 30 years in Paya case
  • Leonel shakes up Police
  • Dominicans Americans in US elections
  • A young star stops shining
  • Freddy Beras in Cedimat
  • Lots of rains expected
  • World Domino Championship
  • Architecture Biennial at MAM
  • Baseball Round Up
Tuesday, 02 November 2010
  • IMF: Take out fewer loans
  • European Investment Bank funding
  • $ for border sanitation projects
  • Trucks allowed into Haiti with supplies
  • Truck carrying illegal Haitians has accident
  • Haitians in La Altagracia
  • Lobbying for tourism bills
  • Panama visa clearance for Dominicans
  • Overpasses become dumps
  • Bachatero Bauer is a mule
  • High surf on the south
  • US$60 million for Al Horford
  • Gato Barbieri at the Jaragua
Monday, 01 November 2010
  • The "Lion" roams the streets
  • Four more years to get richer
  • Urgent need to lower cost of antiretrovirals
  • No more school milk
  • Just big rocks, no pyramids
  • Flea Market ties up traffic
  • Three problems between banks and clients
  • Barrick signs agreement with Cotui
  • Hoteliers and traders lose millions
  • Mob violence on suspended market day
  • Mass murderer caught
  • Stray bullet could have killed prosecutor
  • Inheritance could be behind murder
  • Tomas will bring rains
  • Sonia Silvestre Tribute to Luis Dias
  • Baseball Roundup
Friday, 29 October 2010
  • Better days for free zone companies
  • Fernandez is bluffing
  • Movies on the road
  • Last five Tucanos arrive
  • More budget cuts for government
  • More problems with school breakfast
  • Highway bandit killed
  • Uniting fashion in Latin America
  • Rains forecast for weekend
  • Master of the Cordillera
  • Women's World Volleyball Championships
  • Pedro plans to play with Licey
  • Escogido stops Toros
  • Chicago, the musical
Thursday, 28 October 2010
  • President Fernandez on the political trail
  • President Alvaro Colom visits
  • Fernandez defends Constitution
  • US$300,000 to improve state auditing
  • Banking statistics available
  • PC offers to help legislators
  • US$120M for competitiveness
  • Peso stable vs. dollar
  • Health controls
  • Focus on hygiene
  • Preventive measures extended east and north
  • Market days on hold
  • Toros continue to lead
  • Brazil music, winds concert?
Wednesday, 27 October 2010
  • Fernandez inaugurates FCCA Conference
  • Government gets US$249 million
  • Bengoa: No new items for ITBIS tax
  • Unazucar hails CEA contract with Vicini
  • DR keeps place among most corrupt
  • Border markets reopen
  • Chlorine to Haiti
  • 57,000 more illegal Haitians
  • School breakfast to Solidarity?
  • Growing support for re-election
  • Prosecutor killed by ricochet
  • Dominican Winter Baseball update
  • Barry Bonds coming for film festival
Tuesday, 26 October 2010
  • 56% still haven't renewed vehicle stickers
  • Avoid JF Kennedy & Maximo Gomez
  • DR joins francophone nations
  • Cholera tails off in Haiti
  • Cholera prevention
  • Border protests at market closure
  • No gains from free trade agreements
  • Chocolate as food and beauty
  • Two chain supermarkets in Punta Cana
  • Julio Lugo wins real estate fraud case
  • Bodyguard is suspect in prosecutor killing
  • Killed in a PLD caravan in Puerto Plata
  • 4 Dominicans in NBA
  • Shakira coming in 2011
Monday, 25 October 2010
  • IMF approves LOI
  • Inflation reaches 4.24%
  • Public Works: US$1.9 billion in works
  • DR and cholera
  • Mango juice from Haiti
  • Government suspects breakfast sabotage
  • Latin American manufacturing conference
  • Watch those "coins"
  • Salvador Demallistre to Asiex
  • Victims of Olga still waiting
  • Violence in Santo Domingo East
  • Free jazz concerts
  • Dominican wins Bowling World Cup
  • Juan Uribe sends Giants to World Series
  • Dominican Winter League starts
Friday, 22 October 2010
  • New high school in Caballona
  • ONE gets World Bank recognition
  • Investing in transmission lines
  • Isolated corruption, says who?
  • More school breakfast poisonings
  • Dollar worth more pesos
  • Infrastructure works for Santo Domingo
  • Free zones lobby for new bill
  • The hidden costs of mining
  • Esquea to organize primary
  • Brides in white vs. violence
  • The dark side of baseball scouting
  • Play Ball!
  • David Bisbal in town
Thursday, 21 October 2010
  • President Fernandez downplays corruption
  • Census to get a tender?
  • Chinese business mission
  • Public debt threat
  • Vega: Hold those loans
  • El Salvador protests DR tariffs
  • Crime overview
  • Ex-mayor to justice for corruption
  • Transport union violence
  • French mule caught at AILA
  • Dominicana Moda
  • Baseball starts tomorrow
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
  • Fernandez Mirabal warns Cemex
  • Law on school tuition doesn't work
  • Traffic accident coverage ends in 2010
  • Debt service is high
  • IMF reviews DR's Letter of Intent
  • Too many teenage pregnancies
  • Generating energy from waste?
  • JCE needs more money for 'cedulas'
  • Bankers like pension bill
  • Major drug seizure in Azua
  • Judge frees woman who cut husband
  • Ana Belen and Victor Manuel
Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • Central Bank debt analysis
  • Bernardo Vega on the worst kind of debt
  • Where's the austerity?
  • Census Week
  • Subero: Let's meet to discuss crime
  • Mule caught in Santiago with heroin
  • Child beggars
  • Wilton Guerrero: Remove the rotten apples
  • Paris Goico wins gold in archery Pan Am
  • Remodeled Quisqueya Ball Park
  • Fashion in the city
Monday, 18 October 2010
  • ONE and no-bid contracts
  • More megawatts in 2011
  • New waterfalls in Hato Mayor
  • Anti-corruption proposals to be unveiled
  • Santo Domingo FCCA conference
  • Jesuits held in Ft. Lauderdale
  • As usual, prisons overflowing
  • Deadly pesticides on sale to public
  • Murders in Higuey were revenge
  • Police dismantle drug lab
  • Police officer kills one, wounds another
  • Monsignor Nunez Collado
  • The Halloween Cave
Friday, 15 October 2010
  • President Fernandez in Elias Pina
  • Asiex bullish on investment
  • Chinese investors
  • Hugo Rafael Nunez to CNM
  • Transport hampers trade with Puerto Rico
  • Vincho proposes instituting referendum
  • Two witnesses murdered in Higuey
  • Mule arrested at Las Americas
  • Festival of Raptor Birds
  • Weekend of activities
Thursday, 14 October 2010
  • Congratulations to Chile
  • Fortuno's visit
  • IMF Letter of Intent
  • Santo Domingo Yacht Club
  • Eximbank to finance Autopista del Coral
  • France could finance second Metro line
  • El yipeton
  • Yipetas or classrooms?
  • Team to check pyramid site
  • DR 73rd of in Global Gender Gap Ranking
  • Educator in NY honored by Brugal
  • Juan Luis Guerra in Haiti
  • DR defeats Cuba in Pre-Worlds
  • Action tonight at the Plaza de Espana
Wednesday, 13 October 2010
  • Luis Fortuno & business mission
  • The Malecon gets due attention
  • Minister Bengoa on the Budget
  • IMF to review Stand-by
  • Monetary Board sits on credit card ruling
  • DR authorities defend trade stance
  • Inflation at 4.24%
  • Joy in Bonao as Falconbridge reopens
  • Jacques Attali's 7 priorities
  • Dominicans follow miners rescue
  • Mule recruiter group arrested
  • Violent protests shake Cibao
  • Someone won RD$202 million
  • DR vs Cuba in Baseball Cup
  • Youth Orchestra of the Americas visits
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
  • Luis Fortuno visiting with mission
  • Mayor & hotels talk Malecon
  • Senate studies budget
  • Falcondo operations to restart
  • Security works at Mirador del Sur Park
  • Electricity meters alert
  • Electric gates becoming more common
  • Caram urges curbing loan taking
  • Drug officers under suspicion at Punta Cana
  • The Sobeida-Agosto case
  • Popular DJ dies
  • New Dominican skateboard pro
  • Volleyball team on a roll
  • History of Chocolate in the DR
  • Johanna Padana
Monday, 11 October 2010
  • Pro-Consumidor stands firm
  • Credit card financing: up to 96%
  • Consensus for company law
  • Central America to sue DR
  • New fuel prices
  • Dominican pyramids?
  • Senate to begin hearings on legislation
  • The PLD extends period for leadership
  • PRD to decide in March
  • A gruesome toll in two months
  • Psychiatrist joins calls for changes in law
  • Stores join forces to fight crime
  • Police nab sugar thieves and stolen truck
  • Possibly 100s involved with Agosto
  • Rains forecast for Santo Domingo and Cibao
  • DR wins table tennis meet
Friday, 08 October 2010
  • Mario Vargas Llosa wins Nobel Prize
  • La Romana gets a Plaza Lama
  • Foreign debt: the most serious problem?
  • The foreign debt
  • Reduced machinery imports
  • No tenders in new Santiago city council
  • Press back in to Figueroa Agosto hearings
  • Economy Minister in Canada
  • Cancer medicine to be produced here
  • 40 injured in transport dispute
  • Bahamian deported
  • Three Good Comedies
Thursday, 07 October 2010
  • Leaving things for last minute
  • 75% of Dominicans w/o Internet access
  • Hoteliers answer back to mayor
  • Facelift for Calle El Conde
  • Weakened institutions
  • Senate chooses JCE judges
  • Free use of foreign loans
  • DNCD head released from hospital
  • Police corruption takedown in Puerto Rico
  • Police recovers cash after robbery
  • Dominicana Moda 2010
  • Architectural Route
Wednesday, 06 October 2010
  • Juan Luis in China
  • Borderline Failed State under Fernandez
  • Odebrecht has a big piece of the pie
  • "It's a good job if you can get it"
  • First Lady's math and reading contest
  • First Lady in trouble on Twitter
  • Muchachos con Don Bosco plea
  • 47 years of Rehabilitacion
  • ADN answers back on Malecon
  • CONEP calls for passage of Law 479-08
  • No export culture equals trade deficit
  • Children rob ITESA students
  • DNCD head recovers at Cedimat
  • ONAMET forecasts rains
  • 26 Dominicans in MLB playoffs
  • Great shows, but what prices!
Tuesday, 05 October 2010
  • Trucks only in right lane
  • More taxes?
  • Politicians' agenda, above the people
  • Amable's deadline: 16 November
  • Call for short-term renewal of Malecon
  • CEPM places bonds
  • Eliminate Police drug unit
  • Press banned from Sobeida + Figueroa case
  • Esperanza
Monday, 04 October 2010
  • President Fernandez in Chicago
  • 30 anti-corruption proposals
  • Amable and the LMD audit
  • Eximbank loan for the Police
  • DR and CAFTA shows big deficit
  • Aging stats
  • Pope not coming
  • Contractor chosen for US Embassy
  • Santiago drug head arrested
  • DNCD boss escapes death in crash
  • Baseball season
  • Do you want to be an actor?
Friday, 01 October 2010
  • President Fernandez at Dell
  • Fernandez in Texas
  • Duties and benefits of new Ede managers
  • Pro-Consumidor to fight banks
  • Diandino Pena on the Metro
  • 29% of births are to teenagers
  • Amable Aristy challenges CNM election
  • Supreme Court suspends judge
  • Drug points not diminished
  • Russian orphan returns to Russia
  • Dede and Alvaro Arvelo in ICU
  • Al Gore to deliver lecture
  • Sizhukong's in town
Thursday, 30 September 2010
  • Orange Lab & RIM in the DR
  • Dominican TiE chapter
  • The 2011 National Budget
  • Metro expects RD$2.4 billion
  • Money for education, still too little
  • RD$1.3 billion to transport businessmen
  • Felix Vasquez to Magistracy Council
  • The new US ambassador
  • Oil in Sanate to be analyzed
  • Update on the Paya case
  • Cuban smuggling operation dismantled
  • Frank Gambale Natural High
Wednesday, 29 September 2010
  • UCLA Chancellor honors Fernandez
  • Fernandez with Black Caucus
  • Fernandez honored at UC San Diego
  • Wages + interest payments = taxes
  • Santiago traffic circle to be removed
  • Santo Domingo to eliminate lakes
  • Marranzini asks deputies for US$30 million
  • Troops not going to Haiti
  • A new fraud case in the making?
  • Press call to fight crime
  • Dispute over release of drug dealers
  • Closing the case of the murdered doctor?
  • Amnesty International calls for investigation
  • Cardinal asks for forgiveness
  • The golden closer
  • Onamet says showers will continue
Tuesday, 28 September 2010
  • Fernandez in California
  • Dominican soldiers to Minustah
  • Chileans take over power distributors
  • The 3 Chilean Ede managers
  • Millions spent on Haitians
  • Booby bird population up
  • AA flight changes
  • Making an easy buck
  • Stowaways found in Buenos Aires
  • Reality talks
  • Jandy Feliz at Hard Rock
Monday, 27 September 2010
  • New paradigm to fight drugs
  • Oil?
  • Baby turtles in Guibia
  • Government corruption keeps DR back
  • Scrap metal companies complain
  • Wessin has another deal
  • Fuel prices frozen, except for diesel
  • American to cut flights from PR
  • Pilot misses runway at AILA
  • Two Dominican writers honored
  • Drug prosecutor suspended
  • Senior officers arrested in Santiago drug bust
  • Failure of Democratic Security
  • "Escaped" prisoner was taken out of country
  • Minors get 3-5 years for death of 7 taxi drivers
  • 50+ homeruns for Jose Bautista
Thursday, 23 September 2010
  • DR1 News breaks for Mercedes Day
  • William Paterson University exchange program
  • Fernandez: educational revolution
  • Excuses, more excuses
  • Politicians + business unite for $
  • Growing by spreading more poverty
  • Where the money goes
  • Ortega & 27 overpass opened
  • Senators criticize government officials
  • Unica and Unefa closed
  • Public school breakfast problems again
  • Lethal acid banned
  • "Four capital lies"
  • Figueroa without botox?
  • Children of gunned policemen get some $
  • Arts & crafts fair in Jarabacoa
Wednesday, 22 September 2010
  • DR lags on Millennium Goals
  • Leonel takes 14 trips in 12 months
  • Government twists IMF's arm
  • US to donate $5 million to DR
  • Land-use planning is essential
  • Radio hitmen
  • Deputies pass budget bill
  • OMSA wants FZ to pay fares
  • $$$ for the metro, but for traffic lights?
  • Interviews for JCE postings
  • Tourism in trouble in Puerto Plata
  • Beer and APAP bond issues
  • Beach cleaning day
Tuesday, 21 September 2010
  • RD$390 billion budget 2011
  • Covey lectures President Fernandez
  • Piantini to preside UNCTAD board
  • Roberto Salcedo and megaprojects
  • Corruption is behind fiscal deficit
  • Students win appeal vs Catholic University
  • Boca Chica assailant arrested
  • Sobeida's wish granted
  • Tax advisor sent to jail
  • 155-kilo cocaine shipment
  • Puerto Rican med student found
  • Venezuela deports Dominican
  • Felix Sanchez's good day in Japan
  • Stand-up comedy at Casa de Teatro
Monday, 20 September 2010
  • Fernandez leaves Tuesday for US tour
  • 18th Annual Dominican Week in the US
  • Rescuing a baby whale
  • OMSA fares up
  • Dominicans paying more taxes
  • Industrialists call for quality spending
  • Saturated with politics
  • Mounted police for Mirador del Sur
  • Nuria reports unusual sale of metals
  • Televised public hearings for JCE
  • The Dominican Mafia?
  • Justice Department can't handle caseload
  • SJC rejects PRD suit
  • Yuderquis Contreras to Olympics
  • Paloma San Basilio at the National Theater
Friday, 17 September 2010
  • Hipolito blamed for highway construction delay
  • Special care on 6 de Noviembre highway
  • Meet the UK
  • Conchos increase fares following OMSA lead
  • Pedernales Police contingent transferred
  • Robbery at Casa de Espana
  • Crime in Santiago
  • Pastor arrested for child rapes
  • Dominicans in the US primary election
  • Jenny Polanco again at Jumbo
  • Going for a slot in the London Olympics
  • 10,000 golfers in the DR
  • Drums and drums
  • Jonas brothers return
  • Workshop for stress-free living
  • El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
Thursday, 16 September 2010
  • Government emergency plan set
  • Promises for Pedernales
  • Protests in Sabana de la Mar
  • Miami consulate to issue Good Conduct Certificates
  • OMSA fares up RD$5
  • Non-regulated cannot steal power
  • Judge dismissed
  • Two arrested in Eduardo Estrella case
  • Messenger injured by mistake?
  • Priest accused of raping 30 children
  • Marcos Diaz completes his UN swim
  • Yanni from Greece to Altos de Chavon
Wednesday, 15 September 2010
  • Highway took eight years
  • Lots want to be on JCE
  • AMET to place speed bumps
  • Halting Metro 2 will hurt economy
  • A snarling session in the Chamber
  • World Bank rep raps rich
  • The causes of violence
  • In back alleys of Villa Consuelo
  • Deal closed with Pellerano Group
  • City sections to avoid if it is raining
  • Lake Enriquillo keeps growing
  • "Lawyer" extradited to US
  • Wrong body with tattoos
  • High surf for Igor
  • Contemporary Dance Festival
Tuesday, 14 September 2010
  • Major arrears in metro 2 construction
  • Reasons for increase in blackouts
  • Crime and prison talk
  • Flooding at the border
  • Fraud in propane gas sales
  • Eduardo Estrella assaulted at his home
  • Cousins beheaded
  • A frog visits Sobeida
  • Madeline: Figueroa Agosto didn't do it
  • Avoid Winston Churchill & Desiderio Arias
  • Pochy's great day
  • Spotlight on Dania Ramirez
  • Brahms at the National Theater
Monday, 13 September 2010
  • Debts drown Metro II
  • Marranzini gets proposals on social pact
  • Eduardo Estrella calls for revisions
  • Audit knocks Wessin in Bienes Nacionales
  • Government corruption holds DR back
  • An expensive service
  • Central Bank on inflation
  • Tuberculosis on the rise
  • CMD says firings were arbitrary
  • Leptospirosis kills 34 so far
  • Canadian caught with US$20,865
  • Three PN ambushed and killed
  • Kidnappers made a mistake
  • Igor is a Cat 4 hurricane
  • Vernacular language
  • Playboy playmates to Sans Souci
  • Russian Film Festival
Friday, 10 September 2010
  • US$500 million more in bonds
  • DR: 101st of 139 in Competitiveness Index
  • Will new managers fix the problems?
  • Disaster mitigation meeting
  • DGII RD$500 million fraud
  • Romanian arrested for credit card fraud
  • Samana power increase revoked
  • Jazz from a Caribbean perspective
Thursday, 09 September 2010
  • Cash for sports medal winners
  • Power distributor bosses changed
  • UN: Corruption at high levels in DR
  • Lack of transparency in government
  • Not enough office space for deputy ministers
  • Ivonne Chahin Saso, senator for El Seibo
  • Focus on things, not people
  • Trujillo Museum?
  • Injured workers recovering
  • Suggestions to reduce traffic chaos
  • Juan Luis Guerra and Prince Royce
  • Expo Cibao
Wednesday, 08 September 2010
  • IDB: DR economy going well
  • Going after betting shops
  • DGII suspects 35,000 cases of fraud
  • FAI disputes Customs' numbers
  • Talk about downsizing government
  • Minister says: Migration brings malaria
  • No outbreak of measles
  • Poor performance at EDES
  • Irregularities in "barrilito" funds
  • AMET arrogance censured by CD
  • Two injured in metro construction
  • Judge disqualified; halts trial
  • Rain forecast
  • Baseball Digest on Roberto's Kids
  • MLB issues ban on 83 DR players
  • Brahms at the National Theater
Tuesday, 07 September 2010
  • Liza Minnelli coming to Santo Domingo
  • Taiwan donates US$700,000 to Infotep
  • All eyes on Congress
  • Government signs on 58 companies
  • Roig calls for austerity
  • Steal big to get away with it
  • Keep the Barahona views
  • Marco de la Rosa to ASIEX
  • Minors take to drugs
  • Where's the copyright squad now?
  • Drug raid in Guacara Taina
  • Alex Rodriguez tops Babe Ruth
  • Primer Festivacho Cultural
Monday, 06 September 2010
  • INDOTEL and Education united on broadband
  • Cecanot providing great service
  • Medics resist controls
  • 24-hour circuits only for those who pay
  • Customs seeking more taxes
  • RD$644 million for fancy offices
  • 325 deputy ministers at 20 ministries
  • Curb corruption, don't tax production
  • 27 officers involved in drugs
  • DPCA is dormant
  • Higher costs hit companies
  • Fuel prices go up
  • Billions on exchange market
  • Quads born and quints baptized
  • Low-pressure wave brings rains
  • Making music out of nothing!
Friday, 03 September 2010
  • Moving on the IMF agreement
  • More borrowed money for Palomino Dam
  • Malecon to get a boost
  • AMET: a tax-collection department?
  • From here to maternity?
  • No way to prosecute the big fish in government
  • Milton Rivas Conception works in Customs
  • Taiwan First Lady Chow Mei-ching visits
  • Fire at MM office building
  • Dog catches drugs in Dominican pots
  • Police thwart gas station robbery
  • Calm, sunny weekend forecast
  • Photoimagen in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 02 September 2010
  • New cabinet nominations
  • Ney Arias Lora Trauma Hospital in action
  • Agreement to curb autoparts theft
  • Setting a bad precedent
  • Juan Luis music for Chilean miners
  • Rounding up the cents
  • Stock Exchange recovers
  • Accused Jarabacoa trafficker turns himself in
  • Calderon's son doesn't work in Customs
  • Marijuana planted in Santiago apartment
  • Groundation in Cabarete
Wednesday, 01 September 2010
  • Leonel adds US$88 million to highway cost
  • Foreign debt increases by 10%
  • New deputies' first day
  • The high cost of the senators
  • Prosecutor has son in Customs
  • Citizens call on Environment to release Barrick info
  • Safeguards against money laundering
  • Doctors get their pay raise
  • What kills Dominicans?
  • Truck trailer accident kills three
  • Earl leaves and Fiona on the way
  • DR ranked 11th in women's volleyball
  • Caribbean Art Triennial
Tuesday, 31 August 2010
  • Central Bank report on economy
  • Malfunctioning traffic lights
  • Measles and rubeola under control
  • 6,075 Haitian births at Dominican hospitals
  • Focus on "statelessness"
  • Eggs surplus
  • Organic farming still strong
  • Official notice on sale of the Listin
  • 27 Army & Police officers linked to drugs
  • Directing crime from La Victoria Jail
  • Earl brings strange weather
  • Can Manny do it again?
  • Fine Arts film festival extended
  • The best of Spanish photography
Monday, 30 August 2010
  • Oops, they made a mistake
  • Gasoline prices down
  • Four Haitian babies born every day
  • Good news for LPG consumers
  • Social Security grows by millions
  • Haitian remittances are in billions
  • Bakers say only a subsidy will help
  • La Romana gets modern diagnostics center
  • Vincho drops another bomb
  • Another major drug bust
  • Kidnapped Italian released
  • Daughter killed by father dies
  • Vigilante justice once again
  • Presidente Festival closes with a bang
  • Earl to bring intense rains
  • Symphony concert on Wednesday
Friday, 27 August 2010
  • DGA to get taxes for a year
  • Attali to advise Dominican government
  • To US: control drug consumption, please
  • Puig: Barrick needs to abide by the law
  • Italian kidnapped in Boca Chica
  • Unexplained release in DGA fraud
  • Sobeida: The big guys are left out
  • Drug trafficking perils
  • Marcos links Russia and Alaska
  • Julio marries Miranda
  • Festival Presidente
Thursday, 26 August 2010
  • David Perez Taveras to INDOTEL
  • New taxes on drinks and matches
  • IMF ordered tax
  • Mess in Santiago city finances
  • Israeli ambassador decorated
  • Puerto Rico governor coming in October
  • Puerto Rico + Haiti + DR manufacturing plants
  • McClintock highlights strengths
  • Barrick says it is not polluting Hatillo
  • Haitians fill public hospitals
  • Cloning center closed
  • 90-year old killed by "the devil"
  • Accused released in Customs case
  • New movie house opens with festival
Wednesday, 25 August 2010
  • President inaugurates industrial park
  • Government indexed gasoline tax 3.21%
  • Fernandez open to financing vehicles
  • Industrialists howl at new measure
  • Police ordered into the light
  • Price of bread goes up in some bakeries
  • Fear of the law hampers Good Samaritans
  • Credit and ATM card alerts
  • Complicity keeps beggars in business
  • Tropical wave hovers over the west
  • Caribbean Art at the Museum of Modern Art
Tuesday, 24 August 2010
  • A Senate of millionaires
  • Yesterday's blackout
  • Migration records only 78,000 Haitians
  • Carlos Sanchez hearing set
  • Child mortality up
  • Seaboard announces switch to natural gas
  • Fighting for visual arts house
  • Airplanes repossessed for debt
  • Figueroa Agosto "meaningless" in Puerto Rico
  • Rapist finally caught
  • Planting marijuana in a penthouse
  • Furniture sale
  • Bautista's 40th home run
  • Dominican wins 2 gold in Youth Games
  • Electric cars
Monday, 23 August 2010
  • 1,280 get 2010 international scholarships
  • IMF: "Very positive results"
  • Exports up 11.8%
  • CDEEE call center
  • More borrowing
  • 172 legislators get pensions
  • Some of the President's closest allies
  • Proposal for Haiti
  • Serious consequences of no border control
  • Motorcycles in 80% of road accidents
  • DNCD grabs drug traffickers
  • Gender violence cases up
  • Rental car for prisoner "escape"
  • Preparations for hurricane season
  • DR defeats Italy in volleyball Grand Prix
  • Eva Arias & Sarodj Bertin
Friday, 20 August 2010
  • UNDP praise for Fernandez
  • Honeymoon if there is no border
  • Hector Rodriguez removed from IAD
  • Two Nuria targets get sacked
  • Perks for deputies
  • No money, no PRD congress
  • Las Terrenas to get blackouts
  • Motorcycles kill 7 in 24 hours
  • Probe in St. Maarten
  • Remand for extortionist in Azabache case
  • "Escape" of a former corporal
  • DA gets 84,000 complaints in 2 years
  • Synergy behind first-rate medical care
  • Time Magazine on Figueroa
  • Figueroa Agosto's women: the movie?
  • Fiesta Sunset Jazz?
Thursday, 19 August 2010
  • Cedula renewal extended to 3 January
  • Only new format checks
  • Senators want RD$50,000 more
  • License plate sticker renewals
  • DGII overview
  • Luis Wilfredo Sifres to OISOE
  • Rodriguez Pimentel leads re-election push
  • UNIREHMOS shut down
  • The commands in the military
  • Prosecutors and Police switch
  • Drug trafficking accused freed on technicality
  • Wrong place, wrong time
  • Krispy Kreme
  • Hispaniola in Miss Universe
  • Frozen water
Wednesday, 18 August 2010
  • School year slow start
  • Leonel "is considering re-election"
  • Pared volte-face on salaries
  • New Police chief will promote respect
  • Major shortfall in tax revenue
  • Public Health fights mosquitoes in Bani
  • Call Centers Hurricane Hotline
  • Prosecutors get DNCD case
  • AMET says Ferrari was not racing
  • Onamet says rains to continue
  • Folk dancers from Guadeloupe
Tuesday, 17 August 2010
  • Hector Valdez confirmed at Central Bank
  • New Police chief & others
  • 4,036 elected officials
  • New cold storage at Punta Caucedo
  • Only a RD$47 billion deficit
  • Senators want RD$50,000 more
  • Capital priorities
  • Five kids weren't enough
  • Only a temporary transport solution
  • Fire in Herrera
  • Pollution in the Hatillo Dam
  • Buy for US$10.50, sell for US$1000
  • Speed racing splits Ferrari in two
  • RD$1 million for resisting a bribe
  • Military and Police fired for drug trafficking
  • The DR defeats China in volleyball
Friday, 13 August 2010
  • Monday is a holiday
  • New legislators
  • Fernandez signs Movie Bill
  • Nunez de Caceres overpass opens
  • CB denies plan to take pension money
  • IMF and government team work on Stand-by
  • Government tries to reach accord with CR
  • Advances on the East&West Cable
  • New cable to connect with Cuba
  • Come visit us, Mr President
  • High maternal mortality
  • Hundreds of jobs lost in fire
  • Transformer explodes and scares many
  • ONAMET: heat and showers
  • Tribute to Juan Luis Guerra
Thursday, 12 August 2010
  • Trauma Center opened
  • UN to help school breakfast program
  • Fernandez: 10 years in government
  • Government loses credibility
  • Diplomatic ties with Brunei
  • Inflation in July at 0.34%
  • Plan Piloto remodeled
  • Heart transplant
  • Improved weather service
  • Fire at Ferreteria Bellon in Santiago
  • Santiago explosion could have been prevented
  • AES generator
  • RD$1 million not enough
  • Sobeida hearing postponed until 27 August
  • Book on Figueroa Agosto
  • Alejandro Sanz at Altos de Chavon?
Wednesday, 11 August 2010
  • DR adopts US digital system
  • Seven treasures of Santo Domingo
  • Blue Mall: the newest in SD
  • LF consults SJC on accords
  • Valdez Albizu speaks out
  • Used car dealers get a break
  • Senate approves budget modifications
  • Wholesale pensions in Santiago
  • DR fifth in US migration in 2009
  • Huge LPG blast shakes Tamboril
  • The Figueroa Agosto trial
  • Casa de Campo kid future chef?
  • Book your tour of Gazcue
Tuesday, 10 August 2010
  • New offices for Tourism & Environment
  • Santo Domingo gets good grades
  • AMET closes cemetery short cut
  • Single gate entry to Presidential Palace
  • The electricity deficit
  • Defending the home of Visual Arts
  • Taiwanese First Lady to visit
  • Truckers protest fuel indexation
  • The most frequently stolen vehicles
  • Maritime security conference
  • Prisons director on escapes
  • Sammy Dauhajre sent back to jail
  • Police backs traffickers in Sabana Iglesia
  • Film Festival in Santo Domingo
  • Comedy at Bellas Artes
Monday, 09 August 2010
  • Computers for the best students
  • Lots of employees, but no desks
  • Reducing costs at the CDEEE
  • Dengue continues to take its toll
  • Violence does not combat insecurity
  • Judicial exchange with Russia
  • Why there is no US Ambassador in DR
  • Below US average on drinking and drugs
  • High-rise court case stagnated
  • Drug control roundup
  • Heatwave to continue
  • DR defeats Germany in Grand Prix
  • Garcia Lorca's Blood Wedding
Friday, 06 August 2010
  • Montas says CDEEE improving
  • PRD rejects plan to use pension money
  • How to save RD$39 billion
  • Three held in Botanical Gardens murder
  • DA wants coercive measures for two
  • Four now under investigation
  • HOMS Foundation does good work
  • Two popular musicians vie for Haiti
  • Old passports are out
  • Study shows undersea seismic dangers
  • Los Alcarrizos overpass closing for repairs
  • Reliving 16th Century splendor at the Alcazar
Wednesday, 04 August 2010
  • RD$107 billion in pension funds
  • IMF begins third review
  • Senate approves US$30 million loan
  • Refidomsa money due in October
  • Pared Perez, Abel Martinez to lead Congress
  • Car importers want respect for Law 147-00
  • Judicial first on identity theft
  • Paya defendant gets plea bargain
  • DA tries to stop Agosto video sales
  • Figueroa book & videos: circus
  • Judge sends general to prison
  • Police arrest 4 minors for shooting
  • Doctor murdered near Botanical Gardens
  • Only 2% make it to Major Leagues
  • Hip Hop Concert
Tuesday, 03 August 2010
  • Petrol and tax agreements
  • Discretionary application of Petrol Law
  • Refidomsa sale cleared by Congress
  • Deputies pass sale of Monte Plata land
  • 91% have ordered new checks
  • Weaknesses and strengths of exporters
  • Breast-feeding first, please
  • Violent general was in and out
  • Figueroa's porn videos
  • Press director book on Figueroa
  • Dangerous tales
  • How Ramirez Rendon got out
  • Cave art in Cotui
  • Ceramics exhibition
Monday, 02 August 2010
  • DR & Haiti working together
  • More money for Palomino Dam
  • More transparency and better use of funds
  • Bengoa Plan is anti-competitiveness
  • Asonahores opposes tax hike
  • Americas Security Conference
  • Monitor your credit cards for fraud
  • Truck driver rescued in Haiti
  • Why was he out?
  • Shooting at Tony Roma's
  • Renting a video on the wrong day
  • DNCD agents' abuses in Azua
  • 133 medals in Mayaguez games
Friday, 30 July 2010
  • Fernandez welcomes Santos
  • Govt to meet with business sector
  • Anadegas says LPG use will spike
  • Del Tiempo's ties with police chief
  • Is Sobeida just a smokescreen?
  • Sacred cows
  • Judge sends three to jail in Santiago
  • Truck driver's kidnappers want $100,000
  • Santo Domingo East garbage contract voided
  • Moreno creates Alianza Pais for 2012
  • Low-pressure trough and wave to bring rains
  • Gold in taekwondo
  • Platero y Yo
Thursday, 29 July 2010
  • Work begins on Monte Grande Dam
  • Government hopes for RD$5 billion
  • Cut government spending
  • Gestiones Rodajes' good deal
  • Back to school costs
  • Scotiabank celebrates its 90th birthday
  • Purging the DNCD
  • Suspect Atiemar accomplice out on bail
  • Gold in baseball
  • Swim Across The Continents
  • Presidente Latin Music Festival tickets
Wednesday, 28 July 2010
  • Education Ministry on new school year
  • Schwartz here lobbying to change rules?
  • Haitians "take over Santiago streets"
  • Fiscal legislation goes to Senate
  • Rejecting increases in taxes
  • US Consul Michael Schimmel decorated
  • President-elect Juan Manuel Santos to visit
  • Little hunters rescued
  • Major fraud involves PLD
  • 51 women killed by mates
  • Sobeida escaped in a speedboat
  • Solano and Calderon investigated
  • Rains today
  • Dominicans in Mayaguez
Tuesday, 27 July 2010
  • PUCMM has graduate studies building
  • Put politics aside
  • Bengoa's proposals
  • What's with the works at the UASD?
  • The metro
  • New commission for Colonial City
  • Haitian border markets and software bills
  • Body to supervise Supreme Court of Justice
  • CAF + BNDES + IDB loans
  • Indrhi US$140mn pipeline
  • Sugar exports up
  • To jail policeman in Ramos Morel case
  • The other side of Sobeida
  • Figueroa Agosto network still alive
  • DR has 97 medals in 2010 Games
  • Michel Camilo in Santiago
Monday, 26 July 2010
  • Fernandez: Create a Palestine state
  • More taxes or what?
  • Gasoline prices
  • Knights Apparel makes a difference
  • Police violence against student march
  • Nobody's listening
  • Diario Libre's play on words
  • Sobeida's lawyer
  • Worshipping Sobeida
  • The great Dominican babe
  • Weather update
  • DR wins gold in volleyball
  • Damian Erskine in Santo Domingo
Friday, 23 July 2010
  • Leonel in Cuba
  • Fernandez will mediate between neighbors
  • Senate passes Cinematography Bill
  • Haiti Mixed Commission meets today
  • Widespread rejection of fuel taxes
  • Competitiveness Law
  • Casinos operate outside the law
  • Death threats against chiefs
  • First person account of "the picture"
  • Young killers sent to adult court
  • Rains and more rains
  • Cleopatra talk
  • Three more gold in Mayaguez
  • Alex Rodriguez: 1 short of 600
  • Al Horford basketball camps
Thursday, 22 July 2010
  • President Fernandez travels to Cuba
  • Fuel prices expected to increase
  • IMF 30 June review delayed
  • CDEEE update
  • Cut your power bill
  • Senate moves on anti-corruption bill
  • Cacicazgo neighbors want to topple building
  • 11 DNCD agents fired
  • Sobeida enters DR jail
  • Figueroa protectors are sacred cows
  • Questions without answers
  • German murdered in Santo Domingo
  • Gold in men's bowling
  • Coming for Festival Presidente
Wednesday, 21 July 2010
  • Jose Leon calls for unity
  • Public Health on alert for dengue
  • Results of the National Tests
  • The revolving Constitution
  • Santiago loses its cultural identity
  • Plastic surgeon on "Figueroa Agosto"
  • DR asks ICE to return Sobeida
  • Boca Chica drug contingent fired
  • Heavy rains bring flooding
  • Red alerts for three provinces
  • Gold in bowling and judo
  • Memorable night of boleros
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
  • Who's borrowing?
  • Interim director at DGII
  • UN disaster risk assessment
  • Puerto Rican police chief travels to DR
  • How they found Figueroa
  • Sobeida's deportation authorized
  • Boca Chica child molester tried in Florida
  • Dominicans lead in green cards
  • Rains to continue
  • Make a natural mosquito trap
  • Dominicans win in Cannes Advertising Festival
  • Time Magazine on MLB academies
  • Yudelkis wins 3 gold for DR
  • Brazilian music at the National Theater
Monday, 19 July 2010
  • Dengue campaign
  • Brazil boosts trade with DR
  • Hispanic mayors meeting
  • Another electricity tariff hike?
  • Spending on wages
  • Why Luis Vuitton opened in DR
  • Figueroa Agosto arrested in Puerto Rico
  • Weakening Caribbean drug corridor
  • Who are the accomplices in government?
  • Fenatrano case arrests
  • Central American and Caribbean Games
  • The Ladies Room drama
Friday, 16 July 2010
  • President Fernandez is back
  • Presidential hopefuls on re-election
  • Anti-dengue campaign starts today
  • Nation's oldest trauma center is 50
  • Specialist warns Celso on deficit
  • Modern radar to fight drug trafficking
  • Tax or no new taxes?
  • FAO launches "Eat Right" campaign
  • DR Cohibas win in Manhattan court
  • Sectors call for ousting of PN chief
  • DNCD goes civilian
  • Police want to wash their hands
  • Rains forecast
  • Comedy at Sala Ravelo
Thursday, 15 July 2010
  • Fernandez to run in 2012?
  • President Fernandez returns today
  • Mom's here!
  • City holes finished by Xmas
  • Apartments for government officials?
  • PRSC senator-elect in no rush
  • Cuts to business, not public spending
  • Renting passports and IDs
  • Hubieres washes his hands of murder
  • Youth protest police killings
  • Police death toll
  • All drug agents changed in Samana
  • Santiago Latin Music Concert
Wednesday, 14 July 2010
  • LF and Hillary speak out on drugs
  • US Eximbank to help modernize PN
  • IDB praises DR growth
  • Congress faces deadline on laws
  • Minister says public schools are free
  • MIC approves 5 free zones
  • More and deadlier dengue
  • Miguel Vargas trapped by the lion
  • French expats in the DR
  • French investment exceeds EUR2 billion
  • Middle East conference in Cap Cana
  • US Consulates ups fees
  • Banks highly profitable
  • There will be rains
  • Juan Luis Guerra at Presidente Festival
Tuesday, 13 July 2010
  • Fernandez meets Obama
  • Good working relationship and friendship
  • President Leonel Fernandez at GWU
  • National literature & music awards
  • Mega-wages were paid at CDEEE
  • DR gets silver in Centrobasket
  • Ubaldo: starter pitcher in All Star Game
  • Ortiz shows his stuff
  • Santiago Latin Music Concert
Monday, 12 July 2010
  • President Fernandez in Washington, D.C.
  • Colombia & DR anti-drug agreement
  • Louis Vuitton store opens
  • Higuey bus strike
  • New drug control agency needed
  • Silence still in Angel Christopher case
  • Army colonel arrested
  • DR in Centrobasket finals
  • Al Gore to speak in the DR
  • Rosario & Philarmonic Orchestra
Friday, 09 July 2010
  • French academics praise Fernandez
  • OECD to modify DR economic model
  • Tourism shows steady growth
  • IDB says poor management to blame
  • US seeks Tono Lena extradition
  • Unrepentant youth
  • Villa Magisterial woman sent to jail
  • The other side of Barrio Seguro
  • Movement grows
  • Ubaldo keeps writing history
  • World Dance Gala
Thursday, 08 July 2010
  • President Fernandez in Hamburg
  • President travels to France
  • Progress on the 2nd metro line
  • Scholarships at INCAE
  • OAS recommendations on elections
  • Case against beach privatization
  • A safe country?
  • Guzman denies ties to drug trafficking
  • Guzman Fermin denies order to kill
  • Photo challenges Police version
  • Good weather for the weekend
  • Soriano to the MLB All-Star Game
  • Centrobasket suspended
  • My Other Half - the Musical
Wednesday, 07 July 2010
  • Fernandez meets Mayor of Berlin
  • Deutsche Bank likes DR
  • More loans approved
  • The next President
  • Banks deny; traders complain
  • Encouraging technical careers
  • OMSA could disappear
  • Navy welcomes back three ships
  • Moreno tries again
  • ANADIVE asks for dealers' identities
  • Government asks police not to shoot
  • Police nab gang that robbed travelers
  • INTERPOL arrests German in Sosua
  • Four dead in shootings in LV and Santiago
  • Rains to come says Onamet
  • DR wins 2nd game in Centrobasket
Tuesday, 06 July 2010
  • Fernandez in Germany
  • Fernandez meets Westerwelle
  • Winners of May elections
  • El Seibo senator-elect dies
  • Public sector grows
  • Death penalty?
  • Santo Domingo perceived as unsafe
  • Adocco sends Sued to justice
  • Follow-up to Nuria's newest case
  • Quintuplets are one month old
  • DR wins game one in Centrobasket
  • Tropical wave to bring rains
  • Merengue dancing on the Malecon
Monday, 05 July 2010
  • President has lunch with the press
  • Leonel's bluff?
  • Fernandez on his European trip
  • CDEEE buys wind power
  • Schoolchildren birth certificates online
  • Dengue cases up
  • The government's deficit
  • 70% uses public transport
  • Another case of Police abuse
  • Smester's list
  • Money smuggler arrested
  • 13 Dominicans in All-Star Game
  • Centrobasket championship
Friday, 02 July 2010
  • Fernandez to meet Wulff, Merkel & Obama
  • Vice Presidents in Santo Domingo
  • Marranzini takes over EDES
  • Power rates to hold in July
  • Almeyda wants to limit sale of alcohol
  • President Ma of Taiwan on the DR
  • Upholding freedom of the press
  • RD$115 billion debt ceiling
  • The foreign and domestic debt
  • 68-year old to begin career in law
  • Espejitos por Oro
  • Vargas wants PRD president to be nominee
  • Fanjuls buy Domino sugar producer
  • Judge issues contempt charges
  • Onamet: rains continue
  • Outdoor Adventure Fair
Thursday, 01 July 2010
  • No cuts for Education budget
  • No to Santiago parking meters
  • New CDEEE customer service unit
  • Power cuts announced
  • New Dominican: Carlos Sanchez
  • Police most corrupt in government
  • In violation of the procurement law
  • Danilo Medina seeks PLD nomination
  • Need to become an exporter nation
  • Exports to the Commonwealth
  • Self service gas station
  • News from Puerto Rico on Figueroa
  • Who are Figueroa's backers in DR?
  • Hot summer days return
  • Dominican is elected Miss Italy
  • Antony Santos bachata
Wednesday, 30 June 2010
  • Constanza gets first class highway
  • South Korea to finance coal generator
  • Senate OKs another big loan
  • Senate approves Refidomsa sale
  • ANJE criticizes budget cuts
  • Education Minister on "the electric mess"
  • DR aid to Haiti recognized
  • Many unhappy with economy
  • The PLD presidential nominee?
  • The presidential pre-candidates
  • Haitian population after the quake
  • Environmentalists cry "foul"
  • Tucanos scare off a drug drop
  • Local complicity in Tono Lena case
  • Moenia at the Hotel Jaragua
Tuesday, 29 June 2010
  • Budget cuts for electricity subsidy
  • Restart for Binational Commission
  • President Fernandez to Germany
  • Governor of Puerto Rico to visit
  • Inflation, crime and blackouts
  • Sonya Uribe washes her hands
  • The mango judge
  • Victor Masalles promoted to Bishop
  • Dominican is US Agriculture legal counsel
  • West-Eastern Divan at National Theater
  • Chef Mike Mercedes dies
  • Corey Allen in Jazz Festival
Monday, 28 June 2010
  • New Ministry of Labor website
  • Central Bank survey figures disputed
  • Do you have an old bank account?
  • More time for company reform
  • Entrance roof to hospital collapses
  • Supreme Court okays park land buy
  • Canada wants to sign a FTA
  • A deadly swim
  • Police murder 23-year old law student
  • Lowenbrau marathon
  • DR wins Volleyball Pan Am
  • Theater performances
Friday, 25 June 2010
  • Electricity sector, IDB and WB talk
  • UERS is bankrupt
  • RD$77bn deficit
  • Free Internet for students
  • Chiqui Vicioso to Haiti cultural committee
  • Health prevention work intensifies
  • Severe weather warnings for DR
  • Disputes Chamber axes most appeals
  • Propane truck explodes in Esperanza
  • Mary Pelaez on hit list
  • Teamwork against Figueroa Agosto
  • Alleged hitman pleads guilty
  • Tono Lena's extradition
  • Medina Abud on his own?
  • DR to volleyball semifinals
  • Dom Sagolla in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 24 June 2010
  • Teaching aids: plasma TVs
  • Who pays taxes?
  • Rains for the dams
  • PC on Pedernales vote
  • Why the fuss over the Pedernales senator
  • The blacklist
  • No military or police involved
  • Inmate left alone in court
  • DR defeats Canada in volleyball
  • Why Cigala did not return
  • International Art Fair
Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  • New pediatric ERs opened
  • Journalists want to hear from President Fernandez
  • Albizu: 130,000 jobs created
  • Fake eco certificates in Las Terrenas
  • Senate to confirm Refidomsa sale
  • Haitian beggars to Haina home
  • PLD unable to decide Congress leaders
  • Disputes Chamber decides 14 cases
  • Six more Super Tucanos
  • DNCD seizes 100kgs of cocaine
  • Jordi Veras returns home
  • Judge sends five to custody
  • Large snake makes news
  • Red Alert for San Juan
  • West Side Story, the musical
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
  • Scholarships for Caribbean nationals
  • Electricity update
  • First Lady promotes FAO program
  • UN contradictions
  • The abandoned Malecon
  • Will we learn anything new?
  • 493 athletes to Mayaguez Games
  • DR defeats Argentina in volleyball
  • Rains to continue
  • Teacher training benefit concert
  • Saturday at Plaza de Espana
Monday, 21 June 2010
  • Hope for fewer hours of blackouts
  • Ship those cars back
  • Foreign press has more access to President
  • Media backs Alicia Ortega
  • Testing a prepaid electrical meter
  • Four die in house without breakers
  • Police chief returns
  • Money laundering office scandal
  • The Quirino tapes
  • Raining in Santo Domingo
  • Women's Volleyball Pan American Cup
  • World Dance Gala
Friday, 18 June 2010
  • 300,000 to take national tests
  • Second IMF review
  • DR protests human trafficking report
  • Santiago has problems with garbage
  • Blackouts seem to get worse
  • PRD to appeal JCE decision on Oviedo
  • PC supports Ortega's appeal
  • Security a major issue for judges
  • Police and DNCD chiefs to Puerto Rico
  • Onamet forecasts rains for weekend
  • Charlie likely, not Garcia nor Horford
  • Kiteboarding in Cabarete
  • III Music Fiesta 2010
  • Karate in Santiago
Thursday, 17 June 2010
  • CDEEE makes staff accountable
  • No vote re-count for Pedernales
  • Alicia Ortega goes to court for legal protection
  • Spirit reaches agreement with pilots
  • 15% of Dominicans have Taino genes
  • Sammy Dauhajre out on bail
  • Tono Lena to be tried in Puerto Rico
  • Intelligence chiefs fired
  • Charlie Villanueva to play for RD
  • Canada Day parties in PUJ and POP
  • See Ubaldo pitch
Wednesday, 16 June 2010
  • Indotel wants to repeat Jamaican experience
  • New vaccines center at Plaza de la Salud
  • Government to expand aid to poor
  • Public Officials Asset Statement revised
  • Public Health says rabies is down 50%
  • Fadul accuses "cartels" of price fixing
  • Senate puts off Refidomsa sale
  • Bengoa on subsidies
  • Boatload of spoiled food returned
  • What's with the vote appeal in Pedernales?
  • PRD can't get together
  • Spirit strands thousands
  • Beach privatization
  • Michel Camilo in Santiago
Tuesday, 15 June 2010
  • Gold processing facility in DR
  • Tobacco exports increase
  • US trade mission visits
  • DR fares poorly in human trafficking
  • Fernandez administration washes its hands
  • Press united vs Rodriguez Pimentel action
  • Death threats against Marino Zapete
  • AMET and the motorcyclists
  • Need to strengthen institutions
  • Luz y Fuerza protests attempted takeover
  • Coast Guard sailors help ready DREAM camp
  • Cruiseships, retirees and cargo for POP
  • Kiteboarding 2010
Monday, 14 June 2010
  • DR and Cuba discuss free trade agreement
  • Constanza highway almost ready
  • Tax collections up, not enough
  • New Central Bank bill
  • Transport monopolies hurt business
  • Alicia Ortega denounces censorship
  • Fire at Ladom
  • Labor settlement at Barrick Gold
  • Puig to Santiago Chamber of Commerce
  • Unemployment up
  • Breast-feeding hasn't caught on
  • Another check up for Jordi Veras
  • US attorney murdered in Sosua
  • Orange president to speak on innovation
  • The Gronholm Method
Friday, 11 June 2010
  • Fernandez decorates Lionel Jospin
  • Electricity subsidy until 2012
  • More 24-hour circuits
  • Ministry tests and teachers "flunk"
  • Flooding in Jimani
  • Disputes Chamber settles a few cases
  • 50,000 micro-businesses in Santiago
  • Criticism for UNDP report
  • US commercial mission to visit DR
  • No more bird flu
  • Riding guaguas can be dangerous
  • Santiago rejects pension idea
  • Workers fired for protesting Barrick Gold
  • Barrick Gold destroys cultural heritage
  • PAX on edge as Spirit faces strike
  • Lots on the weekend agenda
Thursday, 10 June 2010
  • Margarita Cedeno says yes and no
  • Taking Dominique Lanoise home
  • RD$20,000 a month for quintuplets
  • Codetel announces 15Mb/s speeds
  • Productive jobs better than welfare
  • HELP Act blessing for DR free zones
  • Salvadorian exporters complain
  • Jordi Veras to be operated in New York
  • Eric Musselman to coach DR basket team
  • 30% suffers from hypertension
  • Traffickers linked to DR arrested in Puerto Rico
  • Soccer World Cup DR transmission
  • Van Cliburn International Piano Contest
Wednesday, 09 June 2010
  • Leonel will work out plan with IMF, IDB and WB
  • Celso says 24 hour electricity works
  • Public Health refurbishes Santiago maternity unit
  • Loan for Guaigui Dam approved
  • The First Lady for President?
  • Disputes Chamber to hear first cases
  • Vincho: Nuria must present proof
  • Barrick Gold workers on strike
  • Santiagueros take to the streets
  • Traffic jams complicate life in SD
  • Government needs to source locally
  • Growth model creates few jobs
  • UNDP criticizes higher education in the DR
  • Salvadorian exporters complain
  • COE issues alerts and heat goes on
  • Santo Domingo Jazz Festival
Tuesday, 08 June 2010
  • Modern university installations in San Juan
  • UN focus on social issues
  • CDEEE update
  • Getting paid for being of the PLD
  • Euro collapse implications in DR
  • Orange offers 7.2 Mb/s
  • Hoteliers demand right to transportation
  • Quintuplets born in Santiago
  • Dominican suspect of terrorism
  • A very Dominican Miss Haiti
  • Heat wave
  • Acropolis Fashion Week
Monday, 07 June 2010
  • On Dominican air operations
  • Where is the money invested?
  • Hipolito seeks to run for President
  • High sidewalks are anti-ecological
  • 20% buys 80% furniture
  • Corruption = Less development
  • Protest re Barrick Gold
  • It's all about asset laundering
  • Impunity is complicity
  • 16 Cubans caught on illegal boat trip
  • It's hot
  • Chess masters in Santo Domingo
  • New Dominican MLB manager
Friday, 04 June 2010
  • Fernandez on delayed disbursements
  • Conclusions of the Summit
  • Border at Jimani is a mess
  • Fernandez lobbies for Refidomsa sale
  • IMF agreement does not mean new taxes
  • By 2011 gas will produce half the electricity
  • Danger in Dominican skies
  • Deputies approve loans
  • Traffic changes in Santo Domingo
  • Pregnancies and dropouts
  • Murder suspects sent to jail
  • Guerrero: Police hired to murder
  • How Figueroa got into DR system
  • Investigators search Roman's cell in Rafey
  • Weather to improve
  • Spanish legacy art in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 02 June 2010
  • A break for Corpus Christi Day
  • World Summit on Haiti's Future
  • IMF revises outlook
  • Handling dams in hurricane season
  • Deputies approve US$10 million loan
  • PRD to look at itself
  • 6% report some type of sexual harassment
  • Narcisazo suicide theory disputed
  • 41 violent deaths in just 15 days
  • DA files charges against Figueroa A.
  • Police: Murder of Col Gonzalez solved
  • Safeguarding Figueroa Agosto's properties
  • People protest banning of La Flecha
  • Following the career of Rose Cordero
  • COE maintains alerts in 8 provinces
  • Javier Alvarez Concert
Tuesday, 01 June 2010
  • World Summit for Haiti
  • Major construction works in city
  • Work advances on Metro line 2
  • Blaming taxes for bad service
  • City needs real public spaces
  • La Flecha now banned
  • New British Chamber board
  • Did Narcisazo commit suicide?
  • Drug trafficking invades DR
  • The case of 4 missing kilos of cocaine
  • Navy confiscates cocaine
  • Defending Jose Figueroa Agosto
  • Hurricane season starts
  • Ubaldo candidate to Cy Young
  • DR beats China in volleyball
  • Robi Draco Rosa at Hard Rock Cafe
Monday, 31 May 2010
  • Latin Baseball Hall of Fame
  • Fernandez's Mother's Day gifts
  • 4 Bahamians arrested in Santiago
  • 'Mafia' at airports
  • Puerto Rican drug dealer arrested
  • He kidnapped himself
  • Known to favor drug traffickers
  • Deputy chief of Navy attacked
  • Rains will continue
  • Jose Lima fills Cibao stadium
  • Chess International
  • National Theater Festival
Friday, 28 May 2010
  • Experts debate future of border
  • New shifts worry some doctors
  • After all elections are over
  • PC complains about elections
  • No news from Disputes Chamber
  • 2 million on government payrolls
  • Drugs not from DR
  • IDAC promises better security
  • Why are Figueroa's lawyers coming?
  • Lawyers come to defend Figueroa
  • Security bodies involved in Figueroa case?
  • DR ill-prepared for disasters
  • COE keeps alert levels
  • NOAA predicts active hurricane season
  • Mother's Day and busy weekend
Thursday, 27 May 2010
  • President Fernandez returns
  • Public health agreement signed
  • Europe donates RD$751 million to education
  • Bill on Asset Declaration moves
  • RD$150,000 for Mother's Day
  • US visas to cost more
  • Transporting drugs to Honduras?
  • Two drug mules arrested
  • Chief officers fired from drug agency
  • Red alert in 3 provinces for rains
  • Mayimbe sent home
  • The 2010 World Equestrian Games
  • World Soccer Cup DR broadcast
  • Santo Domingo Jazz Festival
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
  • Fernandez in Milan
  • The 7 Treasures of SDQ
  • Disputes Chamber hard at work
  • Detours and construction = traffic jams
  • Congress passes US$19M for dam
  • Government needs to save now
  • Chamber of Accounts sermon
  • Seeing ourselves in the mirror of Jamaica
  • Authorities seize 1,600+ kgs of cocaine
  • New spokesman for DNCD
  • Nuria moves to CDN
  • Be careful out there
  • Rains to continue
  • Paris Goico wins 5 gold medals
  • "Mayimbe" hospitalized with chest pains
  • Aljadaqui at Hard Rock
Tuesday, 25 May 2010
  • President Fernandez in Bologna
  • Let's save energy
  • School breakfast evaluated
  • Fill up the tank
  • Excess production of eggs
  • Analyzing electoral abstention
  • The dangers of success
  • Undervaluing state property
  • Cell phone users plight
  • Two passengers die on flights
  • 1,000-kilo cocaine shipment seized
  • World Jazz Circuit Latin America
  • Chippendales at the Jaragua
Monday, 24 May 2010
  • Fernandez meets the Pope
  • President Fernandez in Italy
  • Overwhelmed by drug trafficking
  • Final Bulletin 15 of the JCE
  • 17% of 2010 legislators are women
  • The winner: Leonel Fernandez
  • Stop taking on debt!
  • Mobile services in decline
  • Why the blackouts
  • Marital status in the DR
  • Corripio & Vicini buy majority Listin
  • French money for business
  • Dominican beauty salons in WSJ
  • Junot Diaz on Pulitzer Prize board
  • Pitcher Jose Lima dies
  • Guitar Festival
Friday, 21 May 2010
  • President Fernandez in Spain
  • Absolute power for Fernandez
  • JCE reveals winners
  • JCE says it will not be pressured
  • Tension in Esperanza as both claim victory
  • More than 28% have Internet access
  • Health sector gets 30% pay raise
  • Refinery sale goes to Congress
  • Update on the second metro line
  • DR has an aging population
  • DR gets larger share of regional investment
  • Dominican tourism up 9 months
  • Warning of diphtheria along frontier
  • Cocaine found in Del Tiempo's vehicles and yacht
  • More rain forecast
  • Formula 1 race on Sunday
Thursday, 20 May 2010
  • Fernandez at UNWTO
  • Agreement with public hospital doctors
  • Update on the deputy vote count
  • Making room for 12 more deputies
  • Miss Universe runner-up wins in politics
  • Distributing the red cards
  • Bulletin 12
  • The waves of politics
  • Will Fernandez run in 2012?
  • Veloz: Government unlikely to stop spending
  • Stop peeing in public!
  • Vote for the Malecon
  • Eros Ramazzotti at Chavon
Wednesday, 19 May 2010
  • Fernandez promotes 2 June Summit on Haiti
  • IMF sees positive growth for region
  • Copper theft down
  • DR could lose telecom edge
  • Juice causes poisoning in school breakfast
  • Deputies only sessioned twice in 5 months
  • JCE will take a week
  • Electoral Police take control of SD East
  • Surprises in Sunday's elections
  • Interesting voting percentages
  • PRD will challenge some results
  • More on the Ruben Soto murder
  • Traffickers rely on local insiders
  • Three injured, houses damaged in Las Matas
  • Eric Musselman to coach DR basket team
  • The Corsair Ballet
Tuesday, 18 May 2010
  • Fernandez at the EU-Latin American summit
  • PLD celebrates election victory
  • PLD has greater responsibility
  • PLD to control courts
  • Amable Aristy Castro wins a third time
  • Gilberto Serulle winner in Santiago
  • PRD fails to get a senate seat
  • PRD gains in the election
  • JCE estimates voting was 58%
  • OAS mission says voting was 35%
  • 18-vehicle crash
  • Soto link to Figueroa denied
  • Rains to continue
  • Miss DR crowns Miss Haiti
  • Joaquina Sabina tonight
Monday, 17 May 2010
  • Fernandez travels to Europe
  • PLD sweeps the election
  • Election fails to attract young voters
  • Why the days off?
  • La Francesa owner murdered
  • Soto knew too much?
  • Cardinal blames US complicity
  • DR fails to gain from DR-CAFTA
  • Puerto Rican earthquake felt here
  • Drugs caught on ship from Belgium
  • International Museum Day
Friday, 14 May 2010
  • Congressional and municipal election
  • PLD closing
  • Election holiday
  • Most readers will vote on Sunday
  • OMSA announces free bus rides
  • Blackwell says complaints are normal
  • DR in EU & Caribbean Summit
  • Taiwan will help with border control
  • Low-cost housing goes up
  • A different kind of drug bust
  • Swim 1 for Marcos Diaz
  • Marel Alemany at Cinema Cafe
Thursday, 13 May 2010
  • Tunnel under 27 de Febrero
  • Inflation was 0.36%
  • UAE will not build power plant
  • Alcohol sales stop 12am, Fri 14 May
  • Ninguno wants your vote
  • Protesting government use of funds
  • AA flight to New York delayed
  • Solar kitchens for Haiti
  • Customs confiscates meds in luggage
  • Contreras operated Figueroa's nose
  • Sabina in Santo Domingo Tuesday
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
  • Punta Cana conference on Haiti
  • Refidomsa contract disclosure can wait
  • Public schools get election break
  • Juan Hernandez in Boston
  • Ortega boycott in La Romana?
  • Excess power charges
  • Ortiz Bosch criticizes excess spending
  • Tricom to improve service
  • Tono Lena sent to Monte Plata
  • Musselman to coach DR team?
  • Severino art at Cuesta
  • DR gets big stand, needs to fill it
  • Corey Allen music course
  • Who are we?
Tuesday, 11 May 2010
  • Santiago sets the example
  • Bamboo production plan
  • No flight cancellations
  • Alicia Ortega follows politicians
  • Paya case: two turn themselves in
  • Police Chief brings Tono Lena back
  • Brenda Castillo makes MTV list
  • Houston Astros' new academy
  • Robmariel Olea at Casa de Teatro
Monday, 10 May 2010
  • JCE will not allow exit polls
  • Parties make last ditch push for voters
  • The cost of the election
  • Not so apolitical military
  • Viadom to spend US$470 million
  • Chunnel company leases Borer Machine
  • 2011 Book Fair dedicated to Vatican
  • S & P's extols electricity sector improvement
  • Exports recover
  • Details on the Barrick Gold investment
  • Leon Estevez dead
  • 4 more arrests in Paya case
  • Who shot at Alicia's reporters?
  • Marcos Diaz in Papua New Guinea
  • Auspicious debut for Starlin
  • Dominican Comics Exhibition
Friday, 07 May 2010
  • Dominican economy growing
  • Sale of Refidomsa to lower prices
  • JCE judge dismisses cedula buying
  • Publish the DNCD report
  • PC will have 1, 225 observers
  • Blackwell heads OAS mission
  • Ciudad de la Salud scandal
  • Small quake in MC causes panic
  • Police lose credibility by cheating
  • "Tono Lena" nabbed in Venezuela
  • Judge extends Agosto case investigation
  • Dominican jockey 4th in Derby
  • Fiesta Sunset Jazz
Thursday, 06 May 2010
  • Refinery sold to Venezuela
  • Three more agreements with Venezuela
  • Chavez is Chavez
  • Industry awards
  • President Fernandez to Rome
  • Serulle vs Sued in Santiago
  • Modern alcohol distillery in San Pedro
  • DR receives most foreign investment
  • Assets confiscated from drug baron
  • Selective amnesia
  • Dominican cooking behind Ubaldo
  • DR in Centrobasket
  • Mirabal sister wins Book Fair award
  • Robmariel Olea at Casa de Teatro
Wednesday, 05 May 2010
  • Hugo Chavez in the DR
  • New government InternetTV
  • Metro to San Isidro
  • Haitians seek jobs in Puerto Plata
  • Tylenol recall in DR
  • Lingerie manufacturers want lower taxes
  • Narcisazo case goes international
  • Police deceit "shameless"
  • Italian deportation request by Interpol
  • On the trail of Cleopatra
  • Youth Symphony and children's choir
Tuesday, 04 May 2010
  • Scholarships
  • Massive flu vaccination campaign
  • Two experienced candidates for Senate
  • JCE to issue first bulletin at 9pm
  • Candidates are not under indictment
  • 84% senators seek to be re-elected
  • 131 of 178 deputies seek re-election
  • DR leads in cigar sales
  • Win-win solutions for coral reefs
  • Nuria says Chief of Police lied
  • Police admits to deceit
  • Dominican said to be first migrant to NYC
  • Al Horford in the NBA semifinals
  • Ubaldo leads in the Majors
  • Pavel Nunez at Bellas Artes
Monday, 03 May 2010
  • Running for President
  • Control of Congress can be absolute
  • Power restored in San Pedro
  • High cost of bond placement
  • LADOM suspended once again
  • Huge tank farm on South Coast
  • Itabo made money and so did government
  • Forum on Haiti gets results
  • DR exports to Caribbean up US$100 million
  • Fuentes urges more education
  • Del Tiempo was an "exporter"
  • PN worry on identity fraud
  • Cops nab a Most Wanted
  • Two more of top 10 arrive today
  • Hot, rainy and muggy
  • Rita Indiana at Cane
Friday, 30 April 2010
  • US$750 million in bonds
  • Peso depreciation on hold
  • Long blackout in San Pedro
  • It's not politics, it's food for the poor
  • Luxury vehicles for legislators
  • Chamber of Accounts' 162 audits
  • Barrick & Yuna pollution
  • Milk drinks "virtually milk-free"
  • Lack of controls eases laundering
  • Police arrest visa forger
  • Alleged cash couriers freed
  • Dismissed judge has his say
  • Vantroi to jail to await trial
  • Aventura sweeps Latin Billboard
  • John Patitucci coming for jazz concert
Thursday, 29 April 2010
  • Check change postponed
  • RD$50 billion deficit
  • Intolerance to milk, not poisoning
  • Government and CMD to meet again
  • Explosion in San Pedro de Macoris
  • Chamber of Accounts reports ignored
  • People, not things
  • US migration expert visits JCE
  • Substitute judges
  • Who assigned Rosario to the Vantroi case?
  • Vantroi still in jail
  • Dance at Bellas Artes
  • Carlos Fuentes at the National Theater
Wednesday, 28 April 2010
  • Agrarian Reform ceremony
  • Another poll show voter issues
  • Why the PLD leads the polls
  • Agreement for Haiti and DR projects
  • Literacy promotion
  • More milk problems
  • Barrick Gold contract can be revised
  • Pension funds for low-cost housing
  • US$120 million for Coca-Cola in DR
  • New car sales up slightly
  • Adocco files appeals on 25 senators
  • Another judicial decision causes uproar
  • Supreme Court fires judge
  • More on the smuggled US$1.2 million
  • Prosecutor waiting for Vasquez Rodriguez
  • Fashion Week
Tuesday, 27 April 2010
  • Jobs for Haiti and the DR
  • Postpone the new checks order
  • No German measles or polio
  • Paying 20% more for petrol
  • Identity fraud equipment at airports
  • The most expensive Internet
  • Penn & Shoen poll says PLD leads
  • Spain investigates 935-kilo shipment
  • Known murderer set free on bail
  • Priest assaulted
  • Doubts about US$1.2 million boat case
  • MLB and baseball reform
  • Miami storm affects flights
  • Italians win Rolex Farr 40 Worlds 2010
  • Concert raised US$2.5 million
  • Tipi Palos, folk & Transporte Urbano
Monday, 26 April 2010
  • Vaccination week
  • No social programs during campaign
  • Free trade agreement with Peru
  • Advances in Cardiology
  • Vasquez Rodriguez says he is legit
  • Vantroi back to jail
  • Crashed plane bodies found
  • US$1.2 million found on boat
  • Figueroa Agosto investigator killed
  • Del Tiempo's contradictions
  • It's raining
  • Don't pay for parking at Book Fair
  • Homage to Luis Dias
Friday, 23 April 2010
  • Venezuela wants DR to invest
  • DR bond rating up
  • New Sirena megastore in Santiago
  • Business is happy
  • Traffic jams explained
  • Catholic bishops on Barrick Gold
  • MVM is optimistic
  • The NONE movement
  • Political campaign stalls Congress
  • Re-election is in vogue
  • Businessman sought for electricity fraud
  • Repatriated killers have long rap sheets
  • Killer should have been in jail
  • New body to fight drugs needed
  • Cycling tragedy
  • Santo Domingo Book Fair
Thursday, 22 April 2010
  • Book Fair opens
  • Optimistic on exports and investments
  • APAP announces mortgage offer
  • Haiti-DR business forum
  • Flights resume to DR from Europe
  • Nothing yet, but doctors still talking
  • Forest fires, major concern
  • Act on suspected drug accomplices
  • Two repatriated from Mexico arrested
  • DNCD denies downing drug plane
  • Chickens, the talk of the town
  • Presidente Beer's reality show
  • Shipwreck exhibition
Wednesday, 21 April 2010
  • Palace insists it was Leonel
  • Dominican copter downs drug plane
  • Wilton blasts DNCD, again
  • Huge electricity fraud
  • 67% have taken leave
  • PRD hierarchy agrees on unity, almost
  • DR and Costa Rica at loggerheads
  • Yellow cabs without plates
  • Police kill two alleged criminals
  • Water crisis easing
  • Get shots
  • Gatorade 10K marathon
  • Photo Exhibition at Palma Real
Tuesday, 20 April 2010
  • Bad timing again for refinery deal
  • Two new members of ethics commission
  • The election-deciding provinces
  • More voters
  • IMF director bullish on DR economy
  • A need to feel economic growth
  • Gasoline consumption
  • Make it easier to do business
  • Taiwan offers credit for business
  • Change in course
  • Flights cancelled
  • Where were the life jackets?
  • Police kills man known to have killed 17
  • Solenodon found in Hato Mayor
  • Spanish pop art at the MAM
Monday, 19 April 2010
  • President Fernandez to Venezuela
  • Central Bank forecasts 8% growth
  • The CMD & Public Health deal?
  • Conjoined twins need to wait for op
  • Clientelism strengthened in politics
  • $ for education + sports = less crime
  • Don Angel Miolan passes away
  • Arturo Rodriguez Fernandez dies
  • Farmers in Barrick Gold protest
  • Bank theft suspects shot in Boca Chica
  • Fire at El Conde
  • Another theme park
  • 5.1 earthquake kills 3
  • Miss Dominican Republic 2010
  • Ubaldo Jimenez's no-hitter
  • Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan
Friday, 16 April 2010
  • Flights to Europe suspended
  • Elections will cost RD$2.8 billion
  • Candidate delays might be a problem
  • PLD and allies sign pact
  • Vargas calls for serenity
  • Ministers are campaign chiefs
  • Protests and explanations over park
  • How to solve the power problem
  • Oxfam warns of DR vulnerability
  • DGII closes movie rental shop
  • Digenor director cries "foul"
  • 8 months custody for pilots
  • Illegal flights hurt airline industry
  • Three jailed for Nacional robbery
  • DNCD nabs one of its own
  • Juan Luis Guerra concert
Thursday, 15 April 2010
  • Catching up with citizen IDs
  • PLD expects to win 27 senate seats
  • Government execs keep to their jobs
  • The controversial city park
  • Disenchanted voters
  • Government buys radars
  • More public than private loans
  • Advances on Metro2
  • US$15,000 fare to the US
  • Stopping boat trips
  • Portillo pilot released
  • Montecristi drug control chief arrested
  • MLB draft protested
  • Changes for Pro Winter Baseball
  • Folklore at Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 14 April 2010
  • Six new ambassadors
  • Wage increase for physicians
  • Education fires 3,000, hires 9,000
  • JCE work into election
  • Castanos criticizes Leonel's stumping
  • IDB stresses IMF praise
  • Exports to Europe up
  • Exports need to be certified
  • US Consulate requires new form
  • Cases of vanishing airplanes
  • Flight stopped in Santiago
  • 'Quirinito' gets 30 years
  • Alerts issued for ten provinces
  • Carlos Fuentes at Book Fair
  • Photographs of literary greats
Tuesday, 13 April 2010
  • Refidomsa projects
  • No new taxes into 2012
  • Asturias business trip
  • Conjoined twins to Robert Reid Cabral
  • Tax jeopardizes Samana power service
  • A horror story
  • The drug dealer
  • DNCD uncovers traffickers' tunnel
  • Japanese scholarships
  • Edna Garrido de Boggs dies
  • Leon Jimenes Art Contest
Monday, 12 April 2010
  • Conjoined twins
  • Borrowing US$80M for housing
  • PLD+PRSC coalition leads
  • Catrain campaigns on bicycle
  • Army confiscated lobsters
  • ATM blackout on Thursday & Friday
  • Inflation at 2.33%
  • Change your checks
  • Apolinar Veloz recommendations
  • Nuria crew arrested
  • Perozo back in jail
  • Two nabbed for bomb threat
  • Lieutenant arrested for murder
  • Forecast for rains
  • Innovative American folklore
Friday, 9 April 2010
  • Fernandez back from Colombia
  • IMF wants to ease exchange rates
  • Business sees growth but not jobs
  • Conflict prevention
  • JCE head says sentence inadmissible
  • Colombian pilot flew disappearing airplanes
  • Got milk?
  • DR authorizes sugar imports
  • DR has 1,385 betting parlors
  • Caribbean region suffers drought
  • Sacred Music at Regina Angelorum
Thursday, 8 April 2010
  • President Fernandez campaigns
  • Former police chief insists on running
  • Clusters are all about inclusion
  • IMF approves letter of intent
  • Lots of money to spend
  • Valdez says economy grows 6%
  • Quantifying the blackouts
  • $$ for writing about trade
  • Rescuing trafficked Haitian children
  • Asturias business mission
  • Book fair starts 21 April
  • Jet Set opens for grassroots merengue
Wednesday, 7 April 2010
  • Fernandez goes to Colombia
  • VP says "No new taxes"
  • National Development Strategy
  • US$50 million for education
  • Questions on REFIDOMSA sale
  • STI bomb scare made from NY
  • Forest fires are serious
  • Malecon lights for fewer prostitutes
  • Rains on the way
  • Miranda in Santo Domingo
Tuesday, 6 April 2010
  • Venezuela wants refinery deal
  • Cash for Refidomsa?
  • A mega-energy project?
  • Easter death toll down 43%
  • Traffic lights sans AMET
  • OAS mission to observe election
  • UASD rector's reply
  • Rafael Molina Morillo honored
  • Sugar prices up
  • Teenagers asking for plastic surgery
  • Ferry stops 15 April
  • 81 Dominicans in MLB
  • Seth Godin in Santo Domingo
Monday, 5 April 2010
  • 22 dead over Easter long weekend
  • Quality, not quantity in education
  • Dismissals at Ministry of Education
  • The father, not the son
  • March against Barrick Gold
  • Monitor Barrick Gold
  • US$10B in pledges for Haiti renewal
  • The Seven Last Words
  • It wasn't Figueroa and Sobeida
  • Strange case of Faustino Perozo
  • Money paid for murder was forged
  • Figueroa protected in PR and DR
  • Figueroa & Sobeida: PR tourists
  • Spaniard arrested, then released
  • Del Tiempo was enrolled in the Police
  • Dealing in consulate papers
  • Pedro Martinez in Boston
Tuesday, 30 March 2010
  • DR1 breaks for Easter
  • Operation Easter 2010
  • Will politics break for Easter?
  • Former police chief can't run for deputy
  • New PLD campaign directors
  • Transparency in electricity billing
  • Eduardo Fadul shut down
  • Changes in the Navy
  • Asturias mission to visit
  • Japan donates RD$29 million
  • Taiwanese donation
  • Figueroa & Sobeida in Puerto Rico
  • Easter celebrations
Monday, 29 March 2010
  • President Fernandez to Colombia
  • JCE tells candidates to take leave
  • 6,000 women vie for votes
  • Margarita Peynado & Salcedo
  • Power rate and tax increases?
  • Safeguard measures on textiles
  • Regulate Barrick Gold
  • Robbery at Nacional supermarket
  • Drug haul in Montecristi
  • Murder linked to Figueroa case
  • Torres case to Supreme Court
  • Small quakes should not worry people
  • Golf Hall of Famers
  • DR1 news editor is sports immortal
  • Holy Week music concert
Friday, 26 March 2010
  • President in Juan Dolio
  • Exports to Haiti up and prices too
  • Appeals and protests at JCE
  • Victor Gomez Casasnovas to run
  • DR has serious TB issues
  • Parking meters are unconstitutional
  • Cops nab copper robber
  • Looking at the Figueroa and Sobeida video
  • Justice can stop hitmen
  • Spanish Prosecutor visits DR
  • DR T-shirts dominate US market
  • The NY Times focus on Haiti's misery
  • Casa de Campo villa not confiscated
  • Carlos Piantini dies
  • Music for Camila
Thursday, 25 March 2010
  • Pedro Brand Hospital remodeled
  • Salcedo declines AmCham invitation
  • Cabo Rojo Navy station
  • US$1 billion in more sovereign bonds
  • Minister's sister insurance company
  • Picking up the tab for Haitian births
  • Barrilito will be a reserve
  • Export sector overview
  • Exploitation hasn't begun at gold mine
  • Government needs to explain mine deal
  • Symptoms not of food poisoning
  • Debate on Barrick Gold on TV
  • Orin Clinton Gomez is here
  • Show biz head suffers stroke
  • Businessman rescued
  • Formula One speed race
Wednesday, 24 March 2010
  • Maternity treats more Haitians
  • Keeping the Malecon
  • CDEEE pays US$287 M to generators
  • DR and IDB sign US$150 million
  • ONAMET invests RD$10 million
  • Easter Week is almost here
  • Castanos proud of JCE decisions
  • Lights out for PRA director
  • Duquesa is a cesspool
  • Industrialists object to ICCSI
  • Del Tiempo loses more assets
  • Fito Paez at Casa de Espana
Tuesday, 23 March 2010
  • Maternity treats more Haitians
  • Keeping the Malecon
  • CDEEE pays US$287 M to generators
  • DR and IDB sign US$150 million
  • ONAMET invests RD$10 million
  • Easter Week is almost here
  • Castanos proud of JCE decisions
  • Lights out for PRA director
  • Duquesa is a cesspool
  • Industrialists object to ICCSI
  • Del Tiempo loses more assets
  • Fito Paez at Casa de Espana
Monday, 22 March 2010
  • Dry World Water Day for SD
  • JCE to review pleas
  • The business of politics
  • Minister's sister insures personnel
  • Operation Walk at Plaza de la Salud
  • Cardinal adds voice against "Barrilito"
  • Blackout at AILA
  • Seven vehicles stolen every day
  • Traffic deaths fall slightly
  • One nation with Haiti
  • Ambassador introduced Del Tiempo
  • More cocaine linked to Del Tiempo
  • Nobody knows where he is
  • "Advisor" arrested in Santo Domingo
  • 4.6 quake rattles north
  • Dvorak at the National Theater
Friday, 19 March 2010
  • The Battle of 19 March 1844
  • CDEEE to turn off City Hall
  • Millionaire officials reveal details
  • Customs action cuts down cable theft
  • Barrick refused to give information to deputies
  • Food was not properly handled
  • Complaints "dime a dozen" at JCE
  • Atiemar taken over by BanReservas
  • Ortega y Gasset overpass well underway
  • Weekend calendar events
Thursday, 18 March 2010
  • DR to build university in Haiti
  • FAO director decorated here
  • FAO on $ for Haiti
  • New ambassador to Colombia?
  • Miss DR runs for deputy mayor
  • Milady de Cabral for deputy mayor
  • Multicentro La Sirena at La Americana
  • Sans Souci residential development
  • Integral strategic plan for Santiago
  • What caused the poisoning at mine?
  • 100 sought in extradition
  • Search for Figueroa Agosto
  • More earth shakes
  • Boca Tabu with Fito Paez
Wednesday, 17 March 2010
  • President & Casandra honor Zoe Saldana
  • Antun Batlle to Banco de la Vivienda
  • Lottery is a tax collector
  • JCE deadline is today
  • Blackouts increase
  • Wind power moves in DR
  • Barrick Gold on intoxication problem
  • Haiti needs US$11.5 billion
  • Jose Peralta wins New York State
  • Owner of the missing plane identified
  • The accomplices of Figueroa Agosto
  • Casandra Awards winners
Tuesday, 16 March 2010
  • Sanz Jiminian to AMET
  • DNCD director has RD$14 million in assets
  • Tricom transfered to Hispaniola Telecom
  • Workers intoxicated at Barrick Gold
  • Did gas cause the Pueblo Viejo poisoning?
  • Melia casino robbers take US$50,000
  • Six passengers on illegal flight
  • Peralta says she bought Atiemar apartment
  • El Nacional editorial on the Reservas
  • Intelligence working for whom?
  • Duque sent to jail in Atiemar case
  • 4.1 degree earthquake felt in Santo Domingo
  • Casandra tonight
Monday, 15 March 2010
  • Fernandez campaigns for city mayors
  • Venezuela: Ties with the DR are excellent
  • 7.5 earthquake forecast for Santiago
  • Drought continues in SD
  • Half the CDEEE is off-line due to costs
  • Government violates petrol law
  • ANJE gets PRD to accept debates
  • Arsenal found in UASD
  • Money laundering hampers business
  • Rodriguez Pimentel linked to Atiemar
  • Atiemar Tower is news darling
  • Too many cases, too much complicity
  • Most in jail for drugs
  • National Ballet of Spain
  • Robbery at Melia Casino
Friday, 12 March 2010
  • Fernandez meets UNESCO director
  • The 20-year National Plan
  • 2010 Census will count 10m
  • Hacienda disburses RD$344m to JCE
  • No more milk, for now
  • Government backs out of baseball deal
  • Deputies approve sovereign bond issue
  • Moving on Ven-Col talks?
  • Cabarete vs. Canoa
  • Human rights report criticizes PN
  • US ambassador-to-be's goals in DR
  • Chinatown thief murdered
  • Judge seizes Atiemar Tower
  • Police blotter
  • Helados Bon's Easter treat
  • Very active March
Thursday, 11 March 2010
  • 100% teledensity in DR
  • Canada's Jean thanks DR
  • Very low inflation
  • Henry Peralta to the AMET
  • Copper exports
  • More school milk intoxications
  • Vicini: RD$5.3 million for Haiti
  • The DR baseball player pipeline
  • ARS - the best business
  • The mystery flight
  • More on the Torre Atiemar
  • 4.2 earthquake in Northwest
  • HaviKoro hip hop dancing
  • Presidente Beer Festival this summer
Wednesday, 10 March 2010
  • Fernandez on temporary mediation lull
  • Parlacen accepts Fernandez proposal
  • Breastfeeding Haitians helps her own baby
  • A ban on copper exports
  • Fernandez Mirabal: revise Barrick contract
  • More Ladom intoxication cases
  • PC says institutions violate purchasing law
  • There are more than 2.5 million vehicles
  • Two random heroes honored
  • FDC warns of RD$25 sugar
  • Two old folks caught selling drugs
  • Torre Atiemar linked to drug trafficking
  • Figueroa Agosto's backing in Puerto Rico
  • The Tonton Simeon family
  • Drug trafficking accomplices still at work
  • Fanjuls were victim of Beverly Hills robbery
  • Rosario brothers & Philarmonic Orchestra
Tuesday, 9 March 2010
  • International Day of Women
  • Maduro didn't come
  • Santo Domingo's 7 treasures
  • Commonwealth chambers' commitment
  • Canadian GG visits
  • Unesco's Irina Bokova visits
  • The generals in Quirino Paulino case
  • Defense lawyers on Quirino Paulino
  • Sandy Alderson to head MLB in DR
  • The schooner "Amistad" visits
Monday, 8 March 2010
  • Fernandez mediates for Colombia & Venezuela
  • Chavez positions Zelaya
  • International Women's Day
  • JCE approves election deals
  • US$400 million more in sovereign bonds
  • Billions in loans
  • Politician named to head pension fund
  • Dominicans send less money home
  • Sugar getting scarce
  • Storing criminal evidence
  • Rosado Mateo wants declarations by Monday
  • Who killed Tejeda Kranwinkel?
  • Military caught in drug seizure
  • Temperatures back to normal today
  • DR loses to Uruguay
Friday, 5 March 2010
  • Global conference on tourism clusters
  • Real renewable energy projects
  • Bavaro-Sabana de la Mar highway
  • Officers to file statements of assets
  • Pelegrin's bill on seismic standards
  • UK to help energy sector
  • S Koreans on electricity theft
  • Puntacana Group denies gift
  • Priest lashes out against politicians
  • Authorities seize RD$100 million in assets
  • 1,200 kg of cocaine seized in Spain
  • High wave alert for north coast
  • Weekend events
Thursday, 4 March 2010
  • Bridge over Soco River opened
  • AMET general retired
  • Hernandez retired, Trejo promoted
  • Selling to Haiti
  • Foreign Minister responds to US report
  • Senate OKs diplomatic appointments
  • US$1billion in sovereign bonds
  • Bad timing for sovereign bonds issuing
  • Trade with China
  • Time to wake up
  • Metal export company shut down
  • EdeEste restores power in Haiti
  • National Speedracing Competition
  • National Choir performance
Wednesday, 3 March 2010
  • Fernandez off to Guatemala
  • Fernandez promotes 10,000; retires 7
  • Senate asked to hurry approval
  • Finding placements for retirement funds
  • Mendez says there is 27% deficit
  • Indotel tells Codetel to compensate users
  • Electricity subsidy has to be US$600m
  • Drought will last until April
  • Last minute deals on alliances
  • Canadian GG to visit
  • White House hosts Dominicans
  • Charlie Rangel in hot water again
  • Secret airfields found in Bahoruco
  • March events
Tuesay, 2 March 2010
  • Fernandez to travel to Colombia
  • 10 generals retired, 7 promoted to general
  • Maimon gets new milk supplier
  • US: DR government corruption 'endemic'
  • US Coast Guard chief visits
  • Serulle expelled from PLD
  • Lighting on the Malecon
  • Business calls for accountability
  • Puerto Rican police chief visits
  • Customs acts against copper wiring firms
  • Historic judgment in Samana
  • Davis Cup tennis in Santo Domingo
Monday, 1 March 2010
  • Fernandez's state of the nation address
  • National Development Strategy 2030
  • What the President didn't mention
  • Armed Forces ministers agree with LF
  • Govt collects RD$19.25bn in January
  • Borrow to build 18,000 houses
  • Review of the new check format
  • Regulations for at-large deputies
  • Vargas clears way for presidential bid
  • Cabarete vs Canoa
  • Military infiltrated
  • US AG to help DR find Figueroa
  • Canadians arrested for drug trafficking
  • Another lynching
  • Dominican wins Independence Tour
  • Latin pop music
Friday, 26 February 2010
  • EU donates an extra EUR15.33m
  • Some employers don't pay SS taxes
  • Exports to Haiti could top US$1 billion
  • Paredes sorry for intoxications
  • In favor of low-cost housing
  • Major tariff reduction for pork and poultry
  • Many food prices go down
  • What are they thinking?
  • 30 years for drug trafficking
  • Police dismantle cloners
  • Rains to continue
  • Angelita's book launch disrupted
  • Tribute to Dominican Rock
  • Carnival closes in Santiago
Thursday, 25 February 2010
  • No private party sale for refinery
  • Marranzini on electricity sector
  • More money needed for education
  • Debts eat up wages, blind book tests
  • Importer accuses Agriculture Minister
  • PRSC alliances
  • Will Gilberto Serulle run for the PRD?
  • DR brewery expands in the Caribbean
  • No fires after 11 floors, please
  • Nicaraguan unlikely to testify in Paya trial
  • Drug dealers buy their support
  • Pelaez tells government to look elsewhere
  • Jimenez Martinez up for extradition
  • Concert in the Colonial City
Wednesday, 24 February 2010
  • Fernandez to head conciliatory group
  • "Mini-Marshall Plan" for Haiti
  • Give priority to Haiti's productive sector
  • Extend deadline for check changes
  • Valdesia and Jiguey can supply water
  • Vaccinate your dogs and cats!
  • S&Ls want low-cost housing
  • High cost of pharmaceuticals
  • Fire at Plaza Central
  • Leak of "the list" weakens hunt
  • Is Figueroa Agosto in Puerto Rico?
  • 18 sent to trial in Paya case
  • Elio Rojas brings WBC title home
  • DR swimmer wins in Special Olympics
  • XII Muestra Internacional de Cine
  • "12 Artists" in Bavaro
Tuesday, 23 February 2010
  • Fernandez at the Rio Summit
  • Fernandez's proposals in Mexico
  • Hipolito criticizes PRD candidates
  • Julio Romero's wife for deputy?
  • Natural gas for generating power
  • Angel investors
  • Sunken treasure galleon explorations
  • Marijuana, not diapers
  • Dominican merengue for FARC
  • We are the World for Haiti
  • Dominican stars in NY Fashion Week
  • Comedy at the National Theater
  • DR off to winning start in boxing
Monday, 22 February 2010
  • President Fernandez in Mexico
  • Fernandez launches PLD nominees
  • PLD senators to repeat
  • The overseas voters
  • World Bank: no more for CDEEE
  • Fuels go up again
  • S&Ls go through mergers
  • Rescued baby brings joy
  • Mafioso arrested in Juan Dolio
  • DEA, FBI and INTERPOL lists
  • Gang led by two cops arrested
  • Drought affects barrios
  • Onamet forecasts rains today
  • Landslides in vulnerable areas
  • Independencia Cycling Tour
Friday, 19 February 2010
  • Fernandez leads homage to flag
  • DR and IDB sign credit agreement
  • Desertion high at primary level
  • Drastic measures for Haitian contraband
  • Bus driver had heart attack
  • Complicity in Bonao
  • Sobeida case gets weirder
  • PRSC and PLD senate pact
  • Vargas calls for new SCJ judges
  • Bishops call for clean up
  • PRD erases Julio Romero
  • Margarita Gomez back in the news
  • President - on to the Figueroa case?
  • Stowaway killed at AILA
  • Avatar's Zoe Saldana in DR
  • Record evening for Al Horford
Thursday, 18 February 2010
  • Ikea opens in Santo Domingo
  • Loans to pay electricity bills
  • Increase in interest rates forecast
  • Government tots up Haiti spending
  • Great deal for Barrick, not for DR
  • Cotui mayor against Barrick Gold
  • Radars for the Super Tucanos
  • The Smester list
  • No one charged for protecting Figueroa's
  • Convicted Dominicans sent to DR
  • Radio reaches all
  • 190 Dominicans in spring training
  • Carnival in Santo Domingo East
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
  • Santo Domingo is the Cultural Capital
  • Fernandez to Mexico
  • IMF mission clears DR
  • First Lady's Office programs
  • The composition of the debt
  • Blackouts affect the Presidential Palace
  • JCE still needs RD$877M for elections
  • JCE on Julio Romero
  • Drought is seen at the tap
  • Codetel reports problems
  • Creating 500 jobs, eliminating 100,000
  • Serulle will not support Sued
  • IDB: Haiti needs US$14 billion
  • Police wound demonstrators
  • Not very good thieves
  • Fausto Rey's romantic songs
Tuesday, 16 February 2010
  • Cultural Capital of the Americas
  • Drought in the south and east
  • Downpours to the north
  • Explanation for recent blackouts
  • Trinidad is leading fuel supplier to DR
  • Don't be confused, 849 is here
  • New economy magazine
  • Supreme Court call for less lenience
  • Millions of drug $ redistributed
  • Cotui environmental management plan
  • Sued to be PLD & PRSC candidate
  • Breathe better campaign
  • Corruption tell-all: Woman of the Year
  • Juan Luis, Juanes, Bose, Sanz & Fonsi
  • Regattas at the Marina de Casa de Campo
Monday, 15 February 2010
  • Ikea set for 17 Feb opening
  • DR and Haiti lay out plans to rebuild
  • Gas prices decline slightly
  • Tax collections up
  • Voter concentration
  • Legislative session ends today
  • 20-hour blackouts exasperate all
  • Equipment for Command and Control
  • Society honors the wrong people
  • Dominican public schools at risk
  • Killing suspects ordered back to jail
  • Minustah seeks DR police cooperation
  • Who is Jorge Puello?
  • Bus plunges into the sea
  • Al Horford makes history
  • Dominican models dazzle NY
  • Aventura delighted a huge crowd
  • Frontal system may bring rains
Friday, 12 February 2010
  • JCE opens election campaign
  • Deputies approve at-large Deputies
  • 2010 Census
  • First phase of Metro 2 advances
  • Yellow cabs: privilege and exclusion
  • Environment puts kibosh on SFM airport
  • A good deal on a car
  • Codia spokesman revises opinion
  • Canada consulate in DR
  • Flights normalized
  • Judge orders Americans freed
  • Jurists lament refusal to comply
  • San Cristobal courts under attack
  • Wanted Frenchman captured
  • Botero exhibition in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 11 February 2010
  • Inflation was 1.31% in January
  • Helping children return to schools
  • John Jay to train police
  • Moscoso Segarra mute on Felix Bautista
  • Scholarships
  • Subsidizing yellow cabs?
  • Deputy protests Barrick Gold
  • Details requested on PDVSA US$131 million
  • Cancer in the DR
  • New award for Junot Diaz
  • New York flights suspended
  • Certify propane dispatches
  • Fighting cocks culled
  • Book Fair starts 21 April
Wednesday, 10 February 2010
  • Sued meets with Fernandez
  • Family practice program stalled
  • Changes for laws on the press
  • DR can access US$250 million
  • JCE and at large deputies
  • University dropout rate is 50%
  • US to support health prevention
  • Haitian has new opinion re Dominicans
  • New UK ambassador
  • British chocolate benefits DR farmers
  • South American aid to Haiti
  • Work action at gas stations
  • Gas dealer gets bail
  • Jose Antonio Molina opens season
Tuesday, 9 February 2010
  • Fernandez meets Angelina
  • Ministries is correct
  • Tax revenues up 10.7% in December
  • Hospital spends RD$20M on Haitians
  • Jimani jail turned into hospital
  • Where’s the war?
  • Cut the taxes on airfares
  • Gas stations closed Wednesday am
  • Leonel Almonte to jail
  • Scots arrested at POP Airport
  • Mets prospect is MVP in Venezuela
  • Comedy at the National Theater
Monday, 8 February 2010
  • Luperon Avenue detour
  • Merca Santo Domingo: September?
  • Cornea bank
  • PRD candidates
  • PRD senate candidates
  • Sued nominated for mayor
  • Plans for rebuilding Haiti
  • Harrison Ford here for Haiti
  • Dominicans loot barge for Haiti
  • Whereabouts of pilot Adriano Jimenez
  • RD$10M for Agosto and Sobeida
  • Castillo calls for more investigation
  • DR wins Caribbean Series
Friday, 5 February 2010
  • Judicial Commission sworn in by Fernandez
  • IDB loans $100 million for education
  • Two new hospitals opening in March
  • Vice President travels to Haiti today
  • Save water or else!
  • Donation for the Metro
  • Yellow cabs
  • EDEs owe generators US$500 million
  • Pena and Gomez Mazara give in to JCE
  • Santiago is a ‘hot potato’ for PLD
  • Bonds are part of land deal in Oviedo
  • WSJ on abducted Haitian children
  • Two killed in chopper crash
  • Chelsea soccer player scandal
  • Dominican Lions defeat Venezuelan Lions
  • Santo Domingo party to start carnival
Thursday, 4 February 2010
  • RD$2.1 billion bond issue
  • Billions for La Vega dam
  • DR owes most to Venezuela
  • IMF mission visits
  • New area code: 849
  • Implementing the Constitution
  • Canadian mission visits
  • Orlando Jorge Mera confirmed at PRD
  • PLD choose Felix Bautista for senator
  • Micro-trafficking suspect arrested
  • Police fires agents for accepting bribes
  • Mary Pelaez’s 4 houses
  • Police confiscated homicide SUV
  • Haitian narcos flee to DR
  • Government is lost
  • DR wins game 2 in Caribbean Series
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
  • Sam Pitroda visits Fernandez
  • DR improves economic freedom ranking
  • Donating 2 new mobile kitchens
  • DR tourism at FITUR
  • You’re probably getting cheated
  • RD$1.09 billion to political parties
  • Sued to get Santiago nomination
  • Geologists set priorities for Cibao
  • A pathological case of corruption?
  • Five months since the “escape”
  • Guillermo Moreno: complicities intact
  • Vincho: Figueroa is on vacation
  • Centrobasket 2010 in Santo Domingo
  • The Lion roared last night
Tuesday, 2 February 2010
  • Support for school music bands
  • No monopoly for Refidomsa
  • AES natural gas terminal
  • More intensive care units
  • Spotlight on children smuggling
  • Suspected close aide of Figueroa murdered
  • Quirinito released on bail
  • Dominican in financial scheme in California
  • Athletes of the Year
  • DR team to Caribbean Series
Monday, 1 February 2010
  • President of Ecuador visits
  • 3,744 graduates in English
  • Martha wins National Youth Award
  • Diesel and gasoline prices down
  • CNTU slams “Pyrrhic” decrease
  • The metro statistics
  • The high cost of Barrick Gold operation
  • Authorities to open second bridge
  • RD$160 million for border hospitals
  • Frontier on epidemiological alert
  • Experts discuss quake dangers
  • Hispaniola Cluster
  • Enough chickens?
  • DNCD ambushed in Capotillo
  • Figueroa Agosto didn’t make the call
  • Lots of Nini Caffaro coming soon
Friday, 29 January 2010
  • Fernandez returns with Zelaya
  • Taiwanese President visits DR
  • Milagros Ortiz Bosch for senator
  • JCE delivers preliminary voting rolls
  • Ikea reaches out to DR consumers
  • Orange will provide 3G service
  • Fernandez reveals he talked to Chavez
  • Big business positive on Refinery 49%
  • More on the Constitution
  • Zelaya might be your neighbor
  • Prosecutors questioned retired general
  • Escogido wins first title in 18 years
  • Caribbean Fly-In
Thursday, 28 January 2010
  • Fernandez returns with Zelaya
  • The new Constitution
  • Five Supreme Court judges to be retired
  • Rehabilitating the dams
  • Elementary education lags behind
  • RD$428 million in medical aid
  • DR to benefit from reconstruction in Haiti
  • Public buildings at risk
  • France praises DR aid to Haiti
  • International tutelage for Haiti
  • Apparel exports decline significantly
  • Escogido vs. Gigantes tonight
  • Musicians united for Haiti
Wednesday, 27 January 2010
  • Fernandez lauds new Constitution
  • Fernandez to Honduras
  • Taiwanese President visiting
  • Barahona Airport will operate for Haiti
  • RD$94 billion in pension funds
  • Corripio suggests expansion of refinery
  • Farmers reject shipper's price increases
  • Plenty of rice
  • Art treasures lost in Haiti quake
  • A mini-Marshall Plan for Haiti
  • Rebuilding Haiti
  • Parties need women candidates
  • Haiti's tragedy must not erase Figueroa
  • Three arrested for drive-by shooting
  • Paya defendants plead not guilty
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
  • New Dominican Constitution
  • Montreal conference for Haiti
  • Challenges to Dominican suppliers
  • EU aid commissioner meets Fernandez
  • Musicians visit President Fernandez
  • DR soldiers to patrol corridor
  • DR education authorities to help Haiti
  • DR hospitals see 15,000+ Haitians
  • DR aid to Haiti
  • Earthquake contingency plan for DR
  • Plan for Honduras announced
  • No Zelaya, no refinery?
  • Lessons learned from a tragedy at sea
  • Tono Lena skips bail
  • Winston Risik Rodriguez shot at
  • Jail order for bank robbers
  • Close games in playoffs
Wednesday, 20 January 2010
  • DR1 Forum provides breaking news
  • COE and Civil Defense on alert
  • OAS meeting in DR
  • US envoy Arturo Valenzuela on Haiti
  • Dominican Navy moves tons to Haiti
  • Psychological help for quake victims
  • Seismological Institute reports tremors
  • DR could recover Haitian aid
  • Quake reunited father and daughter
  • Need blood in hospitals
  • Hundreds repatriated from Haiti
  • The impact of Haiti's quake on the DR
  • Bishops call for continued support
  • Forged fingerprints
  • SJC will look at judge's decisions
  • Indian Foreign Minister expected
  • Baseball finals
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
  • Proposal to rebuild Haiti
  • Santo Domingo Declaration
  • EU has EUR420 million for Haiti
  • Drop DR debt
  • Haitians overwhelm hospital
  • Hotel Montana owner in Santo Domingo
  • Malls united in solidarity
  • Haitian earthquake overview
  • Mega concert for Haiti
  • Bill to change rental law
  • New shopping center for Santo Domingo
  • Gigantes strike ahead in baseball
Monday, 18 January 2010
  • Fernandez to host meeting
  • TV marathons net RD$66 M
  • Dominican aid seen in Haitian streets
  • Barahona airport to be central hub
  • Planes overflow La Isabela Airport
  • Santo Domingo is new port for Haiti
  • DR hospitals treating victims
  • Huge Red Cross convoy to Haiti
  • COE working in Haiti
  • Survivors found among ruins
  • Review the Barrick Gold contract
  • Police chief condemns killers' release
  • Judge frees accused in murder case
  • Baseball-round up
Friday, 15 January 2010
  • Obama and Leonel to cooperate
  • Fernandez meets with Preval
  • 100+ Dominicans missing in Haiti
  • Haiti problems in receiving aid
  • Fernandez decrees mourning period
  • Haitian residents flock to Jimani
  • Dominicans join to help neighbors
  • Supermarkets join the help drive
  • International aid starts to pour in
  • UN to purchase Dominican products
  • Damages at public schools
  • Seismic engineer on prevention
  • Paul Mann on preparing for a quake
  • RD$29,110 exempt from taxes
  • DNCD searches car dealers in Santiago
  • Laser Midwinter Regatta in Cabarete
  • Baseball Round Robin
Thursday, 14 January 2010
  • Dominican aid to Haiti
  • Civil society groups coordinate aid
  • Injured coming to DR hospitals
  • First reports on Dominican dead
  • Restoring telecommunications
  • Tax Department meets its budget
  • Legalizing drugs in the DR?
  • The Figueroa Agosto scandal
  • The untouchables
  • Vincho criticizes release of military
  • Sammy Dauhajre sent to Najayo
  • Figueroa Agosto's uncle arrested
  • Camouflaged zucchini
  • Swedish fugitives arrested here
  • It could be Escogido vs Gigantes
Wednesday, 13 January 2010
  • Panic but no damages in SD
  • Quake destroys Port-au-Prince
  • DR government requests aid for Haiti
  • Mariano German to coordinate aid
  • A brief history of earthquakes
  • Revision of debt to generators
  • Inflation was 5.76% in 2009
  • Metro 2 will cost US$750 million
  • Santiago drivers strike
  • Businessman killed "Azabache"
  • "Tono Lena" denies all
  • Baseball standings
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
  • Overpasses ready for March
  • Free medical operations
  • Nightclubs can't store clients' guns
  • Soap opera?
  • More snippets of the soap
  • Commission clears Soriano Familia
  • Vincho asks about extradition revoking
  • Figueroa Agosto an informer?
  • Sammy Dauhajre arrested
  • Gang accused of death of 12
  • Drug manufacturers get bail
  • Four lifejackets, two bodies
  • Classical music concert at Basilica
  • Gigantes continue to lead
Monday, 11 January 2010
  • Bill for free zone sales
  • Indian Foreign Minister to visit
  • Gasoline prices up
  • Transporters differ with government
  • More families moving from Gualey
  • CAFTA has been negative for DR
  • Valdez Albizu talks with economists
  • Too many C-sections
  • Bodies recovered in boating accident
  • 14 June celebrates 50 years
  • Olivero Feliz doubts justice
  • Throwing rocks at easy targets?
  • General Miguel de la Cruz Reyna
  • Castillo suspects DNI officer
  • Drugs behind crime
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 08 January 2010
  • President hosts Yankee players
  • Pushing politics from electricity
  • Cargo and passenger fares up
  • Almeyda favors limiting colmadones
  • Study shows violence needs checking
  • Figueroa's "wife" traveled to Italy
  • Mejia: Drugs at the feet of officials
  • Deportee on Presidency payroll
  • A white Ferrari and black Porsche
  • El Gringo requested in extradition
  • Getaway car owner located
  • Amaral Duclona extradited
  • Ikea agreement with neighbors
  • Chilly weather and rain
  • DR nativity wins award
  • Gigantes want the championship
Thursday, 07 January 2010
  • President presents Quality Bill
  • End to electricity theft by 2015
  • 27 February tunnel shut tonight
  • Work advances on Metro 2
  • Borrowing for equipping hospital
  • Justifying drinking curfews
  • Billions for health of Haitians
  • People smuggling ring dismantled
  • Figueroa's "wife" left the country
  • Ricardo Ivanovich Smester
  • Rapid promotions for Soriano
  • Was Figueroa the big fish?
  • Drug violence toll
  • Mayor William Lantigua
  • Rains forecast to continue
  • Clave forecasts Escogido vs Licey
  • Gigantes lead in baseball
Wednesday, 06 January 2010
  • Preparing for Preval's visit
  • Back to school?
  • National Geological Service
  • Imports decline
  • Exports decline
  • Foreign debt increases
  • Shopping mall sales up
  • "Birth tours" from Haiti
  • US complicity with Figueroa Agosto
  • Two suspended from DNCD
  • More details on Gonzalez murder
  • Licey survives
Tuesday, 05 January 2010
  • DR1 holiday confusion
  • Year of National Reactivation
  • 2010 National Budget passed
  • More power to the CDEEE
  • Big hikes in fuel prices
  • Call for transparency in government
  • Drug trafficking grabs intelligence
  • More on Figueroa Agosto case
  • SUV used by President Uribe?
  • Did Figueroa Agosto call Z101?
  • Legalize drug trafficking
  • 28 deaths over New Year holidays
  • Suspect title scammer sent to jail
  • Luisito Marti dies
  • The baseball scores

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