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Tuesday, 27 December 2011
  • Taking a break for the New Year holidays
  • Study reveals 600,000 will travel for New Years
  • Mariano German and new judges for the Dominican Republic
  • Conep asks new judges to strictly adhere to the law
  • Impunity prevails in Year of Transparency
  • Celso did not say everyone would have electricity
  • Digenor labs test electricity meters
  • Metro 2 has some issues but goes forward
  • Pensions for many well-known artists
  • Be careful out there; final toll-26 fatalities for Christmas weekend
  • Sales mostly met expectations
  • Wartsila to build new power plant
  • Only 3% pay traffic fines
  • Police arrest three assailants of Haitian Minister
  • Somebody "forgot" their luggage
  • A quack doctor was operating at Cabral y Baez
  • Three more women killed by former lovers
  • Prosecutor cries "foul" as court frees four
  • Take an umbrella
Monday, 26 December 2011
  • President celebrates his birthday
  • RD$250 million in budget for two new courts
  • Justices for the Supreme Court of Justice of the Dominican Republic
  • Justices for the Supreme Electoral Court of the Dominican Republic
  • Justices for the new Constitutional Court
  • First task Supreme Court: Evaluate all judges
  • 26 dead over the holidays
  • Al Horford and Amelia Vega
  • Chilly and raining
  • Cibao & Santo Domingo Baseball Series
  • Milly Quezada and Johnny Ventura
Wednesday, 21 December 2011
  • DR1 breaks for the holidays
  • The Supreme Electoral Court
  • Conjoined twins return
  • Drink all!
  • Tonty Rutinel protests treatment by staying in jail
  • Johnny Jones to LMD
  • An Award for Ada Balcacer
  • Construction worker technical school
  • Dominican screenwriter wins prestigious award
  • Sacred cows and drug trafficking
  • Puerto Rican pilot shot in the head
  • Baseball update
  • Santo Domingo Christmas schedule
Tuesday, 20 December 2011
  • Marranzini announces 24-hour electricity for holidays
  • Foreign company to install generator
  • Voter registration closes tonight
  • CONEP wants IMF to be flexible
  • Nerves on edge as judges are selected
  • DR infant mortality rate too high
  • Judges release counterfeiters on bail
  • Pilot found in Higuey beaten to death
  • Baby, it's cold outside!
  • Baseball news
  • Vicente Garcia at Lucia 203
Monday, 19 December 2011
  • Time to act
  • Adocco denounces corruption regarding loans
  • Another case against judge Sanchez Molina
  • Chief of Police says Vantroi threatened relatives
  • Marijuana plantation in Puerto Plata
  • Drug agents in complicity
  • It's colder than air conditioning
  • Winter Baseball Roundup
  • Camp Rock, the musical at Bellas Artes
  • Christmas story at the San Francisco Ruins
  • Hard Rock Cafe's Xmas concert
Friday, 16 December 2011
  • Cacao growers get RD$770 million
  • Safe Christmas operation
  • Olga Herrera Carbuccia to International Criminal Court
  • Deputies approve millions in loans
  • Government requests more loans
  • Neighborhood favored by revocation of high-rise court decision
  • Danilo Medina takes on the 4% education commitment
  • Western side of city gets a big health club
  • Fulbright Scholarships
  • Tono Lena in Puerto Rico
  • Movie-style raid aborts 1,077-kilo cocaine shipment
  • Maritime drug shipment blockade
  • Clearance sale at Home Gallery
  • It's chilly
  • Dominican Winter Baseball Update
  • Art by juvenile delinquents on show at museum
  • Victor Victor at Lucia 203
  • Sergio Vargas at Jet Set
Thursday, 15 December 2011
  • Fernandez says others want to copy Metro
  • Only a few cities have paid holiday bonus
  • Christmas cheer will begin on Sunday
  • RD$95 billion in pension money in BC and Reservas
  • Industrialists worried
  • Tonty Rutinel jailed on spousal abuse charges
  • Justice will go after judge
  • Supreme Court extradites "Tono Lena"
  • Accused drug trafficker says he gave check to PLD
  • Smoke from Rafey affects Santiago
  • A work of art focuses on problems
  • Night of the Art Galleries
Wednesday, 14 December 2011
  • President says crime is down
  • Fernandez warns of misuse of media
  • La Vega jail goes up for RD$280m
  • Inflation reaches 7.64% for the year
  • No Christmas money for city employees - yet
  • Fourth graders do poorly in tests
  • Expelled "student" leader was not a good student
  • Supreme Court hears extradition request
  • Yet another use for plantains
  • Rivera Diaz was a killer and sadist
  • Police officer halts robbery and wounds assailant
  • Venezuela defeats DR in All Star Game
  • Salsa legend Gilberto Santa Rosa live
Tuesday, 13 December 2011
  • President Fernandez in Santiago all day
  • Public Health issues water warning
  • Public car and bus drivers threaten fare hikes
  • CNM ends evaluations
  • Ege-Haina to install 500 megawatts
  • Puerto Rican capo did not like limelight
  • Another major drug bust at AILA
  • Bloody weekend at the Dario Contreras
  • Traffic changes around UASD
  • UASD expels a student
  • A new beer, non-alcoholic Brisa
  • All Star Game tonight in Caracas
  • Women in the Arts
Monday, 12 December 2011
  • Central Bank to seek extension with IMF
  • JCE will have OAS auditors in January
  • CNM on final leg of selections
  • National Health Insurance not sustainable
  • Fake embargoes on the rise
  • Ortega y Gasset tunnel almost finished
  • PR capo lived here for 10 years
  • Taino remains found at Playa Grande
  • Tragedy on Duarte Highway
  • Baseball Roundup
  • Wings & Roots: Ada Balcacer -- Mastery and Audacity of an Exceptional Artist
Friday, 09 December 2011
  • Celso wants IMF to ease restrictions
  • Court rejects appeal on CAP
  • 'Denaturalized' citizens protest at SCJ
  • PRD rift over solution to JCE crisis
  • Deputy declared RD$167 million
  • Most use double salary to pay debts
  • Why we should tip personally
  • Navy agents accused of collusion with illegal trip
  • Cuban arrested in coordinated operation
  • Blackout halts Metro
  • Baseball News
  • Dominican Winter League Results
  • Folk Dancing on Plaza Espana
Thursday, 08 December 2011
  • National survey of immigrants next year
  • ONE figures show lots of child labor
  • IMF team in electricity talks
  • AIRD favors privatizing EDEs
  • Agripino will convene dialogue next week
  • Deadline approaching for new cedulas
  • Experts call for careful use of water
  • Major figures back Pellerano and Mendoza
  • Search for survivors halted
  • Funny money circulating in Santiago
  • Villa Altagracia says good-bye to Sonia
  • Dominican Winter League Baseball Championships
  • Christmas shopping this weekend
Wednesday, 07 December 2011
  • Leonel takes to the streets
  • Senate approves development strategy for DR
  • Congress files away the Law on Parties
  • Insulza will send observers in May
  • Group asks for judges to be evaluated openly
  • Deputy Minister fired in abuse case
  • ADOEXPO estimates a 5% increase in exports this year
  • Anadegas suspends sales in Cibao
  • Eighteen appear in Puerto Rico
  • Pierre to be buried today
  • Winter League Baseball
  • Gilberto Santa Rosa at the National Theater
Tuesday, 06 December 2011
  • Fernandez signs Tuxtla Declaration
  • Government seeks more Caricom cooperation
  • Sonia Pierre mourned by many
  • Customs explains the Holiday Rules
  • Many still missing from shipwreck
  • Bloody Monday indeed!
  • PRD withdraws objection to Haime Thomas
  • Police are on foot and motorcycles
  • Eight are charged is large drug case
  • Winter League Baseball action tonight
  • Dancing in the Colonial City
Monday, 05 December 2011
  • Credits to the electric sector total US$1.738 billion
  • IMF liked deal between Pellerano and Central Bank
  • Sonia Pierre dies of a heart attack
  • Moreno: We're close to being a narco-state
  • Too many colmados for Police to watch
  • Santiago grows and so does chaos
  • At least 3% miss flight because they are late
  • Another boat capsizes, three dead
  • A safer environment with technology
  • Police shoot Vimenca robber
  • Weekend Winter League Baseball
  • Britney in Santo Domingo this week
Friday, 02 December 2011
  • Fernandez pins hopes on Arab ties
  • Electricity rates remain unchanged
  • AIRD wants electricity to respond to market
  • Second announcement of Safe Christmas 2011
  • Pensioners to get Christmas money
  • Mejia to launch 'Morena' Cards
  • JCE crisis no closer to solution
  • Pellerano case goes viral
  • Leonel's driver in hot water
  • Popular Autoferia now open
  • Hotels and boat owners at odds
  • Temperatures to stay comfortable
  • A Cuban duel tonight
  • Birdwatching at the National Botanical Garden
Thursday, 01 December 2011
  • DR and Qatar agree on ties
  • Senate approves RD$18 billion in bonds and a billion for Christmas
  • Supreme Court ratifies decision on children born to foreigners
  • High hopes for today's PRD-PLD meeting
  • DR is not very transparent
  • Extradition hearing set for Rodriguez Cruz
  • AIDS down by 25%
  • Police pledge to make arrests in shooting deaths
  • Thieves have a field day in Santiago
  • A National Treasure is lost
  • Separated conjoined twins are walking now
  • Last night's baseball action
  • Support local crafts and producers this Christmas
Wednesday, 30 November 2011
  • Presidents Fernandez and Santos sign agreements
  • Government commission visits Washington
  • Narco's driver dismissed from Army
  • DR mineral wealth far from exhausted
  • People say Pellerano should be free
  • Four die on Las Americas Expressway
  • Baseball results from last night
  • Voices of an Island concert
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
  • Emir of Qatar to visit the DR
  • First problems over lack of TSE
  • Parties work on solutions for JCE
  • PRD distances itself from narco
  • Hurricane season ends tomorrow
  • A little known hospital serves the poor
  • Three million taken in Santiago
  • Forty survive capsized boat
  • Las Americas girding for Christmas rush
  • Andy Garcia starts filming in the DR
  • Baseball last night
  • Folkloric Fiesta at Plaza de Espana
Monday, 28 November 2011
  • Fernandez goes to Colombia today
  • Rosario says parties do not rule JCE
  • Informal sector provides 56% of jobs
  • Suppliers promise plenty for Christmas
  • Margarita proclaimed in Santiago
  • Serious blackouts affect much of Sto Dgo
  • DR tries to stop export of old batteries
  • Crocs and lizards are endangered
  • DR is hurt hard by climate change
  • Weekend baseball roundup
  • Wings & Roots: Ada Balcacer - Mastery and Audacity of an Exceptional Artist
Friday, 25 November 2011
  • New start of Agro-City
  • Deputies approve 75 changes to Penal Process Code
  • If you want money, just raise your hand
  • PC says government should pay attention
  • Dialogue seen as road to solving JCE crisis
  • Marranzini to Santiago today
  • Bosses want care to be taken of SS
  • Moca jail riot ends in one death
  • International Day of Non-Violence against Women
  • No-hitters are never forgotten
  • Colonial City crafts fair
Thursday, 24 November 2011
  • Yzaguirre addressed education and ills at Amcham
  • CNM interviews 13 candidates
  • PRD and PLD meet
  • More policemen take to the streets
  • Hundreds march against violence against women
  • Police to punish agents who do not support victims
  • Colonels testify in contract killer trial
  • Traffickers used Casa de Campo dock
  • Just three malls will employ 6,600
  • Winter League Baseball
  • Thanksgiving dinner in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 23 November 2011
  • A new option for education
  • Overpasses and tunnel to be delivered soon
  • Deputies approve changes to Minors Code
  • CNM continues evaluating candidates
  • UNDP study shows ups and downs for DR
  • Mejia confident a solution will be found
  • LPG consumption falls off by 27 million gallons
  • Figueroa Agosto loot split up
  • Martha Heredia to pay RD$1.5 million to victim
  • Great games last night
  • Dancing in the Colonial City
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
  • Fernandez inaugurates LR hospital
  • The Central Bank has RD$198 million in abandoned accounts
  • Legislation to control used auto parts
  • If they could only come together
  • Primary Care Centers are on the way
  • A mother cries for her son
  • Tourist flow increased by 3.6% in October
  • Violence in schools
  • Accused killer of five extradited
  • Police kill thief who stole RD$2 million
  • Aerodom announces simulations today and tomorrow
  • Nice weather but rough water
  • Technology Fair at INTEC
Monday, 21 November 2011
  • CDEEE will not get IDB credit
  • Authorities find more Figueroa properties
  • Police transfer San Cristobal officials
  • Dominican arrested in NY bomb plot
  • Better be careful at lights
  • Landslides on Constanza highway
  • Ethical commission to investigate C-sections
  • Archeological find in Cotui
  • Tourists drown in Cabarete
  • Big turnout for "Love me as I am"
  • Dominican Winter League Championship
  • Benefit Fashion Show in Punta Cana
  • Women in the Arts
Friday, 18 November 2011
  • Honors for Danny Glover and Geraldine Chaplin
  • Plaza Guibia inaugurated
  • Western Malecon should be next
  • DR attracts megabucks from Venezuela
  • Dominican lawyer to international arbitration commission
  • Hamilton Campaigns poll shows tie
  • Justina Pacheco, Optimist sailor to watch
  • Baseball round-up
  • 4th Guitar Festival
  • Celebrities for children with special needs
  • International Rodeo Contest
  • Drift Championship
  • Indian Gastronomic Festival
  • Time to visit the Botanical Gardens
  • Wings & Roots: Ada Balcacer
Thursday, 17 November 2011
  • Santiwood? Dominiwood? Five films for 2012
  • Central Bank frees up money for housing
  • IMF and DR discuss that 18% rate increase
  • 100% of credit cards contracts contain unfair clauses
  • Pathologists under difficult conditions in Santiago
  • CONEP talks to candidates
  • Municipal electoral judge fired by JCE
  • Asonahores and transport
  • DNCD complains about another judge
  • German arrested for visa scams
  • Small craft warning for north coast
  • Mendy Lopez sets new baseball record
  • Chess genius in the making
  • Winter League Baseball
  • India-Dominican Republic update
Wednesday, 16 November 2011
  • Cholera under control
  • Reorganizing motoconchistas
  • The 2010 Census & Statistical Conference of the Americas
  • JCE is thinking about Frias
  • NY Attorney General honored for Sosua work
  • New Boom service competes for remittances
  • Diabetes affects many in DR
  • An evening of fine Dominican cigars in NYC
  • Grand Folklore Gala
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
  • Money flows on 8 December
  • Chavez and Fernandez are still friends
  • Last chance to pass
  • DR inflation hits 7.54% over 10 months
  • More women's refuges needed
  • Eric Holder signs agreement in Medicare case
  • Community wants to know about damage to Camu
  • Strike was only lukewarm
  • Dominican banks required to report on US citizens' holdings
  • More La Sirena superstores
  • The 2011 Corripio Foundation Prizes
  • St. Louis offers Albert Pujols 9 years at US$210 million
  • Winter League Baseball
  • Funglode's Film Festival in the DR
  • Dominican Global Film Festival in Haiti
  • Talk by Rudolph W. Giuliani
Monday, 14 November 2011
  • Foreign investment at US$12.2 billion in 7 years
  • Former presidents meet in Santo Domingo
  • New bill to increase electricity tariffs submitted
  • Protests against electricity tariff increase
  • Questions the DR now needs to address
  • Cowardly governments
  • Banks to take 1% to Supreme Court
  • Expensive Avtur affects hotel competitiveness
  • US Attorney General Eric Holder visits
  • Monday strike called
  • Estrella calls for stop tightening the screws on the people
  • Margarita Cedeno campaigns for Danilo
  • Senator Amilcar Romero's office vandalized
  • Theft at Maria Montez Airport
  • Baseball update
  • Construmedia's Expo Feria Inmobiliaria
  • Snowtime at Acropolis Mall
Friday, 11 November 2011
  • Fernandez calls for diversifying investments
  • US Navy mission in Santo Domingo
  • Marranzini will resign if electricity tariffs ordered to increase
  • Mulattoes, blacks and whites
  • Election results to be immediate
  • Duty free Christmas gifts
  • Calle El Sol in Santiago going pedestrian
  • Woman pediatrician to head medical association
  • Cap Cana can't meet bond payments
  • A shack at La Lira
  • Rains forecast
  • Baseball update
  • Rent at Bellas Artes
  • Placido Domingo at the National Theater
Thursday, 10 November 2011
  • Government says IMF pressures increasing rates
  • Strings tied to IDB electricity loan
  • JCE proposal gets support but...
  • Have you renewed your vehicle plates?
  • Fadul: AI wants to damage our tourism
  • The Police rent 180 stations
  • Orange inaugurates its green tower
  • Sur Futuro helps 300,000
  • The "Watchies" do not have it easy
  • The Chief talks about the Agosto hitmen
  • Pancha gets her voice back
  • Dominican Baseball Winter League
  • Vintage jewelry
Wednesday, 09 November 2011
  • More euro bonds
  • Successful separation of conjoined twins
  • Seniors to get flu vaccines
  • Drink away for Christmas
  • 1.2 employees to professors at UASD
  • Interview with Maria del Mar Mella
  • Deputies pass stronger penalties for minors
  • UN sued for compensation for cholera damage
  • Mejia leads in Zogby poll
  • Copper contraband confiscated
  • Brownfield: collaboration is key to fight drug trafficking
  • Alfredo Simon cleared by Dominican justice
  • Tropical Storm Sean brings high surf to north coast
  • Licey leads in winter baseball
  • DR Jazz Festival
Tuesday, 08 November 2011
  • President awards writers of '63 Constitution
  • Duarte Highway to be closed in part for a month
  • JCE to talk to parties about Computer Center
  • Fernandez announces 3,000 more cops on patrol
  • Child labor reduced in DR
  • Collapsed building didn't have the right permits
  • School occupation ends as Libertarios leave
  • Prices of mass consumption items going up
  • Jimmy Carter will be here tomorrow
  • Attorney General guarantees life of La Soga
  • Puerto Rico detains fewer Dominican illegals
  • Three months jail for Willy Aybar
  • Eyewitness describes parking space murder
  • Caroline Goulding at the National Theater
Monday, 07 November 2011
  • Investment conference
  • Metro gulps 47% of government investment in 2012
  • The Office of the Second Lady?
  • Franklin Frias says he is staying at JCE
  • Halt to multi-sport facility constructions
  • Los Libertarios protest take over Escuela Argentina
  • Gender violence
  • Too many teen pregnancies
  • Forged IDs sold to Haitians
  • Another civil registry scam
  • Four floor construction collapses
  • Preventive custody in parking lot murder case
  • Victor Estrella climbs in pro tennis
  • Placido Domingo at the National Theater
Friday, 04 November 2011
  • Fernandez applauds new software graduates
  • Setting boundaries to Los Haitises
  • Understanding the Constitution
  • US$200 million IDB loan to electricity sector
  • So beautiful, so expensive
  • Oxfam study urges attention to farming
  • Murder over a parking space
  • Honoring Mateo Rojas Alou
  • Brewers open new baseball academy in DR
  • Closing the 2011 Symphony Season
  • Rock at the 26th Biennial of Visual Arts
Thursday, 03 November 2011
  • Medina presents Margarita as his running mate
  • Fernandez calls on police to respect human rights
  • Support for Church's request to JCE
  • CNM interviews candidates
  • Possible energy deficit
  • Anadegas says Hydrocarbon Law needs modifying
  • The mysterious meetings at the US Embassy
  • Multi-Modal Port Caucedo to launch logistics center
  • Winter Baseball League update
Wednesday, 02 November 2011
  • Speeches at the CONEP luncheon
  • Industrial sector wants 24/7 rules of the game
  • Obligations of the budget law
  • The Franklin Frias case at the JCE
  • New Civil Code
  • Bilingual graduates
  • CDEEE's new smart meter technology
  • DR has good image in Germany
  • Agora mall opens this year
  • Florida man arrested for pornography
  • 3 Dominicans win Gold Glove awards
  • Wind farm tours
  • Latin American Motorcycling Competition
Tuesday, 01 November 2011
  • Calls for clarity at JCE computer center
  • Under 50% have renewed registrations
  • Benedict XVI confirms Lopez Rodriguez
  • Hipolito and Danilo get together
  • Higher costs slow housing sales
  • Former PN officer flees
  • The hunt is on for four more in plane theft
  • Customs hauls in US$625,000 from traveler
  • Lots of rain
  • Danny Glover to be awarded PhD by UASD
  • Miriam Cruz at the Jaragua
Monday, 31 October 2011
  • Israeli agriculture minister to visit
  • Nationality cases under investigation privileged
  • Latin American Barometer shows citizen confidence at a low
  • Main causes of death in the Dominican Republic
  • Transport costs more than tuition for many at UASD
  • Sambil of Venezuela now renting
  • Arrests in the case of the stolen Beechcraft King Air
  • Rains forecast
  • Luguelin Santos is talk of the Pan Am Games
  • Winter League Baseball
  • Ricky Martin coming
  • Peruvian Gastronomy Festival
Friday, 28 October 2011
  • New for 2012 elections
  • Differences at the JCE
  • No accountability at political parties
  • Obesity becoming a problem
  • Dominican wins Cisco Netriders competition
  • Improving garbage collection service
  • Felix Sanchez wins Pan Am bronze
  • One more World Series Game
  • Winter League Baseball
  • Manos Quietas at the National Theater
Thursday, 27 October 2011
  • 2012 Budget signed into law
  • President Fernandez to Miami, not Venezuela
  • Santiago's streetcars delayed again
  • Colonial Zone gets US$30 million
  • Rosario backs Franklin Frias
  • Water bottlers closed down
  • Dominican rum in 40 countries
  • New York wants more professionals
  • Attention US voters in DR
  • Missing Beechcraft plane found in Venezuela
  • Defendant in plane heist sent to jail
  • Rains today and tomorrow
  • 40 minutes of glory at Pan Ams
  • Winter League Baseball
  • Cirque du Soleil in October
Wednesday, 26 October 2011
  • President Fernandez to Paraguay Summit
  • Samana's panoramic new road
  • Presidency promotes First Lady
  • Asisa poll shows Medina leads Mejia
  • Conjoined twins surgery set for 7 November
  • Richard D. Holder on doing business in the DR
  • Lieutenant arrested in plane theft
  • Lots of unanswered questions in airplane theft case
  • Justice favors Rizik Rodriguez again
  • 625 kilos of cocaine on ship had left the DR
  • Dominican fashion week makes Vogue
  • Winter Baseball update
  • Rent at Bellas Artes
Tuesday, 25 October 2011
  • DR gets solar energy park
  • DR to UN agency
  • Migration Ruling: Too complicated and costly to implement
  • Working together for the Mirador del Sur Park
  • The government sent solution to UASD
  • Once more into the (Metro) fray
  • DR tells IACHR to reject complaints
  • Senate not happy with Sanchez Roa
  • Colonial Zone remake could leave hundreds homeless
  • Oil bill will reach US$4.6 billion this year
  • Plane robberies are not new
  • Authorities have said nothing about airplane
  • Sued misused RD$3 billion
  • Ocoa is a Mecca for greenhouses
  • Winter Baseball update
  • Oye Mi Voz concert
Monday, 24 October 2011
  • Economy forecast to grow 5%
  • Garbage filter for Ozama and Isabela rivers
  • Video on passing of 2012 National Budget
  • Trampling all over the Constitution
  • Dominicans pay their debts
  • Now, stealing planes!
  • Arrest at the JCE
  • Former general murdered in robbery
  • Messenger makes off with RD$5 million
  • Juan Rubelin Ramirez Beltre wins gold in wrestling
  • Sandy Gabriel at the Teatro Nacional
Friday, 21 October 2011
  • Guaigui Dam restarted
  • Security Conference
  • The logistics of the new Migration ruling
  • Resources needed for Migration
  • DR slides in Doing Business report
  • A garbage dump outside Duquesa
  • Tarantulas from Mexico to Switzerland
  • Police officer, son and bodyguard killed in accident
  • US citizen suspected of marijuana operation
  • Dominicans in the World Series
  • 6 medals on Tuesday
  • Busy program at Centro Cultural Perello
  • Colores de la Danza
Thursday, 20 October 2011
  • Congress fast tracks 2012 National Budget
  • Groups insist on Budget changes
  • Migration Law ruling passed
  • JCE delivers voter registrations
  • Collapse causes concern
  • Channel 11 soap teaches personal finances
  • Advanced tool for local cataract operations
  • Students give Hugs for Peace
  • On trial for huge DGII fraud
  • Chief says many cops have "godfathers"
  • Baseball
  • Placido Domingo booked for Santo Domingo
  • Stand up comedy
Wednesday, 19 October 2011
  • New facilities for National Archives
  • Deputies ok budget, same as senators
  • Taking on debt to pay debt
  • Hubieres again
  • Lots of plans but little action to save rivers
  • How to avoid land fraud
  • 500-year dwelling collapses
  • 102 kilos seized on illegal boat
  • DR women's volleyball team in the semi-finals
  • Dallas press focuses on Nelson Cruz
  • Nelson Cruz vs Alberto Pujols
  • Winter Pro Baseball update
  • Poetry Festival
Tuesday, 18 October 2011
  • Advocating the passing of the bankruptcy bill
  • Dominguez Brito calls for certifications
  • JCE cancels 924 cedulas
  • Adolescent pregnancies a concern
  • More people in Solidarity Program
  • Dominican love to play lotto
  • Banks lose profits and credit costs more
  • Exports grow with DR-CAFTA
  • Kraft partners with cacao producers
  • PLD moves to put Margarita on ticket
  • Alan Garcia had dealings with Canaan
  • 102 kilos seized on illegal boat
  • Two alleged killers killed
  • Gold in women's table tennis
  • Dominican Winter League
  • Dominicana Moda 2011
  • Iberoamerican Film Festival
Monday, 17 October 2011
  • Boca Chica to get better
  • Philip Morris to invest RD$500 million
  • RD$1.2 billion in automobile sales
  • 24 Dominicans to Global Shapers Community
  • Martelly calls for restart of tourism in Haiti
  • Rivers suffer neglect and depredation
  • 176 police and military in crime
  • Rizik Rodriguez to stand trial in Higuey
  • Super Nelson Cruz
  • Albert Pujols and the Cardinals
  • Two golds in tae kwon do
  • Dominicana Moda
Friday, 14 October 2011
  • IDB chief praises Fernandez
  • Renewable energy
  • Legislature flush with cash
  • UASD shutdown
  • 9.7% for car financing
  • Foreign political advisors
  • Studying the South Korean SME model
  • Mejia promises to fight corruption
  • Anti-corruption Festival launched
  • Asisa poll shows Danilo Medina ahead
  • 110 Cuban illegal boat people arrested
  • Play Ball at brand new Quisqueya Ball Park
  • Dominican team to the Pan Am Games
  • Hansel and Gretel at the National Theater
  • Oktoberfest at Ocean World
Thursday, 13 October 2011
  • Fernandez's new trip abroad
  • New ambassadors
  • Higher courts judge candidates interviewed
  • Columbus Day celebrated
  • Public Works to close Las Americas tunnel
  • Four sectors lay claim to 33.6% of budget
  • Conep points out vote needed
  • Poor total almost a third of DR population
  • Blackberry problems affect DR
  • 'Brides' march against violence
  • Hunger in the Dominican Republic
  • Mejia and Vargas at odds over VP
  • Threats by hitmen scare witnesses
  • DR-CAFTA impact report
  • Anthropology & archaeology congress
  • Moscow Ballet on Ice
Wednesday, 12 October 2011
  • Wind farm in Pedernales
  • US$3,000 in gifts
  • DR and Israel
  • UASD to implement continuing requirements
  • 1,500 military to patrol streets
  • Drug seizures in DR are a record
  • Danilo Medina meets President Santos
  • DR's "indignados" movement
  • Brugal social awards
  • New European tourists
  • Open letter to Sonia Pierre
  • Caribbean Export workshop
  • Yordano booked for Hard Rock Cafe
  • Richard Bona at the Jaragua
Tuesday, 11 October 2011
  • Leonel meets the people in Cienfuegos
  • Ministry settles labor dispute
  • PC says approval was rushed
  • Professional students get to stay on in UASD
  • Banks dispute DGII statistics on interest rate payments
  • Israel says it was disappointed
  • Another nickel mine in Maimon
  • DR's first wind farm opens
  • Insurers pay hundreds of millions
  • Garcia admits pressure to step down
  • Even Valdez Albizu's credit card was cloned
  • Facebook post leads to killing
  • Rains forecast
  • Bocatabu takes rock abroad
  • Dominican gymnast is third in World Cup
  • Nelson Cruz decides for the Rangers
  • Oktoberfest in Santo Domingo
Monday, 10 October 2011
  • Consensus of Santo Domingo
  • Mahmoud Abbas in Santo Domingo
  • Hidden costs raise tax burden
  • IDB funds for the Colonial City
  • The high cost of UASD students
  • Medina reduces spread with Mejia
  • 1,434 kilos cocaine seized
  • German fugitive arrested in Boca Chica
  • Marcos Diaz wins Hong Kong swim
  • Love Child considered for Academy Award
  • Colombian Food Festival
Friday, 07 October 2011
  • Another bridge for the Ozama
  • DGII defends Regulation 13-2011
  • Bid for UNESCO recognition of merengue
  • Conep criticizes fast-tracking budget
  • Less money for education in 2012
  • Mahmoud Abbas visits today
  • Less tax led to progress in Panama, says Martinelli
  • The nerve Hillary touched
  • Hillary blames corruption for drug trafficking
  • Combat drugs by the demand side
  • Dominican soldier killed in Afghanistan
  • Canadian trade mission
  • Murder in Piantini
  • Weekend events
Thursday, 06 October 2011
  • President inaugurates Competitiveness Forum
  • Budget flies through the Senate
  • Subero fears courts will be bankrupt
  • US calls for greater fairness and transparency
  • Insulza calls for settlement of nationality claims
  • US$110 billion in infrastructure
  • Deputies to honor Yaqui and Cantisano
  • PRD calls for JCE action
  • UASD to begin dropping students
  • Visit by Abbas will close streets
  • HanesBrands goes green
  • Steve Jobs on everyone's mind
  • Dominican music scores big
  • Jean Gentil wins in T&T Film Festival
  • Anthony Santos and bachata at Hard Rock
Wednesday, 05 October 2011
  • Laesa adds 51 megawatts to Cibao generation
  • Focus on small business
  • Seeking international support for 4% drive
  • Internships and career counseling at Funglode
  • Good-priced hams for Christmas
  • Presidente seeks to be the Taste of the Caribbean
  • Online appointments for German visas
  • Drug addiction grabs kids
  • Adrian Beltre bats Texas ahead
  • DR loses to Cuba, but defeats Germany in baseball
  • Grand Prix Caribe Mobil 1
  • European Films at the Cinemateca
  • Sly de Moya at La Cantina de El Agave
Tuesday, 04 October 2011
  • Pathways to Prosperity 4th Ministerial Meeting
  • Competitiveness Conference
  • Another look at the 2012 budget
  • Big budget for metro security, small for border
  • SIE says no rate hikes for October
  • Twelve schools closed down
  • Enriquillo Lake is complex set of issues
  • An agreement to get tough on drug offenders
  • Neighbors want Torre de Plata demolished
  • Metro breakdown leaves hundreds stranded
  • JCE resignation stirs doubts
  • Las Carreras Ave in Santiago to go express
  • Expect some rains today
  • Pierre Verger photography exhibition
  • Colombian Food Festival at the InterContinental
Monday, 03 October 2011
  • Second SD Metro line ready for February
  • The National Budget
  • Court rules to suspend bank obligation
  • March for 4% for education
  • Border project
  • Hydroelectric central off Enriquillo Lake
  • Know your rights re the Electricity Law
  • Why Miguel Angel Garcia quit the JCE
  • Professional student to preside UASD student council
  • US Consular office in Punta Cana
  • Prolonged 3D viewing could be health hazard
  • 205 kilos of cocaine seized
  • Maunaloa Night Club to be expanded
  • Alberto Ulloa and Nereyda Rodriguez die
  • Oktoberfest in Punta Cana
Thursday, 29 September 2011
  • Fernandez wants cell blockers now
  • Hillary is coming next month
  • More Metro money approved
  • Long school day needs more support
  • Campaign for 4% takes to the streets again
  • ARL has billions; CNSS will use 1.5
  • Aserca stops flying to DR
  • Olivares doubts 7,000 lawyer IDs are forged
  • Director of Prisons objects to appeal sentence
  • Palave Method works on criminals
  • Police dismiss 21 officers and men
  • Shark attack off of Samana
  • Jose Reyes is NL batting champion
  • Rains will continue today
  • Boca Chica meditates
Wednesday, 28 September 2011
  • Fernandez marks start of new US Embassy
  • Highway for East Coast
  • Japanese students visit Vice President
  • Reforestation month
  • Security enhanced at Caucedo
  • Guerrero: big fish in Figueroa case were not touched
  • German kills family and commits suicide
  • Peace Boat in Santo Domingo
  • Hailstorm in Santiago
  • On the calendar
Tuesday, 27 September 2011
  • Danilo approves Margarita
  • US experts study Lake Enriquillo
  • Happy Birthday Penal Code?
  • JCE won't go after "Leo Nunez"
  • The 7,000 fake lawyers
  • DR outranks Haiti in teen pregnancies
  • Communities up in arms over blackouts
  • No classes today in the UASD
  • Sobeida and six are sentenced
  • Opinions differ on Figueroa Agosto sentences
  • Two majors retired and colonel retired
  • Low-pressure system will bring rains
  • III Concert of the National Symphony Orchestra Season
Monday, 26 September 2011
  • President Fernandez returns
  • Fernandez: Margarita Cedeno will make a fine VP
  • The candidates for the higher courts
  • 7,000 lawyers with fake IDs
  • Changes in banknote bills
  • Internet spam bill moves
  • Crime and government
  • Conjoined twins separation begins
  • More police patrols, but security remains the same
  • Judges release 12 serious crime suspects
  • High blood pressure affects 38% of Dominicans
  • Contradictions in the force
  • Taste Santo Domingo
  • Pila de Musica with Victor Victor
Friday, 23 September 2011
  • President Fernandez's speech at the UN
  • 6.4 million voters in 2012 presidential election
  • Organic farming in the DR
  • Dominican wins Genius Grant
  • Slain Ubri's SUV found in parts
  • Crime hits the Police's own
  • Manny Ramirez needs to be active in MLB
  • Puerto Plata Merengue Festival
  • Maridalia and Pablo Milanes
  • Busy weekend
Thursday, 22 September 2011
  • Fernandez at UN this afternoon
  • Ministry warns of illegal charges
  • Senate modifies SCJ law
  • Remittances are 6% of GDP
  • Rice farmers march for better prices
  • Mangoes are a million-dollar business
  • Press announces arrests in colonel's murder
  • Santiago suffers from violence and scandals
  • Sports caps to ship cocaine
  • Rains forecast for today
  • Taiwan acrobat show again tonight
  • Karen Souza & the Cooltrane Quartet
Wednesday, 21 September 2011
  • Presidents Fernandez and Santos in New York
  • Venezuela to sell more oil
  • Economists focus on wasteful spending
  • New Nuclear Medicine Unit
  • Take a closer look at LAC-China relations
  • Mejia Angomas fired in San Cristobal
  • Horrendous murder-suicide in Veron
  • Police arrest suspects in Ubri murder
  • Drug traffickers use DR military installations
  • Army captain trafficking in marijuana
  • Watch Manny play ball!
  • Contemporary Dance Festival
  • Taiwan Acrobats
  • Pavel Nunez at Lucia 203
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
  • Ban Ki-moon agrees with Fernandez
  • Fernandez and Martelly meet
  • UN Ministerial Meeting for Haiti
  • Award for President Fernandez
  • Public Health spends RD$900 million on diseases
  • Free Zones as players in Promese program
  • CONEP renews call for clear rules
  • JCE annuls birth certificate of Figueroa Agosto's child
  • Police arrest two Haitians for killing Frenchman
  • DNCD officer murder point blank
  • Philly mayor offers US$25,000 reward
  • Police arrest killers of foreigners
  • More rain on the way
  • Ricky Martin in Santo Domingo
  • Tribute to Metallica at Hard Rock Cafe
Monday, 19 September 2011
  • Fernandez inaugurates Centro Perello
  • Fernandez's world crusade
  • 40-44% of births are of Haitians
  • Eduardo Estrella is official candidate
  • Medina defends Fernandez administration
  • Drug chief right hand murdered
  • Police criticizes lenience of courts
  • Gaby Mercedes will be flag-bearer
  • DR loses to US in volleyball
  • Great evening with Victor Victor
Friday, 16 September 2011
  • IMF mission forecasts 4% growth in 2011
  • Fernandez approves 3% for education
  • National Walk for Education
  • Luxury government apartments
  • UASD: bottomless pit
  • Migration director can't do anything
  • Mejia tours Europe
  • Columbus Lighthouse musket recovered
  • Sweet plantain pizza!
  • Busy weekend
Thursday, 15 September 2011
  • Canadian tourists and investors
  • CNE approves 4% budget
  • Lots and lots of money
  • Free Zone salaries increased
  • CNM to hold public hearings on judges
  • Marranzini answers complaints
  • Expert urges solution to electricity crisis
  • Dominicans love plantains
  • Clinics hold off suspension of services
  • Police report 51 agents died in 10 months
  • Low-pressure trough brings wind and rain
  • Woody Allen's Adulterios
Wednesday, 14 September 2011
  • Canada's Diane Ablonczy visits
  • The UN proposal from a Dominican perspective
  • Palestinian leader expected
  • Fernandez's contradictions
  • Power service improves in ranking
  • 2011 inflation set at 7.28%
  • Vinci's INAPA contract
  • Hamilton Campaigns poll
  • PRD has largest following says poll
  • Mejia leads in CID Gallup poll
  • Musket stolen from Columbus Lighthouse
  • Cecilia Garcia is Maria Callas
Tuesday, 13 September 2011
  • President Fernandez on global speculation
  • Expanding government doesn't benefit the poor
  • State Senators will dine with Leonel
  • Authorities announce stronger anti-crime measures
  • Dogs for cell phones
  • Chief Justice urges judges to use criteria
  • Neighbors want juvenile offenders out
  • Three cops arrested
  • Truckers close highway
  • Police arrest man with 18 priors
  • Water comes back slowly
  • Clinics will halt service to SFS
  • Dangerous surf on north coast
  • Expo-Cibao 2011 opens tomorrow
  • Saturday is Beach Cleanup Day
  • Shalom Amigos
Monday, 12 September 2011
  • Outcome of Santiago crime talks
  • Mexican cartels are here, says drug enforcement chief
  • Minister Diane Ablonczy visits from Canada
  • What was the tax reform for?
  • Legal framework sought for Dominican Naval Auxiliary Corps
  • Shoes made in the DR
  • Judgment favors Nuria Piera and free press
  • Irregularities in police breakfast program
  • The Last Survivors update
  • DR gets another chance at a qualifier
  • It's time for the Toros
  • Pavel Nunez at Lucia 203
Friday, 09 September 2011
  • New vocational school for Santiago
  • Fernandez wants more talk on crime
  • Corruption burdens the DR
  • Conep comments on Competitiveness report
  • Government spending on Education
  • Heart Foundation to work in Santo Domingo
  • Barrick power plant
  • International internships through GlobeX
  • Danilo's campaign team
  • No to violence
  • Inmates beat child killer
  • Wilton Guerrero told us so
  • DR loses to Puerto Rico and Argentina
  • Ballet of Colombia
Thursday, 08 September 2011
  • CNM increases judges on SCJ
  • Ministry will deliver information of fuel costs
  • INDRHI want 12 more dams
  • 85 deported in 17 months
  • Ten candidates sign education pact
  • Senate budget addition
  • Yet another scandal with Bani aqueduct
  • Hundreds demonstrate peacefully against crime
  • Former prosecutor arrested in document scandal
  • National 9/11 Museum will honor 47 Dominicans
  • Onamet is watching a low-pressure wave
  • Recycled art surprises
Wednesday, 07 September 2011
  • UN Refugee Commissioner visits
  • Aqueducts inaugurals
  • Power saving not gospel in government
  • Government wants to borrow more from Brazil
  • Government gets a new break from the IMF
  • Polls reflect rejection of Fernandez government
  • Mejia signs for 4% GDP to education
  • Japan is good market for DR
  • Security enhanced in Colonial City
  • Venezuelan consul assaulted
  • Innocent bystander killed in protest
  • DR makes finals FIBA Championship
  • Protest today at Parque La Lira
  • Beach clean up day
Tuesday, 06 September 2011
  • More funds for education
  • FINJUS reiterates concerns about CNM
  • Lack of transparency at Public Works
  • Candidates to sign agreement on education
  • Lottery: Fix it or dump it
  • Rice producers warn harvest at risk
  • Armory owners distance themselves
  • UN High Commissioner to visit DR and Haiti
  • New offices for Orange
  • Frenchman who shot assailant extradited
  • Temperatures will go down
  • Dominicana Moda
Monday, 05 September 2011
  • Fernandez at steel rod plant inaugural
  • Climate change causes seaweed
  • More on Euclides Gutierrez
  • Fire at La Sirena
  • High surf on the north
  • Jose Bautista's No. 40
  • DR defeats Brazil in FIBA Tournament
  • DR defeats Panama in FIBA Tournament
  • Environmental Film Festival
Friday, 02 September 2011
  • Fernandez in Santiago Rodriguez
  • Changes in the Police
  • Dominican Naval Auxiliary
  • Fernandez on corruption and the military
  • Barrick alerts to environmental conservation
  • Office Depot opens in Santo Domingo
  • Simplifying visa procedure
  • Wake up
  • Assailant killed in robbery attempt
  • Robbery halted at Puerto Plata bank
  • DR off path of Katia, so far
  • Amelia Vega is judge at Miss Universe
  • DR team gives in to Canada
  • Felix Sanchez 4th in Athletics
  • -Sting and more concerts in September
Thursday, 01 September 2011
  • Euclides withdraws summons
  • Fernandez extends diesel subsidy
  • Government begins paying debts
  • Senate approves disabled rights law
  • Some schools get approval for tuition hikes
  • Ede-Norte says AES Andres caused blackouts
  • DA charges Figueroa Agosto contract killers
  • Police shoot alleged hitman in Santiago
  • Onamet watching Katia
  • Horford leads Dominican comeback
  • Enrique Iglesias in concert
Wednesday, 31 August 2011
  • President Fernandez in Santiago
  • Choosing the judges set for 7 September
  • Invest in DR commercial paper
  • PLD politicians coax Gutierrez to pay
  • Consumers drive the DR economy
  • Two tons of cocaine seized in less than a year
  • Russian arrested with drugs in PUJ
  • DR defeats Cuba in FIBA opener
  • Cirque du Soleil in October
Tuesday, 30 August 2011
  • Ministry forced to give report to "Bajame la Gasolina"
  • Major issues with water coming to DN
  • "Too many irregularities" in CDEEE audit
  • Ag Bank and Superintendent criticize HM
  • Five arrested for fake birth certificates
  • Journalists reject Raul Reyes Vasquez
  • Latest Wikileaks slams banks and pension funds
  • A million single moms
  • Dominicans in Haiti were freed
  • DR immigrants to be protected in US
  • Cocaine shipped in iron bars
  • Nivar Arias suspect turns himself in
  • Santiago no longer peaceful
  • Onamet watching tropical storm
  • 25th Annual Asonahores Trade Show
Monday, 29 August 2011
  • 285 candidates for 40 judge posts
  • Internet hot spots nationwide
  • Najri + Dominican Naval Auxiliary
  • Operation for conjoined twins
  • Judge orders ministry to reveal gas price formula
  • WikiLeaks publishes all files on the DR
  • Danilo Medina is PLD candidate
  • Don't pay rice loans
  • Politics: Let's put aside the lies
  • Rains forecast
  • New York flight cancellations
  • DR defeats Canada in Brazil
  • Pavel Nunez + Sting
  • Korean organ music concert
Friday, 26 August 2011
  • New blood cancer center at Cedimat
  • Civil Defense director is back
  • Time Magazine: Super Tucanos have worked
  • Camacho vs. Cruz Pascual
  • Euclides Gutierrez electricity bill case
  • WikiLeaks file updates
  • 7-3 ratio of women to men university graduates
  • Breastfeed to stay out of jail
  • NY hurricane to affect DR
  • Behind the death of Pablo Garcia Fanjul
  • DR loses first two games in Brazil
  • Neiba grape fair
  • Novocentro Fine Arts film festival
Thursday, 25 August 2011
  • 15% wage increase for public school teachers
  • Economy grows 4%
  • Now easier to get the driver's license
  • Americas Competitiveness Forum
  • Irene's flooding consequences
  • Euclides Gutierrez's power bill
  • Gold for the DR in table tennis
  • DR basket team at the Tuto Marchand Cup
  • Design Caribbean show
  • Cecilia Garcia is Maria Callas
Wednesday, 24 August 2011
  • More and more aspire to judge posts
  • Immigration and Minustah at loggerheads
  • Washington Post: DR covers cost of Haitian births
  • The DR exports ice to Haiti
  • Virgilio Alcantara: DR ambassador to UN
  • Danilo presents campaign team
  • Hoy-Gallup Poll: the most pressing concerns
  • Internet clients increase, mobile phones down
  • Cleopatra tomb + Hong Kong dentist
  • Irene cuts off 25 towns; displaces thousands
  • Nuria opens fire on Euclides
  • Forty-year old fire trucks
  • Daughter returned SUV used in crime
  • Wikileaks on Quirino
  • Cuquin Victoria at the Casa de Teatro
Tuesday, 23 August 2011
  • Fernandez inaugurates digital TV station
  • Dominguez Brito to Ministry of Labor
  • Paychecks delayed a week
  • Limited hunting approved
  • Irene leaves a lot of mess
  • Many flights cancelled at Santiago and AILA
  • Fire destroys A. Fuente warehouses
  • 23 export products
  • City residents admit they are bad drivers
  • Judge sends kidnappers to jail
  • Carlos Sanchez comedy at Casa de Teatro
Monday, 22 August 2011
  • Classes off due to Irene
  • Flights cancelled due to Irene
  • Mejia leads in Gallup poll
  • Defending the high cost of fuel
  • Marranzini denies Felix is getting "special treatment"
  • Dominicans with Chavez
  • Hacker group threatens government
  • Guns confiscated in upscale neighborhood
  • 34 kilograms cocaine seized at port
  • Motorized assailants, the plague
  • Update on the Wilma Teresa Martinez case
  • Victor Mitrov and Caribbean Big Band Concert
Friday, 19 August 2011
  • Micro hydro electricity
  • Taino collection returned
  • Two power plants shut down
  • CONEP criticizes haste in judge selection
  • DEA chiefs meet in Santo Domingo
  • DR is self-sufficient in rice
  • Rolando Guzman is new rector at INTEC
  • Solidarity with Chavez
  • WikiLeaks files on Gonzalez, Figueroa + Sobeida
  • Italian cocaine shipment intercepted
  • DR basketball team to Brazil
  • National Symphony Season
Thursday, 18 August 2011
  • President inaugurates Los Guaricanos polytechnic
  • Promotions and reshuffling in the Police
  • Drive for breast-feeding
  • Transparency in choosing judges
  • FINJUS calls for open judges selection process
  • ANJE criticizes debt and lack of transparency in government
  • Marisol Vicens: red flags
  • 815 kilos of cocaine confiscated
  • Businesswoman was murdered
  • Crocodiles in the East?
  • Biennial winners announced
  • The night of the art galleries in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 17 August 2011
  • School year starts today
  • Fernandez shifts military commands
  • Pared and Martinez re-elected in Congress
  • Restoration Day commemorations
  • The State sustains the pension funds
  • Santana and Ceara say stability is greatest challenge
  • Don't drink and drive!
  • Tornado knocks over billboard, injures one
  • Rainstorm expected
  • Dominican Republic defeats Kentucky Pros
  • Cirque Eloize at the National Theater
Monday, 15 August 2011
  • DR1 breaks for 16 August holiday
  • Colombia wants more trade with DR
  • Inflation in July
  • Tomas Hungria tourism outlook
  • Natural gas technology used here is tops
  • Profiting from sale of DR visas
  • Spanish drug agents suspected in tobacco shipment
  • La Romana and Cabrera drug arrests
  • DR vs Kentucky night
  • Jose Valverde's 35 saves for the Tigers
  • Visual Arts Biennial opens tomorrow
Friday, 12 August 2011
  • UASD campus in Mao
  • Fernandez to UN Assembly in NY
  • Closed-door sessions to choose the key justices
  • Fernandez to decide who are the new judges
  • Gamma Knife radio-surgery at Cedimat
  • US donates powerboats for drug interception
  • Max Puig proclaimed as APD candidate
  • Danilo Medina to rely on polls
  • Figueroa Agosto verdict set for 26 September
  • Dreamgirls at Bellas Artes
Thursday, 11 August 2011
  • City brand for Santo Domingo
  • Central Government to repair Duquesa road
  • Patrols expected to improve
  • Transparency in selection of judges sought
  • Gasoline prices drop
  • US Southern Command general decorated
  • Political plays in 2004 in the judiciary
  • Murder on a bus
  • Figueroa Agosto was protegee of government
  • It's hot and humid
  • Hector Anibal at Casa de Teatro
Wednesday, 10 August 2011
  • Education to try 8-hour days
  • Vehicle sticker time
  • Ng Tze-chuen joins search for Cleopatra
  • Garbage collection resumes
  • Marranzini to check Michigan gas technology
  • First Lady seeks Vice Presidency?
  • Fares increased by RD$5 and RD$10 pesos
  • Danilo denies Wikileaks revelations
  • Many groups question dialogue
  • Dubious handling of pipe purchase
  • AG and Police chief reveal details
  • Lawyers struggle to save clients in Agosto case
  • Rustic Chivalry at the National Theater
Tuesday, 09 August 2011
  • New Museum of the Cathedral
  • President Fernandez in the barrio
  • CAASD rolls back tariff increase
  • Rains increase hydroelectric production
  • Many aspire to high courts
  • Work to fix Duquesa garbage dump road
  • Venezuelan mega investments
  • Oil prices plunge again
  • Latest Wikileaks re Danilo and Leonel
  • Jose Silvestre murder update
  • Low pressure wave but high temps
  • Antonio Guadalupe at Casas Reales
Monday, 08 August 2011
  • Queen of Netherlands backs statement by Fernandez
  • RD$136 billion in pension funds
  • All talk, no action on small business
  • Guillermo Moreno is candidate for 2012
  • More on Euclides Gutierrez
  • Export strategy lacking
  • Experts discuss drug trafficking "go fast" boats
  • Unesco protests journalist murder
  • The story of Maria Callas
  • Mod/a/rte is more than fashion
Friday, 05 August 2011
  • Omsa denies bus procurement deals
  • AMET solution to red light violations
  • Mayor on Duquesa road disrepair
  • Transparency in choosing judges
  • New tourism legislation needed
  • Integrate tourism
  • Emily's rains
  • Flight cancellations at Las Americas
  • Robbery at Las Caobas hotel
  • Dominicans at World Volleyball Grand Prix
  • Tickets for the Caribbean Series
  • Bird-watching at the Botanical Gardens
Thursday, 04 August 2011
  • Emily spares the DR
  • Focus on the foreign debt
  • Government extends subsidy to transporters
  • Annual Dominican Tourism Forum
  • Professional jealousy behind teacher murder
  • Cocaine detected in Haina Port
  • John Calipari happy with DR team
  • Latin dancing in the Colonial City
  • Dreamgirls at Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 03 August 2011
  • TS Emily expected today
  • Scholastic Tests suspended today for Emily
  • Leonel and Martelly meet
  • President upset with businessmen
  • The Council of Magistrates to meet
  • Ukrainian buses for Santo Domingo?
  • Garbage pickup in GSD affected by Emily
  • Bankers clear up interest rate on bonds
  • Surviving Mirabal sister is Cedimat
  • Reporter's murder stirs up La Romana
  • Special citizenship for Haitian ballplayers
  • Dave Valentin concert suspended
Tuesday, 02 August 2011
  • Water conservation agreement
  • No electricity hikes this month
  • JAD supports banana farmers' use of port
  • Poultry farmers suggest a price
  • School could cost parents RD$20,000
  • UASD had a billion-peso classroom?
  • Professor complains of death threats
  • Figueroa Agosto's accomplices plead out
  • Their relatives induced them to sell drugs
  • TS Emily reorganizes
  • Keep an eye on Emily
  • The nation prepares for Emily
  • Biennial of the Visual Arts
Monday, 01 August 2011
  • Youth bill hopes to create many jobs
  • Fernandez speech contradictions
  • Exports to Europe up 21%
  • The high cost of converting to natural gas
  • Credit card fraud down
  • Minister sponsors local Louis Vuitton shop
  • Sexual stimulants cause strokes in youths
  • BMW woman murder resolved
  • Minors in crime
  • Emily is likely threat to DR
  • Mexicans win Racquetball World Cup
  • DR 5th in World Junior Volleyball
  • Sting booked for Altos de Chavon
Friday, 29 July 2011
  • Wikimediadominicana created
  • Millions for the Central Bank
  • Foreign debt
  • An absurd country
  • Former prosecutor general out of ICU
  • Catholic priest demands accountability
  • Guillermo Moreno on WikiLeaks allegations
  • Suspect in BMW killing released
  • It's official: only 5 years for Sobeida
  • 75+ age recourse for Constitutional Court
  • Spanish mule caught
  • Another military official caught trafficking drugs
  • Pilot caught for trafficking in cocaine
  • DR team eliminated in Volleyball World
  • Merengue Festival in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 28 July 2011
  • Priority for natural gas
  • Ambassadors decorated
  • Record Customs collections
  • DGII tax revenues up
  • Breast Milk Bank
  • Low investment in education
  • Proposal for cargo at night
  • Rising avtur, declining promotion
  • Danilo Medina meets Dilma Rousseff
  • Fraud at Senasa
  • Rear Admiral to defend his honor and his visa
  • The BMW victim
  • Leonel Gomez deported on drug charges
  • Cesfront holds smuggled Haitian children
  • Kentucky prepares DR basketball for Olympics
  • Racquetball Worlds in Santo Domingo
  • DR loses to US, wins Peru in Volleyball Cup
  • Ervin Santana's no-hitter
  • Vicente Garcia at Palacio de Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 27 July 2011
  • New Museum in Moca
  • IDB program to improve food safety
  • Government mute on WikiLeaks revelations
  • Debate on new judges
  • Senate gets to work
  • Tourism sees a slight drop
  • It is tough to get a title
  • Gerrymandering, Dominican style
  • Consumer Protection warning for Oral B
  • Danilo Medina in Brazil
  • Sobeida's trial enters final phase
  • DA halts illegal embargo
  • Hoteliers measures against cholera
  • Violence claims almost 600 lives
  • Frank Green & Ivan Carbuccia in the Colonial City
Tuesday, 26 July 2011
  • Leonel says DR receives billions from US
  • Fernandez speech draws sharp opinions
  • Marranzini and Madrid Accords
  • Officials encouraged to camouflage themselves
  • Medina campaign at the service of the government
  • Wikileaks focuses on the military
  • Spanish prosecutor is in town
  • New car sales down 10%
  • Something different: cons march peacefully
  • Slowdown of cholera patients
  • Rains ruin four houses and threaten bridge
  • Tropical wave waves goodbye
  • United States n Dominican Republic
  • Britney Spears booked for Dominican Republic
Monday, 25 July 2011
  • President Fernandez's speech
  • President sends condolences to Norway
  • Congress approves bill for budget cuts
  • Gasoline up RD$56 and RD$61 this year
  • Metro II line to use biogas
  • Exporters encouraged to fly their produce
  • Gatorade plant in DR
  • Business is bullish on free zones
  • Cholera toll at 87
  • The WikiLeaks flow
  • Vincho ties Hertell to Figueroa Agosto
  • Drug agents held up
  • Fire at La Sirena
  • Much loved social writer passes away
  • Former ambassador Manatt dies
  • DR moves to 2nd round Volleyball World
  • Tono & Fernandito at Jet Set
Friday, 22 July 2011
  • 138/345kV electricity highway
  • President Fernandez to speak tomorrow
  • Tuesday, 16 August is a holiday
  • Nighttime garbage collection
  • Municipalities reject budget cuts
  • Marijuana is leading drug used here
  • Messenger gets 1.5-year jail sentence
  • DR team to Mexico Pan Am Games
  • The Little Prince
  • V Festival Enogastronomico Italiano
Thursday, 21 July 2011
  • Electricity Highway in operation
  • RD$18 million for Symphony Orchestra
  • Where the RD$70 million went
  • Dominican Republic bond yield
  • Youth employment program
  • SIN Media Group to release WikiLeaks here
  • Supreme Court judges in the press
  • New mural on the Malecon
  • Chinese porcelain
  • Vicente Garcia
Wednesday, 20 July 2011
  • President inaugurates bridges and roads
  • Leonel gets ready for CNM
  • Deputies approve marriages
  • The IMF will deliver US$348 million
  • Deputies also approved the sale of lands
  • Ministry's Wi-Fi a failure
  • Santiago announces Expo Cibao 2011
  • Popular denies buyout
  • PLD will officially proclaim Danilo on 28 August
  • DNCD says entire families sell drugs
  • AG prohibits embargos without prosecutors
  • Police order protection for travelers from AILA
  • Dominican wins Optimist International
  • Verano Presidente
Tuesday, 19 July 2011
  • Telecoms Museum inaugurated
  • Education to go with breakfast cereal
  • Job creation
  • First wind farm goes on line in August
  • Government will not allow fuel monopoly
  • Hundreds of thousands don't work or study
  • Supreme Court judges want deluxe retirement
  • Remember your purchases
  • Figueroa Agosto saga continues
  • The corpse in the wheel chair
  • Laws are only for the poor
  • Impunity in Angel Christopher case
  • Large number of suicides stirs debate
  • Tropical waves to bring rains
  • Opera in Santo Domingo
Monday, 18 July 2011
  • Injection of US$348.1 million from IMF
  • RD$54 billion in new loans in first half 2011
  • OMSA abandons Maximo Gomez route
  • Congress has more $ than Judicial Branch
  • 1.56 million households get free power
  • Transport chaos increases petrol consumption
  • New Guinness World Record
  • Garbage Exchange
  • Men are also victims of gender violence
  • The cholera patient
  • Africa in the Caribbean
  • Movies in Santo Domingo
Friday, 15 July 2011
  • Charles de Gaulle tunnel
  • Drug trafficking has stronghold
  • Pelaez says Fernandez gave order for her contracts
  • Three pilot housing projects
  • Dream Summer School
  • Dominican Film Showcase in Washington,DC
  • Latin American Art at Chavon
  • Doubt at the National Theater
  • Foodjects in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 14 July 2011
  • Road show for US$500 million
  • IMF update
  • Funds for construction approved
  • Manuel de Jesus Perello Baez: SD-Bani highway
  • Pass the National Development Strategy bill
  • Eclac regional survey
  • Regional pandemic: organized crime
  • Teen pregnancy: serious problem
  • New national flower
  • Mejia in Manhattan
  • Javier Rosario Summer Jazz
Wednesday, 13 July 2011
  • Fernandez falls in popularity
  • Central Bank is optimistic
  • No money to meet demands
  • New diplomatic appointments
  • Get ready to pay more for power
  • New "facilities" for barrios of Santiago
  • Know why there is no water?
  • South Yaque damages Trujillo dike
  • Reconversion and recycling are part of brewery
  • Hatuey looking for partners
  • Final toll of strike counts three dead
  • A legend passes away
  • DR in FIFA World Cup
  • Latin American romance songs
Tuesday, 12 July 2011
  • Leonel praises Pope's statements
  • Strike quiets administration
  • National strike was felt all over
  • Major move by CDEEE
  • IMF gets Letter of Intent on Friday
  • 60% passed National Tests
  • NASA says Enriquillo has grown by 143,000 tareas
  • Cholera still fills hospitals
  • He said he had 25 children
  • Cano wins Home Run Derby
  • Optimist Sailing Championship in Boca Chica
Monday, 11 July 2011
  • DGII insists on new tax
  • Politicians have Dominicans on their knees
  • Career diplomats
  • The 24-hour strike
  • Dominicans mourn Facundo Cabral
  • Cracking down on regional drug operation
  • Vallenato Festival in Santiago and SD
Friday, 08 July 2011
  • UASD branch for Barahona
  • New Dominican ambassador to US
  • Farm insurance
  • 27 Febrero overpass closed on Sunday
  • Guibia ready for September?
  • Insisting on the call to strike
  • Hipolito Mejia: opening relations with China
  • Banana producers re privatization Manzanillo port
  • Venezuelan accused of tax fraud returns
  • WSJ on Dominican dominance in MLB
  • Iana Salenko dances in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 07 July 2011
  • Ministry outlaws tuition increases
  • French financing for the Metro
  • Senate approves RD$7 billion domestic debt
  • Senate approves diplomatic appointments
  • Security boost for Colonial City
  • Retroactive tax collection?
  • New RD$5 million branding for JCE
  • Jiguey hydro project overhaul
  • Prosecutor council members elected despite controversy
  • Stock market transactions more than double
  • Dominicans demand too little
  • Know your watchman
  • RD$6.2 stolen from parking lot
  • Mixed weather forecast
  • Abel Gonzalez & Variao Jazz Group
  • Hip-hop & reggae
  • Soucy de Pellerano & Xiomara Fortuna
Wednesday, 06 July 2011
  • Samana gets new aqueduct
  • DGII raked in the money
  • Metro 2 connection "almost there"
  • Fundamental Law of Constitutional Court
  • NG Cortinas says a strike will cost a billion a day
  • Carol Morgan students help save whales
  • AG says MP should lead investigations
  • Heavy rains displace thousands
  • Rains also cause widespread blackouts
  • DR defeats Cuba in volleyball
  • Summer Jazz at Casa de Teatro
Tuesday, 05 July 2011
  • Economists say problem is not IMF
  • Defaulting next year on the IMF agreement?
  • Fuels bring more tax money
  • Industrialists in Santiago reject Monday's strike
  • Salcedo's many offices
  • Nation on high alert for diseases
  • Subero Isa's absence causes delay
  • Judge will admit summons of AG
  • PRD arrived in DR 50 years ago
  • Rains will be here for a while
  • Taste of Canada at the Hilton
Monday, 04 July 2011
  • JFK overpass repaired
  • Dominican debt with PetroCaribe
  • Clinics revoke 14% raise
  • Tender for border roadway
  • 6,600 study the arts at Bellas Artes
  • Gays celebrate their day
  • Almost 1 M inactive bank accounts
  • Dominican in National Geographic
  • Suicides in DR
  • Rains continue
  • Million dollar bonuses for Dominican teens
  • Jose Bautista's new record
  • DR women do well in PanAm volleyball
  • Latin American romantic songs concert
  • Doubt: a Parable at National Theater
  • Youth idol Avicii in Santo Domingo
Friday, 01 July 2011
  • US$389 million roadway contract revoked
  • The high cost of the President's travels
  • City Mayor stays at home?
  • CDC: Minustah soldiers brought cholera
  • Death penalty?
  • Appeals Court judge revokes bail order
  • Patricia Toribio, Bartender of the Year
  • Rains to continue
  • Friday & Saturday at Plaza de Espana
Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • Renewable energy credits
  • Diplomatic relations with Kyrgyz Republic
  • 30 deputy ministers at Labor
  • Water treatment chemicals now tax exempt
  • AmCham and 5%+ for education
  • Poultry prices will drop
  • Sugar sales up
  • Matching the artist with the stage
  • Summer sales
  • Good weather for the weekend
  • Founder of Wikipedia to visit
  • Miriam Cruz, 25 years in music
Wednesday, 29 June 2011
  • Subsidy will "consume" part of budget
  • Puig to leave Ministry of Labor
  • FINJUS wants CNM to start work
  • Fernandez meets with Medina and PRSC
  • Greater SD, Santiago and San Cristobal
  • Betting parlors owe big money
  • Infant deaths are down 42%
  • An obvious need for safe driving
  • Court releases accused killer
  • Another baseball star
  • 20 provinces under alert
  • Spanish puppets exhibition
Tuesday, 28 June 2011
  • Government expects to sign with IMF in July
  • Budget cuts for electricity
  • Sisalril to mediate conflict
  • DR improves standing
  • Subero protests judicial budget cut
  • Taiwan donates US$1 million for scholarships
  • Private schools on tuition increase
  • EGE-HID uses US$19.5 million at Jiguey
  • Good turnout for PLD primaries
  • Young Dominican scholars honored in NYC
  • Inter-American Court and Narcisazo
  • DNCD hauls in arms cache
  • Rains are here today
  • Michel Camilo at the National Theater
Monday, 27 June 2011
  • Danilo Medina wins PLD primary
  • President Fernandez votes in PLD primary
  • President Fernandez in France
  • Dominicans sending more money
  • Getting to the other side of the UASD tunnel
  • Tax bill is law
  • Gas-guzzling vehicles
  • New mural for Obelisk
  • Lowenbrau marathon a success
  • Rains forecast
  • 30 years of puppets
Wednesday, 22 June 2011
  • DR1 News takes a break
  • Fernandez in Israel
  • Deputies approve taxes
  • 29% tax discourages business
  • Corripio suggests better spending
  • President promulgates CNM law
  • UN agency explains Human Development Report changes
  • Zoo announces ecological camp
  • Hipolito leads Danilo
  • Joint operation seizes weapons at Caucedo Port
  • Killer kept in jail
  • Police identify Presidente beer assailants
  • 16th Lowenbrau Hispaniola 2011 Marathon
Tuesday, 21 June 2011
  • Jordanian and Palestinian leaders to visit the DR
  • IMF awaits new taxes
  • Deputies pass tax package
  • Not all clinics have raised their prices by 14%
  • No tuition increase of more than 10%
  • Be careful on the Kennedy overpass
  • A long-awaited "boom "
  • Small business wants to sell more desks
  • The Jarabacoa vacation rentals
  • Homicides are up in first third
  • Murder, not so serious
  • Rains expected today and tomorrow
  • 5th Gala of World Dance Stars
Monday, 20 June 2011
  • Fernandez in Jordan
  • Palestinian issue key on visit agenda
  • Plaza de la Salud + Johns Hopkins
  • Senate approves bill for more taxes
  • CDEEE just needs 20 staff
  • Santiago's Concert for $ for education
  • Fostering business with the Commonwealth
  • DR basketball team update
  • Living Green
Friday, 17 June 2011
  • President Fernandez leaves for 10-day tour
  • The soul and the lion
  • Public externalities
  • Study shows major deficiencies in teachers
  • UNDP says Human Development Reports to continue
  • Training to Prevent Trafficking in Persons
  • More on the Omega case
  • ESPN Dominicana
  • Hot temperatures, some rain
  • Fruits and vegetables on sale at Bravo
  • Expo Mango 2011 in Bani
Thursday, 16 June 2011
  • Fernandez to Middle East
  • Ellis Perez to direct film industry
  • Police Fundamental Bill to Congress
  • Loans are not in the budget
  • First red light areas in the DR?
  • Human Development Report office to be closed
  • Costs are similar in public and private school
  • Remittances up
  • Enadis left out of Mary Pelaez case
  • Jorge Torres sentenced in Vermont
  • Airport security chief under arrest
  • Court will hear case for DR Fashion Week
  • More rains forecast
  • Santo Domingo Theater Festival
Wednesday, 15 June 2011
  • Deputies approve Metro loan
  • First call for National Tests
  • DR has large-scale urban unemployment
  • CONEP makes counter-offer
  • Clinic owners approve 14%
  • Ivan Ogando is new Cariforum director general
  • Gender crimes down so far this year
  • Mexican cartels move to north coast
  • Finjus wants PN law to be sent to Congress
  • PRSC in turmoil over Amable threat
  • World Racquetball in DR
  • French Film Festival at Novocentro
Tuesday, 14 June 2011
  • President to inaugurate historians gathering
  • Fernandez has not submitted reform of PN
  • What has resulted from Leonel's trips?
  • S&P improve bond ratings
  • Congress to modify tax reform
  • Many agree on judge selection process
  • CDEEE to pay generators US$110 million
  • Venezuela to review PetroCaribe to favor DR
  • As many as 20% of Dominicans live overseas
  • AIRD complains of more illegal embargoes
  • Police nab US$307,000 in cash
  • Lack of water causes unrest in Santiago
  • No respite from heat
  • Urban music in Punta Salinas
Monday, 13 June 2011
  • President Fernandez to Israel
  • Central Bank inflation report
  • Picking up illegal slots
  • Music awards announced
  • Stop the begging industry
  • Government is largest employer illegal labor
  • Rights for domestic worker
  • Businessmen blame graft
  • Russian politics
  • Medina promises to fight graft
  • Record sugar harvest in La Romana
  • Exports up for local beauty industry
  • Jottin Cury passes away
  • Summer heat
  • Time of Fear exhibition
Friday, 10 June 2011
  • Backtrack on Technical Judicial Police
  • Track star visits
  • True tax reform needed
  • Government in arrears for power
  • European Federations honors Jesus Moreno
  • Watch your Blackberry
  • Success in combating illicit air trafficking
  • DR benefits from Venezuelan cash drain
  • Maria Postell from NY to Sunset Jazz
Thursday, 09 June 2011
  • Banks and the new taxation
  • Central Bank in favor of 1% bank taxation
  • No consensus with business
  • PC: austerity vs. graft
  • Subsidies do not make efficient transport
  • Deputies pass new National Council of Magistracy bill
  • 16,000 bottles of whisky sold
  • Birth control pills & condoms
  • Rescue operation at fishing tournament
  • Barrick says tailings dam is fixed
  • Franklin Almeyda out of the race
  • General skips controls
  • Carl Lewis visits on Friday
  • JITIC Tennis in Santo Domingo
  • Theater Festival kicks off 16 June
  • Michel Camilo at the National Theater
  • Interior Design Show
Wednesday, 08 June 2011
  • Fernandez to Guatemala get-together
  • Leonel joins fray on tax package
  • IMF issues brief mission statement
  • Stability doesn't justify anything
  • Hospitals without money
  • Home delivery for birth certificates
  • Scrap paper to good use
  • Monchy does not like new police
  • DNCD denies agreement
  • Who gave the suitcase release order?
  • Feds seize boats, cars and watches from capo
  • Stem the US appetite for drugs
  • Onamet says rains will continue today
  • Carolina Rivas at Casa de Teatro
Tuesday, 07 June 2011
  • IMF has issues "pending"
  • "Package" will be negotiated
  • 10 years of taxation reforms
  • The Metro will be ready by 2012
  • A Dominican in the Canadian House of Commons
  • New diplomatic ties with Kazakhstan
  • Digenor director sent to Ministry
  • Women lead at school
  • NG warns of loss of water
  • Cholera a touchy hospital problem
  • "Tourist" highway collapses
  • Weather alert
  • Cocaine in tennis shoes
  • Insular Horizons art exhibition
Monday, 06 June 2011
  • Prosecutor force is law
  • Talks to motivate new tax package
  • Fuel prices up again
  • Hospitals announce 14% price increase
  • Foreign investment drops
  • Mejia on the new Vargas + Fernandez pact
  • New presidential candidates
  • PRSC makes its own points
  • Shipping drugs in wheelchairs
  • Raining cats and dogs
  • DR volleybal does well in China
  • Let the pitcher do the worrying
  • Miss Universe at Caribbean Week
  • Rosario Rivera Bond Art
Friday, 03 June 2011
  • IMF mission explains new taxes to legislators
  • IMF economist dies of heart attack
  • Historic cost of parking space
  • Responsibility needed
  • Bonetti on new tax package
  • Higher rents forecast
  • New seismic standards of safety
  • Miss Universe visits
  • Gay weddings
  • High cost of avtur leads to flight cancellations
  • Drug trafficker Nin Terrero returns
  • XVI Hispaniola 2011 Marathon
  • DREAMin live in Cabarete
  • Orgullo de mi tierra - La Vega
Thursday, 02 June 2011
  • RD$800,000 per space at UASD parking
  • Better days ahead for electricity sector
  • Natural gas is preferred
  • Fernandez administration tax proposals
  • Government spends, private sector pays
  • Where's the austerity?
  • Stock market could be a winner
  • Hipolito Mejia on the proposed taxes
  • Education bluff?
  • The names of the polluted rivers
  • Uribe urges political will to fight drugs
  • The high cost of climbing Mount Everest
  • Body found in river
  • The future of sports medicine
  • Summer Jazz at Casa de Teatro
Wednesday, 01 June 2011
  • President sends new tax bill to Congress
  • Montas says government seeks RD$9.4 billion
  • Advisor refutes US$16 billion deficit
  • Organizations announce protests
  • Uribe on the late President Balaguer
  • Epidemiologist urges prevention
  • Hoteliers warn of tax effect on tourism
  • The Ferry sails today
  • Children's home director sentenced to 20 years
  • Thieves use eggs to stop cars
  • Interpol captures Swedish fugitive
  • Rain, and yes, hurricane season starts today
  • Mango surplus
Tuesday, 31 May 2011
  • Leonel and Miguel Vargas sign deal
  • Public Health to control water trucks
  • Bananas and rice have negative impact
  • NGO disputes Morales' claims
  • Teachers without health care
  • Conep defends 8% rate increase
  • Most accident victims are male and young
  • Hurricane season starts tomorrow
  • Onamet forecasts more rain
  • Dominicans win table tennis championship
  • Sacha Tebo's legacy at Quinta Dominica
  • Nicole Miller and more at Fashion Week
Monday, 30 May 2011
  • Cut spending, don't increase light bills
  • Economic slowdown
  • Politics is obstacle to electricity problems
  • New expat voters bill
  • Rain damage would delay Barrick start
  • First Business Forum of Caricom-DR-Spain
  • The DR revolves around Santo Domingo
  • Zelaya returns to Honduras
  • Police chief killed in pursuit of robbers
  • Bautista sets record for BlueJays
  • Luchy Vicioso honored
  • French film festival at Novocentro
  • Alejandro Fernandez to Altos de Chavon
Friday, 27 May 2011
  • Scholarships to study in India
  • Commercial bank loans for metro
  • Congress approves roadway project
  • Institutional weakness is main challenge
  • Lab tests improved
  • DR is easy to govern
  • Macadamia trees make the difference
  • Guillermo Leon takes over cigars
  • Parmalat invests US$20 million
  • Jamaican cement cleared
  • Fissures cause major flaw in reservoir
  • 1.4 million Dominicans in the US
  • Caricom-DR-Spain Forum
  • BTC tradeshow announced
  • Contemporary dance at Bellas Artes
  • Caribbean Baseball Series
Thursday, 26 May 2011
  • Hispaniola first ladies meet
  • Digital TV by 2015
  • Jardines del Norte Park remodeled
  • More on Enriquillo Lake
  • Pro Los Haitises foundation
  • Saving baby parrots
  • Avtur price threatens Dominican tourism
  • Caribbean Designers meet
  • 5,000 evacuated at Barrick Gold mine
  • Moreno says he is the difference
  • Ingrid Rodriguez not employed by JCE
  • DNCD explains crop duster limits
  • Jose Figueroa Agosto to NY
  • More on Colon's pitching rebirth
  • Memorial Museum of the Dominican Resistance
  • Sacha Tebo at Quinta Dominica
  • Understanding the Exchange Market in DR
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
  • Deputies get RD$125 million for Mother's Day
  • Diandino urges passage of loan bills
  • The coveted garbage contracts
  • Conep issues a call for better salaries
  • Barrios report more cholera cases
  • Fire in Santiago Free Zone
  • Some of Quirino's property reaps RD$105 million
  • Drug mule caught on the way to Madrid
  • Lake Azuei grows and swallows offices
  • ONAMET: Rains to continue
  • National Choir honors mothers
Tuesday, 24 May 2011
  • IMF arrives for reviews
  • Technology to prevent illegal immigration
  • Public Health calls for halt to stem cell use
  • Cholera cases mounting
  • Crop dusters complain of DNCD controls
  • A call to evacuate Lake Enriquillo area
  • Clinics say teachers owe RD$350 million
  • Three killed in Santo Domingo East
  • Who gave Figueroa Agosto the DNI card?
  • Summer Jazz at Casa de Teatro
Monday, 23 May 2011
  • Fernandez addresses DANR in New York
  • Vice President backs Danilo Medina
  • Dominicans reach Everest summit
  • 6.3 million have cedulas
  • Haiti has new Prime Minister-designate
  • Public Health steps up hygiene campaigns
  • Dominicans are overweight
  • Making pitchers new
  • Mango fair
  • Yolandita Monge & Anthony Rios
Friday, 20 May 2011
  • Government revenues up 8.9%
  • Mobile accounts
  • Cows for special needs children
  • Following the cement trade story
  • Micro businesses prevail
  • Venezuelan company acquires Pollo Cibao
  • The high cost of politics
  • Frei calls for accountability in political funding
  • Cuesta's new arts tableware collection
  • Climbing Mount Everest
  • And 1 streetball coming to the DR
Thursday, 19 May 2011
  • President Fernandez in New York
  • Recognizing grassroots music legends
  • IT meeting at Funglode
  • 17% increase in minimum wage
  • Jamaican cement would be cheaper
  • In-depth look into Dominican provinces
  • Political dilemma
  • Memorial Museum of Dominican Resistance
  • Dutch national arrested with cocaine at PUJ
  • Soriano Familia off limits for probe
  • Figueroa Agosto funded plastic surgery
  • 30 years for murderer
  • Bartolo Colon again shows his stuff
  • The Last Survivors
  • Dominican cooking at the Book Fair
  • Joel Rosario at Sunset Jazz
Wednesday, 18 May 2011
  • President Fernandez meets John Calipari
  • Cleveland Indians baseball academy
  • Hopefuls file in to Presidential Palace
  • Labor and management to meet today
  • FINJUS calls attention to Olivares
  • Jamaica slaps sanction on DR
  • Electricity bills up RD$16 billion in 4 years
  • Judge released and prosecutor appeals
  • Figueroa Agosto rode motorcycles in 2000
  • Court seizes assets in Santiago and SFM
  • Coffee anyone?
  • JetBlue announces La Romana flight
  • Rains ease drought in northwest
  • Construexpo
  • India and the Dominican Republic
Tuesday, 17 May 2011
  • CDEEE signs for RD$1.7 billion with South Koreans
  • Business did not like Mejia's comments
  • Subero warns of laundering
  • Public Health on high alert for cholera in slums
  • A campaign for "real" gas prices
  • Jamaica demands release of cement
  • Colonel who gave the ID card id ID'ed
  • Judge gives Leavy five years
  • Onamet forecasts more rains
  • Tribu del Sol in Santiago
Monday, 16 May 2011
  • President Fernandez's Haiti visit
  • President Martelly's new Haiti
  • Open border migration policy with Haiti
  • Exports up
  • Inflation was 0.87% in April
  • Honorary degree for Minister Melo
  • Cholera outbreak in Cienaga slum
  • Where did Amnesty get their stats?
  • Civic protest
  • PRD moves ahead of PLD in Gallup poll
  • Schoen, Penn, & Berland poll
  • Tomas Perez Ducy: new CEO Viva
  • AES and the most profitable local companies
  • Car in Concrete
  • BlueJay's Jose Bautista's great weekend
  • Dominican wins Kentucky horse classic
  • Rafa Payan Jazz Trio at Casa de Teatro
Friday, 13 May 2011
  • Fernandez to Haiti for inaugural
  • Arturo Valenzuela visits
  • US Embassy donates equipment
  • Bonds for public debt
  • Sol Group enters Dominican market
  • Bank solvency high
  • More pedestrian walks for old city?
  • Big blast off Luperon
  • Youth drinking on the increase
  • Encounters of a croc kind
  • Fight against crime
  • Government ties with drug trafficking
  • Mary Pelaez and Felix Bautista
  • Cabrera Ruiz turns himself in
  • Comedy at Teatro Regional de Santiago
  • Richard Dresser's Below the Belt
Thursday, 12 May 2011
  • Lime to compete for broadband market
  • Economist fears electricity rates will go up
  • The very profitable AES
  • Senate passes law with changes
  • Yenny Berenice walks for women
  • SFM back to normal, for now
  • Medical Association accuses ministry of hiding truth
  • Dominicans disapprove of Fernandez government
  • Danilo gathers momentum
  • US Federal and local agents at work
  • At trial, Sobeida keeps talking
  • Dominican entrepreneur honored in US
  • Onamet forecasts showers
  • Descendants of Spaniards
  • The Producers at Hard Rock Cafe
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
  • Fernandez corrects reporting yesterday
  • New ambassadors
  • One in four goes to private school
  • Gallup poll: the biggest concerns
  • Alcoholic beverage imports up
  • Martelly favors free zone jobs
  • Cannons to be sold as scrap metal?
  • Cholera in La Cienaga slum
  • Murder in Santo Domingo East
  • Plea bargain negotiated by Figueroa Agosto
  • Stem cell therapy behind Colon revival
  • Dominican Baseball starts early this year
  • David Barger at CTN Travel Fair
Tuesday, 10 May 2011
  • Fernandez proposes "third way"
  • Thousands without classes
  • Social Security has a lot of money
  • Judicial limbo for 34 appointees
  • Radical positions stall wage talks
  • Milk production way down
  • Revision of DR-CAFTA and Law 27-01?
  • Chickenpox outbreak
  • Some spoof at Mejia's threats
  • Gallup poll shows Mejia leads
  • Medina has it harder
  • Diario Libre's 10th Anniversary
  • Vincho and extraditions: A good thing
  • Leavy Nin Batista in court
  • Chantilly Woodwind Quintet
Monday, 09 May 2011
  • Former Presidents visit
  • New diplomats
  • Top 10 tax-paying companies
  • What government officials make
  • Who to blame for the fiscal deficit
  • PRSC politicians named ambassadors
  • PRSC favors delegate assembly
  • PRD proclaims Hipolito Mejia as candidate
  • Danilo Medina leads in candidate poll
  • Mercado de Pulgas too big now
  • Best athletes of the year
  • Stress management course
Friday, 06 May 2011
  • Ortega & Gasset tunnel opens
  • A fair to showcase government?
  • Anibal de Castro new ambassador in US
  • Imports triple exports
  • AES keeps to their position
  • DPCA to act on corruption cases?
  • 49.4kg of cocaine in kidnapper bust
  • No names, please
  • John Calipari to coach DR team
  • Boxers qualify for Pan Am Games
  • Dario Estrella at Fiesta Sunset Jazz
Thursday, 05 May 2011
  • President inaugurates book fair
  • 4% campaigners not welcome at book fair
  • Martelly invites Fernandez to inaugural
  • Martelly partial to Dominicanizing Haitians
  • Former Philippines President in DR
  • Natural gas gets a push
  • AES vs. EdeEste dispute continues
  • IMF urges caution re wages
  • Sobeida: guilty of asset laundering
  • Birth certificate irregularities
  • Liriano's no hitter
  • Bronze in World Taekwondo Championship
  • Richard Dresser's Below the Belt
Wednesday, 04 May 2011
  • Haiti's president visiting the DR
  • Vaccinations begin today
  • Vice President calls for action
  • Agrarian Reform lands go to builders
  • Bars in SDE to be quieter
  • Economist warns of harm by turnkey projects
  • Unions reject Ministry of Labor study
  • IMF indicates demand in DR is above GDP
  • A historic crop still alive
  • Quirino's stuff under the hammer
  • AG takes over embargoes in east
  • A 3.9 quake shakes Santiago
  • Rains help but alerts issued
  • Cardinal Ravasi comes for Book Fair
Tuesday, 03 May 2011
  • President Fernandez at WEF in Brazil
  • Opret gets first rails for Metro 2
  • Foreign debt up by 21%
  • More women training in non-traditional areas
  • Only 6,000 of 40,000 renew ID
  • Unions lower demands?
  • Anadegas complains of 29 "patio" stations
  • Fuel hikes generate increased in basic items
  • Consortium wants to import materials for aqueduct
  • Motorcycles still out of control
  • Long weekend fills ERs
  • Nobody is safe as respected officer is shot
  • Major drug bust at AILA
  • Rains ease drought situation in Cibao
  • Low-pressure troughs cause COE to act
  • Gloria Arroyo at Funglode
Friday, 29 April 2011
  • DR1 breaks for Labor Day holiday
  • Branding the DR
  • RD$1.26 billion for competitiveness
  • Remodeling the Sports Palace
  • Drug planes spoils
  • Perez fights for candidacy
  • Selective corruption prosecution
  • The royal wedding
  • Climbing Mount Everest
  • Polo Coffee Festival
Thursday, 28 April 2011
  • Fernandez in Guatemala
  • Wage talks stalled
  • DR police among the best
  • Mejia and prosecuting the corrupt
  • Pou Castro has died
  • Two dozen women killed in first quarter
  • 41 cases of underage alcohol poisoning!
  • Lawyers defend themselves
  • ONAMET warns of rains and waves
  • John Calipari to coach DR Basketball?
  • Duran Duran @ Altos de Chavon
Wednesday, 27 April 2011
  • President Fernandez in Guatemala
  • Guibia Beach remodeling
  • Reasons for blackouts
  • The untouchable banker?
  • Drug contraband spoiled for fuel supplier
  • Two policemen arrested in theft
  • Watch for tsunamis
  • Manny Ramirez in the NYTimes
  • Pope John Paul II in the DR
  • Catholic films
  • Comedy at Palacio de Bellas Artes
  • Picasso at Bellas Artes
Tuesday, 26 April 2011
  • Another long weekend
  • RD$144 million to transport unions
  • EDE-Norte does maintenance work
  • Margarita declines PLD nomination
  • Labor unions withdraw from wage talks
  • Some good news from long holiday
  • AG to prosecute parents
  • A gang led by an inmate
  • Killers on John F. Kennedy Ave.
  • Royal wedding on Telesistema
  • Winds from the east bring rain
  • Celebration of dance
Monday, 25 April 2011
  • Fernandez to Guatemala & Brazil
  • President Fernandez vetoes mortgage bill
  • Tax collections up, but not enough
  • Pharmaceuticals on the rise
  • Legal irregularities in the east
  • Motorcyclists: the plague
  • Dominicans: 4.4% US migrant legal workers
  • Tragedy at work
  • Pilot arrested with cocaine
  • Police manipulates statistics
  • Canadian accused pedophile deported
  • Service beyond medical duty
  • Beach volleyball
  • Comedy at the Jaragua
  • Treasures of the Vatican
Tuesday, 19 April 2011
  • DR1 breaks for the Easter holiday
  • Politicians call for Easter break
  • 41 new public schools
  • Pre-paid power service
  • OTTT will check out drivers' emotional state
  • Indotel and telephone blackouts
  • 632,000 children left out of school
  • Power restored to Mirador del Sur Park
  • Groups condition wage hikes
  • Court orders AES to provide energy to EDE-Este
  • Authorities don't intimidate delinquents
  • Plane makes emergency stop in Bermuda
  • Posthumous bonus for Yewry Guillen
  • 35 arraigned on charges of setting fires
  • Three to jail on electricity fraud charges
  • US ambassador praises prison reforms in DR
  • UASD student on rampage close university
  • Bloody toll begins Easter Week
  • Don Yuyo D'Alessandro passes away
  • Folklore music focus of next MIC Conference
  • World class beach volleyball
  • Religious calendar for Easter
Monday, 18 April 2011
  • President kicks off combos program
  • First Lady: Global Ambassador Special Olympics
  • Free birth certificate changes
  • Transparency in government
  • Fuel prices reach new record highs
  • Warning against propane-fueled motorbikes
  • Congress and President Fernandez
  • Danilo Medina campaign update
  • In favor of Margarita Cedeno for President
  • Solidarity with Japan
  • Crime declines
  • Judge park assailants arrested
  • Figueroa Agosto's wife returns
  • Olympics Beach Volleyball Pre-Qualifier
  • Easter Week holiday begins
  • Cathedral Easter Choral Concert
Friday, 15 April 2011
  • Fernandez in Samana
  • IMF accepts electricity subsidy increase
  • March inflation at 1.16%
  • Taiwan university scholarships
  • Government funds now unseizable
  • Water shortage
  • More one-parent households
  • Spotlight on Felix Gutierrez
  • Fake RD$500 bills
  • Motoconchos switch to propane
  • Cedeno candidacy criticized
  • Explosion causes major blackout
  • Deadly fire
  • DNCD intercepts cocaine en route to Germany
  • AmCham 2011 Golf Tournament
  • Jazz Conference in Santiago
Thursday, 14 April 2011
  • Need to resolve competitiveness problems
  • Explaining the blackouts
  • Dominicans are US cardiology fellows
  • Bank employees get the best credit card rates
  • Former consul in Italy sentenced
  • President advisor caught stealing power?
  • Corrupt run lose, but messenger in jail
  • Rosado: Cracking the Cibao Drug Cartel
  • Hogar Crea chief says authorities are complicit
  • Update on the Figueroa Agosto case
  • Security in Mirador Park
  • Hail and winds in Santiago
  • Dominican wins Belly Dancing Championship
  • Bizet art exhibit at Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 13 April 2011
  • President and Minustah discuss Haiti
  • IDB conditions budget support
  • Chamber approves US$35 million for water
  • And now COE announces their plan
  • Labor talks at stalemate
  • Behind the Santo Domingo blackouts
  • An attempt to rescue the Colonial Zone
  • Venezuelans will vacation here under PetroCaribe
  • Political Committee rejected Margarita
  • Participacion Ciudadana supports US report
  • AMET's Sanz Jiminian in trouble
  • Supreme Court judge mugged on Mirador Sur
  • District Attorney requests remand for killer
  • ONAMET: Showers today
  • Oscar de la Renta opens in Bridal Fashion Week
  • Memorable event on Saturday, 16 April
  • Ania Paz at Lucia 203
Tuesday, 12 April 2011
  • Environment looks at Pedernales wreck
  • Daycare centers get money
  • Civil Defense closes 169 sites for Easter Week
  • Ministry and ADP on work stoppages
  • IMF forecasts 5.5% growth in GDP
  • Infotep trains for Natural Gas (GN)
  • Builders worried over interest rates
  • An 11.58% wage increase offer breaks talks
  • Gazcue demonstrates against prostitution
  • Fernandez re-election team behind Margarita
  • PLD asks JCE to help with primaries
  • Vargas "sour grapes" and acceptance
  • Whisky for pear juice
  • Protests turn violent in Santiago
  • Tuesday events in Santo Domingo
Monday, 11 April 2011
  • President Fernandez desists from re-election
  • First Lady seeks to be PLD candidate
  • Bio of First Lady Margarita Cedeno
  • Opinions on the First Lady running
  • Danilo Medina's first speech as pre-candidate
  • 1,500 megawatts needed in power generation
  • Record gasoline prices
  • 55% of 2nd metro line complete
  • Who works in the Senate?
  • Margarita Tavares passes away
  • Half of the Supreme Court will be replaced
  • Business as usual at US Embassy
  • Petrol tanker risk to Pedernales
  • Martha Heredia switches manager, again
  • Hermann Miller office chair sale
  • Manny Ramirez retires
  • The incredible Albert Pujols
  • London Olympics Volleyball Pre-Qualifier
  • Former Miss Universe at Casa de Teatro
Friday, 08 April 2011
  • President Fernandez's next speech
  • Ousting the worms
  • Remittances, just remittances
  • Guillermo Moreno protests CNM bill
  • Vargas Maldonado to talk on Monday
  • Euclides Gutierrez commits to pay his power bill
  • Partial shutdown at US Embassy
  • Televising the underwater wrecks recovery
  • Baby girl for Jose Bautista
  • AgroAlimentaria 2011
  • The Vatican at the Santo Domingo Book Fair
  • Prince Royce in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 07 April 2011
  • Catastrophic diseases coverage debated
  • Voting abroad
  • 70% of Dominicans don't have Internet access
  • Soladek removed from Dominican market
  • Credit card use up
  • Talking economics
  • Banesco opens in Santo Domingo
  • New rules for the PLD primary?
  • Najayo jail incommunicado
  • German mom gets her son back
  • Jazz Conference in Santiago
Wednesday, 06 April 2011
  • Chamber sends TC to commission
  • Jesuits approve of Migration Law
  • Rosa Ng to China
  • Falconbridge consumes too much energy
  • Los Haitises in the news once more
  • JCE gives more money to the parties
  • Foreigners reminded of 30 April cedula renewal deadline
  • A new economic model?
  • The real problems
  • A possible solution for HM and MVM?
  • Minerva Isa awarded National Journalism Prize
  • Police lies about surveillance project
  • Solano Exchange House in the news again
  • Thieves nab RD$5 million from APAP
  • Roza Gough in Vogue Russia
  • Eric Litman Band in Fellini
Tuesday, 05 April 2011
  • Credit card charges in the DR
  • Nunez de Caceres underpass to open today
  • A follow up on breakfast snacks
  • Another 4% demonstration
  • New migration law calls for expulsion
  • Blackouts back
  • Officers use seized properties and assets
  • Oscar praises DR tourism
  • The ball passed to HM and MVM
  • Singer Martelly to be new Haitian President
  • Canadian Ambassador opens game in Toronto
  • Police lies about surveillance project
Monday, 04 April 2011
  • Breakfast snacks back at public schools
  • Exports up
  • Association of justices
  • Privileged Edesur client, Euclides Gutierrez
  • Soladek in the spotlight
  • 35 or 400 street monitoring cameras?
  • Protest for violation of the law
  • DNCD picks up more drugs at airports
  • Successful 4% concert
  • Patrols strengthened in Montecristi
  • Whisky Extravaganza
Friday, 01 April 2011
  • In compliance with IPACRD
  • Central Bank governor defends DR economic model
  • Interest rate increase to adjust inflation
  • Foreigners need to renew ID
  • Constitutional coup?
  • Adocco acts against corruption
  • Every day more luxury vehicles in DR
  • Soladek alert
  • Cesar Perales is new NY Secretary of State
  • Crackdown on real estate fraud network in Higuey
  • Electricity fraud at Bella Vista Mall?
  • 157 kilos of cocaine found in Samana
  • Dance Dance
  • In honor of Thelonious Monk
  • Thimo Pimentel and the 1965 Civil War
  • Mega concert pro education
Thursday, 31 March 2011
  • Santiago Cancer Center
  • President's bill passes
  • Respect the Law
  • Watch the legitimacy of the CNM
  • President Fernandez decides all
  • Transport chaos now, solutions proposed
  • Duarte and 3 Kings days
  • Congress passes housing/pension fund bill
  • RD$25.2 billion in government bonds
  • Odebrecht could build natural gas facility
  • Sugar mill gets favorable ruling
  • United Brands introduces Coors
  • Franklin Leon called for fiscal equity
  • The real issues
  • 13 Drug Control agents sent to justice
  • Tragic death of son of Navy chief
  • Where was Shakira?
  • Agroalimentaria 2011
Wednesday, 30 March 2011
  • Francisco Mendez to Refidomsa
  • RD$170 million in Moscoso Puello
  • Scholarships to Spain
  • Colombia focuses on Hispaniola
  • DR to issue documents to Haitians
  • PLD deputies defend single majority
  • Loophole found in Constitution?
  • Jesus Moreno honored by UN
  • Break for business
  • Falconbridge restarts production
  • Business is shy on IMF proposals
  • Government seeks freedom to take on loans
  • Esquea expelled amid crisis
  • Dominican pediatrician honored in Maryland
  • Bus driver jailed
  • Police identify two killed in Gurabo
  • Cop sent to prison for 20 years
  • Shake, rattle and roll!
  • Over 80 Dominicans open season
  • Bochinche at Teatro Guloya
Tuesday, 29 March 2011
  • President's foundation is 10 years old
  • More commercial ties with Brazil
  • IMF wants more taxation
  • Juan Hernandez back to the DGII
  • Transport facts and figures
  • Jurists applaud return of legislation
  • SIE authorizes direct electric consumers
  • Hangover from Air Show slows traffic
  • The big question: Who saw the signatures?
  • Three stomachs
  • Not much progress in PRD stalemate
  • Julio Brache named president AmCham
  • Santo Domingo declines regional swim games.
  • A rare medical case indeed
  • The power of love?
  • Shakira in Santo Domingo
Monday, 28 March 2011
  • National Council of Magistracy bill back to Congress
  • The re-election show
  • Medina: re-election is hypothetical
  • Partying...
  • IMF statement on 5th review
  • Government's power bill at RD$524 million
  • The high cost of power for hotels
  • Fuel costs at new highs
  • First Lady honored in Providence
  • Internet users
  • Drunk driving bill gets push
  • The high cost of blood
  • Technology spurs individualism
  • Suspected drunk driver hands turns himself in
  • Dominicans to climb Everest
  • Hot temperatures forecast
  • Rita Indiana returns to Hard Rock Cafe
Friday, 25 March 2011
  • President inaugurates water works
  • Respect called for laws and institutions
  • Recourse against simple majority presented
  • Public debt up US$52.1 million in two months
  • 6.3 million Dominicans can vote
  • Another perk for transport unions
  • Natural gas is apt for more vehicles
  • Rising cost of avtur affects tourism
  • Hotels need to switch to natural gas
  • The other side of luxury construction
  • Wide use of contraception
  • More details on the messenger-thief
  • Dominican Cooking sites get a facelift
  • Pedro Martinez at the Smithsonian
  • Caribbean Air Show
  • Triathlon in Samana, Marathon in Punta Cana
  • Sailing regatta
  • La Romana carnival
Thursday, 24 March 2011
  • Charles de Gaulle overpass
  • Two-thirds is the issue, not the observation
  • Protecting the Higuamo River
  • First Lady speaks at Lehman College
  • Agreement for Colonial City barrio
  • Bus operators call for transport organization
  • The government's silent financier
  • Trade with Brazil
  • Police catches fugitive messenger
  • Kidnappings
  • Fashion at the Casandra
  • 2011 Casandra Awards winners
  • Mega concert pro education
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
  • Fernandez orders RD$400 million for foodstuffs
  • Hospitals treat 3,116 in 80 days
  • Toribio will collect free zone debts
  • LF observes bill and unleashes debates
  • Business calls for right to choose cargo transporters
  • US and DR in joint military exercises
  • Grim figures on gender violence
  • Hertell feared armed groups from Haiti
  • MVM presented his evidence
  • A new way to file complaints
  • DR security agencies look at Russians
  • Public bathrooms in colonial city
  • Codetel.net.do is now claro.net.do
  • Fugitive who killed and wounded several arrested
  • Casandra awards
  • Grupo Bonye at the Jaragua
Tuesday, 22 March 2011
  • Fernandez receives US senators and head of Peace Corps
  • Now LF observes bill on Constitutional Court
  • DR and IMF renew talks
  • DR fuel bill to climb a billion dollars
  • Gasoline stations will sell natural gas
  • World Water Day
  • Foundation calls for halt to appointments
  • PRD's Political Commission suspends Esquea
  • Amable under fire from Chamber of Accounts
  • Arab press highlights Santo Domingo port
  • Smart phone fever
  • Caribbean prepares for tsunami threat
  • National Hero Imbert
  • Tragic accident on Autovia del Este
  • 13-year old wins in Equestrian Festival in Florida
  • Casandra Awards tonight
Monday, 21 March 2011
  • Government averts Monday strike
  • Conchos can't be fitted for natural gas
  • Garcia Arevalo in favor of natural gas
  • Savings down, exports up
  • Buy a mother
  • Why the JCE advertising campaign?
  • Disease decimates citrus fruits
  • Santiago earthquake alert
  • Fernandez 2012?
  • Politicizing the National Council of the Magistracy
  • Seven youngsters die in Sunday outing
  • An honest policeman
  • Cardinal celebrates 50 years priesthood
  • New history book
  • Kirkman and Olivares qualify DR
  • Jarabe de Palo to Hard Rock
  • The drama of abused women
Friday, 18 March 2011
  • Austerity measures announced
  • Announcements, just announcements
  • Low-cost electricity generation decree
  • Angel Rosario Vinas at Proindustria
  • Illegal passing of bill
  • Asonahores boycotts weddings
  • Trade with France up 16%
  • Navy recovers stolen weapons
  • John Gray talk in Santo Domingo
  • Silvio Rodriguez at the Gran Arena
  • Youth Symphony Orchestra
Thursday, 17 March 2011
  • President to address the nation
  • Approval of CNM stirs appeals
  • DR delivers anti-speculation proposal to UN
  • More expansion for Caucedo port
  • CAASD announces cutbacks
  • Only 20% Santo Domingo has sewers
  • Major strike on Monday
  • Wind Telecom secures financing
  • Street vendors create chaos in Metro station
  • Police recover RD$14 million
  • Minor detained in Spain on drug charges
  • Quake awakes concerns
  • Dominican to head CBS news
  • Gano Papa makes Twitter trending topic
  • Luis Miguel back in Santo Domingo
  • Duran Duran at Altos de Chavon
Wednesday, 16 March 2011
  • Morales Troncoso says DR has no favorites
  • Deputies approve use of pensions
  • Passage of CNM law stirs debate
  • More troops needed for border
  • Economists call for reduced consumption
  • Inflation 2.46% since January
  • Court orders suspension of city taxes
  • Faux ambassador pleads not guilty
  • Police discharge officers
  • SFM protests lead to injuries and arrests
  • Bus strike on Monday
  • 5.3 tremor shakes DR
  • Rock and Jazz in Santo Domingo tonight
Tuesday, 15 March 2011
  • Presidential address on Thursday
  • Fernandez meets provincial governors
  • Economists weigh in on savings plans
  • Retailers complain of slower sales
  • Secret deal cost you more
  • CONEP objects to presidential remarks
  • US urges Aristide to wait
  • An active year for the Commonwealth
  • Banks deliver standard-form contracts
  • Environment Ministry says no to airport near highway
  • PLD meeting postponed
  • PRD calls commission to report
  • Silvio Rodriguez at the Gran Arena
Monday, 14 March 2011
  • Solidarity with Japan
  • DR prepared for earthquake - up to a point
  • Deputies to debate use of pension funds
  • PLD hopefuls meet LF today
  • Final result for PRD primary
  • Expert rejects expensive energy
  • Fuel prices affect production
  • People not waiting for government
  • JCE to correct birth certificate errors
  • US Embassy official warns of fraud
  • Jailbreak in SFM
  • 'Seinfeld' scam used in name of DR charities
  • Julio Ibarra Rios
  • Thousands join in Walk for Life
  • Food fair coming in April
  • Cattle Ranchers Fair 2011
Friday, 11 March 2011
  • Mom's Here!
  • Belt-tightening imminent
  • Escalating fuel prices
  • Cyber Park Film School
  • Laissez faire in transport brings chaos
  • Greek charter brings deported Dominicans
  • Pharmacy association protests
  • Go for Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco tourists
  • The Alta Gracia model keeps getting good press
  • Juan Lockward bar at the National Theater
  • La Loma Macadamia Festival at Cane
Thursday, 10 March 2011
  • Measures to deal with rising petrol prices
  • Challenge for Manuel Garcia Arevalo
  • The changing face of Dominican society
  • President's or ONE's numbers?
  • Monte Grande dam contract approved
  • Tele-measuring for Edes
  • 75 years for Constitutional Court judges
  • Hoist by his own petard?
  • Call PLD candidate now
  • Esquea apologizes to Miguel Vargas
  • Ambassador calls for unity to fight drugs
  • Kidnap attempt thwarted
  • Dominican films in Manhattan
  • Swedish House Mafia
Wednesday, 09 March 2011
  • President honors 10 exceptional women
  • Manuel Garcia Arevalo to Industry & Commerce
  • Francis Mejia out of Promipyme
  • Actions, not more talk
  • 2010 Census results
  • Minimum wage increase coming
  • Oil forces construction costs up
  • Hipolito extends an olive branch
  • Miguel Vargas' errors
  • What the polls said
  • Tourist areas 'in stagnation'
  • Puerto Plata calls for its wharf
  • New Miss DR is from Santiago
  • Habichuelas con dulce
  • Ania Paz Jazz Series
Tuesday, 08 March 2011
  • Hipolito wins PRD candidacy
  • Vargas rejects primary result
  • Hacienda will negotiate with IMF in Washington
  • Economist warns of overheating
  • Fernandez changes Migration Director
  • Aerodom security director
  • Experts are predicting a "Big One"
  • A bad case of quid pro quo
  • Candido Bido dies of heart complications
  • OneVoice - 8 voices for Jazz
Monday, 07 March 2011
  • Mejia said to lead, but results delayed
  • Mejia's paternalistic agenda
  • Weak institutions impede development
  • Record high for propane
  • Keeping inflation in check
  • Miss Universe visits
  • Navy corporal's body found
  • 10 family members die in crash
  • Maria Ugarte - in memoriam
  • DR advances in Davis Cup
  • Earth, The Show
Friday, 04 March 2011
  • Conflicts of interest in Education sector
  • New director of Prisons
  • German Brito to preside Court of Appeals
  • Harvard's CID recommendations
  • Haiti: Opportunity for DR
  • Mejia & Vargas pact for PRD
  • New poll shows Mejia leads
  • Honor for Margarita Copello
  • Alfredo Simon out on bail
  • Carnival weekend
  • Racing at the Mobil 1 Race Track
  • Maridalia at Hard Rock Cafe
Thursday, 03 March 2011
  • New Gatorade plant
  • Education Minister appointment welcomed
  • Single permits office at Ministry of Environment
  • Overnight interest rate up
  • Too many billions
  • Why education has deteriorated
  • Take fiber optic infrastructure to remote places
  • A Latin American Noble Prize
  • Alicia Ortega is Woman of the Year 2010
  • Fire at La Sirena
  • Missing messenger
  • Architect Shohei Shigematsu visits
  • Warm-up for the Casandra Awards
  • Fernando Varela at Casa de Italia
Wednesday, 02 March 2011
  • Ax falls on Melanio, Franklin, Jose Tomas
  • Congress passes Constitutional Court
  • Government had RD$9.9 billion shortfall
  • Foreign investment breakdown
  • DR, once again among the worst
  • EDES to place tenders for energy
  • Drivers threaten new round of fare hikes
  • Hipolito: I will win with a landslide
  • Guillermo Moreno launches his candidacy
  • TV monitoring to fight crime
  • Search continues; seven rescued
  • Oxfam and Progressio make apology
  • 8th Santo Domingo Music Festival
Tuesday, 01 March 2011
  • Michel Martelly visits President Fernandez
  • President asks but money not enough
  • IDB will help Colonial Zone
  • Controversial property tax repealed
  • No school today due to insurance issues
  • Conep not happy with speech
  • Inez Aizpun and Eduardo Garcia Michel
  • Navy boat capsizes; a sailor is lost at sea
  • CNTU wants more salary increases
  • PRD sets out rules on voters
  • Quirino's lawyer in trouble
  • Eleven years on the run
  • Efrain Reyes Duluc passes away
  • Three from DR might be Yankee starters
  • Alberto Bass exhibition
Monday, 28 February 2011
  • President Fernandez vetoes bills
  • Fernandez calls for quality not more spending
  • Government defends its borrowing
  • Fernandez defends his stand against corruption
  • New bills to Congress
  • Speech not well received
  • Masalles: People don't live off numbers
  • VP takes leave of absence for politics
  • Luz y Fuerza vs. EdeNorte
  • Accused airport assailant sent to jail
  • Gabriel Mercedes might not make Pan Am team
  • Air show
Friday, 25 February 2011
  • President Fernandez's 27 February address
  • Community College for Santo Domingo East
  • Rains are good news
  • BanReservas keeps Torre Atiemar
  • Russian arrested for counterfeit US$ bills
  • Alfredo Simon to stay in prison
  • Barrick gold mine analysis
  • Air show
  • Playa Dorada Cigar Night
  • La Vega Carnival Closing Concert
Thursday, 24 February 2011
  • Pinewood film studio in Juan Dolio
  • Congress moves on using pension funds
  • Protected Area management Plan for Samana
  • Telecom investments and challenges
  • Fernando Capellan on challenges ahead for business
  • Gallup February shows Mejia leads
  • Fernandez re-election not backed
  • PLD dissident backs Miguel Vargas
  • Border crossings resume in Dajabon
  • Government acts on begging ring
  • International Bachata Festival in Santo Domingo
  • Folklore at Plaza de Espana
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
  • Fernandez wants road contracts back
  • Where the Metro money went?
  • Mariotti warns about Los Haitises future
  • Haiti blocks passage into DR
  • Dominican-Haitian markets
  • City government insists on new charges
  • Prosecutors under investigation
  • PGASE and Ede-Este catch energy thief
  • Battle of the polls
  • Febrillet virtual winner at UASD
  • Port overview
  • Spanish mule arrested at PUJ
  • Risky new/old scheme
  • DR requests extradition for Venezuelan
  • District Attorney to look at "clairvoyant"
  • ABCs of Sex at the National Theater
  • Anthony Rios at the Jaragua
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
  • Fernandez lunches with the Bushes
  • President Fernandez & Gaddafi
  • Old bridge to Haiti closed down
  • Despite costs, fuel consumption up
  • City council to rethink property tax
  • US is number one trading partner
  • Quirino assets under the hammer
  • The high cost of bilingual education
  • Pedernales lobsters
  • The plight of the destitute elderly
  • Mass protests Malecon neglect
  • Amazing and stupefying
  • Good job, well done in SJM
  • Serial rapist in San Cristobal
  • Onamet warns of high waves
  • Rob Square leads Cycling Tour
Monday, 21 February 2011
  • Corruption is government's key challenge
  • Danilo Medina wants primary in May
  • Exports up 18%
  • 1.24% inflation in January
  • Bon targets US and regional markets
  • Emergency landing at Las Americas
  • American and Colombian arrested in ring
  • 52% of women sent to jail for drugs
  • The best Dominican race jockey ever
  • 32nd Independence Cycling Tour
  • Honoring the Dominican nationality
Friday, 18 February 2011
  • Jospin and Westendorp visit
  • Dominican exports to Haiti up 103%
  • Army steps up security re cholera
  • Hostels for Haitians
  • Punta Perla in the news again
  • Salcedo steps back from new taxes
  • Constitutional Court judges
  • Virtual prostitution ring foiled
  • Bautista gets US$64 million contract
  • Fishing in Laguna Manati
  • Carnival at the Jimenez Moya
  • Active weekend
Thursday, 17 February 2011
  • No travel now for Fernandez
  • Pilot program for school breakfast
  • CDC congratulates DR on cholera prevention
  • Hillary Clinton to visit
  • The country is on "autopilot"
  • Constitution Court approval left for next month
  • Hamilton poll evidences PLD stronghold
  • Drinking water for the border
  • Catholic Church message
  • Routes for smuggling Haitians
  • Hotels protest new tax
  • Police recover judge's laptop
  • Fashion Week in May
  • Marley & Jazz
Wednesday, 16 February 2011
  • Planting trees in Haiti
  • IMF Mission statement
  • The quality of government loans
  • Cities want more $
  • City residents unite!
  • Febrillet leads into second round
  • Stalemate on Constitutional Court
  • JCE to select local boards
  • AIRD and ANJE fear border project
  • AES pushes coal and natural gas
  • Conatra wants natural gas
  • Claro cable broke
  • Help for families of fallen cops
  • Accused murderer flees country
  • Military pensioner killed presidential guard
  • Get your tickets for the comedy
Tuesday, 15 February 2011
  • Manigat visits Fernandez
  • President appoints Maria Montez commission
  • La Cumbre Ecological Park reopens
  • Who gets Fernandez's support?
  • Age of judges is obstacle
  • The Unconstitutional Court
  • Banks strike back
  • Santiago to honor Manuel Ulises Bonelly
  • Most earn under RD$10K
  • Simplified company form
  • Surprise public transport stoppage
  • Ten-year old drug runner
  • False consul arrested
  • Venezuelan murdered man was frequent traveler
  • DNCD chief says Mexican capos are here
  • Murdered for a fighting cock
  • The King's Speech
Monday, 14 February 2011
  • More money for the government
  • Dovicon proposal "violates Constitution"
  • Reading into the school breakfast flaws
  • Hostos Park & Guibia beach
  • Another abandoned area
  • Santo Domingo East wants more taxes
  • Work at Vuelta Larga in Santiago
  • Tour operators object to wedding fees
  • Government spending on the rise
  • Canada Chief of Defense visits
  • Census of legal Haitians
  • Dr. Cuello Mainardi passes away
  • Murdered Venezuelan had six phones
  • Latin Hall of Fame
  • Spain honors Oscar de la Renta
  • Carnival
Friday, 11 February 2011
  • Salcedo says Guibia beach ready soon
  • Expatriate vote
  • Blue Esmerald penalty: RD$10M
  • Laguna de Cabral: Ramsar Site
  • Only 13% pay for tap water
  • Bon champions Bicknell Thrush
  • Pola in Bavaro
  • Murder on the Sarasota
  • Dominican convicted in fingerprint plot
  • Top athletes
  • British Chamber of Commerce Golf Cup
Thursday, 10 February 2011
  • Fernandez to head Middle East conference
  • Dovicon maintenance works
  • More roadways planned
  • Anadegas agreement with government
  • Power service improves
  • Renewable energy forum
  • Emirates readies to fly to SDQ
  • Scholarships to Michigan
  • Transparency, please
  • Oil tanker parks in whale sanctuary
  • Cubs announce academy
  • Dominicans to host Caribbean Series 2012
  • Shakira in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 09 February 2011
  • Who will invest in generation?
  • Government invites ANADEGAS to talks
  • Paredes takes another look at breakfasts
  • ASONAHORES rejects taxes
  • Preparing the DR to export
  • Leave the long holidays
  • Last day for candidates to register
  • Serious lack of forensic specialists
  • The death of the Malecon
  • INTEC survey questions labor's future
  • 30 years for cocaine smuggling
  • They let El Duro Motors die
  • Violent kids take over school in Los Mina
  • Eduardo Fukushima
Tuesday, 08 February 2011
  • Consensus on Constitutional Court
  • EU grants DR EUR25M to boost social programs
  • New radars at SDQ and POP
  • Househelp to enter SSS?
  • Fill up! Anadegas goes on the offensive
  • Schools in slums need breakfasts
  • Fuel costs cuts ability to compete
  • Haiti gives Aristide a passport
  • Shocked to hear major investigated Yeni
  • Dismissed police agents sent to court
  • Cristian Castro Concert
  • DR1.COM attracts record number of visitors
Monday, 07 February 2011
  • Fernandez at India Council of World Affairs
  • Fernandez at DSDS in India
  • Diplomatic relations with Sri Lanka
  • School breakfast cancelled again
  • 20 Eco Circuits
  • $50 tolls in April
  • RD$3 million fine for spilling oil
  • Civic Participation - corruption prevails
  • Magical rites vs. medical treatment
  • Cancer in the Dominican Republic
  • 46 Police agents fired
  • Sobeida judge's house burgled
  • Dominican Off-Broadway play
  • Nico Brina concert date correction
  • Fausto Rey for St. Valentine's Day
  • A tight Caribbean Series
Friday, 04 February 2011
  • Sun Group and 500 megawatts
  • Before 27 February, rumors fly
  • The Senate approves changes
  • Government wants to Viadom to run highways
  • Falconbridge reopening brings benefits
  • AMET dips into your pockets, again
  • Five new poisoning cases
  • JCE will not help with PRD primary
  • Two DR hotels make the "Best of" List
  • Flights back to normal
  • DR wins first at Caribbean Series
  • Fastest pianist in the world
Thursday, 03 February 2011
  • Senate approves Monte Grande Dam contract
  • Public Health pushes forward vaccination campaign
  • Paredes orders pay for Barahona doctors
  • Panama to contract 200 Dominican doctors
  • Central Bank changes calculations on COL
  • Drivers cause chaos in Santiago
  • Dominicans laundered US$138 million in Spain
  • Strange death in Puerto Plata airport
  • Haitian children did not die of cholera
  • Russian who bought weapon freed on bail
  • Flights to US cancelled again
  • Bonillita
  • DR falls in first game of Caribbean Series
  • Punta Cana Carnival 2011
Wednesday, 02 February 2011
  • President Fernandez in Bangalore
  • Scholarships for top students
  • 27 Febrero overpass closed for maintenance
  • Dominicans evacuated from Egypt
  • School food intoxication on day one
  • Anadegas protests high fuel prices
  • Monster storm cancels flights
  • Crime knocks nightlife in Santiago
  • Protesting ATC flight announcement
  • Festival Procigar 2011
Tuesday, 01 February 2011
  • Fernandez promotes business in New Delhi
  • Too many on government payroll
  • Sandy Filpo pushes for small business
  • Youth unemployment high
  • 42 million metro fares
  • Number portability fosters competition
  • Mejia registers his pre-candidacy
  • Charcoal business thriving on border
  • Crime in Santo Domingo East
  • Conflicting versions re policeman's killing
  • Lindt + Barcelo Rum
  • Que buena amiga es mi suegra
Monday, 31 January 2011
  • Fernandez's Davos Facebook interview
  • Fernandez visits India's film companies
  • Fernandez speaks to Indian industrialists
  • President has migration ruling
  • Oil spill at Multimodal Caucedo
  • Licey al Medio suffers from crime
  • Watchmen injured in clash with criminals
  • Swimming Championship
  • Toros to Caribbean Series
  • Casandra awards
Friday, 28 January 2011
  • Fernandez at the World Trade Organization
  • Fernandez at the Davos Summit
  • Health Ministry confirms cholera at party
  • January has the most inflation
  • Jeanette Miller wins Literature Award
  • Private transporters dispute perks
  • Government laissez-faire re Haiti
  • Vargas Maldonado pre-candidacy formalized
  • Family disputes Police preliminary findings
  • MLB-Dominican Development Alliance
  • On visas to France
  • Lotoman is a hit
  • Santo Domingo Music Festival
Thursday, 27 January 2011
  • Fernandez speaks at UNCTAD
  • Fidias Aristy to continue at LMD
  • New cancer therapy at Cedimat
  • Conep slams perks for transporters
  • The high cost of credit cards
  • DR is top Caribbean rum exporter
  • US Embassy in Santiago
  • Insider planned movie house robbery
  • Snow grounds US flights
  • Dominican in Operation Triunfo
  • Independence Cycling Tour
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
  • Today is Duarte's birthday
  • President seeks Swiss U agreement
  • Fernandez at O P Jindal University
  • Dominicans leave, Haitians fill void
  • Why motorcycles don't have plates
  • 15% wage hike needed
  • US$3.2 undeclared million
  • Free trade agreement with India?
  • Orange backs football in DR
  • Reformists cannot agree on LMD
  • Chief investigates death of Presidential guard
  • Police mobilize 13,000 for today's protests
  • "Death stretch" claims more victims
  • Japanese events
Tuesday, 25 January 2011
  • Fernandez travels to Switzerland
  • President Fernandez's India agenda
  • Preval in surprise visit on Saturday
  • Motorcyclists to get licenses
  • Proconsumidor on the contracts
  • Strong resistance to fee on fuels
  • Strike on Wednesday
  • Constanza-Jarabacoa Hwy closed
  • Haitian dies of cholera in DR
  • The Casilla Minaya murder case
  • UN-type drug bust
  • Officers planned to replace Agosto network
  • Dominican in Berlusconi sex scandal
  • Onamet: Showers and big waves
  • Toros sweep to victory
Thursday, 20 January 2011
  • DR1 breaks for long weekend
  • President Fernandez to speak in Switzerland
  • Finance minister plays down public debt
  • Quest for Indian investors
  • Higher Electoral Court passed in Congress
  • Constitutional Court delayed
  • Bipolar nation?
  • Claro.net.do
  • Haitians take on Basilica
  • Hamilton poll on pre-candidates
  • Berlusconi's women, two Dominicans
  • SonJazz at the Dominican Fiesta
  • Toros win first in playoffs
Wednesday, 19 January 2011
  • JCE gives time to renew cedulas
  • Deputies approve TSE legislation
  • Marranzini says no new rate increases
  • ARS-Semma gets interim boss
  • High school graduates at 14
  • Government to spend RD$1.2 billion on cholera
  • All quiet on border after Duvalier arrival
  • Poll gives Mejia the edge
  • Watch whales from dry land
  • Las Ballenas Musical Fest
  • Baseball Tournament enters final series
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
  • Pedro Martinez Youth Academy
  • Alta Gracia Apparel honored
  • President sends bond issues to Congress
  • President dismisses Gautreau
  • No reason for higher interest
  • Overpass on 27 February will close
  • Legislation ready to limit liquor sales
  • Cholera victim died of heart attack
  • Prosecutor favors reinforcing border
  • 1000 scholarships available
  • Santiago rejects divisions
  • Truck owners raise freight 30%
  • Government rejects claims by De Baca
  • Haitian prostitutes
  • Many doubt 'Baby Doc' role in Haiti
  • Baseball Roundup
Monday, 17 January 2011
  • No ID card change
  • Fuel highs
  • Trafficking in children to be penalized
  • First trafficker arrest?
  • Reactions to the return of Baby Doc
  • Vargas moves to be the PRD candidate
  • Politicians aware they are losing favor
  • Polon Munoz dies
  • Thieves in the Blue Mall movies
  • Nun kills three
  • Casandra scheduled for 22 March
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 14 January 2011
  • Constitutional Court debates
  • Margarita says the people want Fernandez
  • Ortega y Gasset to Contreras tunnel
  • Haitian migration controls
  • Year-end inflation at 6.24%
  • Seasonal sales
  • Alliance Francaise in Puerto Plata
  • World Press Photo Contest
  • 15th Juan Marichal Golf Classic
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 13 January 2011
  • Fernandez to India & Switzerland
  • Extending the legislature
  • University at Limonade, Haiti
  • Where's the transparency?
  • AmericasBarometer
  • India Chamber of Commerce board
  • Comedy in Sosua
  • Benefit for the Teatro Guloya roof
  • Ania Paz Jazz Series
Wednesday, 12 January 2011
  • Alburquerque says he is next
  • The dangers of seeking re-election
  • Chamber rejects law on Electoral Court
  • Talks and postponement of fare hikes
  • Haiti anniversary dominates news
  • Cholera causes farm labor shortage
  • What was that?
  • Santo Domingo is a noisy city
  • Light rains and cool temperatures
  • Bad weather grounds flights
  • Los Palmeros monument
  • World Press Photo exhibition
  • Baseball Roundup
Tuesday, 11 January 2011
  • Tax-free wages to RD$30,915
  • Back to school
  • Check the quality of your water
  • City council taxes challenged
  • Where's the plan B?
  • 25% of Robert Reid patients are Haitians
  • Prices up
  • Miguel Vargas' helicopter crashes
  • Dominican crowned Colombian Coffee Queen
  • Choco Maple Ice Cream
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 06 January 2011
  • DR1 breaks for Three Kings holiday
  • Scholarships for Dominicans
  • 4th of the month for Education
  • Senators seek referendum signatures
  • Two million signatures for referendum
  • Analyzing re-election and the Constitution
  • US$200,000 not US$29.5M for 911 line
  • Don't pack these
  • Prison director fired
  • Champagne and whisky
  • Luperon tragedy
  • Chilly temperatures through February
  • Major art contest exhibition in Santiago
  • Paso Fino competition
  • Baseball tournament hurting
  • Baseball roundup
Wednesday, 05 January 2011
  • International Year of Forests, 2011
  • DR has 118 protected areas
  • Seven judges on Supreme Court are over age
  • Judge says review is allowed by Constitution
  • Drought and broken pipeline affect city
  • Public Health installs chlorine plants
  • US$29.5 million for 911 calls
  • Asisa poll on presidential candidates
  • Doing business with India
  • Coercive measures ratified in Jordi case
  • Army arrests 12 drivers with illegals
  • Police arrest baseball scout on forgery charges
  • Wound victim of ballplayer makes statement
  • Calle 13 at Sans Souci
  • Baseball Roundup
Tuesday, 04 January 2011
  • Justice under control of the PLD
  • President Fernandez likely to run again?
  • Constitutional Court on hold
  • Lots of money for toys this week
  • Ministry of Labor announces holidays
  • Masacre River added to danger list
  • Public Health closes the year at 148
  • Income per capita at US$5,282
  • No date for 'cedula' renewals
  • The end of the CDA is near
  • Final year-end festivities toll: 105
  • The case of the baseball player
  • Dominican mayor of Providence, RI
  • Baseball Roundup
Monday, 03 January 2011
  • Year of Transparency
  • Fernandez seeks reelection
  • Fernandez on the Constitution Court
  • CDEEE improving, more work needed
  • Forests increase in DR
  • Public Health Minister Bautista Rojas Gomez
  • Cholera free New Year
  • Protect Dominican rum
  • Recognizing Molina Morillo
  • The wrong pedal
  • 102 deaths over Christmas/NYear holidays
  • 30 days without visits for Sobeida
  • Yubel Enriquez Mendez extradited
  • Alfredo Simon in big trouble
  • Was it his wife?
  • Baseball Round up

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