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Friday, 27 December 2013
  • DR1 breaks for the New Year holidays
  • 2014: Year to Overcome Illiteracy
  • JCE signs for new cedula
  • Safe New Year's operation starts
  • Constitutional Court ruling: DR at a disadvantage
  • 7,779 scholarships in 2013
  • Civic group seeks focus on impunity
  • Garbage collecting as usual
  • Who will take the lead of the PLD?
  • Leonel Fernandez celebrates 60th birthday
  • Bravo will absorb ITBIS increase in January
  • BanReservas announces credit card with smart chip
  • Diplomacy Vatican-style
  • Chilly temperatures for New Year's
  • Cuba to play in Caribbean Series
  • And there will be baseball...
  • Children's Choir at the Parque de las Luces
  • Julio Sabala at the National Theater
  • Tony Dize at Hard Rock
  • Big Band III at the Teatro La Fiesta
  • Tour David Guetta and Calvin Harris
  • Avenida del Puerto New Year's tradition
  • Salsa & Merengue at the Teatro La Fiesta for New Year
  • Embajador New Year's Party 2014
  • Atracciones del Lago celebrates New Year's
  • Franco Bianco at The Cave
Thursday, 26 December 2013
  • President Medina inaugurates roads in Montecristi
  • Remember: Tuesday is the last day to get stickers
  • Merca Santo Domingo is open for the holidays
  • Free zones employ 140,000 more
  • University will investigate damage to monuments
  • Major stores closed for holiday
  • COE reports 28 fatalities over Christmas
  • Garbage as a Christmas ornament for barrios
  • Haitian groups call for boycott
  • 41,000 marriages and 17,000 divorces a year
  • 12 year old gets bariatric surgery
  • Case against Ramiro Matos placed in judiciary
  • Cold front brings pleasant temperatures
  • Major baseball news of 2013
Friday, 20 December 2013
  • DR1 breaks for the Christmas holidays
  • Safe Christmas operation starts
  • Police announces plan to reach out to communities
  • President Medina opens new commercial plaza in San Francisco de Macoris
  • Exports up 17% in 2013
  • Better teachers and creativity key to education pact
  • Civil registry office closes for the holidays
  • Santo Domingo pays taxes for most of the country
  • Legislator calls for help to deal with collapse in Haiti
  • VP says prosecute 61-year old in triplet case
  • Investigate those who caused the 2012 fiscal deficit
  • Alert for new mosquito virus
  • Castro Castillo defends Nasco murder investigation
  • Pepe Hidalgo court order revoked
  • That's Dominican at Centro Leon
  • El Cigala in Santo Domingo
  • Justin James in Cabarete
  • Elton John booked for Altos de Chavon
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 19 December 2013
  • Danilo sees talks starting "soon"
  • School is out: Drive carefully
  • Small business don't need tax printers
  • Customs announces new plan to stop tax evasion
  • JCE deals with hundreds of fake ID cards
  • Public Health to invest RD$200 million in vaccines against HPV
  • Lack of manners main problem for driving in the capital
  • Relatives believe a mastermind was behind Nasco murder
  • Cooler temps bring relief
  • Zacarias Ferreira and Tono Rosario at Jet Set
  • Mexican hit comedy opens in Dominican cinemas
  • Jazz in the Colonial City
  • El Cigala in Santiago
  • Baseball Roundup
Wednesday, 18 December 2013
  • Dominican Republic and Haiti begin talking again
  • Cable laid to link South America
  • Christmas lunch and dinners across the country
  • Non-Catholic priests approved to conduct weddings
  • Traders threaten strike
  • AMET announces reasons for fines
  • Oops! AMET caught breaking its own laws
  • Police patrols increased to prevent Christmas thefts
  • Colombians arrested
  • Kidnapped man freed unharmed
  • Dominicans arrested in Bahamas and Cuba
  • David Ortiz raises US$350,000 for medical care for children
  • Baseball Roundup
Tuesday, 17 December 2013
  • President Medina at Petrocaribe meeting
  • President congratulates new President
  • Tax income up
  • Politur becomes Cestur
  • Thirteen-year old has triplets
  • Haina off Blacksmith Institute most polluted places list
  • Apolo Taxi protest
  • Pepe Hidalgo ordered to be arrested in Higuey
  • Mass for Nasco
  • Murderer of Canadian to be set free
  • Sandy Gabriel and Latin Jazz at Casa de Teatro
  • Jazz where El Conde meets Las Damas in the Colonial City
Monday, 16 December 2013
  • DR to preside SICA through June 2014
  • Special Commission for Los Haitises
  • President inaugurates projects
  • Government begins construction of coal-fired generators
  • New in Santo Domingo: Eugenio Maria de Hostos Park
  • CSI partners with GetGroup and ABNote for Dominican IDs
  • Flavio Dario Espinal says the IACHR report lacks balance
  • Explaining the Dominican side of the Haiti-DR immigration case
  • "Why the talks with Haiti" asks Diario Libre
  • IDB loan for planting macadamia
  • TV host Claudio Nasco murdered
  • District prosecutor says Sobeida's papers are missing
  • Attention collectors: Arte del Cafe again at Cuesta
  • Pavel Nunez and Big Band at Teatro la Fiesta
Friday, 13 December 2013
  • President Medina travels to Panama for SICA
  • Alex Rodriguez visits President Medina
  • Ministry of Environment to control for noise during holidays
  • Customs opens office at Barrick
  • Central Bank says November inflation under 1%
  • Reasons for optimism for 2014
  • Name change for Air Force graduating class
  • Passport office explains passport application irregularities
  • JCE: Re-election not on the drawing board
  • Foreigners are 8% of inhabitants in DR
  • Altice promises hi-tech and price revolution
  • Dengue death toll reaches 110
  • 16th PanAm Weightlifting Championship in 2014
  • David Ortiz Golf Classic
  • Salsa & Merengue at the Teatro La Fiesta for New Year
  • Toque Profundo at Centro Cultural de Espana
  • Easy listening music at the National Theater
  • SuperWillie at Bellas Artes
  • Arts and Crafts Fair
  • Baseball Roundup
Thursday, 12 December 2013
  • Jose Ramon Peralta: "The best is yet to come"
  • ECLAC sees DR growth
  • Fernando Gonzalez sees DR as Indian gateway to the Americas
  • Tricom-Orange to use Orange brand
  • Funds for 401 new schools
  • Banks decide against 1% surcharge on international purchases
  • Ministry of Health reaches agreement with Senasa
  • Low yields of pensions funds a long-term disappointment
  • Parts of Santiago to go without water for a while
  • Referendum legislation brings out re-electionists
  • Rainieri calls for toning down debate
  • "Sold": a sordid story of human trafficking
  • Procedural errors cause many cases to fail
  • Take out the sweaters!
  • Baseball Roundup
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
  • More hotels and hotel renovations to come with law changes
  • Migration director calls for more funds to legalize people
  • Haitian immigration status regulated
  • New IDs will not be able to be forged
  • Santiago declared eco-tourism province
  • Deputies to sort out schoolbooks mess
  • Christmas food boxes on the way
  • Get your vehicle tax sticker now
  • Energy Forum promotes funds for renewable energy generation
  • Drug find in Puerto Plata airport
  • Sobeida complains about prosecutor
  • Journalists being gagged
  • Fernando Echavarria in concert
  • David Ortiz Golf Classic
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
  • Christmastime road paving program
  • Pacific trade pact could hurt Dominican exports, warns Medina
  • Coal-fired plants to cost US$1.94 billion
  • More food taxes starting in January
  • DR receives new ambassadors
  • New cedula will not be truly biometric
  • Indotel to deploy 3,124km of fiber-optic networks
  • Search for the Santa Maria
  • Residents protest the Bright Christmas park
  • Sosua and Cabarete included in top 10 retirement list
  • Cocaine haul
  • Bodysnatchers in Barahona
  • Dominican to go to US to face trial
  • Carib Wind Christmas Sale
  • Rally of the Caribbean
Monday, 09 December 2013
  • RD$7 billion for small business
  • La Romana bypass lanes temporarily closed
  • Tis the season to be merry!
  • IACHR reaffirms immigrants have right to Dominican citizenship, Ministry responds
  • The Economist blasts DR, London ambassador responds
  • Haiti demands what it does not give
  • Campaign seeks to give more rights to illegal than legal immigrants
  • Reaching out to potential Haitian voters?
  • The chilling of Dominican and Caricom relations as seen by David Jessop
  • Altice announces financing for Dominican acquisitions
  • Illegal seafood exports confiscated
  • Man sues DR for rain during his vacation
  • Carrefour wine fair
  • Green alert for boat trips on coastal waters
  • Five Days of Christmas at Bellas Artes
  • 10K DP World Marathon
Friday, 06 December 2013
  • President Medina mourns Mandela
  • New pediatrics hospital at Ciudad de la Salud
  • US$35 million for farmers in San Juan province
  • Medina receives IACHR commission
  • UNHCR urges fast action on Constitutional Court ruling
  • What the IACHR needs to include
  • Gold medalist would need to legalize his status
  • Hipolito takes PRD politics to IACHR
  • Accidents and awareness: key issues for Specials Needs Council
  • Indotel recognizes decline in telecom service quality
  • Labor code, education, taxation and energy sectors key to relaunching economy
  • Brugal: Grand Exporter of the Year
  • Felix Garcia warns DR has failing export policies
  • EGE Haina donates to remove abandoned ship
  • Santiago prosecutor suffers robbery
  • Marijuana shipment seized in Barahona
  • Ignacio Pinazo at the Museum of Modern Art
  • First Individual Exhibition by Hulda Guzman
  • Dominican Arts & Crafts Fair in Colonial City
  • Baseball round up
Thursday, 05 December 2013
  • President Medina opens Ocoa Highway
  • Christmas bonus money starts to flow
  • Admiral announces more troops, more pay
  • Senate calls for elimination of 1% fee on CC purchases
  • BHD + Banco Leon = Centro Financiero BHD Leon
  • US donates 911 equipment worth US$6 million
  • IDB: Electricity sector reform crucial for reducing poverty
  • Woman faked kidnapping to get money from boyfriend
  • Umbrellas at the ready!
  • Long Night of Museums
  • Free Johnny Ventura concerts
  • Baseball Roundup
Wednesday, 04 December 2013
  • La Barquita: An impossible dream begins
  • Christmas bonus payments start tomorrow
  • Child undernutrition down
  • Teachers need to know how to read
  • PLD to elect Central Committee members
  • Protestors ask for Metro line
  • Haitian ministers challenge deportation rumors
  • Human Right Commission meets with deputies
  • Turtle killers brought to justice
  • Dead pilots were US citizens
  • Navy detains 84 would-be migrants
  • Rain on the way
  • Aljadaqui says good-bye
  • Feast of the Vampires
Tuesday, 03 December 2013
  • President Medina opens road to La Romana
  • Ceremony for World AIDS day
  • Teachers' pensions to rise
  • Dominicans to work in agriculture in Canada
  • 10% of Health Budget spent on Haitians
  • Advocating for more incentives for tourism sector
  • BanReservas will not apply 1% charge on dollar purchases
  • Human Rights checking out the country
  • Human Rights Commission begins interviews
  • Francina Hungria works to introduce beep blind baseball
  • Three bodies found
  • Remains in the Pantheon not Caamano
  • Pilots missing after crash
  • R5Louder in Santo Domingo
  • Matt Hunter in Concert
  • Baseball roundup
Monday, 02 December 2013
  • New IDs coming soon
  • City government opens Bright Christmas park display
  • Foreigner Legalization Plan is official
  • Border immigration solidarity groups favor visa holders
  • Dominican truckers scared to travel to Haiti
  • IACHR visits to see for itself
  • Politics first? Morales Troncoso reorganizing the PRSC
  • Police: Operation Quiet Christmas 2013
  • 82 Haitians arrested in aborted boat trip to Puerto Rico
  • Kany Garcia at Hard Rock
  • Anthony Santos at Jet Set
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 29 November 2013
  • World Baseball Classic winners meet President Medina
  • Senator says 1% credit card charge is illegal
  • Caricom discriminates against Haiti by asking for visas
  • More politics than economics
  • IACHR mission to visit 2-6 December
  • Border security to be enhanced
  • Border security enhanced
  • Cabarete mayor suspended
  • Spanish singer David Bisbal in Punta Cana
  • 1,000 kilos of cocaine confiscated at sea
  • Black Friday shopping
  • Yo soy Maria Monito at Sala Ravelo
  • Honoring Clara Ledesma at Bellas Artes
  • Pavel Nunez at Teatro La Fiesta
  • Concha Buika at the National Theater
Thursday, 28 November 2013
  • SPM gets a bypass
  • Medina signs the Preferential Vote Law
  • DR withdraws from talks with Haiti
  • DR recalls ambassador in Haiti for consultations
  • Nearly 600,000 informal jobs in 13 years
  • Orange sells out for US$1.4 billion
  • Most business owners optimistic
  • Last days for Seaborne fare sale to Puerto Rico
  • JetBlue contributes to education in DR
  • Judge refuses parole for Redondo Llenas
  • Police chief prohibits roundups
  • Woman talks to family after 20 years
  • Winter baseball roundup
  • Celebrating the World Baseball Classic win
  • Black Friday and Thanksgiving
Wednesday, 27 November 2013
  • La Romana bypass opens today
  • Medina "best President ever"
  • Dominican Republic gets a B from Fitch
  • Orange sold to Tricom owners
  • Loma Miranda up for debate
  • Additional charge for credit cards
  • New Immigration Plan
  • Caricom suspends Dominican application
  • US ambassador arrives with his husband
  • US tax talk in Casa de Campo
  • Alarming number of suicides
  • Cracking down on yolas
  • Jazz Concerts with Sandy Gabriel
Tuesday, 26 November 2013
  • RD$50 billion in cash from the government this month
  • National Legalization Plan published
  • President inaugurates teachers co-op
  • International Day for No Violence against Women
  • Pope says Church should not be involved in politics
  • US Ambassador introduces himself to Dominican people
  • Businesses in the Colonial Zone ask for support
  • Caricom meeting today
  • Murder of elderly couple causes unrest on the border
  • Report on drug hauls this year
  • US citizens jailed for sex trafficking accusations
  • Counterfeiter jailed on remand
  • It's getting cooler
  • Pan Am Surfing Games in 2014
  • Merengue day
Monday, 25 November 2013
  • Dominican government joins global anti tax evasion initiative
  • Central Bank debt is 44.9% of GDP
  • Otra Banda road to be improved
  • Bankruptcy law a priority for small business sector
  • Supreme Administrative Court rules in favor of consumers
  • Senator Felix Bautista announces start of campaign for Fernandez 2016
  • Pavel Nunez TV special wins Emmy in Florida
  • US ambassador to the DR marries his partner
  • Tricom could be the buyer of Orange
  • Must buy book: Dictionary of Dominican Spanish
  • Black Friday in the Dominican Republic
  • Bicycle tour to promote environmental conservation
  • Nick Vujicic talk at Palacio de los Deportes
  • A Christmas Carol at the Teatro Nacional
Friday, 22 November 2013
  • It's Christmas at the Presidential Palace
  • Haiti and DR to give priority to talks
  • 30% of southwest hospital budget for treating Haitian patients
  • Haitians displace Dominicans on illegal boat trips to Puerto Rico
  • Renovated Los Mina pediatrics emergency area
  • Money talks in preferential vote bill
  • 10% of Dominicans work in government
  • Customs abandons prosecuting in fraud case
  • PLD national assembly on Sunday
  • Taxes keep fares to DR too high
  • Dominicans win Latin Grammy awards
  • Colonial Fest this weekend
  • Futuros Divorciados in concert
  • Disney in Concert
  • Swan Lake at Plaza de Espana
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 21 November 2013
  • President Medina inaugurates new Punta Cana roads
  • Why did Medina cut continuing the Metro?
  • CDEEE says funding is not enough
  • Senate approves change in 2016 elections voting
  • Deputies approve BanReservas debt payments extension
  • Ministry of Foreign Relations says Caricom can't do anything regarding the Constitutional Court ruling
  • Senate sounds off on Haitian accusations
  • DR looks at UNHCR
  • Birthing tourism big in Santiago
  • AmCham lobbies to change Customs Law to facilitate logistics centers
  • Yes, we have bananas
  • Keep the umbrella handy
  • Baseball roundup
  • Concha Buika at the National Theater
Wednesday, 20 November 2013
  • President Medina at HOPEFOR
  • More classrooms being built
  • Alcohol sale ban lifted for the holidays
  • Constitutional Court insists on privacy
  • City hall's Christmas gift
  • Garbage piling up
  • 24% of births at La Altagracia are to Haitians
  • Caricom meeting postponed
  • Dengue still a problem
  • Falcondo insists on mining in Loma Miranda
  • Dancing with a half a million in his pocket
  • Liriano Sanchez to jail
  • Felix Sanchez to keep competing
  • Christmas concert by the National Symphony Concert
Tuesday, 19 November 2013
  • Presidency signs National Budget 2014
  • President Medina meets Turkish Deputy Prime Minister
  • El Salvador delegation visits
  • Super Diplomat Felix Sanchez sworn in
  • National Migration Board to meet
  • Sugar shortage
  • Emergency patients should not be charged
  • Nearly 2,000 transplants in 12 years
  • Tropical storm to bring high surf
  • Border patrols increased
  • Zero tolerance for violence against military and police
  • Omega in trouble again
  • Pedophilia evidence against ex-papal nuncio sent to Rome
  • Art Galleries tour
Monday, 18 November 2013
  • Odebrecht leads in power plant tender
  • 2013 will be good year for exports
  • Government reopens civil registry offices abroad
  • Should ministers quit to concentrate on their political campaigns?
  • Wally Brewster gets green light to start in DR
  • New papal nuncio arrives today
  • Minustah warns that politics keeps solutions away from Haiti
  • Haitians involved in 20-25% of crimes in DR?
  • Anthony Santos at the Jaragua
  • Julio Sabala at the National Theater
  • Baseball roundup
Friday, 15 November 2013
  • Haiti consults Dominican Republic on water supply system
  • New ambassadors for Germany, Turkey, Qatar and European Union
  • Metro buses 'just parked'
  • Spanish ambassador offers support for regularization plan
  • De Castro explains Ruling 168-13 to Puerto Ricans
  • Should President Medina respond directly to Gonsalves?
  • The false human rights "defenders"
  • Bus drivers become migration inspectors
  • Woman police gets apartment
  • Father Rogelio files suit against Falcondo
  • Liriano Sanchez fired from the Police force
  • Bautista says new proof cannot be used in case
  • Motorcyclists involved in 80% traffic accidents
  • Drug dogs patrol at Punta Cana International Airport
  • Classical Dance at Bellas Artes
  • Ruben Blades at the Palacio de Deportes
Thursday, 14 November 2013
  • INTEC to build new engineering school
  • DR elected to board of UNESCO
  • St. Vincent PM tells DR to revoke Ruling 168-13
  • Rosario urges Haiti to cooperate by documenting its own citizens
  • DR has difficulty reciprocating with PetroCaribe
  • Bakers back away from price hike
  • Senate approves tollbooth transfer
  • Hoteliers: governments should eliminate barriers
  • Venezuelan bank Banesco announces 48% interest rate
  • Campaign to educate drivers in the Dominican Republic
  • Secrecy abounds in Segna liquidation
  • Teachers on strike in Cibao
  • Nuria describes Senate investigation as "theater"
  • Figueroa and Quirino's assets to be auctioned
  • The Toros on a roll
  • DR takes one set off Russia in FIVB
  • Swan Lake at Plaza de Espana
Wednesday, 13 November 2013
  • National Budget passes in Congress
  • President Medina inaugurates new production line
  • Changes in the National Police
  • Retaking control of immigration
  • Haiti lobbies Venezuela to remove DR PetroCaribe privileges?
  • Turning international opinion against the Dominican Republic
  • Parties evade Political Parties Bill to avoid accountability
  • Problems with coal-fired plants bidding process
  • Resignation of Felix Bautista requested
  • Nuria hands over DVDs on Felix Bautista reports
  • Cancer Institute remains closed
  • Prostate cancer on the rise
  • Anniversary of American Flight 587 plane crash
  • Maternity clinic to stand trial for electricity theft
  • Fugitive arrested at sea
  • DR gets good start in FIVB Women's Grand Champion Cup
  • Talks and movies at the Centro Cultural BanReservas
  • Chiqui Vicioso announces tribute to first Dominican doctor
Tuesday, 12 November 2013
  • President meets with World Bank board members
  • President announces Christmas wage
  • US lifts restrictions on Dominican vegetable imports
  • 40% increase in the price of bread
  • Adriano Espaillat gets briefing on regularization plan
  • Corruption a threat to democracy
  • Police in Boca Chica transferred
  • Police conclude investigation into Liriano Sanchez
  • Risik denies links to contract killer ring and drug trafficking
  • Strike in Nagua today
  • Fire destroys homes in Santiago
  • Amazing underwater discovery
  • David Ortiz: From MVP to MTV
  • Heavenly flute music at the National Theater
Monday, 11 November 2013
  • President Medina in Villa Riva
  • Santiago bypass ready for February 2014
  • October inflation down 0.14%
  • Fight against malaria in DR recognized
  • Christmas customs cut comes early this year
  • Educa proposes changes in high school subjects
  • 1.5 million diabetics in the Dominican Republic?
  • Orange says sale possible, but not definite
  • Arrest of La Romana mayor
  • Why aren't the traffickers arrested?
  • Police chief says crime down 39%
  • 13 Haitians reach Mona Island, others die on the way
  • Miss Dominican Republic makes Miss Universe Top 10
  • Baseball roundup
  • Seventh Funglode Film Festival
Friday, 08 November 2013
  • UN offers to support Regularization Plan
  • EU delegation says let the government work
  • 13,672 not 688,000 irregular Haitian birth registrations
  • Constructive attitude to regularization
  • RD$2,000 bill recall
  • Cayo Levantado can't be inherited or sold
  • Metro Line 2B may have to wait
  • Dominican student wins Cisco Networking contest
  • Super Tucano bribery case under investigation
  • Puerto Plata photo exhibition
  • Botanical Gardens National Plant and Flower Festival
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 07 November 2013
  • Senate passes budget revisions
  • Government violates Constitution by taking on more debt
  • Public debt now at US$21.89 billion
  • De los Santos wants Metro in Santo Domingo East
  • Counterfeit RD$2,000 bills
  • ONEC takes case to Danilo
  • Car sales down, way down
  • Dominicans prefer pre-paid mobiles
  • Study by Frente Amplio shows overvaluation on projects
  • A third of elderly are in some sort of work
  • Border in Dajabon opens anew
  • Keep the umbrella handy
  • Big Papi on David Letterman show
  • Fausto Rey at Bar de Teresa
  • Symphonic Fall at Bellas Artes
  • Baseball continues this weekend
Wednesday, 06 November 2013
  • New national budget submitted
  • Merca Santo Domingo set to open tomorrow
  • Bill for toll use passes to Senate
  • Over 7,000 teachers and administrators needed
  • Nationality committee established, numbers ready this week
  • Coral reefs to be restored
  • Wind farm in Bani
  • Shipwreck treasure up for auction in London
  • Foreigners taking over Dominican businesses
  • Border dispute continues
  • Drivers cause jam in Santiago
  • Diario Libre submits habeas corpus writ against Insurance Superintendent
  • 204kg cocaine shipment caught in Barcelona
  • Adriano Roman in hospital
  • A day of merengue on radio in the country
  • Disney in Concert
  • Johnny Ventura & Gran Combo concert
Tuesday, 05 November 2013
  • President visits coffee producers in Blanco
  • Garcia announces opening of new highways to the east
  • New representative at the OAS
  • Dede Mirabal's son dies
  • Checking of birth certificates is proceeding on time
  • Demonstration in support of nationality ruling
  • Too many children are dying
  • Government is biggest employer
  • Altice to acquire Dominican Republic operator Tricom
  • Bribery allegations to be investigated
  • Drugs bound for Barahona intercepted
  • Tragic accident near San Pedro de Macoris
  • Polish priest formally accused, sought by Interpol
  • Green alert for several provinces
  • 10km Marathon at the Mirador
Thursday, 31 October 2013
  • US lobbies for natural gas plant
  • 70% of classrooms to be delivered on time
  • Effective single-window systems
  • Bird watching society and Environment Ministry unite for Bahoruco
  • Dominican ambassador rallies for Haiti to document its citizens
  • Too much debt, says ANJE
  • Pan Am Health questions dengue treatment
  • Not really new: DR among highest teen pregnancies
  • Lack of money hampers drug treatment centers
  • Despite Police Chief's reports 81% say there is more crime
  • Senator Felix Bautista sues Juan TH
  • Palito de Coco has an author
  • Nine provinces under green alert
  • Boston World Series Champion: Ortiz MVP
  • Dominican Baseball Roundup
  • Julio Sabala at the National Theater
Wednesday, 30 October 2013
  • Surprise visits are leading to jobs
  • OAS Human Rights Commission to visit
  • DR calls OAS to be part of the Hispaniola immigration solution
  • Group set up to monitor civil registry inventory
  • Central Bank reports US$2.28 billion in remittances
  • Hookahs may be banned
  • Nutrition plan launched
  • Need to fight against dengue
  • Leonel Fernandez in Paris for UNESCO-Juan Bosch Prize
  • DR drops in Doing Business ranking
  • Asonahores calls for strengthening competitiveness
  • Orange sale gets closer
  • Bulgarians arrested for stealing from cash machines
  • Colonel Fernandez Dominguez exhumed
  • Minibus stolen
  • Baseball - The Dominican Winter League
  • All eyes on David Ortiz tonight
Tuesday, 29 October 2013
  • Budget meeting at the Presidential Palace
  • BanReservas to take charge of tolls
  • Demands for money for the Monte Grande dam
  • President Medina wins award
  • Dominicans have stand in London
  • Implementing Ruling 168-13 on regularizing status of foreigners
  • Government mission to OAS meeting on legalization ruling
  • Will the government implement the Legalization Plan?
  • Help me Paint your House program in Colonial City
  • Progress being made on new coal-fired generators
  • Who will be next President?
  • Award for President Fernandez
  • Cardinal Nicolas de Jesus says bishops ready for retirement
  • Carnival's Robalagallina character falls to his death
  • Need to end organized crime
  • Thirteen murders in one night
  • Drug finds in the east
  • Martha Heredia is not pregnant
  • Sweet Santo Domingo
Monday, 28 October 2013
  • Medina explains government's position to ambassadors
  • JCE begins foreigner inventory
  • Juan Manuel Rosario clarifies misconceptions on Haitian immigration
  • Private and public corruption, which is greater?
  • Lawyer group retracts complaint against Victor Diaz Rua
  • FZ industries distance themselves from government collection bid
  • It was a bird!
  • Everton advances on mining operations
  • Hole gobbles Miss Dominican Republic
  • Aida Bonnelly de Diaz passes away
  • Dominican Winter Baseball League update
  • Piano recital at the National Theater
Friday, 25 October 2013
  • Health Ministry wants drinking curfew for holidays
  • Labor Ministry announces 2014 holiday list
  • Immigration prepared for Foreigner Legalization Plan
  • Legislator calls for NGOs to join effort to regularize foreigners
  • Cardinal backs regularizing status of foreigners
  • Haitian immigration affects national security
  • Something's very wrong in development model
  • Dominican numbers in the United States
  • Aguavivas behind complaint against ex-Minister of Public Works
  • Court ruling favors Germans in La Mulata III case
  • More drug accomplices in DNCD, says Senator Wilton Guerrero
  • Will Tono Lena return to enjoy his great fortune?
  • Snoop Dogg and Rihanna at Hard Rock Hotel Punta Cana
  • Il Volo at the National Theater
  • Baseball - The Dominican Winter League
Thursday, 24 October 2013
  • Government advances on regularizing foreigners
  • Valdez Albizu: economy grew 2.9%
  • Cecanot and Sisalril reach agreement
  • Focusing on medical tourism
  • ANJE calls for speed-up of electricity pact
  • More workers get pink slips from Falcondo
  • Dengue still very much present
  • Guillermo Moreno fasts to protest shelving of corruption case
  • DA freezes Diaz Rua's assets
  • Quirino's assets shared out
  • Gabriel Mora (Canoa) court case opened
  • Justice at a snail's pace
  • Judge sentences metal thief to five years
  • Gol fares on sale
  • David Ortiz contributes to Boston victory in playoffs
  • Baseball - The Dominican Winter League
  • It's Halloween in Santo Domingo
  • Ever wanted to climb Pico Duarte?
Wednesday, 23 October 2013
  • Immigration meeting at Presidential Palace today
  • Discussions on the Labor Code
  • More bonds issued
  • Helping fight poverty in Elias Pina
  • Minister of Environment in favor of Loma Miranda mining
  • 724,515 Dominicans have pending driving fines
  • Puerto Plata asks for budget money
  • No roaming charges for T-Mobile customers in DR
  • Billy bookcase costs the most in Santo Domingo store
  • Cibao strike victims
  • Drug captain denies arrest, arrest warrant published
  • Major drugs haul
  • Martha Heredia in court
  • Emergency landing for Sunwing flight
  • Learn to meditate
  • Robotica 360 at city mall
Tuesday, 22 October 2013
  • JCE head admits civil registry was run as a private business
  • Anibal de Castro disputes statelessness and mass deportation claims
  • CDEEE says they are paying debt
  • Seaborne to fly San Juan-La Romana in December
  • Dominicans in NY get 9% fixed interest rate deal on homes
  • Brugal rum is third most sold in the world
  • Investigations into Felix Batista continue
  • Police arrested for complicity with drug dealers
  • Haitians arrested for attempting to travel to Puerto Rico
  • Surviving quintuplets leave hospital
  • Justin Bieber turns Santo Domingo into his Latin American hub
Monday, 21 October 2013
  • President Medina at Panama Ibero-American Summit
  • President Medina at SICA-Spain
  • DR climbs in Climatescope ranking
  • Leading Colonial City museums to be improved
  • Government accumulates big arrears with power generators
  • Provisions retailers call for cost reductions
  • Capers growing in Montecristi
  • Lawyers protest campaign to legitimize identity fraud
  • The high cost of traffic accidents
  • Going fishing for cocaine
  • Sammy Sosa, Julio Cesar Franco to Hall of Fame
  • Badminton Pan Ams in Santo Domingo
  • Dominicana Moda opens at the Embajador today
Friday, 18 October 2013
  • President Medina visits Panamanian counterpart
  • President Medina speaks at Iberoamerican Business Forum
  • Budget needs more money
  • Legislators' behavior to be investigated
  • Amnesty International condemns DR ruling
  • Caricom opinion on Constitutional Court nationality decision
  • Haitians growing marijuana
  • Lenient sentence for drug trafficker
  • More police dismissals
  • Haina River tragedy
  • Palito de Coco!
  • Play ball!
Thursday, 17 October 2013
  • President Medina travels to Panama
  • Better years for Free Zones
  • Government asks for patience in Ozama River relocations
  • Bahia de las Aguilas decision postponed again
  • Falcondo lets go another 100 workers
  • AFPs question changes to law 87-01
  • Haitian kids on the streets again
  • Motorcycle races move millions
  • Complaint filed against Bienes Nacionales official
  • Authorities arrest 170 illegal migrants
  • Green alert for five provinces
  • Leavy Nin Batista is out on parole
  • Art Galleries tour in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 16 October 2013
  • Medina highlights programs for women
  • Credit card interest rate cut to 5.5% this month
  • A symphonic orchestra with jail inmates
  • The Haitian wall
  • Pension plans for poor people to be inflation-linked
  • Record users of the metro
  • The dead weight in the 2014 National Budget
  • The drug retail business explained
  • Blind people demand clear sidewalks
  • Exporting zapote in power to the US
  • Heart specialist criticizes excessive tests
  • Owner of Chino de Mariscos stabbed at the restaurant
  • Man arrested with US$560,000 stashed in car
  • Polish priests will be judged abroad
  • Leavy Nin Batista out of jail
  • Discover Puerto Plata opens today
Tuesday, 15 October 2013
  • President Medina meets new UN Women director
  • President to help fishermen in San Pedro de Macoris
  • Call for end to legislators 'social funds'
  • Pay rise agreed for medical staff
  • Tax Department collects RD$206.1 billion
  • Debt guzzling PLD governments
  • New equipment for the police
  • Attempted murder in La Romana
  • Drugs found in plane toilet
  • Bonao priest cleared of sex abuse
  • Rains forecast to continue
  • Salcedo announces A Bright Christmas City
Monday, 14 October 2013
  • President Medina is most popular in the Americas
  • Wage increases for agronomists
  • September inflation at 0.49%
  • Come to Santo Domingo!
  • National Budget grows 730% in 10 years
  • Proposal for tax-free shopping up to US$200 in local stores
  • Samana is losing its cruise ships
  • It's raining
  • Unbelievable! Big Papi's Grand Slam in game 2
  • DR defeats USA, but loses to China in FIVB volleyball
  • Winners of Mobil 1 Speed Racing Championship
  • Wagner at Bellas Artes
Friday, 11 October 2013
  • IDs to be issued for students at Dominican schools
  • Labor commission to review code
  • New heart center: Cedimat inspired by Montefiore
  • 2012 was record year; FDI in 2013 is US$799 million
  • DR signs agreement with World Customs Organization
  • Haiti builds a wall at the border
  • Juliana Dequis Pierre pursues her case for Dominican nationality
  • Lack of civil registry in Haiti is root of identity problem
  • Adriano Miguel Tejada: Juicy fallacies in civil registry fraud case
  • Ozama River has great tourism potential
  • Grupo Jaragua wins Brugal Cree en su Gente award
  • Prince Royce, Romeo Santos at White House Hispanic Heritage Month celebration
  • Music workshop opened to Dominicans
  • Wyclef Jean and Ilegales at Lifestyle Holidays
  • Car racing at the Mobil 1 Autodrome
  • Symphonic Rock at the National Theater
  • The Woman in Black at the National Theater
Thursday, 10 October 2013
  • Creating a business in a day?
  • Amarante Baret doubts that 4% will be spent
  • Hacienda explores alternatives to wage increases
  • IMF praises Dominican efforts
  • First permit authorized for Dequis Pierre
  • Clash outside National Congress on Loma Miranda
  • DR denies arbitrary expulsions
  • Refuse from Ozama would cover Olympic Stadium
  • South Coast is target for drug traffickers
  • Former priest Espinal sent to Najayo
  • Dominicans first in U23 Volleyball Championship
  • Children and Youth Chess Tournament at Sambil
  • Tropical music in Samana
Wednesday, 09 October 2013
  • President Medina tours Barrick Gold
  • President Medina 'sympathetic' to immigration problem
  • Discussions underway to help cross-border trade
  • IMF reports on economic recovery
  • Groups asking for bigger share of the 2014 budget
  • Drug rehab centers ask for more money
  • Sexual stimulants are often fake
  • Maternal mortality still far too high
  • Major drug haul in Salinas
  • Fugitive priest convicted of pedophilia arrested
  • Who shot at the president of the Chamber of Deputies?
  • Diego El Cigala receives honor at UASD
  • Last day of Fine Arts Film Festival
Tuesday, 08 October 2013
  • Medina meets with Falcondo
  • Budget discussions to begin
  • Reasons for farm produce price increases
  • Water to be checked
  • Colonial City works will not affect heritage
  • Nurses call off strike
  • Suspended mayor loses appeal
  • Two people shot by mistake
  • Martha Heredia back in the news
  • Sun Land libel case to be heard in Miami
  • Bahia de las Aguilas case postponed again
  • High temperatures and rains to continue
  • Michel Camilo to play for ADR 50th anniversary
Monday, 07 October 2013
  • President Medina to support larimar producers
  • New Ministry of Mines & Energy gets big budget
  • Catholic Church to help with literacy program
  • Haitians living in DR favor regularizing status
  • What's the Haitian government's motivation?
  • Vatican names Jude Thaddeus Okolo to replace Wesolowski
  • Deacon says Church knows of many more pedophile priests
  • Stay-at-home husbands increasing in the Dominican Republic
  • Yamilet makes 7th in World Gymnastics
  • Spanish art exhibition
  • Chichiguas al Aire
  • Symphonic Rock at the National Theater
  • Car racing at the Mobil 1 Track
Friday, 04 October 2013
  • US$1.5 billion in sovereign bonds for 2014
  • DR and Colombia meet to fight drug trafficking
  • Street changes in Centro de los Heroes
  • Falcondo employees picket for their jobs
  • Esophagus replacement at the Children's Hospital
  • Rehabilitacion celebrates its 50th anniversary
  • Get to know Monte Plata
  • Regata de la Hispanidad
  • Celebrating 10 years of Centro Leon
  • Chilean Food Festival
  • The Woman in Black at the National Theater
  • Aisha Syed at the Museum of Modern Art
  • 5th Ibero-American Karate Tournament
  • Drums from Taiwan at the National Theater
Thursday, 03 October 2013
  • RD$189 billion in new loans for 2014
  • More AMET take to the streets
  • Middle school eliminated
  • New taxes to be applied in January
  • Steel exports reached US$500 million
  • Falcondo closes after National Park announcement
  • Nurses still on strike in Santiago
  • Buitrago brothers back in jail
  • Races back at the V Centenario Horse Track
  • Contemporary Dance Festival at Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 02 October 2013
  • New names for military forces
  • Progress on land titles
  • Chamber of Deputies approves Barrick amendments
  • Loma Miranda named a National Park
  • Weaknesses in local government budgeting
  • Births must be registered at public hospitals
  • United Nations condemns denial of nationality
  • Haitian Ambassador recalled
  • US Embassy to work normally
  • Power cuts on the increase
  • Taxis strike in Santiago
  • The Iron Maidens at Hard Rock
  • Concha Buika at the National Theater
Tuesday, 01 October 2013
  • 2014 Budget goes to Congress
  • Time to renew vehicle tax
  • United Nations to study illegal immigrant position
  • Illegal Haitian immigration on the increase
  • 4,000 Haitians give birth at public hospitals
  • Violence at university in San Francisco
  • Doctors' strike affects thousands
  • More bidders for Orange
  • Drug haul in Las Terrenas
  • Rains to continue
  • Free Berklee workshop for Dominican musicians
  • Wilfrido Vargas on tour of the Dominican Republic
  • Symphonic Rock at the National Theater
Monday, 30 September 2013
  • President Medina in Sabana de la Mar
  • New rules for civil registry use
  • Public hospitals on strike
  • Fuel most expensive in the Dominican Republic
  • Retail sales down 5-15%
  • Heart attack deaths increase 30% every year
  • Luguelin Sanchez calls for repair of main track
  • Fernandez takes to the ring for the PLD nomination
  • Dominican Republic is ranked 26th in basketball
  • Coffee festival in October
  • Paquito D'Rivera at Casa de Teatro
Friday, 27 September 2013
  • Chinese business mission meets President Medina
  • 911 to start in December
  • France to help with La Barquita river project
  • British scholarships for Dominicans
  • DR has positive trade balance with Canada
  • Ernesto Selman: 2014 Budget is overestimated
  • Public debt and subsidies eats up budget
  • Heritage director calls for stop to Colonial City works
  • Public hospital doctors to strike
  • Pena Gomez is Dominican
  • Pierre would get Dominican residency
  • International warrant issued for Polish priest
  • Ben Yam Barshi creates all-inclusive garden
  • Drums from Taiwan at the National Theater
  • Meditate for Peace
  • 10K race in Bayahibe
Thursday, 26 September 2013
  • 2014 budget will be RD$605 billion
  • Constitutional Court confirms who is Dominican
  • Amarante asks business to join Education Pact
  • Senate passes Barrick contract amendment
  • Aerodom confirms payment of US$333 million to shareholders
  • Authorities are after Buitrago network
  • Coast Guard rescue 51 from sinking boat
  • Lotoman 003 is first Pinewood studio film
  • Dominicans in the Grammys
  • National Symphony Orchestra to play Wagner, Tchaikovsky and Ravel
Wednesday, 25 September 2013
  • President Medina misses United Nations Assembly
  • President Medina congratulates prizewinners
  • Minister has leukemia
  • Boca Chica to get facelift
  • Political Parties receive money
  • La Romana mayor suspended
  • Investigations continue into murder of hit man
  • Major changes at drug control agency
  • Colombian brothers granted release and then moved to jail
  • There is proof against the Papal Nuncio
  • Boy dies of rabies
  • Children's virus outbreak
  • Celebrating Mercedes Day
  • 50th anniversary of the coup against Juan Bosch
  • High temperatures to continue
  • Miyako Kato Dance Space at Bellas Artes
Friday, 20 September 2013
  • DR1 breaks for Mercedes Day long weekend
  • AMET removes vendors and window washers from streets
  • Bandex to serve exporters
  • Transport strike affects travel to the west and Santo Domingo
  • Political analysts call for passing of Political Parties Bill
  • AMET fines to be linked to DGII
  • RD$8,220 minimum wage for non-profits
  • Penalties for employing illegal immigrants
  • Miranda on the long arm of drug trafficking in the DR
  • 13-year old pregnant with triplets
  • Sully Bonnelly designs to be sold at Jumbo
  • Sleeping Beauty at the National Theater
  • Miyako Kato Dance Space at Bellas Artes
  • Chinese Trade Show
  • Sosua is organizing Gastronomic Festival
  • Spain Celebrates Spanish Weeks in DR
Thursday, 19 September 2013
  • Valdez Albizu forecasts 3% GDP growth
  • Pesticide-free fruits and vegetables
  • Foreign investment to reach US$1 billion in 2014
  • Work to improve 120 historic houses advances in Colonial City
  • Small business is 97% of all companies in DR
  • Senate passes 9-1-1 law
  • City mayors agree on Duquesa solution
  • Judge prohibits construction in Cachon de la Rubia
  • US Embassy ready to move in February 2014
  • Aerodom defends its bond issue
  • People are more vigilant nowadays
  • A call to identify corrupt judges
  • Attorney General does not want pictures of suspects
  • Some 20 barrios of Santo Domingo to go without water
  • Three bodies found in cane field
  • Colombians released from jail, to be arrested again
  • Santiago dengue death toll reaches 14
  • FIFA World Cup trophy in Santo Domingo
  • International movie festival at Novocentro
Wednesday, 18 September 2013
  • President Medina visits technical high school
  • Austerity is for government spending
  • First Lady goes to Portugal and USA
  • Preparing for 911
  • Will Congress legislate against big business?
  • Dominicans pleased with literacy plan
  • New coal-fired plant will not affect environment
  • Free zone workers want pay rise
  • Baby born in the Metro
  • Italian caught by Interpol
  • Police identify window washer murder suspect
  • Anthony Santos at the BeLive Hamaca
  • Luis Miguel to Altos de Chavon
Tuesday, 17 September 2013
  • Medina: Austerity measures to stay
  • Gallup: The main concerns for Dominicans
  • More industrial free zones
  • Who can practice medicine in the DR
  • University dropout rate is 53%
  • Dominican Republic lacks competitiveness
  • Trying to prevent teenage pregnancies
  • High blood pressure and prostate cancer in the SW
  • Two quintuplets improving
  • Nearly half the country has no proper toilet
  • First solar park coming soon
  • Police ask murderer to turn himself in
  • Colombians to be released?
  • Nightclubs closed in Gazcue
  • ETA member in jail in La Victoria
  • ClusterSoft to exhibit software industry in DR
  • Aisha Syed on her world tour
  • The music of Wagner at Bellas Artes
Monday, 16 September 2013
  • Medina gets good grades in Gallup Poll
  • House for parents of triplets
  • US$146 million IDB loan for public health
  • Poll shows Internet use by 36% of population
  • Roche Bobois opens store in Santo Domingo
  • 12,000 firearms victims in the DR
  • Window washer murdered on the street
  • DR is losing war against drugs
  • Local war on drugs is but a charade
  • DR defeats Chile for the first time in Davis Cup
  • Jack Michael Martinez tones down criticism
  • Meditate for peace
  • Anthony Rios to Hard Rock Cafe
  • Julio Sabala booked at the National Theater
Friday, 13 September 2013
  • Medina heads launch of Education Pact
  • President Medina opens water-park
  • 823 pharmaceuticals available at Promese
  • Taiwan: Potential to attract Taiwanese golfers to DR
  • The provinces that will decide the 2016 election
  • Dominicans pay the highest airport fees in Latin America
  • Jamaican businesspeople visit Expo Cibao
  • Students win engineering prize
  • Time to end celibacy in the Catholic Church
  • Vatican officially notifies DR on Wesolowski case
  • Former priest shows up to meet his jail sentence
  • Basketball team captain still mad at Al Horford
  • Contemporary Dance Festival at Bellas Artes
  • Caramelos de Cianuro booked for concert at Sambil
Thursday, 12 September 2013
  • Intercontinental Santo Domingo on Winston Churchill
  • President Medina to New York and Panama this month
  • First Lady launches pregnancy prevention program
  • Lack of supervision might make new classrooms less safe
  • Economists question wisdom of new bond issue
  • Politur to patrol on horseback
  • Deputies retake preferential vote
  • Senate recommends nixing Antena Latina sale
  • La Vega Senator again rejects mining in Loma Miranda
  • ANA asks Congress not to fast track Barrick contract
  • Barrick gets green light on Quisqueya I
  • ExpoCibao opens in Santiago
  • 64 MW solar plant in Monte Plata
  • Remaining quints in delicate condition
  • Colombians to stay in jail
  • DR loses to Argentina in FIBA Championship
  • Lovely landscapes of the DR at Altos de Chavon
  • Romantic ballads at the Barcelo Santo Domingo
  • Contemporary Dance Festival at Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 11 September 2013
  • Electoral roll being prepared
  • More generals must retire
  • More police on the streets
  • Greater firearms control
  • International naval exercise
  • Gildan inaugurates sportswear factory
  • Punta Cana shipwreck discovered with precious pewter tableware
  • Cocoa conference at the Hotel Embajador
  • Two quintuplets die
  • More Haitians arrested going to Puerto Rico
  • Progress in pedophile priest investigations
  • DR doesn't make it to FIBA Americas playoff
  • Al Horford says yes to playing for DR in World Games
  • Music by Kabalevsky, Kodaly, Grieg at the National Theater
  • Toque Profundo plays good rock at Hard Rock
Tuesday, 10 September 2013
  • President congratulates basketball team
  • Barrick Gold agreement now in Congress
  • Record sea turtle numbers
  • Ban on elder fishing to continue
  • National Consumer Rights Day
  • Tourist boulevard in Paraiso, Barahona
  • National Police statistics
  • Omega arrested again
  • US pedophile arrested in Guayacanes
  • Papal Nuncio has left the country via Madrid
  • Vatican agreement 'no longer relevant'
  • Colombians won't be released
  • The Davis Cup in Santo Domingo
  • Night of Museums: 21 September
Monday, 09 September 2013
  • Santiago bypass ready by February
  • Centers for disabled people in Higuey, Santo Domingo and Santiago
  • New RD$200 bill
  • Taxes on gold exports could ensure state revenue from Barrick mine
  • Ministry of Tourism to restore historic Puerto Plata
  • Government favors mining in Loma Miranda
  • Montefiore hospital to offer free services to Dominicans in New York
  • 38 Dominican military and police generals retired
  • The dark side of the electricity subsidy in the Dominican Republic
  • China wants to do more business with the DR
  • Quintuplets born at public hospital
  • Two Syrians refused entry to Dominican Republic
  • JetBlue crew arrested for traveling with US$477,316
  • Nuria interviews teenager who claims he was fondled by Nuncio
  • Dominicans make it to FIBA World Championship
  • Celebrating the ticket to the FIBA World Championships
  • Rock at the Palacio de Bellas Artes
Friday, 06 September 2013
  • Amendments to Barrick Gold contract announced
  • 911 System ready for December
  • Brand and trade name registration up this year
  • Customs expert advocates calls for changes to facilitate logistics centers
  • Adocco rejects US$550 million Aerodom bond
  • Forbes Energy proposes ethanol plant in Puerto Plata
  • Life expectancy in DR is 73.7 years
  • Cardinal Lopez Rodriguez: let justice act
  • No record of papal nuncio leaving the country
  • Appeals Court sets bail for Colombian drug trafficking suspects
  • Narcos fire at helicopter in Pedernales
  • DR defeats Jamaica in FIBA Americas Championship
  • Belinda Carlisle at Hotel Jaragua
Thursday, 05 September 2013
  • Senate to investigate Aerodom bond issue
  • Pension funds to go into energy sector
  • National District to rebuild burnt houses in La Cienaga
  • Up to 11,500 new jobs for Tamboril free zone
  • UTESA given a year to correct weaknesses
  • Catholic Church asks for forgiveness
  • World press follows story of papal nuncio Wesolowski
  • Constanza priest suspended while investigation is underway
  • Shop that manufactured cases for drug trafficking searched
  • When listed with Interpol, avoid traveling to the DR
  • Expect drenching rains this weekend
  • David Ortiz: 2,000 hits
  • Ruben Blades to perform in DR
Wednesday, 04 September 2013
  • New homes in San Pedro de Macoris
  • A mining nation?
  • Possible end in sight for poultry ban
  • Schools now being built
  • Lack of coordination in government
  • New ambassadors present credentials
  • Busy day in Congress
  • New movement within PRD
  • Monsignor Nunez: Nuncio was dismissed for abuse of minors
  • Transsexual drug mules
  • Environmental Festival opens at Agora Mall
  • Luis Miguel booked for Altos de Chavon
Tuesday, 03 September 2013
  • President Medina revokes electricity rate increase
  • First Lady of Panama to visit
  • La Barquita to become extension of Cachon de la Rubia Park
  • Public school ID cards to be issued
  • AMET towing away irregularly parked cars
  • La Barranquita land theft in Santiago
  • Goodbye to the peso?
  • Dominican Mormon missionary killed
  • Writ against Los Delfines Park
  • Constanza priest accused of using fake name when registering in hotel
  • DR vs Paraguay to stay alive in FIBA Basketball
  • Funglode Environmental Film Festival opens tomorrow
  • Botanical Garden Marathon-Walk
  • Commemorating Silvano Lora
Monday, 02 September 2013
  • Central Bank injects US$60 million to halt run on peso
  • Residential electricity tariff increased
  • Going beyond the perception around President Danilo Medina
  • Tahira Vargas: Stealing from the state is not stealing
  • What are those pink lamppost rings in Santo Domingo?
  • Wealthy priest disputes charges
  • Large underground narcotics lab found in San Cristobal
  • Who's the Boss to represent DR in Oscars Ceremony
  • DR slams Argentina in FIBA Americas Championship
  • DR loses to Venezuela in second game in FIBA Americas
  • Benny & The Cupids at Terrazas del Meson
  • SexZoo at Bellas Artes
  • Ebe Dominicana brings digital experts to Santo Domingo
Friday, 30 August 2013
  • 14% minimum wage increase for hotel and restaurant staff
  • Central Bank measures 'painful but necessary'
  • Explaining yesterday's blackouts
  • Alvarez Renta urges revealing Baninter secret agreement
  • New palm species found in Lake Enriquillo
  • High tech studies for Boca Chica students
  • Young people innovate at INTEC high tech fair
  • Environmental solution providers recognized by Puntacana and ES magazine
  • Tighter security for Sobeida and Leavy
  • Another 15 Police agents fired
  • Constanza priest accused of sexual abuse
  • Competing in Caracas, DR bids to qualify for FIBA World Cup
  • Sailing in Barahona Bay this weekend
  • Bachata, merengue and salsa at Hard Rock
Thursday, 29 August 2013
  • Bank intervenes to stop run on the peso
  • Funding for rabbit breeding
  • Tourism Minister launches PLD presidential candidacy bid
  • First non-Catholic legal wedding in the DR
  • Products removed from the shelves in Hato Mayor
  • Inmates taught to read and write
  • Dominican captain oversees port in Papua New Guinea
  • Dutch Antilles Airline leaves passengers stranded
  • Barrick blames health problems on past contamination
  • Alarming increase in suicides
  • Germans issue writ against Public Prosecutor in Sosua case
  • Dengue kills priest in Santiago
  • Drugs arrest in Samana
  • Fire in Pelempito reserve
  • Sully Bonnelly at Dominicana Moda 2013
Wednesday, 28 August 2013
  • 6,622 scholarships for Dominican students
  • Colonial City urban renewal project underway
  • Ministry of Tourism wants to update National Tourism Plan
  • Haiti-DR take business differences to Florida International University
  • Medications in SFS need updating
  • Deputies approve changes to Penal Process Code
  • Licelott Marte fires salvo against corruption
  • Both Santiago and the capital have high degree of seismic risk
  • San Cristobal cholera outbreak affects dozens
  • 43 pesos to the US dollar
  • 5,500 die from heart attacks every year in the DR
  • What is the true story behind Nuncio Wesolowski's departure?
  • Figueroa Agosto Lawyer arrested, local complicities untouched
  • 68 policemen fired, many involved with Sosua sect case
  • Germans to stand trial in La Mulata III Sosua case
  • Onamet says rains will continue
  • Coastal Cleanup Day in the Dominican Republic
Tuesday, 27 August 2013
  • President inaugurates first wine tourism project
  • President tells workers to stop deforestation
  • Government to increase transport subsidy
  • Building blocks of recycled paper
  • Dredging to facilitate cruise ships coming to Sansouci Port
  • Cosmetic exports up
  • CMD confirms increase of disease in Barrick mine area
  • More pesos to the dollar
  • Market closed in Dajabon
  • Papal Nuncio relieved of his post
  • Yola organizers and passengers arrested
  • Police closing bars
  • Caribbean Export to sponsor Caribbean fashion designers in Dominicana Moda
  • Art of Living course in Santo Domingo
  • Felle Vega at Terrazas del Meson
Monday, 26 August 2013
  • JCE to disburse RD$67 million
  • Free zone local sales now subject to ITBIS
  • School construction problems persist
  • Serious talks on public contracts
  • Deputies to meet with Minister of Education
  • No Plan B if Duquesa closes
  • Armed Forces will patrol streets "as long as necessary"
  • AIRD launches Financial Barometer
  • Party journalists unhappy with PLD
  • Human traffickers sent to preventive custody
  • Cholera outbreak in San Cristobal
  • Another accident on Puerto Plata highway
  • Rains to continue
  • Dominican team to basketball qualifier
  • New records set at Body Shop Swimathon
  • 2nd Ultra-Marathon for peace
  • Myriam Hernandez at the National Theater
Friday, 23 August 2013
  • Cargo airlines for perishable products
  • Here come the mining concessions
  • Public transport by boat along the Ozama River?
  • Juan Bolivar Diaz injured in Bonao accident
  • RD$30 million not RD$60 million are missing
  • Leading San Cristobal drug dealers arrested
  • Luguelin Santos comes second in Stockholm race
  • DR almost defeats Brazil in basketball
  • Rihanna in concert in Punta Cana
  • Hot Summer Bodies final this Saturday
  • Victor Victor at Bar Lucia
  • The Merry Widow at the National Theater
  • Busy weekend
Thursday, 22 August 2013
  • President promises classrooms will be built
  • Legislators approve funds to finish eastern highway
  • Is poverty increasing or decreasing?
  • Dominicans to be taught more about the environment
  • Aerodom proposes to build hotel and new cargo terminal
  • Who will win the contract to build coal generators?
  • Videos to learn about paying taxes in the DR
  • Women entrepreneurs do well in the DR
  • Architectural find in the Colonial City
  • Dominican water needs improving
  • Santiago public transport drivers protest
  • Immigration sending pedophiles home
  • German man arrested and deported
  • Katie Bowcutt wins in PKRA World Kiteboard Championship
  • DR competes at the Tuto Marchand Basketball Cup
  • Symphonic Rock at Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  • DR parents neglect to register children
  • Health ministry wants to lower teen pregnancies by 3%
  • Resignation of five judges is worrisome
  • Bill proposed to limit AFP profits
  • Consumer confidence up
  • An attempt to save our hawks
  • Police find note relating to Kobesch death
  • COE issues green alerts for six provinces
  • Festevivas: Living statues this weekend at Parque Colon
  • Sanchez and Santos in Stockholm race
  • Body Shop swim 1 million meters in 16 hours
  • Go Kart races at the Mobil 1 Autodrome
  • Golden opportunity for music lovers
Tuesday, 20 August 2013
  • Funds for late issue of birth certificates
  • More prepayment meters to be installed
  • Arts palace could be named after Freddy Beras Goico
  • New United Nations office to open
  • First DR heart transplant patient doing well
  • PC criticizes constitutional violations by JCE
  • Hipolito and Vargas reach agreement
  • Child pregnancies
  • Drugs found are pure cocaine
  • Pastor sent to jail on remand
  • German national killed
  • Canadian arrested and to be extradited
  • DR wins U17 Centrobasket
  • Oscar Micheli Trio at Terrazas del Meson
  • Who's in Charge at cinemas in the DR
Monday, 19 August 2013
  • President Medina kicks off school year
  • President visits Higuey over the weekend
  • Central Bank currency reserves down US$600 million
  • Ministry of Agriculture gives scholarships
  • Huge valve breaks and leaves many without water
  • Martinez calls for review of Haitian treaties
  • Colonels make a comeback
  • DR produces more than 1.7 billion cigars this season
  • Educa and others challenge need to change texts
  • Economist Ceara Hatton on social inclusion
  • Young woman graduates as aviation technician
  • Eight noisy joints shut down
  • Lightning strike burns up transformer in ESD
  • Doctor self-medicates and dies from dengue
  • Rains continue, TD Erin dissipates
  • Best performance, but volleyball falls short
  • Visual Arts Biennial opens
  • Orange sponsors Justin Bieber DR concert
Thursday, 15 August 2013
  • DR1 breaks for 16 August holiday
  • President pushes for education reform
  • Plea to start school on time
  • President vetoes Ministry of Armed Forces bill
  • First Lady meets women in Santiago
  • Pension funds administrators agree to reduce earnings
  • New Commission to check police spending
  • JCE replaces civil registration judge
  • More turtles being born
  • Immigrants make up almost 8% of population
  • National Police lack credibility
  • Public Prosecutors blameless for Sosua raid
  • Drug haul in Las Galeras
  • Baez Figueroa out on conditional release
  • Dominican woman makes semi-finals in IAAF World Games
  • Felix Sanchez competes in 400m hurdles final
  • Nashla to marry David Mahler
  • Haitian artist chosen for the National Arts Biennial
  • Comedy at Bellas Artes
  • Latin Music Tours 2013
  • Punta Cana Music & Art Festival at Palma Real Shopping Village
Wednesday, 14 August 2013
  • President Medina to head Restoration activities
  • Central Bank sets July inflation at 0.62%
  • OPRET says Metro will be finished in three years
  • Parties agree on municipal councils
  • Wages do not cover school expenses
  • 40 sex predators caught when testing APIS in DR
  • Justice orders arrest of three on RD$60 million case
  • Citizen Participation rejects freedom for banker
  • Apathy said to contribute to suicides
  • Felix Sanchez at the IAAF Games tomorrow
  • Costa Rica vs. DR in football tonight
  • Bonye for your Sunday evenings
Tuesday, 13 August 2013
  • Haiti ban on poultry and egg exports may end soon
  • President Medina meets Brugal
  • Will there be a transport strike?
  • Authorities shut down 260 nightspots
  • Politicians are too expensive
  • Getting ready for the cruises
  • The problems facing the young
  • Suicides on the rise
  • Investigation into missing money nears conclusion
  • Prison riot in La Romana
  • Luguelin Santos wins bronze in Moscow
  • Juan Luis Guerra brings Dominican music to London
  • Urbanova at Terrazas del Meson
  • 2nd Ultramarathon for peace
  • Black is back at Sans Souci
Monday, 12 August 2013
  • President visits cacao producers, farming school
  • What happens after the President's surprise visits?
  • Good news for coffee drinkers
  • Extended school day reaches nearly 200,000
  • Metro line to San Luis now under construction
  • International reserves up, Central Bank reports
  • Congress approved RD$688 billion for government
  • Will mining lead Dominican economy?
  • CONEP and formal jobs
  • Roman Ramos tells how it is done
  • Dominican pride at parade in New York City
  • Pastor sentenced to 20 years for sex abuse of boys
  • Onamet forecasts more rain
  • DR volleyball team advances in the Grand Prix
  • Higuey museum hosts photo exhibition
Friday, 09 August 2013
  • Students take Medina on tour of science high school
  • Medina visits 14 countries in first year, slow to cut excess foreign staff
  • Will the government cut taxes on air travel?
  • Why is JCE waiting to let Evangelical churches marry people?
  • Vehicle clamps to stop parking violations
  • Lots of money for generals at the ISSFFAA
  • Free zone sector celebrates 25th anniversary
  • Mining and banking lead Dominican growth
  • Tax collections at RD$163.13 billion in first seven months
  • Good time to buy property in DR
  • Damaged traffic light leads to six-vehicle crash at Las Americas Highway
  • La Chismosa to be allowed to reopen
  • Danny Rivera at Barcelo Santo Domingo
  • Classical music at Galeria 360
  • Maridalia Hernandez at Palacio de Bellas Artes
  • La Boheme at the National Theater
Thursday, 08 August 2013
  • President Medina in Puerto Plata
  • President Medina meets US Southern Command
  • Tourists attracted by people as well as beaches
  • Good and bad progress among children and young people
  • Hard for the young to find work
  • Registration problems again at UASD
  • Where is the money?
  • Haitians arrested trying to reach Puerto Rico
  • Too many children die in accidents
  • Dominicans celebrate in New York
  • Effect of Gamma Rays play adaptation at the National Theater
  • 12 Princesses at War at Bellas Artes
Wednesday, 07 August 2013
  • More government scholarships for Dominican students
  • Government spends RD$202 billion in first half
  • Long weekend coming up for Friday, 16 August
  • AFP earnings stir debates and amazement
  • Government has little to show in electricity sector
  • Euclides Gutierrez bends to pressure from Diario Libre
  • Canada is leading investor country for DR
  • Fare increases show monopolies by airlines
  • Big shipments of bauxite to China
  • Twenty-four little hearts cured
  • United Nations blamed for Haiti cholera outbreak
  • Comedy at Teatro Las Mascaras
  • La Boheme at the National Theater
Tuesday, 06 August 2013
  • President Medina visits vocational training school
  • The Pope may visit next year
  • Biennial Caribbean Foresters Meeting in Boca Chica
  • Urban renewal works begin in Colonial City
  • Services at public hospitals will be free
  • It's time to visit the National Parks
  • Meet the Miss Dominican Republic 2013
  • 18 years in jail for Guillermo Moncada homicide
  • Cases against previous government officials going nowhere
  • Generals under arrest in case of missing RD$60 million
  • British tourist drowns
  • Heatwave to continue
  • March to encourage breastfeeding
  • Grupo Tregua at Terraza del Meson
  • Fernandito Villalona and Anthony Santos at Imagine in Bavaro
Monday, 05 August 2013
  • Danilo's yearlong honeymoon
  • Medina offers support to coffee growers
  • Musicians protest construction in city park
  • Pension fund managers earn a lot of money
  • Dialogo Libre with Francisco Fernandez
  • Industrialists want to break the economic model
  • Now is the time to buy school supplies
  • PRD leaders suggest pact to unify party
  • Crime and punishment
  • Showers and more hot weather
  • Dominican women move to second Grand Prix volleyball round in Puerto Rico
  • Dominican girls give China a big fight in volleyball
  • Yaritza Reyes is Miss Dominican Republic 2013
  • Teniente Amado at cinemas nationwide
Friday, 02 August 2013
  • DR exports to 170 countries
  • First graduates of Medina literacy program
  • Government seeks US$249.5 million loan for Monte Grande dam
  • Medina criticizes business, but government also pays low wages
  • Store sales down 5-15% in first half of the year
  • Rival PRD factions meet and accentuate party split
  • DR versus Serbia at Volleyball Grand Prix today
  • La Boheme at the National Theater
  • The Effect of Gamma Rays play adaptation at the National Theater
  • Alex Matos and Hermanos Rosario bring salsa and merengue to Jet Set
  • Merengue Festival on the Malecon
Thursday, 01 August 2013
  • Ministry of Energy and Mines gets its start
  • Environment friendly vehicles get boost with new law
  • Tax agency speeds up vehicle ownership transfers
  • Law passed to regulate surveillance camera use
  • AmCham calls for Haiti trade agreement
  • Ambassador tells DR "wake up re TPP; new global trade agreements"
  • Getting ready for 911 system
  • Cardnet will not implement 1.95% to 3% increase
  • Are food prices dropping?
  • Haitian Coalition claims increase in xenophobia
  • PRD appoints new acting president
  • PRD conflict continues
  • Bus catches fire
  • Army chief in crime clampdown
  • Baez Figueroa asks for freedom
  • Martha Heredia denies reconciliation with Vakero
  • DR athletes to 14th World Championships
  • Brazil's Manoel Cruz at Casa de Teatro Jazz Festival
  • Love, Sex and Reggaeton at the Jaragua
  • Pachuco and Bobby Delgado at Casa de Teatro
  • Merengue Festival at the Malecon
  • Ultima Bengala in concert at Bar Lucia
  • Chuchy Mullens at Casa de Teatro
Wednesday, 31 July 2013
  • Pay rise for public hospital doctors
  • Rare green turtles lay eggs in Guibia Beach
  • EU ambassador calls for Haiti-DR dialogue
  • Electricity consumption up due to summer heat
  • Search for end to gas station credit card dispute
  • Hipolito asks the Electoral Court to suspend CEN meeting
  • Spanish train accident victim's body returns
  • Martha wants reconciliation with Vakero
  • Las Americas theft victim changes version of events
  • Shooting in Santiago
  • Stormy weather
  • Hot Summer Bodies 2013 reality show ready to air
  • Learn to dance at COPE in Santo Domingo
Tuesday, 30 July 2013
  • Clinics want more insurance money
  • Farmers are repaying their loans
  • Asonahores proposes tax incentives for tourist projects in all provinces
  • Bill that would organize the business of politics stagnates in Congress
  • Economist Ernesto Selman asks for end to the trade ban by Haiti
  • Survey shows Dominicans want a friendly solution to Haitian bans
  • PRD convenes CEN for Tuesday at Teo Cruz boxing ring
  • Water off in several areas in Santo Domingo
  • Do Chinese businesses in the DR have an unfair competitive edge?
  • University of Evansville students handle real-world problems here
  • CESAC cleaning out crime
  • New president of DNCD sweeps department chiefs at the drug agency
  • Theft at Las Americas International
  • Daughter of Dominican doctor shot in Miami
  • Bars closed in the Colonial City for admitting minors
  • Dominican volleyball men's team advances to play world event
  • 12 Princesses at War at Bellas Artes
Monday, 29 July 2013
  • Fathers' day message from the President
  • First Lady signs special needs agreement in Peru
  • More price increases expected due to fuel and dollar increases
  • Government creating most of the jobs
  • Shrimp ban
  • Zhongjin is not Chinese state owned
  • Credit cards not welcome at gas stations
  • Dengue on the rise again
  • Poor state of mental health facilities
  • Miguel Vargas elected president
  • Dominicans profit from US welfare
  • 78 fired from drug agency in less than a month
  • Drug haul in Azua
  • Crime continues to decrease, says new police chief
  • US student competes for DR and wins in Costa Rica
  • 27th Visual Art Biennial
Friday, 26 July 2013
  • Fishing on the new Malecon piers
  • Public Salaries bill passed by Senate
  • Ministry of Defense bill passes in Congress
  • Penal Procedures Code changes passed
  • Congress keeps forgetting the Political Parties Bill
  • Pedro Jose Mercado Gris to Indotel
  • Vargas Maldonado has yet to set date for CEN meeting
  • Forged identity complicates case of Catholic accused of child sexual abuse
  • Puerto Rican stars in historic film
  • Sunday is Father's Day in the DR
  • The Butterfly Effect this weekend in Cabarete
  • Tinglado de Acero at Bellas Artes
Thursday, 25 July 2013
  • President pledges to fight crime
  • Cutting red tape to fast track classroom construction
  • Dominican government official died in Spain train crash
  • President Medina congratulates Tomas Perez
  • Chinese company could take over gold mining here
  • Government revokes financial tax
  • In a bid to reduce metal theft, bill passed for exporters
  • New Government Salaries bill
  • Campaign to control invasive species
  • PRSC sets convention date
  • New Pollo Tropical Restaurant in Santo Domingo
  • Crowd takes law into own hands
  • A year in jail for Puerto Plata pimps
  • Tropical Storm Dorian 'no threat'
  • Great works by Dominican sculptors at Museo Bellapart
  • Summer Jazz Festival at Casa de Teatro
Wednesday, 24 July 2013
  • Tourism Ministry announces Colonial City renewal
  • Medina submits bill to boost tourism destinations
  • DR appeals to EU to solve trade impasse with Haiti
  • President inaugurates solar power generator at STI
  • New Ministry for Energy and Mines
  • INVI owed whopping RD$1.2 billion
  • Duquesa operations returning to normal
  • JCE will issue certificate on CEN
  • Clinics to sit down for talks with Gustavo Montalvo
  • Rain on the way
  • Merry Widow at the National Theater
  • Enrique Iglesias in Punta Cana
Tuesday, 23 July 2013
  • Classrooms delayed, but will be finished
  • Government pre-qualifies six companies to build coal plants
  • Now Haiti bans Dominican plastics
  • Immigration officers dismissed
  • Problems at Duquesa landfill
  • DR traffic chaos makes international news
  • Biological reserve being bulldozed
  • Armed robbery in Guerra
  • Haitian ex-consul flees scene of accident
  • Italian and Dominicans arrested for drugs
  • Judges chosen for the 27th Visual Arts Biennial
  • Johnny Ventura and Anthony Rios at the Lina
  • Justin Bieber to the Olympic Stadium
  • Dominican Sweets Biennial
Monday, 22 July 2013
  • Politician appointed Minister of Education
  • President Medina promotes literacy plan in Mao
  • Severance pay to stay
  • Bavaro lot owners challenge crafts vendors hold of beachfront
  • Economist says 14% tax would be better
  • Fernandez accused of trying to destroy the opposition
  • Castro Castillo fires 43 policemen in first 25 days
  • Iguana hatchery outside Cueva de las Maravillas
  • New control tower for Puerto Plata
  • The 100 must-have albums for Dominican music
  • 40-year old Bartolo Colon is now 13-3
  • Danny Rivera at the Lina
Friday, 19 July 2013
  • Detour at Privada and 27 de Febrero for roadworks
  • Keep garbage indoors on Friday!
  • Minou Tavarez opposes legislative reelection
  • Miguel Vargas' term technically expires today
  • Haiti adds plastics to list of banned imports from DR
  • Orange waiting for HQ notification on sale
  • Homeless make city streets home
  • Blackout at Las Americas International
  • Tom Perez is new US Labor Secretary
  • Marijuana plantation dismantled in Peravia
  • Leading suspect check forger arrested
  • Robinson Cano at community event with Police chief
  • Joel Rosario wins the ESPY Award for Top Jockey
  • Pablito Guzman Classic in Cabarete this weekend
Thursday, 18 July 2013
  • Government and business seek to put trade agreements to work
  • Credit used mainly for productive purposes
  • Producing capers in Montecristi
  • Santiago plants trees in its future central park
  • 15-year old gets scholarship to study medicine
  • Grupo Jaragua protests destruction in National Park
  • Hugo Tolentino Dipp proposes creating another PRD
  • Celebrating tuberculosis cure
  • What's happened to the new school building program?
  • Grupo Ramos is leading retailer
  • British high court awards damages
  • Protest against illegal Haitians in Santiago
  • La Chismosa closed while brawl incident investigated
  • Traffic accident kills two and legislator's son seriously injured
  • Deportees now total 1,526 this year
  • Warning against rains in Santo Domingo
  • Miss Dominican Republic in Punta Cana
  • Casa de Teatro Jazz Festival continues with Anat Cohen
  • Legally Blonde opens at National Theater
Wednesday, 17 July 2013
  • President inaugurates Pan Am cement factory
  • Customs tariffs revoked
  • EdeNorte and EdeEste sign deal with Korea Electric Power
  • Deputies do not find fault at JCE
  • Earthquake showed government building vices
  • New UNDP representative
  • Will Orange leave the Dominican telecom market?
  • Fewer Dominicans travelling overseas
  • Clinics say there is a need to revise fees
  • Soriano Familia is new head of operations at DNCD
  • Syndicate warns of traffic chaos in Santiago
  • What is a newspaper without MVM and Hipolito?
  • Attorney General warns of minors in bars
  • Lynch mob in Moca kills one and hurts another
  • Onamet says "take your umbrella"
  • Concert for street animals
Tuesday, 16 July 2013
  • President Medina hands out millions during his visits
  • Vice President to speak in Panama
  • Literacy Plan exceeds expectations
  • INFOTEP courses help millions
  • New hospital for Monte Plata
  • Need for sex education in schools
  • New choices for diplomats evidence political patronage
  • TSE upholds Miguel Vargas CEN members list
  • 16-year old injured in brawl at La Chismosa
  • Drugs confiscated in Boca Chica
  • Old style jails need trained personnel
  • Some injuries and damage following earthquake
  • No need for amputations
  • Remand in jail for abortion doctor
  • Dominicans star in MLB All-Star Game tonight
  • Kevin Pritchard coming for Cabarete Classic
Monday, 15 July 2013
  • 5.1 earthquake felt nationwide
  • More stickers for your vehicle
  • Consumer Price Index up 0.04% in June
  • Only 59% of highschoolers pass national tests
  • DR renewable energy most advanced in region
  • Work progress on Eastern Road System
  • Retail and services lead Dominican economy
  • Fernandez says PLD will rule until 2036
  • Troops to patrol as long as needed
  • Jurist says civil procedures code study is flawed
  • Cameras roll in Colonial City
  • Police recover 88 vehicles and 172 motorcycles
  • Navy halts boats with 39 illegal travelers
  • AG says crime is down in Santiago
  • La Barquita residents return home in fear
  • Rains today and tomorrow
  • On this date in 1876 Duarte died in Venezuela
  • The Gatorade International Symposium of Sports Science
  • Samana Festival
Friday, 12 July 2013
  • Minister of Agriculture: Chantal was good for agriculture
  • Three drown during TS Chantal
  • After major tax overhaul, collections up 7.9% in 2013
  • Pay raise for police and military in 2014
  • Ministry says it's time to plant trees, but okays tree cutting in Loma Miranda
  • Parents dilly-dally in registering babies at birth
  • Too many teenage pregnancies
  • 16 massage centers in Sosua closed
  • Los Prados back in the news for sinkhole
  • Volleyball pavilion denied to PRD
  • Supreme Electoral Court requests 2009 list to decide on PRD impasse
  • David Ortiz sets designated hitter record
  • Merengue Festival set for 2-3 August
  • Tinglado de Acero at Bellas Artes
Thursday, 11 July 2013
  • DR1 Forums down today
  • Tropical Storm Chantal sent lots of rain
  • Areas of San Cristobal cut off
  • Chantal causes flooding in Santo Domingo
  • UASD to stay closed
  • Micro-hydro systems bring power 24/7
  • New commission for unfair trade practices
  • Loans for sex workers
  • Dramatic decrease in femicides
  • All charges dropped against jailed pilot
  • Drugs bound for Germany
  • Punta Cana Tri Sport Summer Fest
Wednesday, 10 July 2013
  • Chantal fizzes out, President Medina had asked for God's help
  • Minister of Public Works monitors storm damages
  • President Medina in San Francisco for Nestle plant reopening
  • Customs to investigate possible extortion by officers
  • Revista stickers, what are they for?
  • Group says JCE not obliged to issue certificates
  • A Red List of endangered cultural assets
  • Less than 7% of medical facilities are authorized
  • AG orders reopening of Narcisazo case
  • Great time to go to the movies
Tuesday, 09 July 2013
  • President Medina visits Los Guaricanos
  • Tropical Storm Chantal arriving tomorrow
  • Problem with fake medicines
  • President of Senate and Chamber of Deputies confirmed
  • Chicken and eggs going up in price, not down
  • Castillo needs to comply with the law
  • Investigating the missing safes in Sosua
  • Another military shooting victim
  • Eight killed in Bani-Azua crash
  • Cuban arrested at airport
  • Bartolo Colon says this is his best year
  • Oscar de la Renta: American Icon
  • Great works of Dominican sculpture at Museo Bellapart
Monday, 08 July 2013
  • Medina asks for full Caricom membership
  • Venezuela has not officially notified rise in PetroCaribe cost
  • Medina makes weekend visit to Constanza
  • Low-cost housing needs a push
  • Aromatic Dominican cacao leads in the world
  • Electoral Court says its decisions can't be reviewed
  • Good news! Hispaniola hawks are recovering
  • Four arrested in Sabana de la Mar for officer killing
  • Loud music gets newspaper's attention
  • PN and Armed Forces to meet on patrols
  • Santo Domingo DA says old justice, new criminals
  • Umbrellas out, Chantal on its way
  • DR sends 11 to All Star Game
  • Sinfonia Quisqueyana at Bellas Artes
Friday, 05 July 2013
  • Regional security and trade to be debated in Trinidad
  • 537 homes for Lake Enriquillo victims
  • Cost of PetroCaribe financing doubles
  • Protest for not fulfilling 4% for education
  • Half of legal exchange funds already lent out
  • Looking for new markets for Dominican eggs
  • Borrowing to finance the eastern highways
  • Police and military victims of wave of violence
  • Clarinetist Anat Cohen at Casa de Teatro Jazz Festival
  • Duatlon at El Higuero
  • DJ Steve Aoki at Be Live Hamaca resort
Thursday, 04 July 2013
  • Merca Santo Domingo to open soon
  • President Medina to attend Caricom summit in Trinidad
  • President Medina receives Taiwanese Minister
  • New York Yankees not part of Latin Baseball Town
  • Funds to improve public hospitals
  • Minimum salary agreement
  • Closed season for conch
  • Hotels & Ministry of Environment take on Padre Nuestro eco trail
  • 300,000 living with Hepatitis C
  • Most new US citizens are Dominicans
  • Bodyguard of President's daughter was murdered
  • Kidnapped Spaniard rescued
  • 5th Ibero-American Karate Tournament
  • Dye Hard Cup in La Romana
Wednesday, 03 July 2013
  • Enrique Ramirez to BanReservas
  • Medina asked for new census in La Barquita
  • New Police chief shakes up the department
  • Chief Justice says a lack of judges affects system
  • 14% minimum wage increase effective June 2013
  • Chocoholics rejoice!
  • Deficit was RD$10 billion, or was it?
  • Peso depreciates 4.2%
  • It is difficult to trade with Haiti
  • US$20 million for rookie signings in DR
  • Keep the umbrellas handy
  • Beach volleyball
  • Harlem Gospel Choir performs at National Theater
Tuesday, 02 July 2013
  • Yankees to fund US$50 million ball park in La Romana?
  • Motor car circulation sticker renewals set for October
  • Free zones surpassing employment target
  • Border roads to be improved
  • Canada investment is at US$5.3 billion
  • ENI-2012: First immigration survey
  • Samsung store at Sambil Mall
  • Senator Felix Bautista is investigated again, this time in Peru
  • Millions in insurance payments for government executives
  • Interpol arrests Russian
  • Too many accidental deaths amongst children
  • Rains to continue
  • Threesome exhibit at Altos de Chavon
  • Harlem Gospel Choir in Santo Domingo
  • Juan Pablo Duarte Symphony celebrates its 20 years
  • Sinfonias Quisqueyana at Bellas Artes
Monday, 01 July 2013
  • Government postpones new vehicular tax
  • Government spending to go up 4%
  • IMF reports on Dominican economic outlook
  • Medina: Haiti is all about the money
  • Environment plants fruit trees in watershed
  • Unions will go for 17% wage hikes
  • DR leads region in renewable energy
  • Movement to create Trujillo Victims Truth Commission
  • New Police Chief favors tougher sentences for minors
  • Dominican Catholics offer mass for Pope Francisco
  • Judge sends wife to preventive custody
  • Major of Puerto Plata injured in traffic accident
  • Ten provinces under flood alert
  • Elizabeth Martinez: rising volleyball star
  • DR defeats Cuba in Boris Yelstin Cup
  • Angel Hache celebrates his 50 years in art at Bellas Artes
Friday, 28 June 2013
  • Quarter stats reflect economic slowdown
  • Government can't raise wages, but asks private sector to be flexible
  • DGII says vehicular stickers will be biometric
  • President Medina expected in Trinidad
  • Paseo Duarte is planned, but has not yet happened
  • The James "Wally" Brewster controversy
  • Dominican trade with US is US$11 billion
  • New cancer center to open in July
  • Therapeutic abortions okayed in new penal code
  • New Police chief: "no friends or enemies"
  • Wilton Guerrero alerts to gangs acting with Police support
  • Journalists alert to threats to Fausto Rosario
  • Police arrest four in case of murdered 71-year old
  • Santo Domingo hosts economic historians
  • GEF to meet in Santo Domingo
  • Las Terrenas gastronomy at Cane Restaurant
  • Angel Hache celebrates his 50 years in art at Bellas Artes
  • Belly Dance and Stand Up Comedy
Thursday, 27 June 2013
  • President Medina to the SICA Summit in Costa Rica
  • Government goes to the rescue of horse racing
  • Ministry of Armed Forces renamed Ministry of Defense
  • Senate moves on several bills
  • Vehicle Tax can be paid in installments
  • Cassava producers warned to spend money wisely
  • Catholic Church not happy about new US Ambassador
  • Thousands of eggs confiscated
  • Water cut off at Gustavo Mejia Ricart avenue
  • Problems in the Colonial Zone
  • Dominican Republic has the most traffic fatalities in the world
  • PRD convention set for 24 February 2014
  • Dominicans make quarterfinals of U20 Volleyball World Championship
  • Dominican Film Festival in New York
  • Storefront is DR
Wednesday, 26 June 2013
  • Major shakeup in the Police and DNCD
  • Manuel Castro Castillo is new Police head
  • New vehicle taxes will produce RD$3.2 billion
  • Chamber approves Penal Code changes
  • PLD Political Committee members are millionaires now
  • Dominican teachers march for benefits
  • Russia wants Dominican fruits and veggies
  • Attorney General reports arrests of tourists soliciting sex
  • Tropical wave on its way here
  • Tiny heavy lifter wins gold
  • Jarabacoa Flower Festival
Tuesday, 25 June 2013
  • President to travel to Costa Rica
  • Medina launches Duarte Bypass
  • Government appointments
  • Crime down 50%
  • Commission to investigate Police conduct
  • Applications open for teachers
  • Jobs for young people
  • Insurance to help prevent blindness
  • Dominican week in the UK was a success
  • Dajabon market reopens
  • Hipolito says he never agreed to a MVP candidacy
  • PRD voters discouraged by Vargas vs. Mejia spat, says poll
  • New breast cancer unit
  • Dania Ramirez stars in new primetime soap
  • Dominican wins horse event in Caracas
  • Anime World Fair
Monday, 24 June 2013
  • President Medina attends start of Port Caucedo Logistics Center
  • Coalition for Education says 4% will not be spent
  • Car owners: Look at this!
  • Megaprojects are part of the scenery
  • 100,000 don't pay for water in Santiago
  • Wally Brewster proposed as next US ambassador
  • Haiti wants to buy DR electricity
  • MVM says HM broke a prelim agreement
  • Moises Rojas Alou reveals how DR won Classic
  • Scholarships offered at the American School
  • Fernando Gonzalez to chair Commonwealth Roundtable
  • Many deportees this year
  • Highway tragedy near Higuey
  • Vicente Garcia at La Cantina
  • Barbarella at the Quisqueya Ball Park
  • Stand Up and Belly Dance at Casa de Teatro
Friday, 21 June 2013
  • Nicaraguan investor processes peanuts in DR
  • New Eugenio Maria de Hostos Park coming soon
  • 30 Dominicans travel to Taiwan to learn Mandarin
  • People need to relocate for Metro 2B line
  • Rethinking the Haitian ban on Dominican exports
  • Changes in Penal Code would penalize corruption
  • Diplomat disputes post change from Italy to Jamaica
  • Air accident report: human error
  • PLD announces political congress
  • Nothing new: no political agreement in PRD
  • Lookout of ABC says to tourists: do your homework
  • Better weather for the weekend
  • Drag races at Mobil 1 Track
  • Flower Festival in Jarabacoa
  • Playa Blanca and the SuperMoon
  • Long Night of Museums at the Alcazar
  • Fete de la Musique
  • Pavel Nunez at Hard Rock Cafe
Thursday, 20 June 2013
  • Third line of the Metro to go ahead
  • Egg-laying hens to be culled
  • No end to the poultry crisis
  • AH1N1 virus still on the increase
  • UNDP reports lack of progress in DR
  • UNCTAD summarizes local advances in science and technology
  • Thousands of exit bans
  • Shot engineer returns home
  • New president of Adocem
  • Tropical storm Barry no danger to Dominican Republic
  • Theater Festival in Santo Domingo
  • Supertramp star in concert at Jaragua
Wednesday, 19 June 2013
  • President Medina begins Santo Domingo Beltway
  • Mayor pushes for Metro to Santo Domingo East
  • Reservas puts money into Treasury
  • IMF says economy and unemployment are challenges
  • Bahia de las Aguilas back in court
  • Market in Dajabon will close for a week
  • Liquidator justifies sale of shares
  • Unions fear bosses want to end severance pay
  • Amarante Baret praises Danilo
  • 2,000 bariatric operations at Cedimat
  • Caribbean Tourism Exchange opens Thursday
Tuesday, 18 June 2013
  • Still no agreement with Haiti over poultry sales
  • New identity cards to be issued
  • No agreement on wage increases
  • More tenders for school meals
  • Central American Judicial Board meets in Punta Cana
  • Ministry of Public Health closes clinics
  • New general manager for EGE Haina
  • Canadians involved in hotel brawl released from jail
  • WHO collaborates to prevent sicknesses in jails
  • 'Chameleon' arrested
  • Las Terrenas invades Cane Restaurant
Monday, 17 June 2013
  • Danilo talks tough in San Cristobal
  • OISOE announces drawing for primary health centers
  • FAO presents DR with plaque
  • Milton Ray Guevara and the Constitutional Court
  • Haitian ministers to arrive today
  • One thing is to test students, another is the result
  • Water is expensive
  • US donates Boston Whaler for patrols
  • Real estate tourism in Jarabacoa
  • DR tourism losing ground
  • Barrios report fewer crimes
  • Three children suffocate in parked vehicle
  • Dominicans win 5 gold medals in Swimming Masters Pan Am
  • DR places second in Pan Am Volleyball Cup
  • Fishing tournament in Cap Cana
  • Theater Festival starts tonight
Friday, 14 June 2013
  • Government seeks new markets for poultry
  • Saturday blitz to sign up non-paying power consumers
  • Legislators want meds fund to accumulate
  • Three Kings Day and Duarte Day now immovable
  • Sign language in Presidency press conferences
  • If you can't beat them, join them
  • OISOE insists on pedestrian walk
  • New power plant in final test phase
  • HanesBrands announces more investments
  • Driver's licenses to be granted to illegal Dominicans in Puerto Rico
  • Manuel Jimenez composition to be ACP anthem
  • Orlando Antigua named coach of DR basketball team
  • DR qualifies for world handball championship
  • DR women's volleyball advances in Pan Am Cup
  • Gala of World Dance Stars at National Theater
  • Fete de la Musique in Santo Domingo
Thursday, 13 June 2013
  • Poultry exports to Haiti should start again today
  • Caribbean forum to be held in Santo Domingo
  • Dominican Republic achieves UN hunger reduction targets
  • Dominican Republic 94th out of 162 countries for peacefulness
  • Fadul defends military street patrols
  • Where's the transport authority?
  • Dengue much worse this year
  • Government has to pay US$50 million
  • Flooding, but better weather coming soon
  • Dominican murderer finally brought to justice
  • First immigrant in New York City was a Dominican
  • Jarabe de Palo in the Colonial City
  • Jarabacoa Flower Festival
  • Long Night of Museums
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
  • Medina sends a team to Haiti to discuss egg exports
  • AH1N1 flu reaches 13 provinces
  • Construction begins (again) on Santiago North Beltway
  • Coral Highway bridge wins award
  • Food subsidy increased by RD$125 per month
  • Deputies approve Check Bill
  • Jurists recommend sentences of up to 40 years
  • Presidential decree possibly illegal
  • Taiwan donates US$50 million to DR
  • Citizens support patrols but say they need more
  • Santiago report shows 30% victimized
  • COE alerts Greater Santo Domingo
  • Dominican video maker on Cannes Festival shortlist
  • Higuey museum hosts photo exhibition
  • Comedy at Bellas Artes
  • Cuquin Victoria to new Teatro Caribbean
Tuesday, 11 June 2013
  • President meets Nobel Prize winner
  • UK Minister Hugo Swire backs farm and education investments
  • New decree to benefit small business
  • No avian or swine flu in the Dominican Republic
  • Only judges can authorize phone tapping
  • Drug trafficking is responsible for crime
  • Standardized scholastic tests to begin
  • Illegal occupants of Bahoruco National Park to be evicted
  • Tunnel to close
  • General strike called for Nagua
  • Sri Lankans mistaken for Haitians
  • More rain
  • Danilo Vicioso wins gold in Pan Am Masters
  • Junior Gomez won the Larimar Surfing Championship
  • Jarabe de Palo at Hard Rock Cafe
Monday, 10 June 2013
  • President Medina inaugurates Indomina
  • President Danilo Medina in Samana
  • No tunnel for proposed Cibao-Sur mountain road
  • Navarrete-Puerto Plata highway to be repaired by December
  • Government to consult on Labor Code
  • Political lies?
  • Help to fight AIDS, TB and other diseases
  • Education agreement signed
  • Seismologists warn against buying in vulnerable areas
  • Haiti comes up with different figures
  • Dominican Republic tops textile exports
  • Nearly 2000 new graduates
  • Dutch national extradited
  • Traffic accidents major cause of death
  • Raids in Boca Chica
  • Four deaths cleaning septic tank
  • Ari Barshi wins Heineken Laser Championship
  • Casa de Teatro Jazz Festival
Friday, 07 June 2013
  • Haiti bans egg and meat imports
  • Medina to study Labor Code and border incentives
  • Asonahores opposes departure tax increase
  • 'Belligerent' university insists on bridge
  • Marsh takes over Franco Acra insurer
  • 19 tourists injured in safari truck crash
  • Raices Summer Camp scholarships
  • Aisha Syed wins The Arts Club Classical Music Award
  • Mango days at Agora Mall
  • Gala of World Dance Stars at National Theater
Thursday, 06 June 2013
  • President Medina in San Juan
  • President Medina in Haiti for Environment Day
  • Teachers threaten not to start new school year
  • Country runs out of swine flu vaccine
  • No house-to-house vaccination program
  • Japanese government donates US$2 million
  • Bahia de Aguilas case to be appealed
  • Russia and Dominican Republic sign drug agreement
  • Seven injured in attempted hospital robbery
  • Raids looking for Swiss killers in Boca Chica
  • Expo Mango in Bani
Wednesday, 05 June 2013
  • President inaugurates computerized parking
  • Danilo shows up in Guerra
  • Government creates high school welfare bond
  • Marcos Diaz announces retirement from long distance swimming
  • 4,000 job opportunities at free zones
  • Debt for development?
  • Judge files away Bahia de la Aguilas case
  • Bonao community against Loma Miranda mining
  • Chamber approves 911 legislation
  • Armed Forces: general and passport do not exist
  • Prostitution in Sosua
  • Jose Joaquin hosts Miguel and Hipolito
  • Jorge Elias out on bail
  • Onamet forecasts more rains
  • Want coffee? Go to Polo, Barahona
  • Summer Camp for Dominican-American kids.
  • Go Karting Championship
Tuesday, 04 June 2013
  • First Lady launches teenage maternity program
  • Government denies Loma Miranda mining permit
  • Call to reduce telecommunications tax
  • Not enough jobs created
  • How did Ziad Takieddine get a diplomatic passport?
  • Doctors still on strike
  • Authorities seeking extradition of priest
  • Italian caught with drugs
  • Fire in Bavaro
  • Italian resident in Sosua murdered
  • Women's Pan American Handball Championship 2013
Monday, 03 June 2013
  • Medina to Haiti on Wednesday
  • Medina in Monte Plata
  • Fernandez for OAS secretary general?
  • Turtle watch for Leatherback Turtles
  • Traffic warning for Santo Domingo: Bridge closure
  • Not a good weekend for criminals
  • AMET chief Juan Brown on Dialogo Libre
  • Military personnel added to Police patrols
  • Take care for influenza virus
  • Don't put away the umbrellas
  • Cockfighting International in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
  • DR1 breaks for Corpus Christi holiday
  • Medina chairs meeting of Public Safety Council
  • Armed Forces patrols take to streets
  • Lower interest rates on old loans forecast
  • Santiago calls for fairer share of investments
  • Deputies pass bill on catastrophic illnesses
  • Hospitals in north go on strike
  • UN representative warns about illegal charcoal
  • Diario Libre editorialists on lack of will to control politicians
  • Three DR universities among top 300
  • AG: 57 women killed in five months
  • Police arrest two in stabbing of comic
  • Onamet and COE say rains will continue
  • Mango symposium and mango expo in Bani
  • Victor Manuelle at Teatro La Fiesta
  • Three nights of Bachata in Boca Chica
Tuesday, 28 May 2013
  • Central Bank cuts benchmark interest rate again
  • Government suppliers double during Medina administration
  • Haitians from Barahona to go home legally
  • Medical staff on strike
  • Grupo Popular announces closing of BPD Bank
  • Meeting on sexual exploitation of children
  • Dominican women victims of human trafficking
  • 19th anniversary of Narciso disappearance
  • Four die in shootouts
  • Gearing up for hurricane season
  • Rains to continue
  • Ramon (Patatin) de Castro at Las Terrazas del Meson
Monday, 27 May 2013
  • Promises, promises?
  • Proposal to merge entities
  • Monetary authorities ease credit
  • Ocoa farm road to be repaired
  • DR to sign Trade and Investment Agreement with US
  • Rethinking the desirability of mining in the Dominican Republic
  • La Penda toll plaza taken down
  • Finjus calls on Congress to have public hearings
  • National District prosecutor shelves corruption case against Leonel Fernandez
  • Mella Bridge closed at night
  • Leaks, breakage and waste consumes 54% of drinking water
  • Abel Martinez gets historic support
  • A lack of judges hinders Justice
  • DNI finds foreign terrorists in DR
  • Rains and thunderstorms
  • Barbarella for Verano Presidente
Friday, 24 May 2013
  • UNDP decision applauded, request for National Park
  • DR is bullish about farm sector
  • Dominican public debt is lowest in Caribbean
  • Trucks to be banned along Malecon by July
  • President Medina heads to Ecuador
  • Monthly budget execution stats to be available by July
  • Bahia las Aguilas case postponed
  • Pneumologists warn about smoking and lung cancer
  • Cremation is an option in the Dominican Republic
  • Working together to preserve the birds
  • Watch out for flu symptoms
  • Construexpo opens at Dominican Fiesta
  • Amaya Salazar at Galeria 360
  • Milly Quezada at Acropolis
  • Special evening at the National Theater
  • Victor Victor, Fernando Echavarria, comedy and meditation
Thursday, 23 May 2013
  • Agroalimentaria generates optimism in farm sector
  • UNDP says no to Loma Miranda exploitation
  • Water link over the Ozama in major urban renewal project
  • Work to start to improve water supply
  • Banesco pleased with economic progress
  • Presidency makes changes to Police reform bill
  • Colombia and the Dominican Republic sign agreements
  • Political parties get RD$8.2 billion in 16 years
  • Dominican Republic refuses to take Haitians from Brazil
  • Fishermen to be trained
  • Ranking of banks by performance in 2013
  • Trafficking network dismantled
  • Remand in jail for 20-year old accused of drunk driving
  • Rapist arrested in Puerto Plata
  • Canadian arrested for child pornography
  • 27th Visual Art Biennial at Museum of Modern Art
  • Altos de Chavon Spring Fair
  • Flower Festival at Novocentro
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
  • UN to present Loma Miranda study
  • President Medina to meeting on drug problem in the Americas
  • Interest rate war underway
  • Government to revoke Dovicon contract for tolls
  • President sends condolences to Oklahoma
  • Some regulations for adhesion contracts
  • Private sector wants government out of generation
  • 2016 election polls starting now
  • Oil goes to US$96.16
  • Dominguez Brito: "Constitution is clear..."
  • Littering to be penalized in Santiago
  • Matternet to be presented on Ted Talk on 11 June
  • Recycling in Santo Domingo
  • Colombian mule dies
  • A guy was free with cases pending in 20 courts
  • Man with 32 violent crimes accused of Naco watchman killing
  • Green Alerts for seven provinces
  • Agroalimentaria 2013 opens tonight
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
  • President Medina reviews police bill
  • RD$154 million to fight roya
  • San Francisco-Rio San Juan highway
  • President Medina to Ecuador
  • Duarte Bridge closed for maintenance
  • Samana business wants lower electricity rate
  • Judge rules in favor of Pro-Familia
  • Adeca urges Puerto Plata judiciary to hear Canoa case
  • Woman caught with cocaine stuffed in bra
  • 13 year old kills her 17-year old brother
  • Big win for Dominican woman boxer
  • Fashion Week in Puerto Plata
Monday, 20 May 2013
  • Medina's Sunday tour offers RD$80 million
  • President issues health and safety decrees
  • Changing the Dominican fuel matrix
  • Gold prices fall; threaten DR income
  • Mission from Trinidad visits
  • Flacso to meet in Santo Domingo
  • Vargas calls for attention for Police reform
  • SCJ judge thinks Criminal Process Code needs modifications
  • Attorney General says he will fight exploitation of women
  • Two Haitians arrested for child exploitation
  • Two crimes in Naco make headlines over weekend
  • The COE maintains green alerts
  • Sunset meditation at Plaza de Espana
Friday, 17 May 2013
  • US Ambassador honored
  • New framework for Police
  • Government increases tax collections
  • Dominican Institute for Quality (Indocal) launched
  • DR owes the most to Venezuela
  • Government tests for damage caused by Barrick
  • Academy of Sciences refutes statements by Xstrata Falcondo
  • Housing for lower middle class families
  • Crackdown on ring that exploited Haitian children
  • Metro halted by power failure
  • Comedy at Palacio de Bellas Artes
Thursday, 16 May 2013
  • President Medina reviews Security Plan progress
  • Zoila Martinez chosen ombudsperson
  • JCE's Rosario says he will abide by decision
  • US$1.5 billion in unpaid traffic fines
  • Falconbridge promises to mitigate environmental impact
  • Pan Terra steps up production
  • Dominican Republic banana exports to Europe more than double
  • Dominican gets credit as New York's first immigrant
  • More cataract operations needed
  • Men who use prostitutes to be prosecuted
  • AG orders end to discrimination by nightclubs
  • US teacher killed in traffic accident
  • Canadian arrested with EUR295,000
  • Green Alert for three provinces
  • Free concert by the National Choir
  • An evening of humor in Santiago
  • Risoterapia is back
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
  • President congratulates farmers
  • Hundreds of daycare centers
  • Motorcyclist registration process begins
  • Geographer criticizes tight-lipped stance on Cibao-Santiago highway
  • Bishop opposes mining
  • Austerity, please
  • Opret says recovery of Metro money is long term
  • City still says no to footbridge
  • City and Duquesa still at odds
  • Deputies to look at JCE
  • US power company signs agreement with CDEEE
  • The apple never falls far from the tree
  • 27th Visual Art Biennial
  • 80s party at the Jaragua
  • Electronic music at la Guacara Taina
Tuesday, 14 May 2013
  • More fiscal discipline ahead
  • Local industry gets a boost
  • New plans for deported Dominicans
  • Killing the rivers to build a highway?
  • Leonel Fernandez gets Funglode office at the UNESCO
  • Unicaribe given park space for parking?
  • Nationality protest continues outside Presidency
  • US backs police training program
  • Police tweeting takes top spot
  • High levels of HIV in Santiago
  • Omega back in jail
  • Dominicans are world leaders in trash pick up day
  • Three Dominicans exhibit in China
  • Lenny Abreu concert
  • "Looking for an Honest Man" back at Bellas Artes
Monday, 13 May 2013
  • Medina visits Nagua and promises $ for farmers
  • Coal-fired generators up for tender
  • Cibao-South Highway tender will be in July
  • Congress to intervene in JCE?
  • Social Security should not have set a date
  • Two clinics shut down in Samana
  • Stats on taxi service in the DR
  • Nation kidnapped by politicians
  • AIRD says syndicates are vandals on docks
  • Yeni supports Profamilia campaign
  • People afraid to go to court for car theft
  • Dominican cybercriminals impress investigators
  • Celebration turns into tragedy
  • Take an umbrella
  • Dominican Week in the US begins today
  • Alex Ferreira at the National Library
  • La Peste at Teatro Guloya
Friday, 10 May 2013
  • Juan Bosch City to use pension funds
  • Government to build primary health care centers
  • US$1 billion fine on Barrick may be waived
  • Prostitutes reject penalization of soliciting
  • More on how the transport sector operates
  • Dominican is real hero in Cleveland kidnapping
  • New Brugal rum
  • Former Tourism Minister arrested for gender violence
  • Drugs would have been shipped in toy piano
  • Robinson Cano: 1,500 hits
  • Jarabe de Palo at Hard Rock Cafe
  • Art exhibit at Centro Cultural de Espana
  • Cecilia Garcia in the role of Glorius
Thursday, 09 May 2013
  • Barrick Gold and the Dominican government reach agreement
  • Central Bank to free up investment cash
  • Update on Southwest progress
  • Literacy program going well
  • Public hospital doctors protest outside Palace
  • Diario Libre releases data on the chaotic transport market
  • Dengue alert
  • Soliciting prostitutes outlawed in Dominican Republic
  • Alex Rodriguez not very charitable
  • Communities cut off by floods
  • Arrest in murder case
  • Deportees arrive home
  • More rains expected
  • Fernando Echavarria at Lucia
Wednesday, 08 May 2013
  • Santo Domingo bypass to start next week
  • Sourcing natural gas with Puerto Rico
  • Government accused of fudging financial reporting
  • Cracking down on prostitution in Sosua
  • National Youth Symphony Concert
  • Three nights of Bachata in Boca Chica
  • Beauty and the Beast at the National Theater
Tuesday, 07 May 2013
  • Santo Domingo bypass announced again
  • Barrick Gold comes to talk to President Medina
  • Animal cruelty law to be enforced
  • Flaws in government audits in 2012
  • A quarter of all exports go to Haiti
  • Better jobs as Dominicans legalize status in Argentina
  • Unemployment varies throughout the country
  • US ambassador to leave
  • All charges dropped against communicator's son
  • Civil unrest increasing
  • Rain and storms to increase
  • Time for fishing in Caribbean waters
Monday, 06 May 2013
  • Puerto Rican government head to visit DR
  • Venezuela will continue PetroCaribe
  • Drug trafficking and DR-CAFTA covered at Costa Rica Summit
  • Ministers increase own salaries
  • Barrick Gold execs to arrive today
  • Book Fair closes; Panama to be next year's star
  • More Haitian students at DR universities
  • Builders and Promoters say demand is 143,000 houses
  • Banks help clients restore their credit
  • Mejia and Vargas lunch and talk
  • Alberto Navarro to head EU mission in Dominican Republic
  • Running with Cartoon Network
  • Luguelin Santos runs to victory in Jamaica
  • Joel Rosario wins Kentucky Derby
  • Ricardo Arjona booked for Altos de Chavon
Friday, 03 May 2013
  • President Medina travels to Costa Rica
  • Government announces plan to revive economy
  • Presidency to fund trauma hospital renovations
  • Public debt up US$1.4 billion since December
  • Were immigration survey numbers tweaked?
  • Forensic ballistic laboratory to help fight crime
  • Medina administration and Barrick impasse
  • Trade statistics reveal lost opportunities
  • Deputies come out in favor of Samana cruise terminal
  • Don't park on Winston Churchill-Jimenez Moya avenues
  • Leonel Fernandez and Miguel Vargas meet
  • Brandone Francis to follow in Al Horford's footsteps?
  • New documentary on Sosua's other story
  • Santo Domingo Book Fair last weekend
Thursday, 02 May 2013
  • President Medina's Labor Day message
  • Government electricity subsidy rises
  • Survey of immigrants
  • The first National Budget Report
  • Problems with new identity card tender
  • Haitians to receive identity cards
  • Unions still demanding 30%
  • Barrick Gold shipments stopped
  • 18% of children have asthma
  • Student killed for a cell phone
  • Car racing at the Mobil 1 Racetrack
  • Victor Manuelle at Teatro La Fiesta
Wednesday, 01 May 2013
  • Government spending down
  • Government issues demands to Barrick Gold
  • Rosario announces tender for new ID card
  • Dominican Republic needs a film school
  • Tourist numbers down slightly
  • Caamano exhumation
  • President Medina meets with Miguel Vargas
  • New building at Funglode, Fernandez criticizes UASD
  • Plane 'borrowed' from drug dealers
  • Drug arrests in Punta Cana
  • CTN Travel Show at Agora Mall
Tuesday, 30 April 2013
  • Major improvements at Cabral y Baez Hospital in Santiago
  • DR offers Haiti space to document its citizens
  • Big push for salami in Haiti
  • Medina and Obama to meet in Costa Rica
  • Buying natural gas from Russia
  • 210,000 learning to read and write
  • Venezuela convenes Petrocaribe
  • 14 years waiting for the Beltway
  • DR gets US$3.2 billion in remittances
  • Youth unemployment at 31%
  • New old news: Teens have 21% of pregnancies
  • Entire family killed in Spain
  • Priests lead protest against mining in Cotui
  • Dominicans want more safety
  • Police say they have evidence in UASD case
  • Pan America Handball Championship
  • Jazz facing the Alcazar
Friday, 26 April 2013
  • DR1 breaks for Workers' Day holiday
  • President Medina in Haiti today
  • Deputies vote against 911 charge
  • Foreign airlines can operate as Dominican
  • Build up in Los Prados!
  • UNDP publishes Human Development Report
  • Balaguer is most admired politician of all times
  • Danilo Medina is most admired living politician
  • Club Mauricio Baez makes all the difference
  • The most admired Dominican singer
  • Dominican cookbooks at annual book fair
  • Rock band Living Colour in Cabarete
  • Car Racing on the Mobil 1 Track
Thursday, 25 April 2013
  • Anniversary of April Revolution
  • President opens housing project
  • Reforestation program to start
  • The Russians are coming
  • Pacts and budgetary transparency for Economic and Social Council
  • Central Bank is against eliminating the penny in DR
  • Pension funds now at more than RD$210 billion
  • Poverty stands at 42%
  • More People's Dispensaries
  • More arrests on illegal boat journeys
  • Murder suspect identified
  • Daughter hired men to kill father
  • Rain on the way
  • Music at Santo Domingo Book Fair
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
  • President Medina to lead Caamano memorial
  • 70% upbeat about Medina administration's start
  • US$30 million for local movie making
  • Deputies rethink 911 bill
  • Regional growth "too slow"
  • Pay up or shut up
  • Visit by Taiwanese Navy
  • Colonel killed during UASD student protest
  • Arrests made in brothers' murder
  • Dead and injured in San Francisco protests
  • Injuries in Bonao protests
  • New album from Juan Luis Guerra
  • Wednesday at the Santo Domingo Book Fair
Tuesday, 23 April 2013
  • Medina and Correa inaugurate Book Fair
  • Goodbye to pennies?
  • Constitutional Court recognizes Ministry's right to set private school fees
  • CT strikes down two SCJ decisions
  • National Salary Committee to meet
  • Poll reveals strong opposition to Loma Miranda mining
  • Dominicans divided over whether economy will improve
  • Strike groups in SFM refuse meetings with authorities
  • Students without classrooms
  • Greater Santo Domingo needs 3000 buses
  • Fuel consumption down by 5.8 million gallons
  • RD$20 tax for 911 system widely rejected
  • Los Haitises National Park boundaries defined
  • Most Dominicans watched Baseball Classic
  • Low-pressure ridge brings some rain
  • Tuesday at the Book Fair
Monday, 22 April 2013
  • Santo Domingo Book Fair dedicated to Ecuador
  • Music to prevail at the Book Fair
  • Digital signature coming in new ID card
  • RD$20 tax for 911 = RD$52 million a month
  • Truckers discuss wage increase
  • Political parties resist being regulated
  • European Investment Bank to open in Santo Domingo
  • Bird conservationists report burning in protected area
  • Crime is main concern for Dominicans
  • Cremation and a cemetery for Dominican pets
  • Lots of drugs seized, but not the capos
  • Celebrating International Jazz Day
  • Wu Xue wins Table Tennis Championship
  • Jake Kheel: Punta Cana environmental success stories
  • Surviving Progress at Funglode
Friday, 19 April 2013
  • President Medina travels to Maduro's inaugural
  • Literacy plan reaches out to students with special needs
  • US$1 billion arrives, Peralta says IMF welcome to monitor
  • Business calls for Social Pact for Jobs
  • Pension fund now at more than RD$210 billion
  • Regulating wages in the public sector
  • No more taxes on telecom
  • Panel highlights major economic contradictions
  • Garbage collection now at night
  • Fuel importers go public on truckers' demands
  • Classic cars exhibited at Galerias 360
  • Dance Spectacle at the Book Fair
Thursday, 18 April 2013
  • Home gardens plan launched
  • Bahia de las Aguilas back in court
  • 911 emergency service to be launched in December
  • New homes to be built around Lake Enriquillo
  • No solution to electricity problem
  • North suffers most with blackouts
  • No solution to fuel problems
  • Most street children are Haitian
  • Southwest has most HIV/AIDS cases
  • Free phone calls for convicts
  • Manny Jr. seeks to follow in his father's footsteps
  • Best of table tennis in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
  • President Medina sends condolences to President Obama
  • More nurseries for young children
  • President announces increased birth registration
  • Amended civil aviation law to favor Gol
  • Blackouts to continue until May
  • Supreme Court rejects Hipolito Mejia defamation suit
  • Pressure mounts to renegotiate Barrick Gold contract
  • Cardiologists propose bill to eliminate salt in restaurants
  • Al Greenspan recommends public debt at 20% of GDP
  • Embassy launches anti document fraud campaign
  • Heightened airport security after Boston
  • More police for Colonial Zone
  • Man robbed by supposed DNCD officers
  • DR climber perseveres in his quest to conquer Everest
  • Casa de Campo welcomes Caribbean golfers
Tuesday, 16 April 2013
  • Maduro wins Venezuela elections
  • Football for girls and border provinces
  • Public Health will crack down on illegal products
  • Fuel truckers re-supply gas stations
  • On foot over the 17 Bridge and then on to the Metro
  • Monopolies in disguise control transport in DR
  • Amazing government contracts
  • Industrialists join brewers: sales are down
  • Barrick stock in freefall; gold down record amount
  • Blasts mar Boston Marathon: DR runners are okay
  • US$3.3 million seized in La Romana's Casa de Campo
  • Rains expected today
  • Eat Pray Love author in SD
  • The XVI International Book Fair opens on Monday
Monday, 15 April 2013
  • President Danilo goes home
  • Medina to Costa Rica for SICA summit
  • Many questions about the new school desk
  • Many products lack public health certificates
  • DR pays its dues to UN
  • Dominican public bonds in circulation
  • Only 90,000 legal immigrants
  • Almeyda questions some officials' party links
  • Tax law a deterrent for real estate
  • Possible fuel shortage?
  • Association says salaries should increase by 14%
  • Fire destroys Listin Diario warehouse
  • Some rain today and very hot
  • Fifa president visits
  • World Baseball Classic Cup exhibited in Boca Chica
Friday, 12 April 2013
  • Ergonomic school desk chosen for public schools
  • Alorica opens call center in Villa Juana
  • Foundation calls for revoking Indotel anti-privacy ruling
  • US$1 billion in sovereign bonds placement
  • Barrick shipment details to be made public
  • US donates US$3.4 million for citizen security
  • A million potential homebuyers
  • Nicaraguan bank to open in Santo Domingo
  • Roberto Herrera named to YGL Class of 2013
  • Falcondo says it needs 20 days to move fuel tanks
  • Albert Pujols: 1,000 extra-bases
  • The Wailers at Hard Rock Cafe
Thursday, 11 April 2013
  • Government tax revenues up
  • Inflation at 0.38% in March
  • Banks have RD$185 billion to lend
  • ECLAC women's conference coming to Dominican Republic
  • Food parcels handed out in Santiago Rodriguez
  • Kennedy criticizes mining, says future is solar
  • Dangerous odor in Haina
  • Barrick shipment sent back to Cotui plant
  • Gold companies hope to follow in Barrick's footsteps
  • Ex President Fernandez claims less in assets than in 2008
  • Dominican businesswomen in top 100
  • Anthony Santos in hot water
  • Money laundering gang arrested
  • Fire in Santo Domingo
  • Yola lost at sea
  • Musical and dance folklore at Centro Leon
Wednesday, 10 April 2013
  • President Medina goes to the movies
  • Michelle Cohen to head Pro Competencia
  • Shortlist for Public Defender chosen
  • Mining lab set up to monitor Dominican shipments
  • Businesses closed in shopping malls
  • Former President Fernandez at Yale
  • DR to change status of relations with China?
  • Congress asked to act on traffic law changes
  • Police to receive pay rise
  • International surfer website covers Cabarete fire
  • Air show pilots buried
  • Head of DNCD to take charge of murder investigation
  • Castillo insists there was no prosecutor in Melgen's maid interrogation
  • Rebeca Yunen says she and Alex Rodriguez are just friends
  • Hector Acosta wins main prize at Premios Soberano
  • Film Festival at Galerias 360
Tuesday, 09 April 2013
  • Will hiring a maid be a luxury?
  • Duquesa landfill to be open 24/7
  • Lots of money for school repairs
  • Reading into the Mejia and Medina hand shake
  • La Vega councilors against mining Loma Miranda
  • Free newspapers for straphangers
  • Inicia Foundation issues call for scholarship applications
  • Economist concerned about DR public debt
  • Haitian workers win labor case
  • Navy recovers aircraft from the sea
  • Dominguez Brito answers Vincho
  • 77-year old woman caught as drug mule
  • Why was A-Rod in Santiago?
  • Leonel Fernandez to speak at Yale
  • Comedy at Bellas Artes
  • Night of stars at the National Theater
Monday, 08 April 2013
  • Thousands witness tragic airshow accident
  • President Medina promises to boost cassava bread production
  • Former President Hipolito Mejia visits President Medina
  • Dominican teachers resume salary struggle
  • Public Health Minister: "No raises this year"
  • INDRHI begins Dajabon dam
  • Public debt up 364% from year 2000
  • Financial crumbs keep people poor
  • Study focuses on domestic workers
  • Trajano files suit over JCE fees
  • SCJ will hear appeals in Figueroa Agosto case
  • Chief of Police against disarming of public
  • Haiti not the source of contraband guns
  • Hiraldo Guerrero to stand trial in US on drug charges
  • Some rains and high temps forecast
  • Kennedy will address environmental issues
  • Ten years in comedy
Friday, 05 April 2013
  • Will credit card charges really drop?
  • Exports up in first two months
  • DR owes UN, but has biggest staff
  • Ways out for the Barrick Gold contract
  • Blackouts loom given arrears with generators
  • Senator says big business has hold of government procurement
  • Getting to know Drummond
  • Dominican Cohibas get green light for continued sale in the US
  • Barrick Gold military security fire at truck and cause jam
  • Luguelin Santos does his second best time
  • Learn how to export in a free workshop
  • Best of table tennis coming to the DR
  • Pomier Children's Choir takes the Bonye stage
  • Merembambo at the Jaragua
  • Risoterapia at the National Theater
  • Dominican sweets in the spotlight
  • Carlos Sanchez celebrates his 10th year in comedy
  • Air Show on the Malecon this weekend
Thursday, 04 April 2013
  • President Medina at Crowne Plaza and N-CDN launches
  • President Medina attends 30 March celebrations
  • National Literacy Plan enrolls 150,000
  • Monetary Board gives consumers a boost
  • Gol hub in Santo Domingo?
  • Who has the details on the security plan?
  • Climate change affecting Dominican Republic
  • South Korean movie filmed at Najayo Jail
  • Metro taking business away from taxi drivers
  • Missing millions in Air Dominicana case
  • Caamano murder victim's family threatened
  • More drugs seized at Multimodal Caucedo port
  • Ecuadorian man stabbed
  • Cecilia Garcia in the role of Glorius
Wednesday, 03 April 2013
  • Medina very, very popular
  • Foreign investment up 40% in 2012
  • Officials in Washington looking for money
  • Government leaves services up to Dominicans
  • Government borrowing soared under Fernandez
  • DR spends 0.7% of GDP on armed forces
  • 2006 decree spurs arms contraband
  • Senator blasts Dominican government concessionaires
  • Government to provide insurance for HIV patients
  • Money given for dam construction
  • Dominican Republic not allowed to vote at the UN
  • Australian volunteers to work in the DR
  • Betancourt traders hurting
  • Head of trauma hospital resigns
  • Tank explodes at Goya factory
  • Dominican prostitutes around the world
  • Nighttime patrols increasing
  • British man fathers daughter in Dominican jail
  • National Ballet at Bellas Artes
Tuesday, 02 April 2013
  • Medina's joy at riding the Metro; Metro 2 part 2 will have to wait
  • Potential mining all over the Dominican Republic
  • Scholarships to study in Australia
  • No more AA-JFK flights
  • Cocaine was being exported as cacao
  • Canadian arrested for robbery in Puerto Plata
  • Criminals suspected of burning down surf school
  • Youth who killed three didn't have a license
  • 89 Dominicans on Major League Baseball rosters
  • Music, Identity, and Culture in the Caribbean V
Monday, 01 April 2013
  • Luis Alberto Moreno of IDB meets President Medina
  • Danilo opens Metro 2 today
  • Mayor says Guibia was a success
  • COE reports fatalities over holiday weekend
  • Trauma hospitals were busy
  • Minister of Education calls for full attendance
  • Promotions for merit, not friendship
  • PC calls for compliance with pact
  • Builders complain about tender results for housing
  • Bahoruco Park gets a sponsor
  • 4,678kg of drugs seized so far this year
  • Providence, RI mayor saves city
  • Junot Diaz wins British bank short story award for Miss Lora
  • Light rains in the forecast; drought not over
  • Merengue, bachata and electronic music at the Jaragua
Wednesday, 27 March 2013
  • DR1 breaks for Easter holiday
  • Government deals violate National Development Strategy Law
  • Call to eat more fruit and vegetables
  • Crackdown on drinking establishments
  • Traffic accidents caused by drinking and driving
  • Santiago has swimming pools, but no water
  • Public Prosecutors to keep working
  • More ambulances available for Easter
  • Hotels fully booked
  • Tricom launches 4G LTE
  • Dominican inventor wants drones to get to work now
  • French millionaire owns plane used in drug heist
  • Punta Cana drug haul incinerated
  • Tragic drowning at Sanata River
  • Call to ration water
  • Easter Concert at the Santo Domingo Cathedral
  • Easter at Altos de Chavon
Tuesday, 26 March 2013
  • Medina would support hosting the Classic
  • Electricity pacts started
  • Morales Troncoso announces Turkish embassy this year
  • Seven new ambassadors
  • Indian ambassador meets Dominicans
  • License plates for motorcycles: RD$367 million
  • A senator gets 107.6 times the salary of a teacher
  • What policemen make in the DR
  • Sneaky sand extraction from Yaque River
  • City government starts Guibia Holy Week celebrations
  • Wise advice for travelers
  • ADP's Hidalgo to Pared Perez: Hands off!
  • Wage talks without any agreement
  • Water shortages in many barrios
  • Gold shipment delayed
  • Police quick at catching prosecutor's assailants
  • Dominican bodega owner gets lucky, wins US Powerball lottery
  • Alexis and Fido in Bavaro
Monday, 25 March 2013
  • Danilo's weekly journey
  • Mining specialist explains why Barrick put US as origin of Dominican gold
  • Barrick offers US$315M, government wants US$800M
  • Montas tells Salcedo that the water is from CAASD
  • DR exports RD$2 billion to Haiti
  • US$1 billion in new foreign debt per year
  • New bridges over Ozama and Isabela rivers
  • COE all set for Holy Week
  • Del Castillo praises free trade treaties
  • Maternity Hospital achieves zero maternal deaths
  • EFE reports DR importing Spanish model police
  • Business and unions meet to talk salaries
  • Employees have reduced purchasing power
  • Tragedy in El Seibo
  • Justice Department gives details on money given by network
  • Felix Sanchez: Athlete of the Year
  • Onamet celebrates World Weather Day
  • World Baseball Classic trophy on tour
Friday, 22 March 2013
  • Second line of the Metro to open Monday, 1 April
  • Government announces safe Easter Week operation
  • 12 pools for Guibia Beach area
  • CID-Latin American poll shows Police is least efficient institution
  • Bankers sent to La Romana jail as privileges are cut
  • Accused remanded in Punta Cana Airport drug bust
  • Driver freed on bail after death of three siblings
  • New alternatives for habitats in exhibition at Centro Cultural de Espana
  • UNPHU Kite Festival
  • Long Night of the Museums
  • The East also celebrates Long Night of the Museums
  • Merengue, bachata and electronic music at the Jaragua
Thursday, 21 March 2013
  • New Comprehensive Citizen Safety Plan
  • First Lady returns home
  • Jimenez Bichara: 2,000 new MWs
  • Public school teachers still striking
  • 'Trojan horses' in Dominican state contracts
  • Foundations sell subsidized propane gas to reduce deforestation in Los Haitises
  • Tourist numbers up last year but falling this year
  • Previous Barrick Gold shipments to be investigated
  • Driver killed in dispute over non-unionized public taxi
  • Tragedy during WBC victory celebrations
  • Major drug haul at Punta Cana airport
  • Man and Woman of the Year: Felix Sanchez and Altagracia Paulino
  • Spring has sprung
  • Al pie del Tamesis back at Casa de Teatro
  • Air show on the Malecon
Wednesday, 20 March 2013
  • DR: World Baseball Champions 2013
  • President Medina congratulates new WBC champions
  • President Medina in Azua
  • Vice President says comments misinterpreted
  • Civil Code passes second reading
  • Dominican Republic calls for gun control
  • Solar power for Saona
  • Earthquake felt in Samana
  • Another propane gas fuelled car explodes
  • No progress in Taiwanese diplomat murder case
  • UASD rector sued
  • Aisha Syed violin concert
Tuesday, 19 March 2013
  • First Lady greets the Pope
  • Government to spend RD$700 million on health
  • Barrick slapped with huge fine
  • Dominicans 'must demand accountability'
  • PC demands clarity from government and Barrick
  • ANJE wants publication of budget management in 2013
  • ADP halts classes for 48 hours
  • Graciano says government needs to get tough
  • Finjus says JCE decision unconstitutional
  • Fenatrado warns of freight rate increase
  • Dengue affects 21 in Santiago area
  • Drought affects water supplies in Cibao
  • Diario Libre announces finalists of its Man and Women of the Year Prize
  • Dominican Republic goes to finals of WBC
  • Comedy at the National Theater
  • Teatro Las Mascaras comedy
Monday, 18 March 2013
  • Danilo does it again: Villa Trina
  • First Lady to Rome for papal inauguration
  • Margarita not interested in higher office, honestly
  • Recycling in San Jose de las Matas
  • La Lupa report on the San Juan-Santiago highway
  • Environmentalist warns of danger to watersheds
  • No solution possible for electricity until 2016
  • ADP rejects offer and says they will fight on
  • Barrick declares Dominican gold was produced in the US
  • DGA will verify dore shipment today
  • DR second in the world in traffic deaths
  • Dominican tourism lacks competitiveness
  • Popular is the biggest
  • DEA authorized to overfly DR
  • Baseball tonight
  • Clarinet Festival at the Conservatory
  • Rosa Tavarez and Benjamin Paiewonsky at Bellas Artes
Friday, 15 March 2013
  • 500km of streets and roads paved since August 2012
  • Why Customs halted Barrick's gold export
  • DGA director rejects privatizing container surveillance
  • Inflation in February: 0.33%
  • Dominican bee and honey exports up
  • Bahia de las Aguilas case paperwork being reconstructed
  • Will the Medina administration prosecute corruption?
  • Dominguez says Agramonte was part of big criminal network
  • Close ties between new Pope and Dominican cardinal
  • DR defeats USA in World Baseball Classic
  • Regatta at Puerto Bahia in Samana
  • Drama at Bellas Artes
  • Yoga retreat in Jarabacoa for Easter
  • Aisha Syed violin concert
Thursday, 14 March 2013
  • President Medina congratulates Pope Francisco I
  • Second Metro line being tested
  • Citizen Security Plan to be announced next week
  • Gold shipment held up at Las Americas
  • Illegal slot machines destroyed
  • 14,000 people living with HIV in the north
  • Mirabal house to be improved
  • South suffers drought
  • TV presenter with US$300,000 in car named
  • Harlequin property under investigation
  • USA vs. DR in World Baseball Classic
  • Ocean World tickets on sale
  • Beach Volleyball in Hato Mayor
  • Benjamin Zander at the Santo Domingo Music Festival
Wednesday, 13 March 2013
  • Plan to reduce maternal and infant mortality
  • Money for public hospitals
  • Banking services to be available in shops
  • Regularizing foreigners
  • New Civil Code
  • Electricity companies refund customers
  • Chamber of Deputies accepts report on Barrick Gold
  • San Cristobal town hall is shut
  • 'Witchdoctor' arrested
  • Canadians win right to appeal
  • Prosecutor jailed for taking bribes
  • Mangu defeats pizza at the WBC
  • Air Show of the Caribbean 2013
  • Feria Ganadera under way
Tuesday, 12 March 2013
  • Central Bank says IMF is off
  • Industries representative calls for more efficient government spending
  • Traffic on Juan Pablo II Turnpike at a low
  • Venezuela discards changes in Petrocaribe
  • Coalition says 20% is not enough
  • Land of chocolate
  • DR to go to IACHR today
  • Osiris de Leon: DR close to a water crisis
  • A new clash between DNCD and the AG
  • Former DNCD officer to be extradited
  • Child with grenade in backpack
  • Police nab insider who planned robbery
  • Baseball: DR versus Italy
  • Pengbian Sang & Retro Jazz tonight
Monday, 11 March 2013
  • ADP wants Medina to guarantee salary hikes
  • President approves RD$74 million in credits for vegetable farmers
  • Economist discusses IMF 'recommendations'
  • Reaction to IMF suggestions
  • Deputies to receive Barrick report tomorrow
  • TSE judges overpaying themselves?
  • Police reports reduction in violence
  • Obama proposes Perez for Labor secretary
  • Market in Los Mina to be eliminated
  • Police identify one of armored car thieves
  • DR over Puerto Rico in World Baseball Classic
  • Teatro por un tubo back at Teatro Guloya
Friday, 08 March 2013
  • Medina travels to Chavez funeral
  • Gildan builds country's largest manufacturing plant
  • Manufacturers meet at the Presidency
  • President Medina outing to Azua
  • First part of Malecon promenade ready soon
  • Women make up 44% of workforce
  • Tax collections up 21.6% in Jan-Feb
  • Teachers union and Ministry sign an agreement
  • Important win for Los Cacicazgos neighborhood group
  • Women main victims of HIV/AIDS in the DR
  • Environmental alert at the border with Haiti
  • High-risk affiliates pushed on public health providers
  • DR wins its first game in World Baseball Classic
  • Pengbian Sang & Retro Jazz Concert
  • Gabriela Beltramino at Sunset Jazz
Thursday, 07 March 2013
  • President Medina to go to Chavez funeral
  • Vargas announces funeral delegation
  • Chavez and the Dominican Republic
  • More free zone companies
  • Borrowing from Korea
  • Bahia de los Aguilas should be nature offer
  • Dress code restriction lifted for public offices
  • Workers protest in San Cristobal
  • New interrogation room at the Police
  • Dominicans returning home
  • Barcelona football academy opens in Santo Domingo
  • Jarabacoa Concert for Women
  • DJ Paul Oakenfold at Sans Souci
  • Carnival in Punta Cana
Wednesday, 06 March 2013
  • President Medina expresses condolences on death of Hugo Chavez
  • Dominican reactions to Chavez' death
  • Chavez's death and implications for the Dominican Republic
  • Women to be honored
  • National Library now open
  • Transport problems
  • More to have Social Security
  • No decision on overseas offices
  • Prostitutes have rights too
  • Doctors to strike
  • Crash and fire kills driver
  • Santo Domingo Music Festival
Tuesday, 05 March 2013
  • Government wants to cut through prime forests for new road
  • Strange approval for project near Bahia de las Aguilas
  • Justice mulling over Bahia de las Aguilas case
  • Jarabacoa community opposes diverting river
  • Government monitors and pushes Enriquillo projects
  • Ditches tie up traffic on Betancourt
  • El Manguito is a good example
  • Barrick says renegotiation is not on the table
  • Teachers on strike today
  • Haitians make up 13% of DR workforce
  • DR vs. Phillies in a tune up for WBC
  • Cook those lionfish
Monday, 04 March 2013
  • Presidency upholds juridical security
  • Teachers face stiff battle
  • Admiral: a few should not ruin our work
  • Doctors alarmed: ITBIS on heart meds
  • Congress abolishes jail terms for defamation
  • Fuel subsidies eat up RD$3.2 billion
  • National Library opens tomorrow
  • Barrick seeks to compensate losses with DR profits
  • Deputy says PN to get major reforms
  • Over two dozen kids with dengue symptoms in Santiago
  • Prosecutor appoints state lawyers in Bahia de las Aguilas case
  • Hundreds of thousands watch Carnival Parade along Malecon
  • Feria Ganadera set for 9-17 March
  • Teatro por un tubo is back at Teatro Guloya
Friday, 01 March 2013
  • Medina: Decree to speed up Colonial City improvements
  • No tollbooths between La Vega and Santiago
  • Diandino Pena: RD$200 million needed to start metro
  • Central Bank keeps reference rate at 5%
  • Dominicans pay new record in taxes
  • CES: "Absolutely irresponsible management of public finances"
  • Saudi Arabia investment in postal service
  • Students are big losers with increase in education
  • Can the government tax Barrick?
  • Barrick Pueblo Viejo upholds financial commitments
  • Info requested on Barrick exports
  • Mining Chamber - Medina speech will affect mining ventures
  • Conep: Watch business climate, reforms deadlines have expired
  • What is the environment impact of the Barrick mine?
  • Major violations at the Jaragua Biosphere denounced
  • Dominican Cardinal heads to Rome for Pope election
  • Accused pedophile deported to Canada
  • Edwin Sanchez wins Independence Tour
  • Donna Summer tribute at the National Theater
Thursday, 28 February 2013
  • Medina puts education first in his speech
  • Medina calls Barrick Gold contract "unacceptable"
  • Improvement in public services
  • Solutions to the electricity problem
  • Second Metro Line
  • Citizen Security Plan coming shortly
  • Reactions to President Medina's speech
  • Independence Day special Google doodle
  • Moca hospital doctor fired
  • Prison reorganization
  • Sacha Tebo exhibit at Bellas Artes
Tuesday, 26 February 2013
  • DR1 breaks for Independence Day
  • President Medina's state of the nation address
  • People not paying for water supply in Santo Domingo
  • Teachers reject 20% pay raise
  • AERODOM denies sale rumors
  • Falcondo denies hiding earnings
  • Duquesa will go on 24-hour schedule
  • Najayo to become Model Penitentiary
  • Judge sends Martha to one year's preventive custody
  • Prosecutor announces strategies for Bahia de las Aguilas case
  • Accident toll now at 10 fatalities and 25 injured
  • A trip to the past: Visit the Galeon de Cadiz
  • Postcards of the World at Meson de la Cava
Monday, 25 February 2013
  • Greenhouses for San Juan de la Maguana
  • Medina shows up in Cambita, Garabito
  • Hundreds can now sign their names
  • Old soldiers do not fade away in DR
  • Jaragua Group says officials unaware of Bahia de las Aguilas reality
  • Public Transport raises major issues in residential areas
  • We pay a lot of taxes on fuels
  • Careless citizens and Duquesa problems hamper a clean city
  • SFS does not cover newborns with high-cost illnesses
  • GoldQuest and Las Tres Palmas
  • Bolivian gets 30 years for murder of Japanese diplomat
  • Martha Heredia gets post-op treatment in her cell
  • Horrible accident near Puerto Plata
  • Sustainable Tourism Fair at Botanical Gardens
Friday, 22 February 2013
  • Canada's John Baird meets with President Medina
  • Presidency leaves Bahia de las Aguilas case to courts
  • Lamb Development Corporation wants to build in Cabo Rojo
  • Bauxite mining operation controversy
  • Government offices evade tax payments
  • 87% of Haitian workers are illegal
  • Martha Heredia: From heroine to heroin?
  • Who's playing for the DR in the World Baseball Classic
  • Independence cycling tour taking place
  • Juan Luis wins Premios Lo Nuestro award
  • Obelisks to wed for carnival
Thursday, 21 February 2013
  • Medina meets lawyer Acosta to discuss Bahia de las Aguilas
  • Senate authorizes sale of Bahia de las Aguilas seafront
  • FINJUS president calls for audit of IAD
  • Participacion Ciudadana rejects Bahia de las Aguilas deal
  • Catholic Church calls to protect national assets
  • Read Escobar family denies having land in Bahia de las Aguilas
  • Rabies vaccination day
  • Overseas offices might reopen
  • University at a standstill
  • Investigation into children's drowning
  • Robbery at Columbus Lighthouse
  • Highway robberies
  • Unions demand 30% pay increase
  • Family launch campaign to free daughter
  • Vakero's haircut was illegal
  • Marta Heredia might join husband in jail
  • Spanish galleon docks in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 20 February 2013
  • President Medina inaugurates housing project in Santiago
  • Environment Minister visits Samana
  • Organic agriculture brings US$200 million into the economy
  • 6,000 jobs for young people
  • Cash free transaction system launched
  • Over a million illegal Haitians in the country
  • Megamining behind the Cibao-San Juan highway?
  • Bahia de las Aguilas 'owners' also hold titles in Bavaro
  • President Medina: Bahia de las Aguilas deal not closed
  • Academy of Science protests government deal for Bahia de las Aguilas
  • Constitutional Court annuls Supreme Court decision
  • Doctors on strike in La Romana
  • Illegal trip thwarted
  • Lucky search may have saved woman's life
  • Mexican rock group at Hard Rock
Tuesday, 19 February 2013
  • Playa Grande sustainable tourism
  • La Barquita is happy
  • DR has 5,000 km of highways
  • Teachers want more money
  • UASD professors strike again
  • INDRHI director in hot, really hot, water
  • Thousands of entities do not pay SS taxes
  • District Attorney opposes Bahia de las Aguilas settlement
  • Dominicans make up 3% of Hispanics in US
  • Coffee Rust a major issue now
  • Don't forget the umbrella
Monday, 18 February 2013
  • President shows up in Barahona
  • No money for hospitals in three months
  • Jittery nerves over possible changes
  • Demonstrations begin for Bahia de las Aguilas
  • Citizen Participation wants fiscal deficit culprits
  • Washington Post places Yzaguirre in middle of port scandal
  • Pedestrians ignore safer crossings
  • Stock market open to small investors
  • The cost of Justice
  • Build a tunnel to connect the Cibao!
  • EGE-Haina will install two coal-fired plants
  • Gabriela Beltramino at Casa de Teatro
Friday, 15 February 2013
  • Government to boost development Bahia de las Aguilas
  • European Union confirms support DR development
  • Scalable wage increase for public school teachers
  • Hole closed in Los Prados
  • Teachers strike at UASD
  • Focus on low quality of jobs in the DR
  • Bauxite exports to resume
  • Japan donates ambulances
  • Organic farming
  • Domingo Liz passes away
  • Hombres en escabeche at Casa de Teatro
Thursday, 14 February 2013
  • President Medina inaugurates hotel
  • More talks with the Bahamas on illegal fishing
  • No progress on teachers' salaries
  • New electricity heads
  • Claro to increase investment
  • Promotions for prosecutors
  • Felix Bautista off the hook
  • Drug trafficker arrested
  • British Foreign office updates advice
  • DNCD agents arrested
  • It's Valentine's Day in Santo Domingo
Wednesday, 13 February 2013
  • The Chinese are coming
  • More help for farmers
  • Students encouraged to stay in school
  • Poet awarded prize
  • First Lady visits young mother
  • Padre las Casas-Constanza Road is best
  • Move to legalize fraudulent titles in Bahia de las Aguilas?
  • No more building in Los Prados
  • Teachers wearing green
  • Who will be Pope?
  • Haitians demand their documents
  • Dominicans convicted in Puerto Rico
  • Dengue death toll rises
  • Don't die in Bani
  • Fire destroys restaurant in Bavaro
  • World Baseball Classic starts 7 March for DR
Tuesday, 12 February 2013
  • The senator from New Jersey and DR ports
  • Minister criticizes bureaucracy and costs for small businesses
  • Hospitals that "bounce" patients will be punished
  • Four generators hold 86% of CDEEE debt
  • They have land but no homes
  • Sinkhole swallows car, house in Los Prados
  • Abreu wants all salaried employees to get raises
  • Church caught off guard; prayers for the Pontiff
  • PLD deputies call for friendly settlement with Barrick
  • New PRD group emerges; pledges party unity
  • Banco Popular leads in earnings
  • Paco de Lucia at the National Theater
Monday, 11 February 2013
  • Newsflash: Benedict XVI to resign
  • Green light for Bahia de las Aguilas development?
  • Metro stations attract business
  • Barahona sugar mill modernizes - at a cost
  • Cardinal proposes talk over stones
  • Barrick to publish its version
  • Maritime radar to fight drug shipments
  • Get your umbrella out
  • Nominees for the Soberano Awards announced
  • Duarte, the play, to open at Bellas Artes
Friday, 08 February 2013
  • Award for outstanding Venezuelan musician
  • Spain to help train public school teachers
  • ICT center in Guerra
  • First Lady's Office to help fight cancer
  • Government officials travel less
  • Puerto Plata port gets underway
  • Sex education campaign under way
  • AIRD disputes private Customs surveillance
  • ADOCCO calls for investigation into UASD ICT platform
  • Fernandez lawyers deny Moreno's complaint is being processed
  • Teacher kidnapped and murdered for debt
  • DR wins most games, but loses Caribbean Series
  • Salsa and Merengue at Plaza de Espana
  • Body Worlds in its last days here
Thursday, 07 February 2013
  • President makes surprise nursery visit
  • Lack of cooking facilities in hospital
  • Wages late at the town hall
  • Samper highlights need to improve the police
  • Celebration of Dominican fresh produce in the UK
  • AmCham opposes ICSSI contract
  • Baseball coach jailed
  • More arrests in the Alex murder case
  • Dominican Republic tops death list
  • Man convicted of stealing electricity
  • Canadian extradited
  • DR plays ball for championship today
Wednesday, 06 February 2013
  • Bond issue now law
  • Start eating salami again
  • Teachers threaten strike
  • Lots of tickets issued by Amet
  • Port security needs to be improved
  • Tourism continues to grow in the Dominican Republic
  • Pensioners 'dying of hunger'
  • Case against Fernandez and Funglode processed
  • Hit man arrested
  • Menendez scandal spreads
  • DR-bound flight makes unscheduled stop
  • Minors working in rice fields
  • Police working to control lawbreakers
  • DR continues to lead Caribbean Series
Tuesday, 05 February 2013
  • Got salami?
  • Serious problems at Social Security
  • Effects of tax reform are now in evidence
  • Ecologist disputes UNDP Loma de Miranda review
  • Plant failures cause EdeSur to close 48 circuits
  • LPG is dangerous and on the streets
  • Dominicans migrate to Chile
  • High HIV/AIDs rate in Puerto Plata
  • Focus on the container-monitoring contract
  • Corruption prosecutor resigns
  • PRD mediation efforts stall again
  • Police arrest four in murder of 1st Lieutenant
  • Luguelin competes in Canada
  • Caribbean World Series 2013
Monday, 04 February 2013
  • Medina gives away RD$90 million in two days
  • Lula speaks at Chamber of Construction
  • Agencies recommend cutting DR bureaucracy
  • Tons of food from Community Cafeterias
  • Agencies outline damage from aviation law changes
  • UNDP Loma Miranda team arrives
  • An unexpected two destinations for one
  • LPG installations are all kinds
  • Consumers bear full brunt of new taxes
  • PRD breakup expected
  • Two officers killed in Moca
  • Gilbert's mom, dad and girlfriend sent to prison
  • 4.1 quake hits Puerto Plata: no damage
  • DR leads in Caribbean Baseball Series
Friday, 01 February 2013
  • Medina opens new university building
  • President Lula visits and attends Youth Awards
  • Danilo Medina's punctuality
  • Support for golf in the country
  • DGII says that 14,000 have applied for amnesty
  • 18% ITBIS
  • DR-UK trade up
  • Launching the new BB Z10 in DR
  • UNDP opens consultations on Loma de Miranda
  • Is the DR the favorite to win the Caribbean Series?
  • Tribute to Donna Summer
Thursday, 31 January 2013
  • More wind turbines
  • President inaugurates new bridge
  • Making the Dominican Republic safer
  • Negotiations to start on minimum wages
  • No more building in protected areas
  • Mining very important to the Dominican Republic
  • Barrick Gold contract under scrutiny
  • Electricity companies told to improve
  • Vargas complains about Police
  • US citizen arrested for arms smuggling
  • Visiting Mr Green at the National Theater
Wednesday, 30 January 2013
  • Dominican Republic and Haiti to share electricity
  • Vice President forgets to go to airport to meet President
  • Complaints about closure of overseas registry offices
  • Fake medicine warning
  • Pay rise for Chamber of Deputies employees
  • Haitians take 10% of Public Health budget
  • Gallup poll's unfavorable ratings
  • PRD woes are in overseas media
  • The PRD chairs
  • Court date set for Mejia versus Guerrero
  • Solar energy for Cibao International Airport
  • Fire in Santiago
  • French woman sentenced to eight years in jail
  • Dominican raided by FBI
  • Tribute to Harold Priego
  • Yolandita Monge and Danny Rivera
Tuesday, 29 January 2013
  • Medina thanks Chavez for Petrocaribe in Chile
  • ONE says a million+ are illiterate
  • Gallup: Crime is the problem, Medina approved
  • Drug trafficking hit hard
  • Metro transports 100 million in four years
  • Anybody know if they started?
  • Labor minister favors convention on domestics
  • Sur Futuro will install solar panels
  • Luperon and Malecon crossing closed
  • Vargas to summon CEN once more
  • Grupo Niche at Plaza de Espana
Monday, 28 January 2013
  • Medina meets counterparts in Chile
  • DR bonds sold well, economist criticizes placement
  • Attorney General to fight administrative corruption
  • ANJE advocates policies that create new businesses
  • Most workers can't cover food costs
  • Chaos at the PRD National House
  • Hipolito hands over PRD House to Police
  • Leonel slams PRD for fighting on Duarte Day
  • DR loses its finest cartoonist
  • Chance of rain today and tomorrow
  • Escogido defines roster for Caribbean Series
  • Gilberto Santa Rosa at National Theater
Friday, 25 January 2013
  • President Medina to travel to Chile
  • Commemorating Juan Pablo Duarte
  • Madrigal to get go ahead
  • UASD cannot rescind registrar contract
  • Public health success story
  • Accountants favor audits to JCE
  • Nuria Piera to head CDN TV station
  • 1.9 million Internet accounts in the Dominican Republic
  • Ex President Fernandez accused of influence peddling
  • Pedro Martinez back with Red Sox
  • Escogido victory parade today
  • Pirates and Mermaids at the National Theater
Thursday, 24 January 2013
  • Colonial City improvements
  • Promotion on merit, not patronage
  • Dominican Republic would face problems without Chavez
  • DR ranks poorly in government budget transparency
  • Fuel consumption increases
  • Bus drivers in the northwest being arrested
  • Massive fireworks display
  • Find out about your credit rating for free
  • University told to register students
  • La Vega shrine destroyed
  • Vakero has his hair cut
  • Thousands die at the hands of the police
  • Santo Domingo Carnival parades
Wednesday, 23 January 2013
  • Fewer medical problems this year on Altagracia Day
  • Still delays for registering at state university
  • Dario Contreras ICU without ventilators
  • IDB disburses US$1.3 billion to DR in 4 years
  • PRD Committee invalidates expulsions
  • Investigation into Felix Bautista to be reopened
  • US doctors robbed in Santo Domingo
  • Drug trafficking on the rise, especially through the ports
  • Amnesty International announces charges against police
  • Paparazzo on the run in Dominican Republic
  • Vakero fights against haircut
  • Haitian consulate in Santiago closes
  • Escogido wins baseball championship
  • Carnival at Casa de Teatro
Tuesday, 22 January 2013
  • Medina plan to tackle gender violence
  • Lots of pending legislation
  • INDRHI repairs irrigation in Vallejuelo
  • Public payroll is over 400,000
  • DR received 6% more tourists in 2012
  • IDB pushes DR to prioritize farming and tourism
  • Management and Labor in new salary struggle
  • Not big news: Banks made more money
  • Police Chief promised to capture the rest of the gang
  • Santiago carnival
  • Baseball roundup
  • Juan Luis and Juanes booked for Punta Cana
Friday, 18 January 2013
  • DR1 breaks for Altagracia Day
  • President Medina to travel to Chile
  • Millions to boost border health programs
  • 27 de Febrero tunnel closed for maintenance
  • UN announces team for Loma Miranda study
  • National District to get major facelift
  • La Vega toll opening postponed again
  • World Bank reports shows 4.3% growth for DR
  • Government to push local milk production
  • DR proposes to host disaster center
  • Government distances itself from Abu Naba'a
  • Case against Wessin gets Prosecutor General's attention
  • Canadian commits suicide
  • Vakero sent to jail
  • Manny Ramirez in playoffs
Thursday, 17 January 2013
  • Sobeida to stay in jail
  • Teachers demand pay rise
  • Whale watching season opens
  • Ambulances sitting idle
  • New solar energy plant
  • Tourism conference in Bavaro
  • The Cardinal gives his opinion
  • Court hearing for Vakero delayed
  • How did 'Gilbert' die?
  • Aguilas and Leones make Winter Baseball finals
Wednesday, 16 January 2013
  • President Medina to visit Haiti
  • Sports facilities to be repaired
  • New birth certificate department
  • JCE overseas offices closed
  • Disagreement over funding of 911
  • Hatuey will not join forces with Hipolito
  • US woman murdered
  • Another singer accused of domestic violence
  • Police shoot and kill "Gilbert"
  • More telephone lines than people
  • Santo Domingo Music Festival
Tuesday, 15 January 2013
  • President calls special legislative session
  • JCE close to certifying protestant marriages
  • Rosado: Putting the DNCD under Justice is "ridiculous"
  • The "nini" phenomenon
  • Water in Santo Domingo is an issue of waste
  • PRD does it again: Expels HM and Bautista
  • AA drops JFK-STI and JFK-SDQ
  • Another "drug boat" in Ocoa Bay
  • Don't forget your umbrella
  • Baseball roundup
  • Dudamel to open Santo Domingo Music Festival
Monday, 14 January 2013
  • Medina goes east
  • Pension funds approach RD$200 billion
  • Immigration begins foreign labor legalization
  • RD$20 tax for 911 system
  • FINJUS wants DNCD inside Justice
  • PRD opens proceeding against Mejia and others
  • Electricity thief sent to prison
  • Fenatrado says chaos will result from changes
  • Priest calls for an end to movable feasts
  • Baseball Round Up
Friday, 11 January 2013
  • Immigration says Haitians must enter legally
  • EPA rules trade between Haiti and DR
  • San Francisco market to be rebuilt
  • Central Bank says year's end inflation was 3.91%
  • More literacy volunteers than expected cause delays
  • Police and political parties not trusted in DR
  • Navy officer suspect in 1,870 kg cocaine case
  • Puerto Rican kills teenager
  • Sales at the malls
  • Aguilas take lead in baseball championship
  • Pirates and Mermaids at the National Theater
Thursday, 10 January 2013
  • Border dispute resolved
  • School gardens backed by government
  • Free livestock and farm tools for rural communities
  • Felucho denies wrongdoing
  • Sobeida "fears for her life"
  • Hardly anyone pays traffic fines
  • Dominican Republic failing children
  • Illegal fishing by Dominicans continues
  • Murderer on the run
  • Major drugs haul
  • High waves expected
  • Pavel Nunez, Hector Anibal and Richard Szilman
Wednesday, 09 January 2013
  • New Year congratulations
  • Meat exports may start again
  • Central Bank warned to keep an eye on inflation
  • People smuggling case to be investigated
  • Haitians still waiting at the border
  • Caamano to be moved to National Pantheon
  • Update on the National Literacy Plan
  • UASD semester delayed as students cannot register
  • Money for Solidarity Program approved
  • Investigate Sobeida claims, says US Ambassador
  • New police vehicles
  • Pedro Guzman photo exhibition at Bellas Artes
Tuesday, 08 January 2013
  • Belt tightening seems to work: RD$10 billion surplus
  • German calls on magistrates to be fair
  • Suspension of market day costs RD$5 million
  • JCE needs money for plastic
  • Attack on illiteracy starts
  • Mejia returns to Electoral Court
  • Cholera in Higuey jail kills four
  • More complications for Sobeida?
  • Counterfeit rum?
  • Don't forget your umbrella
  • Architecture Biennial
Monday, 07 January 2013
  • President visits SFM; orders solution for Lower Yuna
  • Literacy campaign starts up today
  • Time to stop drinking
  • Today is the Day of the Judicial Branch
  • A new face for informal sales
  • Babies having babies
  • Army prevents hundreds of Haitians from entering RD
  • Sobeida Felix talked
  • Miguel Vargas denies links with Figueroa Agosto
  • Woman who killed her assailant sent to prison
  • La Vega police kill two of three armed robbers
  • Police chief defends Cacon killing
  • Tribute to Luisito Marti
  • Soberano Awards for 9 April
  • BASEBALL, baseball, baseball
Thursday, 03 January 2013
  • DR1 breaks for Three Kings Day
  • Medina and Garcia promise closer ties for DR and Puerto Rico
  • Adult literacy classes start Monday
  • Start to build 3,000 classrooms
  • Low level of high school graduates evidenced by tests
  • Venezuela to be paid in beans
  • New wastewater plant in San Pedro de Macoris
  • Call for return to values of Juan Pablo Duarte
  • Prosecutors being fired
  • Businessman released, but more problems ahead
  • Major fire in San Francisco de Macoris
  • Haitian fishermen arrested
  • Shootout between drug dealers leaves four dead
  • Neighbor describes how he saved a family
  • Check the boat before heading to sea
  • Sunny days but high surf
  • Dominican winter baseball update
Wednesday, 02 January 2013
  • President Danilo Medina to Puerto Rico
  • Year of Duarte
  • School desk design contest
  • Danilo calls for greater efforts and more solidarity
  • New carbon tax now being implemented
  • Some retailers say they will eat tax increases
  • Economists talk about 2013 in guarded terms
  • DR tourism up despite financial woes
  • Hospital to be torn down and rebuilt
  • The first baby of the New Year
  • COE reports on fatalities over the weekend
  • Santiago was relatively peaceful over the weekend
  • Armed Forces will extend patrols
  • Invivienda buries its dead
  • Cool temperatures make Jarabacoa ideal
  • Dominican Winter Baseball roundup

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