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Friday, 30 March 2007
  • Stavridis meets with Leonel
  • Fernandez could sit in wage talks
  • Fernandez on the campaign trail
  • Fernandez submits bill
  • Pie could loose citizenship
  • Imaginary border controls
  • IMF plans revision
  • Being fair re electricity penalties
  • Hospitals getting funds
  • Hubieres ends hunger strike
  • Cardinal speaks out
  • Burned workers released
  • Canadian embassy gives funds
  • Journalist found dead
  • Susan Sarandon to film in DR
Thursday, 29 March 2007
  • Fernandez inaugurates new park
  • Deputies return to work
  • IMF: energy sector doing well
  • Government suspends CNS
  • Money for the Metro
  • Juan Bosch Bridge gets maintenance
  • Pigs need government help, too
  • Southern Command chief makes visit
  • Fake cigars confiscated and burned
  • Hubieres, on hunger strike
  • Interpol captures killer
  • British announce new visa prices
  • Rains expected to stop
  • Brangelina getting married in the DR?
  • Paulina Rubio in the DR
  • De la Renta honored
  • Nieve Xue wins gold in table tennis
  • Horford receives post season honors
Wednesday, 28 March 2007
  • Government convenes CNS
  • Government buys ambulances
  • Remittances save the bacon
  • INAPA sends water to Bani
  • Joy along the border
  • Deputies take stances
  • Hot potatoes
  • Looking for gold and silver
  • Less new car sales this year
  • Rains to continue
  • Cardinal looking good
  • PUCMM students to train in Disney
  • Charitin gets her Soberano
Tuesday, 27 March 2007
  • New registration for foreign births
  • US$30 million international campaign
  • Country launches plan to fight HIV/AIDS
  • Wages impasse continues
  • OPRET and driver's unions meet
  • More privileges for power companies
  • Site for heliport found
  • Is dengue fever back?
  • Breathalyzer campaign causes confusion
  • Fernandez still the most popular
  • Rains cause death and damages
  • Government pays for chickens
  • Youth gangs promise peace
  • Chinese Dominicans have success
  • DR becomes a soccer nation?
  • Casandra awards tonight
Monday, 26 March 2007
  • Fernandez for President
  • US$81.3 million loan for dam
  • Congress has to pass guarantee'
  • Singular honor for Castanos
  • Minister favors change in curfew
  • Management position sparks debate
  • Consumer confidence down
  • Cigar exports are up
  • New bill to boost sector
  • He got caught, tried and convicted
  • Nice try!
  • Cid Wilson turns to politics
  • Police have two killers
  • Coke on the beach
  • Rains forecast to continue
Friday, 23 March 2007
  • LF discusses business
  • Business organizations support President's Plan
  • Using pension funds is not unusual
  • Segura challenges business sector for solution
  • Wind power park conflict ends
  • Alburquerque to mediate wage impasse
  • JCE creates 41 electoral colleges
  • Government surprises public; pays compensation
  • Amarante considers AI report one-sided
  • Hertell receives Order of Merit
  • Developments in EU agreement are positive
  • Pension thieves are on the run
  • Ex-judge questioned
  • More surgery for bus bombing victim
  • Unionists to wait before appealing
  • Tragedy in San Francisco
  • Omega gets deported
  • Strange but true maternity mishap
  • Santiago reigns with beauty
Thursday, 22 March 2007
  • Turning the DR into an exporter nation
  • Investors trust the DR
  • Almeyda asks for help
  • No wages deal in sight
  • Macarrulla calls for privatization
  • AES International deposits funds
  • Samana project suspended
  • AI calls discrimination "deeply rooted"
  • France's responsibility in Haiti
  • Mother turns activist
  • US Embassy moving?
  • Getting ready for Easter Week
  • Colonial Zone getting a makeover
Wednesday, 21 March 2007
  • Two new free zones created
  • Singular honor for Castanos
  • Congress has to pass guarantee
  • TCW explains its lawsuit
  • Iglesias says growth is not enough
  • Wage talks to continue
  • Union leaders get bail, vow to fight on
  • Debates open on migration policies
  • Police have two killers
  • Minister favors change in curfew
  • Women in photography
Tuesday, 20 March 2007
  • Competitiveness Plan launching
  • US big chains coming to DR
  • Haiti and DR sign telecom agreement
  • DR fights terrorism
  • Judge sentences transport leaders
  • Geologist calls for metro works halt
  • Segura says lawsuit has no foundation
  • Calling for a strike
  • DR could lose banana export market
  • Tampa Energy will invest
  • March Madness continues
  • Havana Nights in DR
Monday, 19 March 2007
  • Fernandez blames US for drug increase
  • Chilean support for DR innovation
  • JCE suggests changes
  • Sugar making headlines
  • Fuel up 7 weeks in a row
  • Sustainable development for Miches
  • Merchants say sales are down
  • Smith Enron has new name and owners
  • DR sued for US$680 million
  • Calvo cites "big mistakes"
  • Police question transport leaders
  • No transport strike for now
  • Police capture four assailants
  • Yet another bishop
  • "Tornado" hits parts of Santiago
Friday, 16 March 2007
  • Fernandez and Preval
  • Drug summit today
  • Castanos considers leaks a problem
  • Santiago historical buildings get facelift
  • US company building low-cost housing
  • Competitiveness improves; still not good enough
  • Exports estimate high
  • Unions meet on the down low
  • Study reveals alarming statistics
  • Babies being registered
  • Chaos in obtaining good conduct document
  • Tourism rates decrease
  • Subero taken to Miami
  • Sosa and Sosa
Thursday, 15 March 2007
  • Fernandez prohibits cancellations
  • Heads of state come for Drugs Summit
  • Judge Fernandez on SOMO investigations
  • JCE and Public Health inaugurate civil registry
  • DR presents projects; looks for investments
  • Inflation for February 0.31%
  • Dominicans polled on work
  • Police apprehend bomb throwers
  • 911 in the DR
  • American doctors help children
  • Breathalyzers not reliable
  • Construction on bi-national market begins
  • Subero robbed by man he knew
Wednesday, 14 March 2007
  • Fernandez and Preval meet for drug summit
  • Re-election stirs more debate
  • Senate overrides veto
  • Wage talks stall a bit
  • Pluri-employment is the way to go
  • AG to investigate firebomb attack
  • Centennial sold to Trilogy
  • Marchanta Plaza opens in Santiago
  • Ferries del Caribe reject new port
  • Car insurance up 30%
  • Thief lynched in Bonao
Tuesday, 13 March 2007
  • DR prepares for drug summit
  • Montas in Mexico
  • Hispanic Chamber of Commerce visit
  • DR-CAFTA workshop
  • EU gives more funds
  • Transport deficiencies affect exports
  • Italian hotelier murdered
  • Bus stoppage causes chaos
  • Beer companies dispute Almeyda
  • Paraiso de Dios to be cleaned
  • Plan Renove back in court
  • Five reasons to watch March Madness
  • Luis Castillo hosts clinic
Monday, 12 March 2007
  • Exporting education
  • A green airport for SPM
  • Small business drowning under new taxes
  • Nunez C. pushes for talks, not strikes
  • Authorities can't control cable theft
  • Unions threaten a 35% cargo hike
  • Drivers begin actions today
  • Breathalyzers, much ado about nothing?
  • Bishop links army to Haitian immigration
  • Whales are really a sight
Friday, 09 March 2007
  • Leonel to make candidacy official
  • Customs to speed up process
  • Industrialists' proposal sparks debate
  • Breathalyzers hit the streets
  • DEA head in the DR
  • Creating efficiency at the JCE
  • Blacksmith back in the DR
  • Bus and taxi unions to meet OPRET
  • Brugal exports big
  • German wind power
  • Youths receive tourism scholarships
  • Hiding the truth?
  • Government will eliminate "fichas"
  • Celebrating a patriot
  • Forbes Top 10 pitchers list
Thursday, 08 March 2007
  • Leonel Fernandez in PR
  • Voters increase for 2008 election
  • Valentin and others fire back
  • Haiti and DR announce agreement
  • Communication continues increase
  • Will there be a sugar quota?
  • Diandino asks for patience
  • First Industrial Congress
  • DR opens fair in Panama
  • Voters increase for 2008 election
  • Breathalyzers will be used today
  • La Vega will remain La Vega
  • International Women's Day
  • Juan Luis #1
  • Israel Baseball League contracts Dominicans
Wednesday, 07 March 2007
  • Closer ties with Saudi Arabia
  • Coal-fired generators, redux
  • For deputies, "Food comes first"
  • No sugar for the European Union
  • Rules of origin give boost to DR
  • Capellan on industry issues
  • Attorney General to cleanse files
  • Strikes in Bonao, Salcedo and Santiago
  • Chief sends 100 patrols to the streets
  • US State Department on human rights
  • John XXIII Center is a model
Tuesday, 06 March 2007
  • Fernandez at building site
  • Time for Arabian investments
  • Energy distributors increase collection
  • JCE in Puerto Rico
  • CEI-RD forecasts increased exports
  • Businesses ready for CAFTA
  • Hipolito and Danilo comment on FTA
  • Importers wait 45 days for DR-CAFTA
  • DR finally ready for San Jose Pact?
  • Sugar production slows
  • Darys Estrella to Bolsa de Valores
  • Rockash funds will be used for clean up
  • Vicente Fox visits DR
  • Hubieres: "anything can happen"
  • Naming the "jevitos"
  • Rains expected
  • Sosa, Horford and Mejia get honors
Monday, 05 March 2007
  • President Fernandez to Guyana
  • Bear & Stearns positive on DR
  • Redesigned 'cedula' will stall forgers
  • JCE to get out the documents
  • Rock ash settlement
  • Martinez Moya on DR-CAFTA
  • Health workers return to jobs
  • Fewer drug arrests in 2006
  • Are you on file?
  • Two tourists hurt diving with whales
  • Grand Finale for 2007 Carnival
Friday, 02 March 2007
  • Fernandez: DR-CAFTA historic opportunity
  • Buy from the USA
  • DR-CAFTA to help end cargo monopoly
  • DR to get European sugar quota
  • Eradicating child labor
  • DR and Haitian ministers to meet
  • Agreement against terrorism
  • Selman appointed New York consul
  • Methane gas to generate power
  • Prosecutor gets identity stolen
  • JCE centralizes civil registry
  • Corporate America, Census box priorities
  • Family business succession conference
  • Santiago gets Serie del Caribe 2008
  • Carnival at the Malecon
Thursday, 01 March 2007
  • Bush clears FTA with DR
  • AES and DR government settle
  • LF to Guyana
  • A few cabinet changes
  • CEI-RD projects increased investment
  • Electric highway
  • Scholarship students receive debit cards
  • Medicine cheaper beginning today
  • Metro won't be ready
  • JCE seeks to dismantle mafia
  • Salary committee meets today
  • Auxiliary police receives criticisms
  • Don't drink and drive
  • Emissions affect tourism
  • Brazil will cover PanAm costs
Wednesday, 28 February 2007
  • President Fernandez speech
  • A.M. on the Speech
  • Free zone closures affect all
  • Investors meet with Fernandez
  • Pay incentives OKayed by JCE
  • Publico drivers recover part of subsidy
  • Don't drink and drive
  • Regulating police promotions
  • 12,700 promotions
  • President creates the Police Auxiliary
  • Massive roundups in Herrera
  • New tax makes weddings expensive
Monday, 26 February 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Independence Day
  • President state of the nation speech
  • Now Rosario notices losses at JCE
  • Fuel prices up for four straight weeks
  • Two new deals needed for DR-CAFTA
  • New wharf for Puerto Plata?
  • Labor unions will not attend meeting
  • Divided opinions over planes
  • Nunez de Caceres park is finished
  • Four thousand jobs in education
  • More gold
  • Haiti is a captive market
  • Basic foods up 10.8%
  • DR looks to sell more sugar to Europe
  • Santo Domingo Music Festival
Friday, 23 February 2007
  • President Fernandez's meets Slim
  • Fernandez leads flag celebration
  • DR-CAFTA coming soon
  • No decision regarding wage increase
  • JCE postpones incentive decision
  • Road work
  • Exporters might be exempt from tax
  • Van Der Horst on tourism
  • Wind park doesn't have permission
  • DR to become a AA hub?
  • A break in the Vimenca robbery case
  • Mazarrasa speaks
  • Costa Rica will help DR with energy
  • Leakages
  • And the winners are...
  • Naif paintings at the CCE
Thursday, 22 February 2007
  • Fernandez to delay Constitution bill
  • FTA with Canada on the table
  • Chevron and carriers resolve problem
  • Small business creates jobs
  • US helps DR control airspace
  • Cuban engineers help look for oil
  • Plutonium may be detoured
  • Playing cat and mouse
  • PR could tax remittances to DR
  • La Cabra finally caught
  • Police fire 650
  • Runaway children tell their story
  • Children will receive treatment
  • Dominican Pop Art
Wednesday, 21 February 2007
  • The incentives still divide the JCE
  • Traffic woes in Santo Domingo
  • Cespedes gets literature prize
  • Victor Capellan to lead DANR
  • Ocean World side to controversy
  • Transparency costs more
  • Free zones ask for emergency measures
  • Four removed from PEME trial
  • Five runaways found in Higuey
  • Steals car and goes to work in it
  • What the country doesn't know
  • Carnival supplement
  • Master of the Ocean 2007
Tuesday, 20 February 2007
  • High consumption sustains DR economy
  • Unemployment down
  • Castanos will not take incentives
  • "We've fulfilled the requirements"
  • Still no agreement on salary increase
  • Rum sales down in January
  • More money for city halls
  • No money for Bani aqueduct
  • Ministry to answer Spanish ambassador
  • Taiwan lawnmowers for baseball
  • Sexual stimulants still unregulated
  • Cold breeze blows through DR
  • Finalist for Woman/Man of the Year
  • Clara Elena Ramirez passes away
Monday, 19 February 2007
  • Telecoms companies to spend RD$2 billion
  • The bridge that started out cheap
  • 24/7 power for some
  • World Bank funds still stuck
  • Recapitalization calls for more bonds
  • United Nations likes re-privatization
  • JCE to pay taxes
  • A plan to rescue industries
  • Business owners offer a 5% increase
  • Ambassador's comments get heat
  • Mortgage fair sells RD$3.35 billion
  • Trump's Cap Cana
  • Fanjul Group in takeover move
  • Local tomato production at risk
  • Bani is thirsty
Friday, 16 February 2007
  • Sharma's visit: "historic"
  • Shopping for airplanes?
  • IMF on the DR
  • Ministry of Health to fortify foods
  • Protecting the ecosystem
  • Dominicans in Cuba
  • Dominicans in Dutch communities
  • Sirchal revitalization workshop
  • Pared Perez asks for the truth
  • The tallest building
  • JCE charges 50
  • Rockash case update
  • Dominican prostitution ring dismantled
  • Haitians gang members arrested in DR
  • Drug shipments busted
Thursday, 15 February 2007
  • Fernandez in Puerto Rico
  • IMF agrees on letter of intent
  • More taxes for tourism areas
  • Air Dominicana in 2008?
  • Indian investors interested in DR
  • Indotel opens new center
  • Constitutional reform in trouble?
  • PRD not convinced
  • JCE to decide on incentive
  • Parties receive money
  • Sewage system vs. metro
  • Drug tests for judges and prosecutors
  • Drinking less beer
  • German nationals arrested
  • Storms in NY affect flights in DR
  • Big Papi big on charity
Wednesday, 14 February 2007
  • Tackling propane shortages
  • NGO swapped for incentives
  • The best of all possible worlds
  • Manning on FTA
  • 90% of farm workers are Haitian
  • Major traffic tie-ups near UASD
  • Pared wants SCJ to get tougher
  • Attorney General blames gangs
  • Two officers killed
  • Drugs Council says judges are afraid
  • Resources for love
Tuesday, 13 February 2007
  • IMF to review Stand-by agreement
  • Promese to reduce medicine costs
  • Indian Foreign Minister in DR
  • Agreement with U of Barcelona
  • "We've done our job!"
  • PRSC meets with Leonel
  • Estrella looks to be favorite
  • Aristy Castro gets his visa back
  • Dominican peso devalued 12%
  • Las Terrenas wants to close late
  • Conatra drivers on drugs
  • Spain wants license change
  • Dominican children overweight
  • American Football in the DR
  • Ballet from around the world
Monday, 12 February 2007
  • Moratinos in DR
  • Consumer Price Index lower
  • Metro got more than most
  • Government to spend in Dajabon
  • Aura Celeste once more
  • Aura Celeste led it off
  • Chamber of Accounts: Judge and side
  • Government will audit officials
  • Corruption officer frustrated
  • TCW should sue AES
  • High interest does not halt plastic
  • Self-employed earn more
  • Huge Sancocho
  • Minister disputes Attorney General
  • Athletes of the Year
  • DR to 2nd round David Cup
Friday, 09 February 2007
  • Leonel to discuss Constitution with parties
  • DR and Central America sign agreement
  • SESPAS will fight malnutrition
  • Government changes urged
  • Excess regulation
  • Pediatric Unit for Cedimat
  • SDSS says city halls also owe
  • TCW case update
  • JCE prepares for 2008 election
  • PLD approves candidates
  • Clinics closed due to abortions
  • Help for Puerto Plata to fight drugs
  • Pujols becomes a US citizen
  • Dominican tennis
  • Arabian Nights
Thursday, 08 February 2007
  • El Catey airport inaugurated
  • The Biometric Initiative signed
  • Talks with Trust Capital of the West
  • Government owes Social Security
  • Customs to adapt to DR-CAFTA
  • Transport unions make first offer
  • Metro affects business
  • Increase in hunger worries UN
  • The new Vicini Group
  • PLD still thrives on patronage
  • Caribbean Series
  • Independence Cycling Tour
Wednesday, 07 February 2007
  • Bidding will save RD$750 million
  • CDEEE studies lawsuit
  • Ministry of Environment closes tannery
  • Drastic reduction in GLP subsidy
  • Department of Taxes reports large increase
  • Government wants limits increased
  • OGM data bank
  • Forum looks at ideological stalemate
  • China is not the problem
  • A drug bust with implications
  • Police talk to barrio leaders
  • DR wins Caribbean Series
Tuesday, 06 February 2007
  • Leonel and Hipolito meet
  • DR ratifies disabilities agreement
  • Dominican doctors at work
  • Creating jobs
  • JCE inquires if incentive is illegal
  • NY JCE rep defends himself
  • AES ash case update
  • AES Dominicana sues government
  • DR-CAFTA in limbo
  • US cuts all military aid to DR
  • DNCD head receives death threats
  • Charges against Customs head
  • Vigilantism "not the solution"
  • Armed Forces on pensions issue
  • Is she or isn't she Sonia Pierre?
  • Political poll
  • DR leads in Caribbean Series
Monday, 05 February 2007
  • Public hearings on reform are over
  • Saudi investments imminent?
  • Getting to know the breathalyzers
  • Grant Thornton on the DR
  • The Millennium Challenge Account
  • Official confirms "diverted" checks
  • DNI uncovers JCE complicity
  • JCE salaries go down
  • Corruption cases fail in court
  • Supreme Court on Plan Renove
  • US DEA looks at Haitian frontier
  • The dangerous profession of journalism
  • Self-defense brigades in barrios
  • Several hurt in Jimani
  • Puerto Plata hotel pioneer passes away
  • DR leads in Caribbean Series
Friday, 02 February 2007
  • Aura Celeste and JCE policies
  • DR takes on Grupo Rio presidency
  • JCE close cedula center
  • Clarifying the breathalyzer controversy
  • UNICEF offers help in registering kids
  • Expatriates want citizenship to be automatic
  • Danilo fights for his people
  • Cheap labor now creating a problem
  • 200 caught and brought back to the DR
  • Fraud at the Armed Forces
  • Please say no to dolphins
  • Roberto wants heliport
  • Caribbean Series gets underway
  • Jazz, soul and blues
Thursday, 01 February 2007
  • Spotlight on Aura Celeste
  • No consensus for Electricity Law changes
  • 100 public works projects to be finished
  • Salary Committee meets today
  • Delays in diplomatic wages
  • Warning AMET about breathalyzers
  • Unions want debt cancellation
  • Villa Juana to get 24-hour power
  • DR becomes BCIE member
  • Quirino money handed over
  • US proposes increase in costs
  • DJ Tiesto at the kartodromo
  • Sanky Panky in theaters today
  • Juan Luis premieres new video
  • Baseball update
Wednesday, 31 January 2007
  • Giant push for agriculture
  • New Presidential Guard
  • Give twelve, pay for two
  • Breathalyzers go on trial
  • Wedding fees are blow to tourism
  • Over a million fake IDs
  • Church asks for definition
  • Children will not be tried as adults
  • Cardinal doing fine
  • New call for an end to violence
  • Diversifying in free zones
  • Texaco-Chevron insists on transport
  • Goodbye Verizon, Codetel is back
  • Connecticut baseball drive
Tuesday, 30 January 2007
  • Fixed fees at civil registry offices
  • Cedulas for a million Haitians
  • Negotiator against trade monopoly
  • Tax collections up
  • High taxes on fuel
  • Breathalyzers arrive today
  • Illegal beans
  • Aristy voted to LMD
  • Miguel Vargas wins PRD candidacy
  • Estrella: transparency re the metro
  • Time runs out in Goico case
  • Cardinal doing fine
  • Ex-Brazilian President in DR
  • Marcos Diaz impresses in Argentina
  • It's official; Sammy a Ranger
  • Baseball update
Friday, 26 January 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Duarte Day holiday
  • Juan Pablo Duarte's birthday
  • Strike canceled; unions to negotiate
  • IDB provides funds
  • Cid Wilson to PepsiCo board
  • DR could lose credit
  • No new FTA's
  • Aristy can't lose this one
  • Things get dirty as convention nears
  • George is curious about his jewels
  • Pensions accused haven't paid bond
  • Departments cooperate in war against drugs
  • Carnival in La Vega
  • Baseball
Thursday, 25 January 2007
  • 6% growth forecast for 2007
  • Vanderhorst: Young Global Leader
  • DR-CAFTA playing the waiting game
  • Caricom agreement will be reviewed
  • EU funds national budget
  • UASD increased registration
  • Transport unions meet for solution
  • Error upon error
  • Choosing the presidential candidates
  • USAID celebrates 45th anniversary in DR
  • Clinton foundation signs agreements
  • Buyer of Vanessa's phone now free
  • DNCD keeps working
  • The academies go recruiting
  • Baseball
Wednesday, 24 January 2007
  • Treasury & Economy ministries
  • Military ready for transport strike
  • Government agencies call for a halt to strike
  • Motorcycle tags in April
  • Tax revenue up by RD$28.3 billion
  • DR now a part of BCIE
  • Most Wanted
  • Supreme Courts looks at troops in court
  • Court orders trial for Vanessa's killers
  • A call for renewed USAID programs
  • Marranzini calls for a consensus
  • Attacks on Law 28-01 stymie investors
  • DNCD warns of child drug use
  • Baseball finals
Tuesday, 23 January 2007
  • Education and health get money
  • Dominican ship prohibition lifted
  • Que se dice
  • Hotels to get rating
  • Underground for Santiago?
  • Microsoft DR donates US$1.9 million
  • MVP and Ortiz big spenders; JCE wants reform
  • Transportation strike warm up
  • Fake trip to Spain; 270 get conned
  • Haitians repatriated
  • Cardinal to go home
  • Dominicans and Alzheimer's disease
  • Baseball
Monday, 22 January 2007
  • Forum suggests new Ten-Year Plan
  • Agricultural production up in 2006
  • Talk about nepotism!
  • Free trade with Taiwan has to be flexible
  • Bishop of Higuey speaks out
  • Lower oil prices have little effect
  • Cardinal and Freddy on the mend
  • Kidnappers caught quickly
  • Lucky escape
  • Propane supply back to normal
  • Bear Stearns sees low inflation in DR
  • Baseball
Friday, 19 January 2007
  • LF inaugurates public works in SPM
  • Pension funds make 11.5%
  • Quicker Customs clearance
  • Wage increase talks
  • Monitoring pollution
  • JCE begins clean up
  • Government to keep GLP subsidy
  • Metro accountability
  • DR to open US trade offices
  • Government officers campaign for Leonel
  • PRD supporting Aristy
  • Boca Chica trash scandal
  • DR to host drug summit
  • Cardinal recovering well
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 18 January 2007
  • JCE in shambles
  • Taxes for political jobs
  • The DR will head Rio Group
  • DR-CAFTA around the corner
  • USAID to give more money
  • Conep's new leader gives speech
  • AEIH on trade with Caricom
  • EdeEste wants end to vicious cycle
  • Cardinal's surgery a success
  • Reduced use of birth control
  • Pensions thieves in jail
  • Baseball looking to remove barriers
  • Sammy's back... sort of
  • Barry Bonds in the DR
  • Licey to the finals
Wednesday, 17 January 2007
  • President lauds students and teachers
  • SEA to sell poultry cheap, cheap
  • Forests grew by 5%
  • Cocco demands attention
  • JCE cries foul!
  • Superpowers to Power Superintendent
  • Ecuador offers energy help
  • "Scrap" exports push mining
  • The academies go recruiting
  • Important discovery in Bayahibe
  • Cardinal under the knife
  • 20 years for smuggling deaths
  • Teen drinking brought to light
  • Carnival news from Santiago
  • Baseball
Tuesday, 16 January 2007
  • Diandino promises Metro surprise
  • Stand-by agreement postponed again
  • Tax-free wage limit raised
  • CDEEE renegotiates Madrid Accord
  • HOMS vies for health tourism
  • Show your license plate
  • South Korean legislators visit
  • Libro de Extranjeria
  • DGA submits cases
  • French rapist arrested
  • Baseball heats up
Monday, 15 January 2007
  • Electoral Board to reduce size
  • Metro ups and downs
  • Lights won't go up in 2007
  • Authorized bill numbers
  • Urging end to trucking monopoly
  • Lost jobs in free zones
  • Business wants more credit
  • Exorbitant government wages
  • Lack of interest in national problems
  • Too early start at sex
  • Freddy recovering
  • Nintendo saves the birds
  • Rain, rain, go away
  • USCG rescues 23
  • Visa to Spain now more costly
  • A smile for thousands
  • Cardinal hospitalized
  • Concert in Higuey
  • Miguel Tejada to join Aguilas
  • Here is the baseball
Friday, 12 January 2007
  • Leonel returns from Nicaragua
  • Exports increased
  • Dominicana in London
  • Farming gets a break
  • Breathalyzers
  • Santiago getting railway?
  • RD$12 million for primaries
  • Threatening to strike
  • The DR leads in lead
  • Abortion at San Lorenzo maternity
  • Children used for drug trafficking
  • S&L process finished
  • Serial rapist caught
  • Wisin & Yandel at Chavon
  • Mets could build their own academy
  • Baseball update
Thursday, 11 January 2007
  • Leonel attends Nicaragua inaugural
  • Energy law approved
  • Resolving birth certificate problem
  • UASD goes digital
  • Fast pace for Metro construction
  • Speeding up budget approvals
  • Government aids Central Bank
  • DR-CAFTA news
  • Flyash case going to trial
  • Big increase for freight
  • Government aids Central Bank
  • Maternity ward reports abortion numbers
  • Tremor shakes up DR
  • 108 repatriated from US
  • Police catches kidnappers
  • Lovewrecked on ABC
  • Gigantes still in the lead
Wednesday, 10 January 2007
  • Constitution proposal and Congress
  • Navy gets more swiftboats
  • Parking meters work well in Santiago
  • Education will not change texts so often
  • Public debt rises to US$13 billion
  • Vega warns on Metro funding
  • Trucking natural gas vs. pipeline
  • Yet another CAFTA stumbling block
  • Supreme Court sets paternity standards
  • A special cell phone court
  • Wheat shortage fears
  • Deadly results
  • Nine named in Pensions case
  • Contraband had a common owner
  • Fernandez chooses Miguel Vargas?
  • Baseball results
Tuesday, 09 January 2007
  • President to visit Nicaragua
  • President discusses economy
  • Constitutional reform debate all set
  • Getting documentation
  • Rockash case to be heard
  • FTZ new companies
  • Harmonizing legislation to international rules
  • Verizon charges less
  • CDEEE house in Jarabacoa
  • Conatra and Fenatrano join forces
  • Gas price increase
  • PUCMM and Sorbonne sign agreement
  • Jorge Blanco leaves hospital
  • Back to school
  • Minors caught with drugs
  • Baseball update
Monday, 08 January 2007
  • Austerity didn't reach Congress
  • Subero Isa calls for changes
  • Hospital charges to be removed
  • Not enough AMET officers
  • Study for Santiago tramway
  • Former President recovering
  • Going bananas
  • Wedding tourism on the rise
  • Metro CC bond issue
  • Customs officials under arrest
  • Vanessa Foundation helps 33
  • Pope calls in Dominican bishops
  • Too many chickens?
  • AgroFair for February
  • Baseball
Friday, 05 January 2007
  • Budget goes through Senate
  • Fernandez in Nicaragua
  • Malecon beautification
  • Fighting HIV/AIDS
  • JCE approves rules for primaries
  • DR-CAFTA office
  • Phasing in fuel price increases
  • The money for the metro
  • Dario Contreras to be remodeled
  • Spanish Attorney General visits DR
  • New diplomats
  • Bush choice for ambassador
  • Landing in Guatemala
  • Illegal Haitians detained
  • Jewelry thieves go to jail
  • Dogs for DNCD
  • Juan Luis and Oscar in People
  • Baseball roundup
Thursday, 04 January 2007
  • Leonel on budget concerns
  • Still no consensus on 07 budget
  • Debt increases because of Metro
  • Fernandez postpones trip
  • Things are peachy for Medina
  • Fiscal reform reformed
  • Spain donates buses
  • Consuls have to go
  • Beer and other costs soar
  • Tasty chickens
  • New Year's baby
  • Drive through venues still open
  • Customs makes bust
  • Accused to be extradited
  • Martinez Pozo proof
  • Panamanian sailors abandoned
  • Visas to be easier?
  • Baseball round robin
Wednesday, 03 January 2007
  • President greets more than 1,000
  • Lotsa money for the Metro
  • Pensions for good friends
  • Committee suggests budget changes
  • Government budget priorities
  • Budget priorities vs. development
  • Cogentrix to natural gas
  • Benign drug bail revoked
  • Politicocracy
  • Electoral board gets tough
  • New car taxes go into effect in August
  • Self-generation costs billions
  • New Year's toll
  • Hospitals filled up
  • *788 Police hotline
  • Police to seize weapons
  • Baseball Round Robin
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