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Friday, 28 September 2007
  • Fernandez at UN
  • Milk prices skyrocket
  • DR formalizes relationships
  • Chile interested in DR
  • Border proves challenge for trade
  • CNSS justifies exclusion
  • Government threatens ARS
  • Church vs. aggregate extractors
  • Presidential loan scandal hots up
  • Police explain death
  • ADN wants debt paid; Bengoa says no
  • Discovering through education
Thursday, 27 September 2007
  • DR has place on ICAO
  • DR promotes ties with Ethiopia
  • Government breaks the law
  • Mortgages down to 11.9%
  • Six million could vote
  • Transparency International ranks DR
  • Anti-Corruption March
  • DNCD takes on challenge
  • AIDS patients excluded from SFS
  • Another public transport tragedy
  • Fire at Meteoro
  • Alternative Social Forum warms up
  • Convicted rapist denied entry
  • Women dominate tourism sector
  • Dominican music to Korea
Wednesday, 26 September 2007
  • Fernandez lobbies for UN seat
  • DR improves on business ranking
  • A bill to limit "extras"
  • Worries over who holds the CDs
  • CONEP and the SFS
  • Oil prices worry IPPs
  • Election math
  • Forty-four years ago yesterday
  • Hearing on new US ambassador
  • NASA astronaut visits UASD
  • Teen tech thieves to Najayo
  • EXPO Cibao 2007 opens today
Tuesday, 25 September 2007
  • Drinking time to 1am?
  • City to rescue mistreated horses
  • Ministers agree on disaster fund
  • DR presents credentials in Thailand
  • The Pilgrim gets it done
  • Ten "jeepetas" for the JCE
  • Baseball and the pope
  • Eduardo Estrella to be candidate
  • Transfer those vehicles
  • Pornography center in Palmar de Ocoa
  • Official gets house arrest
  • UASD students recovering
  • Convicted rapist denied entrance
  • Fake lawyers conning investors
  • Puerto Plata Festival program
Friday, 21 September 2007
  • DR1 breaks for long weekend
  • DR-CAFTA Summit
  • DR ready for agreement
  • Foreign Ministry lowers taxes
  • NY MTA could help SD Metro
  • Expatriates urged to propel development
  • Tax threatens cigar jobs
  • Dominican products benefit with DR-CAFTA
  • Mining continues to grow
  • Church urges Fernandez to speak
  • Drug busts
  • Names in AILA case released
  • UASD student still in coma
  • Dominicans make strides in NY
Thursday, 20 September 2007
  • Fernandez in NY
  • Fernandez and constitutional reform
  • Temporary workers get insurance
  • Government signs for US$130M
  • Coal plants would kill banana exports
  • Studying renewable energies
  • Trade with Russia on the rise
  • Sup-prime a la Dominicana?
  • CESFRONT to the border
  • Traffickers winning the drug war
  • Things get dicey at AILA
  • Drivers could cause gas shortages
  • Hotel Montana and politics
  • Selimans leave PRSC
  • Reckless driving injures two
Wednesday, 19 September 2007
  • Fight for cigar and textile sectors
  • A future for both Haiti & the DR
  • The IMF and Minister Montas
  • You can eat bread
  • WB helps civil registration
  • Matos asks for intervention
  • Industrialists question 10% tax
  • A.M. Speaking of regulations
  • More dead fish in Sanchez
  • Seven get to see Najayo
  • Long time land sales approved
  • Police and OTTT work together
  • Money mule sent to Najayo
  • PhotoImagen 2007
Tuesday, 18 September 2007
  • Fernandez in Miami
  • US neglect behind increase in drugs
  • Pharmacies want to eliminate Rx
  • The man of the cross is at it again
  • The other campaign
  • Documenting the undocumented
  • Haitian births in DR high
  • Fallen soldier gets citizenship
  • Geraldo de los Santos promotion
  • Kidnapped lady rescued
  • Customs finds money
  • The Louvre in SD
Monday, 17 September 2007
  • Fernandez in the States
  • More troops to the border
  • Central Bank places CDs
  • Fewer Dominicans returning
  • Ritz Carlton Cap Cana
  • Car imports up 30%
  • Fuel prices force changes
  • Bread sales down by 30%
  • Sugar harvest down
  • Plan Sierra makes forest grow
  • Ripples from Canadian drug bust
  • Esso robber caught at AILA
  • Supreme Court jails judge
  • Fake travel agents get 20 years
  • Shake off indifference
Friday, 14 September 2007
  • Supplementary budget passed
  • Debt still too high
  • 300 Mercedes Benz buses
  • Vehicle stickers on sale again
  • Hotel Montana leased
  • Businessmen demand law fulfillment
  • DOWS panel on mortgages
  • Dominicans in Puerto Rico
  • UNICEF: Infant mortality down
  • Alburquerque made RD$2 million
  • Soto Jimenez airs dirty laundry
  • Drug officials are threatened
  • Radio interceptions at the Police
  • Run a red light; spend 3 nights in jail
Thursday, 13 September 2007
  • Fernandez makes pitching debut
  • Clinics want out of SFS
  • Available health plans
  • ONAP regulating salaries
  • Not working; no problem
  • Supreme Court environment rhetoric
  • Campaign reform approved
  • Aura Celeste calls out the JCE
  • Heliport in front of Metaldom?
  • El Salvador Vice President visits
  • Diversifying free zones
  • Canadian drug cartel bust
  • Dolphy gets justice
  • Correction of Chayanne date
Wednesday, 12 September 2007
  • Subero proposes changes to judiciary
  • Puig warns of protected area breakup
  • He lost count of his salary
  • Millions for Central Bank concert
  • ARS are not essential
  • Senate gets a move on
  • JCE internal differences
  • Scotiabank gets bigger in DR
  • Mejia says Soto "sold out"
  • Pornography site principals deported
  • Duarte Hwy shut down again
  • Chayanne for Christmas
Tuesday, 11 September 2007
  • Fernandez and Soto Jimenez
  • Alliance to keep milk prices down
  • School breakfast program begins
  • Court rules on school for all
  • Venezuelan doctors to operate
  • Call for revoking freight increase
  • Lower those airport charges
  • Inflation in August was -0.6%
  • Many perks at the Central Bank
  • US new radar
  • Felucho's project gets fined
  • German to jail
  • Ramon Baez defense closes today
  • Gasoline station robbery
  • Santo Domingo Festival
Monday, 10 September 2007
  • IMF commends economic performance
  • Toll plaza to prevent accidents
  • Max Puig resigns cabinet post
  • Sand and gravel worries
  • Save Quita Espuela
  • Long lines at airports
  • Cargo increase onerous
  • Call for electricity cost cuts
  • Homs fast-tracked for electricity
  • Bishops slam high salaries
  • RD$152 million for the Church
  • Nobody agrees on JCE regs
  • Women's health is state issue
  • Careful about plastic clones
  • Police change tactics
  • DR wins in children's baseball
Friday, 07 September 2007
  • Leonel promises help
  • US is big winner of DR-CAFTA
  • Business wants say in electricity ruling
  • Bengoa denies increase in spending
  • Refunds begin Monday
  • AILA getting radar
  • It pays to give advice
  • Let's party
  • US donates boats
  • JMMB in the DR
  • Defendants blame Mejia
  • Reckless driver goes to Najayo
Thursday, 06 September 2007
  • Fernandez struggling?
  • Sticker reduction cleared
  • JCE approves reductions
  • Fiscal reform wasn't necessary
  • Pablo Amaury Espinal at DICOEX
  • Taiwan donates money
  • Bear Stearns: DR marketperform
  • AmCham on El Salvador VP visit
  • Remittances a big part of GDP
  • Controversial Bayahibe port contract
  • Human Rights want investigation
  • Mattel recall affects DR
  • Drug officials face challenges
  • Reckless driver gives himself up
  • Carrying sacks to running marathons
  • Win in Pan Am master swimming
Wednesday, 05 September 2007
  • Fernandez for President
  • JCE wants to halt early moves
  • IMF sees improvement
  • S&P ups DR ratings
  • Minister on SFS glitches
  • US$35 million from USAID
  • Educational gap = social gap
  • AES launches a new bond issue
  • Ines on transportation
  • Metal exports double
  • Solidarity with Haiti
  • Baninter defense closing arguments
  • Police haul in hundreds
  • Soldiers held in Moca shootings
  • US Coast Guard picks up 31
Tuesday, 04 September 2007
  • Fernandez in NYC
  • Vietnam and the DR
  • Pharmacies settle with SFS
  • SD Metro usurps funds
  • Plate tax reduction approved
  • Women dominate the classrooms
  • Fitch Ratings: Positive Outlook
  • Exports to Haiti decrease
  • Jorge Mera goes to OAS
  • A daring political strategy
  • Lawyers: billions in compensation
  • Crime down
  • Tragic bus accident
  • Pedro wins; gets 3,000 K
Monday, 03 September 2007
  • Start up woes for SFS
  • President's daughter recovers
  • US Navy trains counterparts
  • A balance of payments alert
  • DR-CAFTA treatment to Europe imports
  • Trade with Central America
  • Center studies Dominican courts
  • Thousands of new businesses
  • Light beer catches on
  • An aging population
  • Parties reject any coup
  • 1,386 betting parlors move RD$6 billion
  • Chinese toothpaste in motels
  • Sadistic couple get 30 years
  • Today marks 77th Anniversary of San Zenon
  • Dominican is World Sunfish Champ
  • Agatha Ruiz at Dominicana Moda
Friday, 31 August 2007
  • Government revenues up in July
  • Morales Troncoso in Vietnam
  • Malecon section closed
  • Bringing back Quisqueya Verde
  • Felucho says he is an open book
  • President's daughter in ICU
  • Too much for three parties
  • Who do Dominicans vote for?
  • Windpower for Samana
  • Haiti trade at US$160 million
  • State lawyers re Baninter closing
  • US increases penalties
  • Sonia doesn't agree with Fritz
  • Orchids as old as dinosaurs
Thursday, 30 August 2007
  • Working together for better education
  • Wiki hits the DR
  • The education priorities
  • Fernandez spends big on propaganda
  • Transparency in government
  • Cineas on Haitian migration
  • DR-born Haitians are Haitians
  • Illegal boat trips down
  • Lower taxes for tourism industry
  • 20 years for Baninter
  • 10 Grammy nods for Dominicans
Wednesday, 29 August 2007
  • Tech centers opened in VA and Santiago
  • Private sector and education
  • Dominican textiles most hurt
  • SFS is OK-ed, sort of
  • Changes in transport directors
  • Bernardo Vega criticizes government
  • War on corruption
  • Political prostitution
  • JCE tells generals to put up or shut up
  • Codetel president interview
  • Inexhaustible but not clicking
  • Cigar tax case makes Chicago Tribune
  • Closing arguments for Baninter
  • Haitians hired for online prostitution
  • Big drug bust in Higuey
Tuesday, 28 August 2007
  • Fernandez makes more moves
  • DGII refunding RD$40 million
  • Cocco is after millions, not pennies
  • UASD opens day care center
  • Aquarium temporarily closed
  • 1,600 MW in renewable energy
  • Reducing public debt a challenge
  • Business sector wants IMF
  • The finals of the Baninter case
  • Corruption as bad as drug trafficking
  • "Quita Tenis" gets seven years
  • Felix Sanchez wins silver
Monday, 27 August 2007
  • DR to follow in Panama's footsteps?
  • Trade deficit, capital surplus
  • Difficult times for exporters
  • Educator warns on priorities
  • A second or third chance
  • Poll reveals levels of inequality
  • Abortion debates
  • What did he say?
  • Thousands flock to Monument
  • New electric plans will cut off 16
  • Eight tons of drugs confiscated
  • Archbishop gets lucky
  • Dominican mountain climbers
Friday, 24 August 2007
  • License plate hike dropped
  • We're the reason for stability
  • Not another Verizon
  • Jose Tomas back in the mix
  • Slow going for SFS
  • Flour mill buyout proposed
  • Sugar quota brief correction
  • Richard Bernal bullish on EPA
  • DR supports Taiwan
  • DR enters FEALAC
  • US honors military attache
  • Fourth candidate is possible
  • Dominicans really not happy
  • DNCD tests itself
Thursday, 23 August 2007
  • Severance for government workers
  • Aggregate extraction ban maintained
  • RD$30 million for the Malecon
  • Is Bengoa over-confident?
  • ANJE criticizes lack of austerity
  • Exports up
  • Half-year Central Bank report
  • DR loses apparel market share
  • It pays to be a legislator
  • Political musical chairs pt. II
  • Second round needed?
  • The sad side of re-election
  • Abortion stirs strong feelings
  • Truck driver survives
  • Fishermens' bodies recovered
  • Censorship might be an option
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
  • Back to school
  • Political musical chairs
  • New government posts created
  • More reactions to the decrees
  • Understanding political maneuvers
  • Changes are scary
  • Free hand for corruption?
  • If elections were held today...
  • Falconbridge profit sharing
  • AES-Andres back on line
  • New chief cop says it will be "easy"
  • DNCD does not like reggaeton
  • Drive by shooting injures seven
  • Visual Arts Biennial
  • Juan Luis wins Latin Grammy
  • Tropical wave will bring rains
Tuesday, 21 August 2007
  • The smell of politics
  • Gallup poll on government
  • Gallup poll gets responses
  • Nice cop Santana is replaced
  • Dean roundup
  • US increases sugar quota
  • Tobacco tax in violation of DR-CAFTA?
  • The DR joins group
  • Back to school
  • INPOSDOM getting some help
  • Marcos Diaz sets record in NY
Friday, 17 August 2007
  • DR1 breaks for Monday holiday
  • Forget the IMF
  • Inflation at 4.65% so far this year
  • Government progress and problems
  • Economic boom not trickling down
  • Average 12% wage increase
  • Bernal visits for honing EPA list
  • Citizens need to get involved
  • Peruvian ambassador asks for help
  • 5 dead in Monte Cristi accident
  • Homicide rate down
  • No baseball in Puerto Rico?
  • Dominicans in Israel playoffs
  • A Golden Globe for "Yuniol"?
  • Long weekend for drinking
  • Peter Pan and weekend shows
  • Dean still south of DR
Thursday, 16 August 2007
  • Restoration Day
  • Fernandez faces new challenges
  • Economists want IMF to stay
  • Country's streets getting facelift
  • Registering foreign-born children
  • Alcohol sales extended
  • Vargas speaks out
  • A RD$450,000 pension
  • Transporters refuse to pay license tax
  • Airport authorities fight drugs
  • Kudos to Kudo
  • Diaz's feat intrigues the press
  • Dean expected to pass well south
Wednesday, 15 August 2007
  • Leonel returns and hits the stump
  • Oops, clinics not on board
  • Rock ash redux
  • New license plates begin today
  • Plans for old factory stir debate
  • JCE objects late birth declarations
  • JCE gets some work done
  • More bureaucrats?
  • Easier exports
  • Focus on US-DR relations
  • JetBlue flights from Boston
  • Natural gas for cars
  • Diabetes a major issue
  • Hurricane/Tropical Storm Tracks
Tuesday, 14 August 2007
  • President Fernandez in Mexico
  • Inching one step closer to SFS
  • Voting in jails
  • Ban on riverside quarries
  • Haiti and DR doctors work together
  • Back to school
  • Apartments for the Chocolate Factory?
  • You can eat your beans if you want
  • Ex-Panamanian president speaks tonight
  • Back to normal at Bahia Principe
  • Traffic chaos in La Otra Banda
  • Another Dominican dies in Iraq
  • Job openings at UN
Monday, 13 August 2007
  • Leonel makes the most of trip
  • Chavez offers gas refineries
  • Industrialists for competitiveness
  • Congress subordinate to President?
  • No more sand from rivers
  • Water usage changes needed
  • Warning about building in the east
  • More water issues: 1.5 million affected
  • Rains prove Guajimia rebuild working
  • Plastic reigns
  • Footbridges need maintenance
  • Highrises present challenges
  • Going underground in Santiago
  • Caetano Veloso at Altos de Chavon
  • Tropical Depression 4
Friday, 10 August 2007
  • Labor Ministers promote dignified jobs
  • The public debt
  • Most Dominicans in low-income bracket
  • 9.3 million in DR
  • What's in the hat for transport?
  • Tourism will break the mold
  • Tourism affects environment
  • Norovirus visits again
  • Coal contract is bad deal
  • It's getting harder to sell drugs
  • Dominicans the toast of the town
Thursday, 09 August 2007
  • Fernandez goes to Venezuela
  • Renewable energies will bring investment
  • Plate renewals begin next Wednesday
  • RD$28 billion later and still
  • NGOs need to get it right
  • Opposition to lifting alcohol schedule
  • 77 mothers breastfeed
  • Food downs British tourists
  • Mother blames Bush for son's death
  • Payano honored in New Jersey
  • China will help Dominican Olympic athletes
  • The New York Post lists 'Dominican Dynamos'
Wednesday, 08 August 2007
  • School starts the 21st, or else!
  • Prepaid electric meters
  • Bengoa and tourism
  • Gonzalez Nicolas, honorary consul for India
  • CONEP downplays meeting
  • Agripino echoes Cardinal on drinking hours
  • Beware of the beans!
  • Bancredito case finally on docket
  • DNCD ropes two mules and a fugitive
  • Glaucoma research halted
  • Low pressure to bring rains
Tuesday, 07 August 2007
  • President makes energy law official
  • Labor loophole closed
  • No fun with toys
  • AGs reduce fees
  • Reinaldo urges 1 September start date
  • Details on trade with Haiti
  • The PLD gets mean
  • Estrella still looking to be the star
  • Dominicans for tests
  • Dominican dead in Kuwait
  • US Embassy passport procedures
  • Caribbean golf tournament
Monday, 06 August 2007
  • Doctors and businesses await the call
  • Judges at JCE agree to keep quiet
  • Schoolbooks will now last four years
  • A billion for greenhouses
  • Now bridges are news
  • Aristy Castro proclaimed
  • Fernandez gains PRSC points
  • Study shows duplicate agencies
  • Study looks at low earnings
  • Haiti is third trading partner, maybe
  • Local stores remove toys
  • Armed Forces unit for copper theft
  • Alex is youngest to hit 500 HR
  • They learned the hard way
Friday, 03 August 2007
  • Fernandez inaugurates works
  • Fernandez supports Subero
  • Ministry of Foreign Relations cuts fees
  • No surprise: Deputies approve changes
  • Sichuan credit approved
  • Late birth declarations on the rise
  • Concern over toys affects DR
  • Where apparel stands
  • AIDS doctor to be charged for deaths
  • Brit mules now?
  • US specialists operate on children
Thursday, 02 August 2007
  • Montas highlights DR economy
  • Rum and tobacco could lose market
  • Students get scholarships
  • Attorney General responds to Subero
  • Lack of follow-through hurts system
  • And if someone dared?
  • Let the name-calling begin
  • Business sector unhappy with SFS
  • Election time inaugurations banned?
  • Gun permit renewals
  • Increased security at the UASD
  • AIDS test lab closed
  • Taiwan donates bicycles
  • Dominican Scouts celebrate centenary
  • Daddy Yankee and a pencil
  • Dominican soprano hitting her notes
Wednesday, 01 August 2007
  • Subero fires at Justice Department
  • Chamber approves social security changes
  • Court breaks monopoly
  • JCE gets more, lots more.
  • UASD applauds top cop
  • Law might become a dead letter
  • Venezuela could get paid with services
  • Manzanillo falling apart
  • Jose Leon optimistic
  • Prosecutor shoots accused
  • Illegal meds block quality control
  • Twelve-car wreck on Duarte Hwy
Tuesday, 31 July 2007
  • SFS on today's agenda
  • Aura Celeste Fernandez stirs JCE
  • Three months to go legit
  • FTA with Mexico
  • Plate renewal brings needed money
  • Bonetti against a new IMF accord
  • Understanding the paradox
  • Move to abolish NGOs
  • Central Bank pats its back; public starves
  • RD$35 million suit
  • Belize supports DR aspirations
  • Deciding the Rio Group's Agenda
  • Higher US immigration fees
  • Embassy bans its employees from Loft
  • Sans Souci expects many tourists
  • AIDS drug suspended
  • Manny AL POW; Martinez makes starts
Monday, 30 July 2007
  • DR fulfills IMF goal
  • IMF ready to sign new accord
  • Fernandez promises funds for JCE
  • JCE will consult with parties
  • New prices for plates
  • Smaller taxes removed
  • It isn't working
  • Canada FTA talks set for October
  • Patronage blamed for the "petty cash boxes"
  • Haitians can go to school
  • Many meds nixed by FDA
  • Street vendors doing well
  • Arms inventory causes stir
  • Forum announces another strike
  • A look into AIDS "cure"
  • Recycling plants at Rafey
  • Historic US migration ruling
  • Final days of Rio 2007
Friday, 27 July 2007
  • President calls special Congress session
  • SFS will be more expensive
  • SISALRIL and UNDP designate funds
  • Montas calls for more reforms
  • Electricity theft law speculations
  • Senators want more cash
  • CEI-RD heads to US to defend products
  • Commerce with China up
  • DPCA fighting corruption
  • Training customs personnel
  • Senate approves Indetur
  • DR and Andalusia sign agreement
  • Aerodom playing favorites?
  • Price of passports going down
  • New movie on Haitians in the DR
  • MLB protecting its players?
  • Pan Am updates
Thursday, 26 July 2007
  • Fernandez discusses water situation
  • DGII 10 year overview
  • Off the books sales will be controlled
  • Energy criminalization bill
  • ARS and doctors reach agreement
  • Japanese help two decades strong
  • Codetel to make investments
  • Spotlight on abortion
  • Increasing security at airports
  • Pan Am updates
Wednesday, 25 July 2007
  • Fernandez cuts more ribbons
  • Aura Celeste wants changes
  • More, much more for the Metro
  • Interest rates might go up
  • Border attracting new attention
  • "Buscones" still at work
  • More street patrols
  • The truth about Depreco
  • Erosion threatens Boca Chica
  • Taiwan donates US$9 million
  • Informal workers are the norm
  • A cure for AIDS?
  • Pan Am Games Rio 2007 update
Tuesday, 24 July 2007
  • Economy gets good marks
  • No postponement for SFS
  • DGII's fiscal intelligence unit
  • Energy criminalization bill passed
  • Chamber ratifies IDB loan
  • Fadul on pension fund use
  • Industrial competitiveness hurting
  • Euromoney on Dominican banking
  • South Korea loan for Customs
  • Diplomatic ties with Vietnam
  • Danilo a no show at meeting
  • New drug hits Dominican market
  • Funny, sad and true
  • Pan Am updates
  • Joan will fight in September
Monday, 23 July 2007
  • Ex Im Bank again?
  • More farmer's markets
  • Health plan still in trouble
  • Different opinions on "little boxes"
  • Price of fuel goes down!!
  • Non-regulated users on hold
  • Deputies and the IMF
  • Shell has a buyer
  • CONATRA in trouble
  • Barahona tourism could grow by 50%
  • Bishop Felix Pepen
  • Wendy Cruz wins in cycling
Friday, 20 July 2007
  • Fernandez in Constanza
  • Energy law changes on hold
  • Big money in city government
  • Health officials will monitor Chinese milk
  • Deputies just as rich
  • Transparency for congressional funds
  • CMD and others threaten SFS
  • Barrick Gold explores mine
  • Eligio is cleared
  • Colonial Zone patrols increased
  • The DR is getting old
  • Chinese man freed
  • Pan Am update
  • COE raises alerts to green
Thursday, 19 July 2007
  • President signs municipalities bill
  • Fernandez and Danilo meet
  • Valdez Albizu wants the IMF to stay
  • More English in schools
  • German defends millionaire politicians
  • SFS still faces challenges
  • Alburquerque awards Dominicans in NY
  • Bill change rejected
  • CD approves legislation
  • WTO agrees to extension
  • DR exports to China increase
  • Tourism real estate market looks promising
  • Aerodom defends itself
  • PLD giving out water
  • Virtual pimp sent to jail
  • Pan Am update
  • Rain forecast for the weekend
Wednesday, 18 July 2007
  • Fernandez turns a valve
  • A big money list
  • Aristy gains against Fernandez
  • Clinton visit
  • CONEP and the Congress
  • Foreign investment climbs
  • Municipal woes
  • Police Chief unhappy with Justice Department
  • Municipal woes
  • Canada warns its travelers
  • Hurricane supplement
Tuesday, 17 July 2007
  • Las Placetas Hydroelectric Dam
  • The foreign debt
  • Explaining high prices
  • Importers have 60 days
  • Plate renewals set for August
  • Clinton visiting the DR
  • Malaria under control
  • What are they hiding?
  • Indotel virtual classrooms
  • More Internet accounts
  • Politicians challenge dismissals
  • Cheaper beer
  • Pan-Am Games update
  • Diaz faces latest challenge
  • July at Casa de Teatro
Monday, 16 July 2007
  • LF blasts bureaucrats
  • LMD cutbacks receive support
  • Be careful with your plastic
  • Up, up, up
  • Energy issues still on top
  • Tourism and health
  • Prices have climbed
  • Mangoes
  • DEA looking at remittances
  • AMET needs more troops
  • Insiders in identity fraud
  • A good start at Rio 2007
Friday, 13 July 2007
  • Preval's visit: "Exceptional"
  • LMD now is mere advisor
  • Advertising spree
  • Inflation at 4.38%
  • China defends itself by dirtying the DR
  • DR competitive disadvantages
  • AIDS programs shutting down
  • CNN on drug trafficking problem
  • Customs finds more money
  • Six billion spent on "macuteo"
  • Program helps cancer patients
  • 14 years for Plutarco Gonzalez
  • Peter Pan at the National Theater
Thursday, 12 July 2007
  • Surplus funds allotted
  • CD and UNDP sign agreement
  • Canada and DR have FT meeting
  • Economic impact of this week's strike
  • Infant mortality still high
  • Free buses?
  • UNFPA and DR sign agreement
  • Dominican population increases
  • DR host literacy conference
  • UN diplomats suspended
  • Cuban global warming alert
  • No excuse for sexual harassment
  • Quirino should get 100 years
  • Many children work in Southwest
  • What are they hiding?
  • Big worries for Big Papi
Wednesday, 11 July 2007
  • Palamara-La Vega deal
  • Senate oks quasi-fiscal funding
  • Senate condemns bias campaign
  • Military behind copper stealing
  • Caribbean Biological Corridor
  • DR has low index at World Bank
  • Oligopoly behind high prices
  • Codia vs. Osiris de Leon
  • Falsely accused will sue DNCD
  • Customs seizes US$738,585 on ferry
  • Identity theft in the DR
  • Bomb builder dies
  • Tragic death in Italy
  • Pan Am Games forecast
Tuesday, 10 July 2007
  • Fernandez wants bills passed
  • Preval visiting DR
  • A peaceful strike
  • DR, Cuba begin trade talks
  • EPA with EU moving forward
  • Unemployment high in the DR
  • Sexual harrasment at universities
  • Dominicans have lots of phones
  • Vlad wins All Stars derby
  • Five on Latin Legends team
  • Horford signs for big cash
  • Super Felix comes in 3rd
Monday, 09 July 2007
  • Fernandez starts cutting ribbons
  • Goodbye Victoria
  • Segura defends Sichuan deal
  • PYMES want at pension monies
  • How to lower milk prices
  • Cuba interested in Dominican markets
  • Rogelio still working hard
  • The Monday strike
  • Bomb blast injures three
  • Who are these guys?
  • Mother and son reunited
  • Thirty years later
  • Dominican bishops invite Benedict XVI
Friday, 06 July 2007
  • Lu continues her visit
  • Documenting the anonymous
  • Sichuan, Segura defend contract
  • Mexican delegation coming to DR
  • One-way trade with Central America
  • Are prices really higher?
  • Bishops meet with Pope
  • Abducted child found in Haiti
Thursday, 05 July 2007
  • VP Annette Hsiu-lien Lu visits
  • 4,000 dwellings for capital city?
  • A political project?
  • SFS makes progress
  • Rockash funds being used
  • Korean loan for education
  • ANJE wants another IMF agreement
  • PRD makes accusation
  • DR and PR sign agreement
  • Tax collections up
  • Women just as corrupt as men
  • Crime down in the DR
  • Bon announces eco friendly campaign
Wednesday, 04 July 2007
  • Pension money for housing
  • Conep makes a point
  • Price hikes linked to costs
  • JCE internal strife
  • Causes for blackouts
  • Barrio asks for promises to be kept
  • Strikes and the Armed Forces
  • Dajabun's economic revival
  • Patriots receive proper burial
  • Seized planes stripped for parts
  • Depreco chief removes prosecutor
  • Ambassador Nadal Rincon
  • Most of sextuplets go home
Tuesday, 03 July 2007
  • Mexican talks
  • DR seeks African vote
  • Taiwanese Vice President visits tomorrow
  • Security paper for property titles
  • CDEEE explains blackouts
  • How to keep milk prices reasonable
  • EPA and dairy import duties
  • Category 1 for Dominican aviation
  • Level 3 alert at airports
  • Theft at AILA
  • Stolen cell phone activation decreases
  • Chinatown attracts investors
  • Pope receives Dominican bishops
  • DR delegation to Rio Pan Am
Monday, 02 July 2007
  • From Hollywood to Domiwood?
  • Dominican flag planes will fly to the US
  • Calvo on toll roads
  • JCE to control party finances
  • High prices allow EDEs to make money
  • FTA talks with Canada
  • Food fair a success
  • Basic foodstuffs up in price
  • Rumors heat up milk markets
  • No way to check milk
  • Ethanol might not have enough land
  • Betting parlor woes
  • Police graduate 500 new patrolpersons
  • Dell fined RD$116.5 million
  • Dominican wins in kiteboard tour
  • Ten go to All Star game
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