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TREND MAKER. Mindanao Gold Star Daily was established in 1989 to set ablaze a new meaning & flame to the local newspaper business. Throughout the years it continued its focus and interest in the rural areas & pioneered the growth of countryside journalism.

Phividec asks Misor board over instead

By EDWIN IYOCorrespondent .  Phividec administrator Franklin Quijano THE Phividec Industrial Authority continued to give Misamis Oriental’s legislature the cold shoulder even as its officials turned down an invitation by the provincial board to shed light on the controversial shipments of wastes from South Korea. Rather than show up during ...

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Trade body to malls: Help manage traffic during holidays

By LITO RULONACorrespondent .  THE city council’s committee on trade, commerce and industry hasasked mall executives in the city to help as the Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) prepares to manage the traffic flow with the anticipated influxof vehicles from other places during the holidays. Councilor George Goking The committee’s ...

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Two siblings drown during Opol reunion

A FESTIVE family reunion held at a beach resort in Misamis Oriental suddenly turned sour when two siblings drowned Monday afternoon. SPO1 Mark Valles identified the fatalities as Junrie Junayon, 34; and his brother Ranlie, 35, of Barangay Talaba in Alubijid town. Two of their companions Jimboy Balansag, 34; and ...

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Another drug suspect slain after missing police targets

By NITZ ARANCONand JOEY NACALABANCorrespondents .  THE 14TH drug suspect to be killed in the city in line with the government’s bloody “war on drugs” was no different from others killed before him: he fired shots with a caliber .38 revolver but missed and so, officers supposedly returned fire and ...

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HR group hits police, military ‘efforts’ to stop lumad protests

By FROILAN GALLARDO, Special Correspondentand ERWIN MASCARIÑASCorrespondent .  A paper-mache of President Duterte is portrayed as a devil during a rally staged in time for the 70th International Human Rights Day in Divisoria, this city, on Monday. (photo by Froilan Gallardo) THE human rights watchdog Karapatan  accused government forces of ...

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Tired narrative

Bencyrus Ellorin .  VILIFICATION campaigns are vile, evil because they do not have positive values or follow some ethical standards. A vilification campaign or any campaign for that matter reflects the character of the campaigner or their principal. Mayor Oscar Moreno has been subjected to vilification campaign from Day 1 ...

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Cooperate and breathe freely

Egay Uy .  PEOPLE have asked why no arrests have been made of those who were caught smoking in public places despite the issuance of Executive Order No. 26 by the president.  Quite a good number of text messages and Facebook messenger notes have been received by members of the ...

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Forging unity is essential in lawmaking, representing

By VINCE BORNEOfor the National Unity Party .  EXISTING political realities in the Philippines dictate that the three main tasks of legislators in the Philippines are: (1) making, amending or revising laws; (2) exercising the congressional power of oversight on the other branches of government(executive and judiciary); and (3) determining ...

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GMA News TV partners with DOH for two shows

Leading local news channel GMA News TV has teamed up with the Department of Health (DOH) to bring not just one, but two new weekend programs to be bannered by Kapuso stars Max Collins, Pancho Magno, and Rocco Nacino.H Rocco Nacino hosts The Healthy Juan every Sunday at 8 p.m. beginning December ...

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