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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.

Police nab two more Pamatong officers at checkpoint

POLICE arrested on Sunday two more members of the Pamatong-led “United States Army Freedom Fighters of the East” at a checkpoint in Baloy, Tablon, this city. They were collared for the same reason six of their fellow Usaffe members were arrested earlier: alleged usurpation of authority. Cugman police chief Evan ...

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Reflect on Ninoy’s life, words, says Duterte

PRESIDENT Duterte yesterday called on citizens to reflect on the late former senator Benigno Aquino Jr.’s life and on his famous words “the Filipino is worth dying for.” Duterte’s message was released by Malacañang as the nation commemorated Aquino’s 34th death anniversary. Duterte lauded Aquino’s contribution to the country, and ...

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Penalize utilities of outages

Ruffy Magbanua / THE Movement for Blackout-free Mindanao, a volunteer watchdog for the efficient and uninterrupted delivery of power in Mindanao, has urged Congress to enact a law that would penalize Distribution Utilities (DUs) on the excessive (read: abusive) occurrences of power outages or blackouts in their franchise areas. Study shows ...

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Siege and shifting alliances

H .Marcos Mordeno / MALAYBALAY City–In the heyday of national liberation movements that sprang after World War II, repressive Third World regimes turned to the US for military assistance or were forced to receive such assistance. The Philippines, which hosted American military bases until 1991, was one of these client governments. ...

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Church group accuses govt agents of planting evidence against clergy

THE Promotion of Church People’s Response over the weekend accused state forces of false arrests and detention, and of fabricating evidence against Mindanao clergymen. “Two innocent clergy languish another month in detention on fabricated non-bailable charge of illegal possession of explosives,” said  Fr. Rolly de Leon, co-chairperson of the PCPR. ...

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