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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.

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Ruffy Magbanua “Few things in the world are more powerful than a positive push. A world of optimism and hope. A ‘can do spirit’ when things are tough.” -Richard M. DeVos FOR the nth time, icons of the business community in Mindanao have been crying out loud for Imperial Manila to ...

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Iligan cops padlock radio station DxLS

By Nora Sorino, Nene Lachica of GSD-Iligan Bureau and Nitz Arancon Correspondent ILIGAN City–Authorities padlocked a radio station critical of Mayor Celso Regencia on Thursday afternoon. Radio station DxLS  was padlocked on orders from city hall supposedly because it has been a delinquent taxpayer. Iligan police director Senior Supt. Leony ...

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Government to spend P87b for 3 big Mindanao projects

By Carolyn O. Arguillas Mindanews DAVAO City–Three of the 36 big-ticket infrastructure projects of the Duterte administration’s “Build, Build, Build” program are in Mindanao, and the government would be spending nearly P87 billion for these, including the Laguindanan airport in Misamis Oriental. The Mindanao projects are the expansion of the ...

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Think as one, Plaza urges Caraga rubber farm players

AGUSAN del Sur–Gov. Adolph Edward Plaza  made this appeal to players in Caraga’s rubber  industry: Think as one. Plaza said this during the gathering of rubber industry leaders in San Francisco, this province. He said he opted that the accreditation process of nurseries be simplified even as he urged public ...

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50 Davao city employees under probe

DAVAO City–An investigating committee created by Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio is now looking into complaints lodged against 50 city hall employees here. Lawyer Enrique Bonocan, one of the three prosecutors investigating the complaints, said among the complaints under preliminary investigation are related to absenteeism and tardiness. Bonocan said any person can ...

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Cost of ‘new normal’

Ian Alfredo Magno MORE than a month ago, it took an average of five to six hours for a 40-kilometer trip from Cagayan de Oro to the Laguindingan airport, vice versa.  The lag was apparently caused by the sudden collapse of the portion of a makeshift mound where a bridge ...

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The unseen shade

By Shiela Mordeno Fernandez Contributor   NO words may be enough to describe a teacher’s job. Surveys only tell that teaching is one of the most stressful jobs in the world. Yet teachers still go about their daily course–come to school before students arrive, follow the school program and leave ...

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Cry of Mt. Apo

By Bess Tulio, Mindanews DAVAO City–Fire grew bigger by the second as the mountain burned. Animals wailed in pain as they tried to escape the intense heat threatening to kill them in one gulp. Flora and fauna turned into ashes, and Mt. Apo screamed in pain while pieces of her ...

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‘I will order invasion of Jolo if…’

Batas  Mauricio INVADING Jolo to exterminate terrorist groups in the area will be ordered by President Duterte, if security threats to the Asean senior officials’ meeting that is being held in Bohol will require such an invasion. This was clarified by the President in his media interview in Bohol on ...

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Power firm turns over 400 Falcata saplings

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr. Correspondent ILIGAN City — In response to the request of Barangay Kiwalan, represented by Barangay Chairman Antonio Alon, PowerSource Philippines Energy, Inc. (PPEI) donated 400 Falcata Saplings to the barangay recently. Alon expressed the barangay’s need to reforest its 7.5 hectare parcel of land in ...

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