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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.

Media groups slam red tag on journalist

By JOEY NACALABAN Correspondent .  MEDIA groups in and outside Cagayan de Oro closed ranks as a shadowy group included a journalist here and his family in a list of public figures accused as recruiters for the New People’s Army (NPA). Corrales News media organizations called the distribution of the ...

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MILF head is now chief minister of Bangsamoro

PRESIDENT Duterte yesterday named Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) chairman Al Haj Murad Ebrahim as interim chief minister of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region. This came during the ceremonial confirmation of the recently held Bangsamoro plebiscite results and oathtaking of Bangsamoro Transition Authority members. Murad and the BTA would lead the ...

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Palace firm, won’t pay ransom to Abu Sayyaf

THE government yesterday stood firm in its policy not to give ransom to the extremist Abu Sayyaf in exchange for the release of its hostages. “To give in to the demands of terrorists and other lawless groups would embolden them to engage in more abductions that would allow them to ...

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A twist in the Maria Ressa affair

Nora Soriño .  ILIGAN City — One evening in the line up of standard news which as usual, many began with… “patay ang…” came a breaking news. It did not begin with those two words but it told of the National Bureau of Investigation arresting Maria Ressa of Rappler. Even ...

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Radio charter

Lagrimas Perdio .  WHILE the rules which apply to election campaign is still in that gray area of election period but not campaign period, the level to which radio entertainment is being elevated is hilarious. It is understandable that while restrictions do not yet apply, candidates and aspirants will and ...

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Beneficiaries of seafarer’s death compensation

Dennis Gorecho .  THE legal battle for death compensation of the deceased seafarer, in some instances, becomes a  “telenovela” case due to confusion as to the rightful recipients of the death benefits. Under an employment contract duly approved by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), in the case of work-related ...

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Red fighter killed in encounter with military

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent .  A communist guerrilla was killed after a 30-minute gunfight between the New People’s Army and government troops in Sitio Puyawon, Barangay Mahanub, Gigaquit, Surigao del Norte earlier this week. In a report to Gen. Franco Nemesio Gacal, commander of the Army’s 4th Infantry Division based ...

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Nacaya pushes for resol’n on taxi drivers complaint

Nacaya IN an effort to resolve the complaints of taxi drivers in the city, Councilor Ian Mark Nacaya suggested that the city council’s committee on public utilities take up what has been labeled as “unfair competition” in Land Transportation Office’s issuance of plate numbers and body numbers. During the regular ...

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Short circuit sparked fire in Davao city

DAVAO City — Around 200 houses were razed in a massive fire that hit Purok 4, Isla Verde, Barangay 23-C in Davao City on Wednesday and displaced hundreds of families. The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), after investigation, placed the cost of damaged properties to more than P1 million. The ...

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