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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.

Budget exec eyes P5b for Marawi rehab this year, P10b in 2018

BUDGET Secretary Benjamin Diokno yesterday assured that the government has the sufficient funds for the rehabilitation of strife-torn Marawi City. Diokno said officials have yet to determine the actual rehabilitation cost but added that the government has P5 billion from the national risk reduction fund for this year. Next year, ...

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So how do we feel about the deaths of Hapilon and Maute?

By Robert Marohombsal Alonto Mindanews IN response to a dear friend’s query — “So how do we feel about the reported deaths of Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute?” – let’s put it this way: In 2003 when Sheikh Salamat Hashim, the Amirul Mujahideen and Chairman of the MILF passed away, ...

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Happy or sad for Hapilon?

Samira Ali Gutoc ILIGAN City–Lyndee of Initiatives for International Dialogue in Manila recalled a prayer moment early June of the siege when so many dead littered the streets. A travel mission of civil society from all over came to locked-down and no-entry Marawi for a prayer at the Campo Ranaw. ...

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Gold!

A. Paulita Roa IN 1950, the Municipality of Cagayan, Misamis Oriental became a chartered city by an Act of Congress. The bill sponsor, Rep. Emmanuel N. Pelaez gave the new city a new name: Cagayan de Oro. As a young student, I had the privilege of listening to Pelaez speak ...

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‘One Righteous Vote’

Batas Mauricio THANK God in the name of Jesus because a blessed Thursday was what I experienced on Oct. 17, 2017. That Thursday was truly blessed, as far as I was concerned, because it was permitted by Jesus our God and Savior to be a first in the Philippines. On ...

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Continuity in an age of discontinuity

Fr. Roy Cimagala THIS is a big challenge today. How can we have a sense of continuity in an age that is so clearly galloping with new developments, creating new categories, structures and meanings that we can say that we are entering a phase of disruptions and discontinuity? In fact, ...

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Fire razes 2 houses in Kinoguitan

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent Kinoguitan, Misamis Oriental — Two houses were razed and totally destroyed by fire yesterday mornng at Highway Purok 2, Barangay Panabol, here. The Kinoguitan Fire Department immediately responded after recieving a call at 9:57 am. “Wala na namo matabang ang kalayo grabe na ang pag ulbo,” ...

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Did Davao city miss the signs?

DAVAO City – The hills which the faithful associate with the saints needed to be protected, they said. The message was more than a prayer. It was a petition to the government. The year was 2006. At the time, to talk about matters related to climate change was barely taken ...

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