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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.

Dict launches Govnet project in Butuan

BUTUAN City — The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) launched the Regional Government Network (GovNet) Project here, the first in Mindanao. According to DICT Mindanao Cluster 2 Director Evamay Dela Rosa, the Regional GovNet Project in Butuan City has already catered some 80 government agencies in the regional ...

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Duterte pays tribute to fallen soldiers, cops of Marawi war

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Tuesday graced the opening ceremonies of an interactive art installation exhibit paying tribute to government troops who fought the rebellion in Marawi City. The exhibit, which shows photos of the soldiers and policemen during and after the Marawi siege, is being held from Nov. 21 ...

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No city official saw water deal signing

By LITO RULONA and NITZ ARANCON Correspondents LOCAL officials were merely guests during the ceremonial signing of the controversial agreement between the Cagayan de Oro Water District and Manny V. Pangilinan’s Metro Pacific Water Investments Corp. at the Makati Shangri-la in August. Outgoing COWD vice chairman Joel Baldelovar said this ...

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Misor govt to pursue P600-m tax claim against Pilipinas Kao

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent MISAMIS Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano yesterday said the capitol would pursue efforts to make Pilipinas Kao Inc. to pay P600 million in real property taxes. Emano said this following the Court of Appeals’ decision that dismissed an administrative case filed by Pilipinas Kao against provincial ...

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Pagasa sees cloudy skies, rains due to LPA, ICTZ

THE Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said a new low pressure area and an intertropical convergence zone would likely result in cloudy skies and continue to bring rains in some areas of Mindanao today. Pagasa weather specialist Luz Mercado said the LPA entered Philippine territory at around 8 ...

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Imaginary fish kill

Bencyrus Ellorin IT is amazing how politics can make people imagine things just so they can put one up against an enemy. This is the case of the alleged fish kill in San Simon which they blamed on the newly established sanitary landfill in Barangay Pagalungan. The landfill which started ...

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Go, Gilas!

Ric Maulion THE Philippines was once a powerhouse of basketball in Southeast Asia. We were 5th place in 1936 Summer Olympics. A similar feat was improved  many years later when we landed as a bronze medalist in 1954 Fiba World Championship, the best ever finish by any team outside America ...

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Make things happen

Egay Uy THE Roads and Traffic Administration must undergo a major reorganization.  As it is, the department has a weak structure such that most of the authority exercised by most employees is drawn from mere designations.  This is the result of the absence of a good departmental structure. The reorganization ...

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