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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.

Iligan city fisherman goes missing

By NORA SORIÑO GSD-Iligan bureau chief ILIGAN City–A fisherman went missing in the waters off Dalipuga, this city, on Wednesday. Rafael Sabellano, a fisherman, said his friend Warlito Dimaluna of Zone 2 Bagong Silang, went fishing at around 8 am near a fish sanctuary and did not return home that ...

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Willful but not voluntaristic

Fr. Roy Cimagala YES, we have to make full use of our faculties, especially the will, but we need to see to it that our will is properly grounded, inspired and oriented. Yes, we have to be willful as much as we can, but seeing to it that our will ...

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Bantawan of Kadayawan (2)

Karl Gaspar Conclusion THE Moro abodes tend to use more permanent housing materials as wood. These are also bigger in size, with the Maguindanao Sultan’s house as the most intricate (in fact there are two houses adjacent to each other). There are still shared spaces, but there is more privacy. ...

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Ready for man-made chaos?

Erick San Juan A REAL war is like a thief in the night. Nobody will be told or asked to prepare. Although a country’s leader should take the cue from the continuous word war from the current spat between US President Donald Trump (and the people in his loop) and ...

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No way!

Ian Alfredo Magno SEN. Antonio Trillanes fired an empty cartridge. The Senate Blue Ribbon Committee’s subpoena, requiring presidential son Paolo “Pulong” Duterte and the latter’s brother-in-law Manases “Mans” Carpio to attend the Senate’s hearing two days ago, involving the P6.4 billion worth of smuggled shabu, sparked off what seemed to ...

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Death as distraction

H. Marcos Mordeno MALAYBALAY City– It took but a few days after the death of Kian Loyd delos Santos when some members of the Caloocan City police figured in yet another controversy — the killing of former UP Diliman student Carl Angelo Arnaiz. So far, the results of forensic examination and ...

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Tagum farmers fear eviction after Mariano rejection

DAVAO City — Agrarian reform beneficiaries in Tagum City, Davao del Norte province expressed  fear that it will now be easy for a banana company to evict them from the disputed land after the powerful Commission on Appointments rejected the appointment of Rafael Mariano as the secretary of the Department ...

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