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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.

Inventors helping

Ike Señeres . AT first, I thought of using the title “Helping Inventors” but I changed my mind, because I wanted to write about how Filipino inventors could help the country, and not the other way around. In one of my dialogues with Filipino inventors, they said that there is ...

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Christ the King (2)

Fr. Leo Pabayo . THE history of Israel was seen by the prophets as a preparation for the time when God would definitively established Israel as the greatest kingdom and nation on earth. Its ruler would be the greatest of all kings. He is the Messiah or the Christ that ...

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Temperance today

Fr. Roy Cimagala . MORE than ever, we need to be keenly aware today of the need for the virtue of temperance. Why? We cannot deny that we are constantly bombarded with many material things, all offering all kinds of advantages and conveniences, that if we are not careful can ...

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‘No cause for alarm’

By Nitz Arancon Correspondent . THE continuing threat of terrorism is no cause for alarm, Camp Alagar’s spokesman said. Police Regional Office spokesman Supt. Surki Sereñas assured the residents of Northern Mindanao that they are on top of the situation. Sereñas added that they have deployed their personnel to thwart ...

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Old grudge turns fatal in Opol

By JOEY P. NACALABAN Correspondent . An old grudge resulted to the death of a 42-year-old person during a heated altercation on Sunday evening. Chief Insp. Evarie Baconawa, Opol police station commander, identified the victim as Ronnie Mag-away, a resident os Zone 7 in Barangay Malanang, Opol. Stricken by his ...

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Former ‘payong-payong’ driver finds success route

Filipino success stories often depict people going to far off places in pursuit of a better life,  navigating through unfamiliar territory, and enduring homesickness to ensure a more comfortable life back home. Such is the story of Anthony Ortega, a homegrown team member of AboitizPower subsidiary Therma South, Inc. (TSI), ...

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Putting up cell sites is telco’s single biggest test

Being one of the Asian countries with lowest cell site density, the Philippines is forced to serve more internet users per cell site compared to most of its neighbors. Setting up more telecommunications infrastructure continues to be challenging in the country, hampered by lengthy permit applications and some uncooperative stakeholders. ...

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Tattoo artists clash in Inkalidad VI

A large number of tattoo enthusiasts and aficionados gathered in one spot here in Cagayan de Oro last Novermber 3 to compete in one of the biggest ink competition in Mindanao dubbed as “Inkalidad VI” at Centrio Ayala Mall, Activity center. The whole day event began at 9AM sharp and ...

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