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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.

A long day ahead

Egay Uy . RECENTLY, the Regulatory and Complaint Board has hugged the front pages of local dailies because of the series of operations it has conducted.  It is mandated to protect minors from the influence of modern technology, i.e., videoke games and internet access, and from child molester and traffickers, ...

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Eco-friendly

Netnet Camomot . FORMER Environment Secretary Gina Lopez has often said that Pinas should be in ecotourism and not mining. As for me, here’s my environment-friendly contribution: I write my first draft on scratch paper. Cagayan de Oro will also become environment-friendly through its plastic ban starting Jan. 1, 2019. ...

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Troops encounter Reds in Agusan del Sur

By Nitz Arancon Correspondent . GOVERNMENT troops encountered at least 15 suspected New People’s Army guerrillas in Barangay Valentina, Esperanza town in Agusan del Sur recently. The troops of 23rd Infantry Battalion responded to the reports of concerned civilian residents regarding the presence of Maoist rebels in their barangay at ...

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OPAPB urges civil society; Read Bangsamoro Organic Law

By Teng Lauban Datu Cotabato City Bureau Chief . The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process has urged members of civil society to go over the Bangsamoro Organic Law in its entirety as this will be the key in developing a better appreciation of the landmark measure. ...

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NIA-10: Water firm not the cause of low rice yield in Baungon town

Despite the claim that rice production in the municipality of Baungon, Bukidnon has decreased due to the siphoning of water of the town’s irrigation canal by a bulk water supplier, there was actually an increase in land converted to rice farm, a National Irrigation Administration-10 (NIA-10) official said. Engr. Kienzel ...

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Striking Sumifru workers seek sanctuary in Compostela church

Striking workers are now seeking refuge in a Catholic church here in Compostela after hundreds of unidentified men dispersed their strike camp in seven Sumifru packing plants early morning of October 11. Nagkahiusang Mamumuo sa Suyafa Farms (NAMASUFA) president Paul John Dizon said almost all union members were hurt in ...

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DTI Misor bares accomplishments for Sept 2018

FOURTH Batch of EBLS under the Cagayan de Oro Negosyo Center has finally graduated last September 21 at Mallberry Suites, Cagayan de Oro. Seventeen (17) enrollees completed their EBLS modules and presented their business improvement plans. Before they graduated, they continued attending their September sessions, which are the following: Accounting/ ...

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Telco wins Gold Stevie Award for Employer of the Year

This serves as a testament to the company’s strong commitment to employee empowerment and enrichment Globe Telecom bagged the Gold Stevie Award for Employer of the Year in the field of telecommunications at the third annual Stevie Awards for Great Employers. The international award-giving body acknowledged the company’s efforts in ...

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The Many Wonders of Manolo Fortich Part 1

In my younger years, I spent some good times in Manolo Fortich. But that was way back the early 80s and the memories are quite hazy already. All I remember is my cousins and I immensely enjoyed the trips as we rode on my dad’s Ford Bronco. We usually went ...

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