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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.

‘The Barker’

Netnet Camomot “THE BARKER” is now showing in cinemas along with “Thor: Ragnarok,” “The Foreigner,” and “Bad Genius.” But it was “Barker” that piqued our interest when we were deciding on what movie to watch last Wednesday night. If this movie were shown before “Kita Kita,” it would not have ...

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Dengue cases in Davao region dropped by 69%

DAVAO City — The Department of Health (DOH) said the dengue cases in region 11 has significantly reduced this year. Based on the record from the DOH, 3,076 reported cases were recorded from January to October this year, a decrease by 69 percent from last year’s 10,128 cases on the ...

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Unhappy homecoming

By FROILAN GALLARDO Special Correspondent MARAWI City — School teacher Baicona Hassan, 41, was overwhelmed by her emotions as she walked the final steps to her house that she has not seen since fierce clashes between government forces and the Isis-inspired Maute Group broke out on May 23. She and ...

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Pacleb sacks napping cops

By LITO RULONA Correspondent NORTHERN Mindanao police director Timoteo Pacleb on Thursday booted out the chief of the Macasandig police precinct and two of his men. Reason: Pacleb caught two of the policemen napping in a patrol car on Tomas Saco and 1st Street, Nazareth, on Wednesday. Ordered relieved from ...

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More measures to build peace

Arnold Garbanzos 2nd of three parts ILIGAN City — Federalism. A very proactive form of government since it breeds, human dignity, subsidiarity, respect for culture and decentralization. By nature the Maranao tribe is federal in set-up unlike the Sulu and the Maguindanao tribes. Once federalism happens, there will be peace ...

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Length of stay

Ian Alfredo Magno PRIOR hereto, “length of stay” (LOS) – or the minimum number of days a patient stays in the hospital from confinement to discharge date – was required in certain illnesses, as a condition for medical reimbursement under Philhealth.  For instance, for acute gastro entiritis (AGE), also known ...

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Playing offense and defense

Fr. Roy Cimagala THIS is about the virtue of fortitude, one of the cardinal virtues from which spring many other virtues. It’s a virtue that we all should cultivate since it is necessary as we plod through the tricky waters of this world. It involves both aggression and protection. We ...

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