Home | mindanao goldstar daily (page 30)

mindanao goldstar daily

mindanao goldstar daily
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.

First Kagay-anon officials and Gen. Capistrano

A. Paulita Roa THE month of August has been designated as the month that is dedicated to the study and appreciation of our local and national history. So I decided that I will write about our local leaders who were elected in that first historic elections in December, 1898 under ...

Read More »

Of fried chicken, an old factory, and a new skyline

By Nikki Rivera Gomez Mindanews DAVAO City — Fried chicken lunch, sometime in 1992. “We’ve been having fried chicken for lunch from Beach Club over the last many years,” jokes Paul Dominguez, who is seated with us in a wood-panelled conference room. PGD, as he was referred to—he still is—was ...

Read More »

Both idealistic and realistic

Fr. Roy Cimagala AD astra per aspera. That’s the motto of a school where I was assigned once as its chaplain. It means “To the stars through hardships.” It’s a way to encourage the students to aspire for the best without fear of the sacrifices involved. The motto certainly injects ...

Read More »

Duterte meets displaced Marawi children

President Rodrigo Duterte has assured young residents of Marawi that the government would restore the city following massive destruction caused by clashes between military and the Maute rebel group. Duterte made the assurance as he met with around 35 Marawi children in Malacañan Palace on Tuesday. They are part of ...

Read More »

Illegal logging suspect falls

Medina, Misamis Oriental — A man who was allegedly involved in the cutting of  trees was arrested by the authorities Monday afternoon at Barangay Pahindong here Cenro Conrado Mahinay Jr of Gingoog  identified the perpetrator as Cecilo Ranido of legal age and a residence of Barangay Bulua, this town. (Edwin ...

Read More »

Wanted drug suspect surrenders to Quiña

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent Balingasag, Misamis Oriental — A wanted person has voluntarily surrendered to former mayor now Vice Mayor Alexis Quiña on Aug. 29 at the Peoples Assistance Center here Quiña confirmed and identified the wanted person as John Edward Dagoc, 26, Single, and a resident of Barangay 2, ...

Read More »

Govt troops stop reinforcement for Maute group, kill 5 militants

By FROILAN GALLARDO Special Correspondent MARAWI City–Government troops on Monday killed five suspected militants reportedly trying to reinforce the terrorist Maute Group here. Armed Forces Western Mindanao commander Lt. Gen. Carlito Galvez said the slain militants were part of a 10-man group trying to sneak into Marawi on board two ...

Read More »

Ledesma appeals: Ring bells nightly against EJKs

ARCHBISHOP Antonio Ledesma on Monday called on Roman Catholics in the city to revive the tradition of ringing the “De Profundis” bells every night to protest the extrajudicial killings in the Duterte administration’s “war on drugs.” Ledesma appealed to churches and communities here to ring the bells at 8 o’clock ...

Read More »

Why the violations?

Batas Mauricio IF human rights and social justice are already enshrined under the 1987 Constitution and other laws of the Philippines, how come many Filipinos are still complaining that their human rights, and the benefits that are supposed to be made available to them under social justice principles, still elude ...

Read More »

An immense failure

Letters THE drug war campaign is taking this nation nowhere. As the bodies pile up, the root causes of the illicit drug trade has barely been scratched on the surface. The Duterte regime is no closer to solving the drug problem today than when he took office last year. This ...

Read More »