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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.

Penro exec confirms mud dumping at Misor river

By EDWIN IYO Correspondent GINGOOG City–The Environmental and Natural Resources Office here has confirmed the continued dumping of volumes of mud at the Mamato River in Barangay Minalwang, Claveria town in Misamis Oriental. Donato Sabit, Penro head here, identified the firm allegedly dumping mud as Unicon Builders Inc. (UBI) . ...

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Normin drivers to start getting 5-year licenses

By LOUI MALIZA Stringer THE new director of the Land Transportation Office (LTO) for northern Mindanao yesterday said he expects the LTO regional office to start processing and issuing driving licenses valid for five years next month. Current driving licenses are good only for three years. LTO regional director Oscar ...

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Bishop Tony, group hail progress in govt, NDF talks

CAGAYAN de Oro Archbishop Antonio Ledesma has expressed approval of the progress that has been made in the peace negotiations between the government and National Democratic Front (NDF) peace panels. Ledesma is a co-chairperson of the Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform (Pepp) that stated it was “excited by the recent progress ...

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Household assets

Ike Señeres THE conventional method of measuring household poverty involves the use of an imaginary “basket of goods” wherein the capability of a household to afford the value of the imaginary basket is the criterion whether or not a household is below or above the poverty threshold or the poverty ...

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Knowing Rody

By MARTIN ANDANAR Secretary, Presidential Communications Operations Office THERE is a character casting a large shadow over our lives. I will call him the Public Duterte. He is the tough-talking mayor of Davao who forged order out of chaos, the man who rides a big bike and swears like a ...

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Public memory and ignorance

A.Paulita Roa WE, Kagay-anons like the rest of the peoples of the world have  memories about certain places in our land. We often bring our children and friends to those sites in order to reminisce and share why these places are memorable to us. This is in part an exercise ...

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Service, transparency, mark first 100 days of city council

Service, transparency, unity, and accountability marked the first 100 days of the city council under the leadership of Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy. The City Council has held 13 regular sessions, 74 committee meetings and conducted several ocular inspections to address various concerns and requests of the city’s constituents. These ...

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DENR ruleson land row involving Misor solon

THE Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Region 10 has decided on a land dispute in Indahag, this city, in favor of a family that went against a group that includes Rep. Peter Unabia of  Misamis Oriental’s 1st District. Lawyer Evangeline Carrasco yesterday said the DENR rendered a ...

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Daba body to look into COA view vs honoriaria

VICE Mayor Joaquin Uy has forwarded the recommendation of the Commission on Audit (COA) to disallow the use of government funds for the expanded Local School Board to the city council’s education committee. Uy asked Councilor Suzette Daba, the committee’s chair, to look into the COA’s notice and submit a ...

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