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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.

24 Tigwahanon families flee homes in San Fernando

Twenty-four Tigwahanon families fled their homes in Sitio Salumpikit, Barangay Bunacao, San Fernando, Bukidnon after elements of the 60th Infantry Batallion of the Philippine Army (IBPA) allegedly searched their homes violently and even bombed the house of Ugsalay Lagundong with an M203 grenade rifle. This happened immediately after an encounter ...

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Capitol turns over cash aid to residents in Lugait

At least 138 households received financial aid from the Provincial Government of Misamis Oriental through the Provincial Social Welfare & Development Office (PSWDO) yesterday, during a turnover ceremony in Barangay Calangahan, Lugait town in Misamis Oriental. Emelia P. Andea, PSWD officer, said the beneficiaries were victims of a demolition in ...

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Bar topnotcher is from Bukidnon town

THE examinee who topped the 2016 bar examinations hails from from Bukidnon. Karen Mae Calam is a law graduate from the University of San Carlos in Cebu City but she is from the Bukidnon town of Kalilangan. Calam’s mother, Merlyn Calam, told ABS-CBN-Northern Mindanao on Wednesday that their family was ...

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Church group backs caravan against death penalty bill

THE Diocesan Social Action Center of the local Roman Catholic archdiocese has joined and thrown its support behind broad coalition of civil society groups working on a public education campaign against the proposed restoration of the death penalty. The coalition, composed of Commission of Laiko, PMPI, Radio Veritas, PPVR, Code-NGO, ...

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Ombudsman disqualifies Regencia from holding govt post

By NORA SORIÑO GSD-Iligan bureau chief ILIGAN City–Mayor Celso Regencia’s legal problems are far from over. Regencia has told a stunned audience over the weekend that the Office of the Ombudsman-Mindanao has slapped him with an order for his perpetual disqualification to hold public office. But Regencia said his lawyers ...

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Never doubt yourself

Ruffy Magbanua “I want to be an inspiration to all those studying in public schools. It’s really not impossible for you to have this. So I hope I’ll be an inspiration not just to those who want to become a lawyer but even those who don’t want to be lawyers: Never ...

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Political parties in a new charter

Michael Henry Yusingco AS most Filipinos would attest, political parties in the country are more renowned for their clever and catchy slogans than genuine reform platforms. The electoral experience after the Edsa People Power in 1986 have firmly established that political parties are simply pathways to acquire wealth and power. ...

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‘We will not be deterred’

WE are dismayed that although peace negotiations with the CPP/NPA/NDF are now making some substantial headway, their forces still continue to wage attacks that victimize civilians and inflict damage on the civilian sector. Although a bilateral ceasefire is not yet in place, the public’s common reaction to these incidents questions ...

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Misor summer job program starts

The Provincial Employment Service Office in Misamis Oriental has started its holding orientation yesterday, in two towns in the province, to the beneficiaries of the Special Program for the Employment of Students. At least 898 beneficiaries—students and out-of-school-youth—undergo the orientation in Laguindingan for residents in the Second District and in ...

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