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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.

Oca enters plea on 13 graft cases: ‘Not guilty’

MAYOR Oscar Moreno yesterday entered a not guilty plea before Sandiganbayan on 13 graft cases filed against him in connection with the capitol’s heavy equipment deals when he was Misamis Oriental governor. Moreno’s lawyer Bryan Dale Mordeno confirmed that the mayor faced the anti-graft court for the arraignment. “Continuation ra ...

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Court orders arrest of Trillanes for libel

DAVAO City – A regional court yesterday issued an arrest warrant against Sen. Antonio Trillanes, a staunch critic of the Duterte administration, for four counts of libel filed months ago by former vice mayor Paolo Duterte and brother-in-law lawyer Manases Carpio. RTC-Branch 54 Judge Melinda Alconcel-Dayanghirang recommended a bail of ...

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CPP declares 5-day ceasefire

THE Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) has declared a temporary unilateral ceasefire that would be in effect on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. The five-day ceasefire was declared amid what communist rebels said were “all-out military offensives” by the government “in the countryside and relentless attacks against the ...

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Sandigan acquits Revilla but convicts aide, Napoles

THE Sandiganbayan yesterday acquitted former senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. over his alleged involvement in the multi-billion peso Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) or “pork barrel” fund scam. But the anti-graft court found businesswoman Janet Napoles and Revilla’s former chief of staff, Richard Cambe, guilty of plunder. The Sandiganbayan said ...

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Being scrooged

Lagrimas Perdio . WITH the Christmas season upon us, it seems absurd that no one seems to notice just how shallow this observation has become. After all, this is one of the holiest of days in the Christian community, which we Filipinos profess to be. The only reason why I’m ...

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A question of validity

Nora Soriño . ILIGAN City–Is a marriage ceremony done by an officer authorized to do so but does so inside a prison cell where he is a detainee valid? The answer is “yes.” The answer is also “no.” “Yes,” because the papers seem to be in order. The parties sign ...

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Advent, the season of hope

Fr. Leo Pabayo . ADVENT is a season of hope. The readings at Mass are about hope for the coming of the Savior. It talks about the second coming of Christ. We hope that he will surely come and that we will be among the elect whom he will welcome ...

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Political correctness vs. moral correctness

Fr. Roy Cimagala . BOTH of them may share a lot of similarities. They can share some common ground. But they too have a lot of differences, and sharp and radical differences at that! We have to be keenly aware of these similarities and differences as much as possible so ...

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Two fires raze 11 houses, P1.6 million in damages

By Nitz Arancon Correspondent . AT LEAST nine families will be facing a gloomy Christmas this year as a series of fire razed their houses to the ground yesterday. The semi-concrete houses of Philip Dael and Javelina Cinchez in Green Village, Zone 4, Kauswagan incurred around P1 million in damages. ...

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Three of 6 hold-uppers fall in downtown Oro

By JOEY P. NACALABAN Correspondent . Policemen have arrested three of the six robbery suspects who victimized a 21-year-old woman. SPO2 Louie Ladoroz of the Divisoria police precinct, identified the suspects as Jorynal Apostol, 26, residing at Isla Delta; Jeffrey Eduave, 18, residing at Calaanan, Canitoan; and Gerard Tamparong, 18 ...

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