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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.

Spur of duty or duty to do justice?

By Michael O. Mastura Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy COTABATO City — The time to vacillate is over. If asked to name the most definitive policy statement of President Duterte about doing justice to the Bangsamoro, it is understandable if a layman replied: Wala po siya nasabi tunkol sa BBL (Bangsamoro ...

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Oro writers’ group holds writeshop for teachers

AS part of the 2018 National Arts Month and the Panaghugpong 10: Xavier Arts Festival , the Xavier Center for Culture and the Arts and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, in partnership with the Nagkahiusang Magsusulat sa Cagayan de Oro, organize the Ani ng Sining Workshop on ...

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Starex asks LTFRB: Approve fare hike

By LITO RULONA Correspondent THE  Solidarity of Transport Alliance in Northern Mindanao-Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (Starex-Piston) over the weekend echoed its call for an increase in the minimum fare for public jeepneys even as it stepped up it campaign for the government to act on its ...

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Galua plans to run for mayoral post of hometown

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent DETAINED architect Rey Galua, the “prime person of interest” in the investigation into the Dec. 2, 2017 murder of University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines president Ricardo Rotoras, wants to become mayor. This was confirmed by Galua’s lawyer, Arturo Ubaub, even as he explained ...

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Ched to tap universities for Cha-cha campaign

THE Commission on Higher Education will enlist the support of state universities and colleges nationwide to conduct an intensive information campaign to help the youth fully understand Charter change or “Cha-cha”. The network of state universities in the country would be an effective venue to hold fora and workshops on ...

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Cult of personality

Herbie Gomez EDUARDO Manalo, the new special envoy for overseas Filipino workers’ concerns teaches that Catholics, Evangelicals, Seventh Day Adventists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, Muslims, Buddhists and everyone who’s not a member of the religion his ancestors founded and which he inherited, including pastors Apollo Quiboloy and Eli Soriano and their ...

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Corp. and Inc.

Ian Alfredo Magno (Editor’s note: This column should have been published on Saturday. Our apologies.)   PERHAPS many have already (at least once) come across a signage or print elsewhere depicting an establishment or business with the term “Inc.” or “Corp.” appended at the tip of its name. Basically, “Corp.” ...

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The elusive clothing allowance

Egay Uy SOMEBODY asked me a few months ago: “Who owns the amount given to government employees as clothing or uniform allowance?” My answer was, “Of course, the employees!” Clothing allowance may be considered as part of the total remuneration of the employee such that any amount that is left ...

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