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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.

The tax war against the poor

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental–The move to impose new or higher excise taxes on  locally produced or processed food products is an indication that the administration is now going to lean heavily on indirect taxation as a policy to raise tax revenue. Excise tax, sales tax, ad valorem tax and ...

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The bizarre ideas of Lito Lapid

Elson  Elizaga FORMER actor and senator Lito Lapid finished high school but didn’t go to college. He doesn’t speak English well. So, he was often ridiculed, usually by those privileged to have higher education. Ironically, it was Lapid and not his critics who proposed ideas to protect the health and ...

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MILF, Cafgu clash in Norcot

By Basir Alipolo Correspondent Pigcawayan, North Cotabato — MILF commandos from 105th Base Command of the Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces (BIAF) allegedly led by Abdulrashid Ali also known as Commander RP figured in an armed encounter with barangay tanods and the Citizen Armed Force and Geographical Unit (Cafgu) of Sitio ...

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PGSO database now 100 percent complete

The Provincial General Services Office (PGSO) of Misamis Oriental’s database is now 100% complete after a six-month processing of the information relative to the number of selected regular employees and their names and the items and equipment assigned to them. Matthew Vallecer, PGSO Head, announced this yesterday, during the flag-raising ...

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CA denies petition to lift Regencia TRO

By FRANK DOSDOS JR. Correspondent ILIGAN City–The Court of Appeals has denied the petition of former vice mayor Ruderic Marzo for it to lift its 60-day temporary restraining order (TRO) against the ombudsman’s ruling to dismiss and disqualify from public office Mayor Celso Regencia. The Office of the Ombudsman has ...

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Lopez to Cimatu: Crack down on quarrying, mining operations

FORMER Environment Secretary Regina “Gina” Lopez on Friday called on her her successor, Roy Cimatu, to launch a no-nonsense campaign to stop those destroying the environment through illegal quarrying and irresponsible  mining,  among others. Lopez said Environment Secretary Cimatu should use his military training to put an end to these ...

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Kikang now acting mayor as Oca leaves for Cambodia

VICE Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy assumed as acting mayor of the city yesterday. He was named as acting mayor by Mayor Oscar Moreno who left for Siem Reap, Cambodia yesterday for a two-day conference aimed at exploring the Philippine government-National Democratic Front’s peace process. The conference starts today until tomorrow ...

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