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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.

All our presidents were failures

Batas Mauricio IS it really important whether Mar Roxas graduated or not from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania? To me, that is not really important. What is really important is this: whether one is a graduate of this or that school, what matters is his heart and ...

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Bank celebrates success stories of clients in Mindanao

 Coming from a poor family, the young Jesus Veneracion worked his way through medical school in Manila. Upon the invitation of his brother, Dr. Veneracion moved to General Santos City where they saw an opportunity to put up a hospital as there was no hospital operating in the city then. ...

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Commies declare ceasefire in time for Christmas

By GENEVIEVE CANTOR Correspondent THE National Democratic Front-Communist Party of the Philippines yesterday declared a unilateral ceasefire from Dec. 23 to Jan. 3, 2016. In a statement, the NDF said that while the New People’s Army (NPA) would cease and desist from carrying out offensives against the military, police, a ...

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Judge issues gag order vs Regencia, Marzo groups

By NORA SORINO and SITA ASEQUIA of GSD-Iligan Bureau ILIGAN City–A regional judge on Monday ordered the groups of Mayor Celso Regencia and Vice Mayor Ruderic Marzo to stop from issuing comments in public about his temporary restraining order (TRO). Judge Arthur Abundiente of the Regional Trial Court Branch 4 ...

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Emano gifts public teachers P13 million

MISAMIS Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano has given 7, 210 public schools teachers of the province some P13 million as year-end gifts from the provincial government in two separate events last week. The first event was held in Gingoog City, Thursday, for the 1,237 teachers of the said city’s school ...

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Not the best but…

Batas Mauricio JUST exactly what is the reason why more and more Filipinos are openly declaring their vote and support for the presidential candidacy of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte in the 2016 elections? He already said he is a womanizer, he already showed he has a bad mouth and can ...

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Climate change mitigation

Ike Señeres IT is no longer possible to prevent climate change, but it is still possible to control it at a point that it no longer worsens. That is what the global summit in Paris is trying to do, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to a point that it will ...

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When right to bail ends

Joe Pallugna THERE are several misconceptions about the right to bail that the Supreme Court has to rule clearly in a number of cases. Sec. 13, Article II of the Philippine Constitution provides that “All persons, except  those charged with offenses punishable by reclusion perpetua when evidence of guilt is ...

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