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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.

Telco wins Anvil award’s company of the year

For the second straight year, Smart Communications won the Company of the Year citation at the Anvil Awards, after receiving the highest number of Gold Anvils for its public relations programs. Smart received 17 Gold Anvils and seven Silver Anvils in a ceremony organized recently by the Public Relations Society ...

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5 Dayo rape-slay suspects charged

By NITZ ARANCON with LITO RULONA, Correspondents AN angry mob nearly lynched the five suspects in the killing of education student Cherrymae Dayo at city hall yesterday afternoon. Thousands gathered and watched as police brought the five suspects–Warren Amarga, Joan Escalante, Angel Mae Narigua, Joel Jonson, and a minor–to the ...

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Xavier U sets death penalty forum with Maxie, three other solons

XAVIER University’s Social Development Office yesterday tentatively scheduled a forum on the proposed restoration of the death penalty tomorrow following Rep. Maximo Rodriguez’s announcement that he has accepted its offer for him to explain his vote in favor of the controversial bill. Nestor Banuag, advocacy coordinator of Xavier’s Social Development ...

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Misor travel advisory stays

OVER a week after ordering tourists barred from certain areas in Misamis Oriental, the capitol yesterday said its travel ban would remain until the Army certifies that the hotspots are now safe. Misamis Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano said this even after the National Police issued a March 9 “safe ...

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Mob anger

Cong Corrales “Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgment.” – J.R.R. Tolkien, Fellowship of the Ring (Gandalf’s Advice) LAST week, the city was overwhelmed with anger when the Balinado ...

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A Senate inquiry to suppress information?

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental–A Senate inquiry in aid of legislation is simply that–to help the legislators in the crafting of possible laws on something of vital interest to the nation. The Senate may invite government officials or functionaries and private individuals to serve as resource persons to shed light ...

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FTW!

Gregorio Miguel Pallugna WONDER WOMAN has recently been a recurring figure in superhero movies,  consistently defeating the men in most of the fight scenes she plays. And people–men and women alike–love it! This transformation of how women are being portrayed on screen is a glimpse of how women are now more ...

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Sandra Cam’s reaction to criticisms pure hogwash

Batas Mauricio THE reaction of erstwhile whistleblower Sandra Cam to criticisms towards her having berated an airport employee who did not allow her to use the VIP lounge at the facility if she did not pay the fee for such use–that those criticisms were part of a grand plan of ...

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Armm supports drive to rid country of rabies

Cotabato City — The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (Armm), through its Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) and partner agencies, are taking steps to help achieve a rabies-free Philippines by 2020. Rabies is a fatal but preventable disease of dogs and other domesticated animals, which is transmissible to humans ...

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Alleged big time shabu pusher falls

BUTUAN City — Alleged big-time shabu pusher, who has eluded arrest many times, was finally arrested early dawn on Thursday by a joint team of the National Police and the Drug Enforcement Agency here in Caraga region. PDEA-Caraga regional director Gilbert Buenafe identified the suspect as Jabbar Dangcogan, 23, a ...

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