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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.

IPs from Minda complete livelihood skills training

Some 50 Matigsalug trainees recently completed a series of skills training conducted by AboitizPower subsidiary Therma South, Inc. (TSI) and the Aboitiz Foundation, Inc., together with the Department of Trade and Industry in Region XI (DTI-XI). The trainings, which are part of the ongoing comprehensive crafts livelihood project spearheaded by ...

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Missing Duterte?

Jun Ledesma PRESIDENT Duterte disappeared from the radar screen and his absence makes the mind of Sen. Trillanes wonder. The way he sounded it is even more titillating as he complains why the weary Rody cannot even wake up from his deep slumber. It was Independence Day and he had ...

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Sweetheart defense

Ian Alfredo Magno   LOVE is not a license for lust.  Hence, many times, the courts had consistently rejected the sweetheart theory, when employed by the accused as a matter of defense in rape cases. The sweetheart theory is a last-ditch, desperate (at times, hopeless) attempt of the defense to ...

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UP to stage concert for Marawi

THE University of the Philippines will sponsor a concert on June 21 for the benefit of Marawi City residents, most of whom have left their homes since fighting began between government soldiers and the Maute Group in May 23. To be held at the GT-Toyota Asian Cultural Center at UP ...

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TV reporter apologizes for inaccurate story on raid

By Mariz Revales Contributor and Nora Sorino of GSD-Iligan bureau MARAWI City–A reporter of TV giant GMA has apologized to a former Lanao del Sur mayor for identifying him as the owner of a house that yielded a kilo of suspected shabu during a raid in Marawi City. Reporter Sandra ...

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Preparing for the worst: From rescue to retrieval

MARAWI City–As bombs dropped from the skies on areas held by the Maute Group, the Provincial Crisis Management Committee (PCMC) met with agencies to prepare for the retrieval of the dead in the conflict zone once the military declares these areas cleared. Volunteer rescuers were also gathered to attend a ...

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Moreno honors past Cagayan de Oro, Misor leaders

MAYOR Oscar Moreno yesterday honored former mayors and congressmen, giving them credit for what the city has become today. Among those acknowledged by Moreno as he delivered his annual report on the state of the city in time for its 67th Charter Day celebration were the late former mayors Max ...

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My Marawi

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental–Marawi City is another hometown to me. I spent four years of my vagabond life in the place as a young, fiery, ambitious and adventurous student of Mindanao State University (MSU) who lived, ate,  played, loved and dreamed in the foggy, rolling cogonal hills of  Barrio ...

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China’s One Belt, One Road

Mac Valledor NOTHING about China’s “Belt and Road” project is small–from the size of its investments to the guest list (Russian President Vladimir Putin; our very own President Duterte; Italian PM Paolo Gentiloni; IMF managing director Christine Lagarde, Chinese President Xi Jinping) for the recent conference in Beijing to rave ...

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Mothers were heroines

Samira Ali Gutoc ILIGAN City–Mothers were heroes in the Marawi crisis. One mother of 12 literally walked kilometers, dragged the whole brood together through rice paddies to escape any aerial or ground bullets towards Iligan City. Sadly, some evacuees did not survive–one lady collapsed to her death, and one nine-month old ...

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