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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.

Surnames and illegitimate kids

Joe Pallugna TIME and again the use of surnames of illegitimate children have come up as an issue. Confusion results when the father insists that his surname be used and the mother of the child refuses. Take the case Grace and Patricio who carried an illicit relationship as Patricio is ...

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Figure of speech and reliability

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental–Every time the President opens his mouth and comes out with a controversial statement that spurs critics to action, his phalanx of apologists, and hyperactive supporters are quick to downplay things saying that what the idol said was a figure of speech and did not  actually ...

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Prioritize urban poor issues, Duterte admin told

A caused-oriented group has lead the urban poor, Bagyong Sendong victims and demolition victims in the city to organized themselves and to ask President Rodrigo Duterte to act on their dire situation during the commemoration of the 68th Universal Declaration of Human Rights Day, over the weekend. Francisco Pagayaman, secretary ...

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Misor spent more than P105m for education program, says guv

By Edwin Iyo, Correspondent Gingoog City — The provincial capitol has already spent more than P105 million in support to education thoughout Misamis Oriental, Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano announced during the Education Week culmination day at the Arturo Lugod Gym, here last Thursday. Emano said the amount his office spent ...

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No ceasefire, no release of political detainees: Rody to NDF

DAVAO City–“Sorry, I cannot do that. ” President Duterte said he would not release 130 political prisoners before Christmas day unless he receives a signed bilateral ceasefire agreement between the government and the National Democratic Front (NDF) peace panels and witnessed by the third party facilitator from the Royal Norwegian ...

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Tejero faces another complaint over coop office, canteen closure

EMBATTLED City Central School principal Arnold Tejero is now facing another complaint–this time, for allegedly padlocking the office of a teachers’ cooperative and one of the campus canteens that it has been running. Lydia Tubella, who is in charge of the Oro Teachers Multi-Purpose Cooperative, said Dr. Tejero closed down ...

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Hit me, baby, one more time

Rhona Canoy SO… City councilor violently invades an RTA enforcer’s personal space. A lot of people have already expressed their opinion on this, so I might as well add mine to the hot steaming pile. Just after I had been given the privilege to talk to our RTA people during ...

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Plight of the orphans

Ian Alfredo Magno INDEED, the only thing constant in this world is change.  And with the ever shifting of events, the struggle to keep one’s footing in any facet of life is unavoidably relentless–the struggle to beat those deadlines, keeping up with tight schedules, sustaining commitments, fulfilling certain roles and assignments, ...

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Parliaments of the villages

Ike Señeres IN theory and in practice, a parliamentary system combines all the three functions of government, namely judicial, legislative and executive. While many sectors of our society are advocating the adoption of the parliamentary system at the national level, many among us are seemingly unaware that that system is ...

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