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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.

To silence drug pushers?

Batas Mauricio BROADCASTER Vic Somintac raised an interesting insight that the ongoing killings around the country, just days before President-elect Duterte is to assume office are actually the handiwork of drug lords masquerading as policemen or law enforcement agents in active service. Somintac said many people are actually entertaining the ...

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Questionable Comelec decision

THE Kabataan partylist decries the Commission on Election (Comelec) over its decision to grant the request of the ruling Liberal Party to extend the deadline for filing of Statement of Campaign Contributions and Expenditures (Soce) after Mar Roxas and the Liberal Party failed to meet the deadline set by law ...

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Oro journos remember infamous Massacre

JOURNALISTS in the city yesterday gathered at the Press Freedom Monument on A. Velez St. to commemorate the 6th year and seventh month of the infamous Maguindanao Massacre. The Cagayan de Oro Press Club (COPC) that spearheaded the activity also issued a manifesto, appealing to the incoming Duterte administration to ...

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Why not?

Naguib Sinarimbo  COTABATO City–Don’t get me wrong. I am as excited as many Mindanawons about federalism. Our excitement, however, should not distract us from the equally important, if not the most important question, that needs to be settled now: the Bangsamoro Question. Let me outline the reasons. It is important to ...

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Move on na

Bencyrus Ellorin WHILE things start to look brighter at City Hall with the local bureaucracy enthusiastic about the change that has started and is forthcoming, one side of local politics refuses to see the light. Elections form part of the core of democracy as it gives the people, the sovereign, ...

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PNoy’s hits and misses

Ruffy Magbanua “There never is a good time for tough decisions. There will always be an opposition or something else. You have to pick courage and do it. Governance is about taking tough, even unpopular, decisions.”-Jairam Ramesh  WITH just a few winks left, the final curtain would fall on PNoy. Now ...

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Rehabilitation vs penalization

Ike Señeres WHAT enters the language is often difficult to remove, and sometimes it takes decades to do so. Such is the case of the word penalize, a word that has stuck to the language of the justice system even up to now. As we know it now, the word ...

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A bright prospect for peace

THE rise of the President-elect Rodrigo Duterte to the highest office in the land portends peace to our country which has been wracked by violence for decades if not centuries now. The Muslims  arrived in Sulu in the 9th century as a result of the massacre of the Muslim Arabs ...

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Thick clouds over Mindanao bring rains

THICK clouds from the south of Asia started affecting Mindanao, bringing rains and causing the suspension of classes in some areas. Called the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), the thick clouds are considered a breeding ground for low-pressure areas or potential cyclones. Cloudy skies with light to moderate rains and thunderstorms ...

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