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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.

City hall wants to hold homecoming for Miss U

By: Froilan Gallardo Contributor CITY hall is planning to hold a big homecoming for newly crowned Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach if pageant organizers would permit her to visit her second hometown. Maricel Rivera, chief of the City Information Office, said the planned homecoming is dependent on the approval of the ...

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Asteroid to pass by Earth on Christmas

IF Santa can’t cope with the delivery of gifts this Christmas, Earthmen will nonetheless not be left without presents. Astronomers have announced two appealing celestial events for Dec. 24 that would even please the Grinch: a flyby of a massive asteroid near the Earth, and a Christmas Eve full moon, ...

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Pia reaps Palace praise for poise, grace amid mix-up

MALACANANG yesterday praised newly crowned Miss Universe Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach for showing “tremendous poise and control” as comedian and pageant host Steve Harvey mistakenly announced her as first runner-up to Ariadna Gutierrez of Colombia. The 26-year old Wurtzbach appeared at a loss of what to do when Harvey admitted that ...

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Gabriela frowns over Wurtzbach’s US-friendly answer

MALAYBALAY City–The women’s rights advocate Gabriela yesterday congratulated Pia Wurtzbach for winning the Miss Universe crown but took exception to her stance in favor of US military presence in the country. In a statement, Gabriela said it “joins the Filipino nation in celebrating Ms. Pia Wurtzbach’s victory… We commend her ...

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Who’s violating the Charter?

Patricio Diaz GENERAL Santos City — The Philippine Star (Dec. 16, 2015: House drops opt-in provision from BBL) reported the House of Representatives “has decided to delete the controversial opt-in provision from the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) in a move to lessen opposition to the measure.” Let this be ...

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Climate change and sustainable development

Ike Señeres FIRST things first, we should get our act together to be able to respond to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG17) and the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) agreement as soon as possible. It has been months after SDG17 was launched, and I have not heard of any ...

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Disarm, disband militia groups

Rochamae Bihag, CEGP vice president for Mindanao IN the face of intense militarization and worsening human rights violations against the Lumad in Mindanao, the College Editors Guild of the Philippines – Mindanao denounce in the highest form the attacks of dela Mance paramilitary group. Dela Mance, under the Alamara, is ...

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