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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.

Sulkud police officer awarded for yield of communist guerrillas

ISULAN, Sultan Kudarat — Police officials in Sultan Kudarat have been awarded Monday for the surrender of six New Peoples’ Army members over the weekend even as a police official junked claims by communist leaders of fake surrenderers. Senior Supt. Raul Supiter, Sultan Kudarat police director, said the firearms surrendered ...

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Duterte: Maute Group’s arsenal could match AFP’s

By Carolyn O. Arguillas MindaNews DAVAO City — President Rodrigo Duterte over the weekend said the Marawi Crisis is not a case of failure of intelligence but a case of connivance of politicians and warlords who allowed the Maute Group to stockpile firearms and ammunition in Marawi City that “could ...

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Cimatu bares DENR’s investor-friendly initiatives

Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu has assured foreign investors that the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) will continue to push for clean and green energy, promote proper management of water resources and solid waste, and ensure responsible mining. Speaking at the gathering of the European Chamber of Commerce of ...

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De Lima urges gov’t to address unemployment

SENATOR Leila de Lima has urged the government to arrest the rising unemployment and underemployment rates in the country, especially among the youth and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) displaced in conflict-stricken areas. In filing Senate Resolution No. 402, de Lima wanted the Senate labor committee to look into the rising ...

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Comelec to issue certification to Marawi registered voters

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) is ready to issue voter certifications to registered voters in Marawi City. But, Comelec Spokesperson Jame Jimenez noted that they do not know the number of people who have requested for the issuance of such document. “As of today (Monday), our field offices are ready ...

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Troops net P250m in shabu in Marawi

TROOPS operating against the terrorist Maute Group seized 11 kilograms of suspected shabu and high-powered weapons in strife-torn Marawi City on Sunday night. The haul is estimated to have a street value of P110 million to P250 million, and it is the biggest shabu catch so far in Marawi since ...

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Coast Guard brings nabbed Maute suspects back to Oro

AUTHORITIES yesterday brought back to this city three alleged members of the terrorist Maute Gang a day after their arrest in Iloilo City. Lt. Senior Grade Edison Diaz, acting Coast Guard station commander in Iloilo, said a Coast Guard team took the suspects and left Iloilo at around 5:30 am ...

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Years of denial and inaction

Arnold Garbanzos ILIGAN City– 1920 – The Sultans and Datus of Lanao requested then the US President that they wanted a federal government for Lanao and if not they would like to be part of the US as one of  its states, since only a federal government like the US can ...

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It is bad to be poor

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental–Always, in natural and man-made calamities, the poor bear the brunt of the disaster. In natural calamities, everywhere the poor who live in makeshift dwellings are often the  ones easily blown away by crazy  hurricanes, swept  to hell by violent , rampaging flood waters and tsunamis, ...

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Homeowners picket against cemetery in residential area

Residents in upper Macasandig and Indahag staged a picket rally last Saturday to protest the resumption of development work on Forest Lake Memorial Park project. Residents from Arroville Subd., Melecia Homes and Molloi Polloi assembled infront of the memorial park development project last Saturday morning to once again register their ...

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