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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.

Brexit, federalism and the peace process

Bencyrus Ellorin The United Kingdom of Great Britain wants to leave the European Union in a historic vote on June 23, 2016. This development is relevant to the forthcoming plan of the incoming administration to shift to federalism and the stalled final peace process between the Government of the Philippines ...

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Open governance

Ike Señeres Transparency International (TI) describes open governance “as a concept that moves beyond the traditional notion of government and describes the relationship between leaders, public institutions and citizens, their interaction and decision making processes.” As defined by TI, open governance is comprised of three main elements—rights, institutions and policies, ...

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Moreno vetoes budget

By Cong B. Corrales, Associate Editor The City Council known to obstruct initiatives of Mayor Oscar Moreno convenes for the last time today with the mayor issuing a veto of the 2016 Appropriation Ordinance on Friday. It remains to be seen if the Padayon Pilipino could muster at least 12 ...

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City police ready to go full blast with ‘Oplan Tokhang’

THIS city’s top brass has expressed confidence in winning the battle against illegal drugs saying they already have the funds to conduct ‘Operation Tokhang’ (knock-plead) across the city at full blast. Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (Cocpo) Director P/Sr. Supt. Faro Antonio Olaguera issued a strong message to drug ...

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Stop calling us ‘promdis’

Ruffy Magbanua “We shouldn’t judge people through the prism of our own stereotypes.” —Queen Rania of Jordan RODY “Digong’ Duterte, the next president of this Republic, comes from Mindanao.  Leni Robredo, the incoming vice president, comes from Naga. Duterte’s choice of his cabinet secretaries are basically from the provinces. And we ...

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Ready for constitutional reform?

Michael Henry Yusingco MELBOURNE–Many constitutional scholars maintain that pathologies in a constitution can emerge during its reign. These pertain to provisions in the constitutional text itself that may have been designed with good intentions but have eventually become debilitating to the political system it purports to govern. Our very own ...

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All about Duterte

Kaye Jumangit SINCE mid-April 2016, I have been reading Duterte news. Not that I wanted to read them, but it’s all I ever could see on paper, on television and of course, on social media. I came to a point I got fed up picking up the paper the next day, ...

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PNoy is wrong in claiming honor for PH

Batas Mauricio I AM really sorry but I cannot agree with outgoing President Aquino’s pronouncement at the 118th anniversary of the Department of Foreign Affairs that the Philippines “has already redeemed its integrity around the world.” Our country remains to be the subject of ridicule in the community of nations, ...

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Ombudsman junks charges vs Marzo

By Tomasita Asequia, Correspondent EMBATTLED Iligan City Vice Mayor Ruderic Marzo and his political allies can now heave a sigh of relief—at least for the time being. This, after the Office of the Ombudsman in Manila dismissed the charges filed against them by incumbent and Mayor-elect Celso Regencia. Marzo and ...

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Misor jail guards intercept shabu

JAIL guards at the Misamis Oriental Provincial Jail confiscated a sachet of suspected shabu after conducting its third surprise inspection on Friday morning. Jail Warden Dominador Tagarda posited that the illegal drugs may have been thrown inside the facility by an accomplice. “Dili man makadala ang mga dalaw og illegal ...

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