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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.

Suan seeks tax immunity for parking lot owners

THE city council’s committee on roads and traffic management is set to tackle Councilor Lordan Suan’s proposed ordinance that would exempt from real property tax payment owners of vacant lots in commercial districts who would turn their properties into free public parking lots. Suan said he proposed this because the ...

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Love blossoms amid war on terror

ILIGAN City–As government troops continue to fight against the Maute-Isis terror group in strife-torn Marawi City, a love between two people sparked at the Tent City in Pantar town, Lanao del Norte where 109 displaced families are situated. Proving that true love conquers all amid crisis and conflict, Norinsa Basher, ...

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Duterte suspends brgy, youth elections

PRESIDENT Duterte has signed into law Republic Act 10952 postponing the Oct. 23, 2017 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections to the second Monday of May 2018. The law was signed by the President on Monday. Under RA 10952, all incumbent barangay officials would remain in a holdover capacity, unless sooner ...

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On hazing and frats

Dave Achondo WHAT happened with the Aegis Juris fraternity that killed a new recruit during an alleged hazing is getting out of hand to the point that lawmakers are now planning to strengthen the Anti-Hazing law which, by the way, would prove futile because some fraternities simply practice hazing rites ...

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Our work should foster dignity

Fr. Roy Cimagala YES, that is how our work, whatever it is, should be. It should never enslave us, much less, corrupt and demonize us. It should foster our dignity as a person and a child of God. In other words, it should humanize and Christianize us! It should make ...

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My Carmelite mothers

By Elin Anisha Guro Mindanews MELBOURNE — I’m sharing with you what I wrote about my Carmelite Mothers few years ago (My Carmelite Mothers, Dec. 18, 2014), in happy recognition of Father Chito’s “rescue, release, escape” and whatever it is called or will be called in the future. There are ...

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Remembering Mayor Borja

A. Paulita Roa OCTOBER 3, 2017 marked the 53rd death anniversary of Mayor Justiniano R. Borja, the first elected City Mayor of Cagayan de Oro. He was so well-loved by his constituents that his was the biggest funeral that the city ever witnessed even to this day. A bronze statue ...

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Open letter to Bato

Letter DEAR Director General Ronald dela Rosa, Sir, what about your service’s motto, “To Serve and to Protect,” do you not get? One would think it is self-explanatory. Why then do you blame media for the bad rep the Philippine National Police has been getting over its members’ killing of ...

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Oro, DOST-10 to install early warning system in Bitan-ag

THE city council is continuously looking for ways to improve the city’s capabilities in disaster reduction and management. In its regular session this week, councilors passed an ordinance that will give City Mayor Oscar Moreno authority to enter into a memorandum of understanding with the Department of Science and Technology ...

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