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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.

Duka Bay’s controversial star

Gregorio Miguel Pallugna THE recent controversy surrounding the Shrine of “Our Lady – Star of the Sea” at the entry point of the magnificent “Paradise” dive site at Duka Bay Resort, Medina, Misamis Oriental, has aroused serious discussions and disagreement among many of the people of the town of Medina and ...

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The Code that never was

A.Paulita Roa WHEN I was a high school student, I remember that the Kalantiaw Code was compared to the Hammurabi Code of ancient Babylon. A quick search in Wikipedia revealed that this code dates back to 1772 B.C. It is considered one of the oldest deciphered writings in the world. ...

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More than 4,000 Filipinos educated on Weather 101

The journey to a #WeatherWiser nation has been gaining momentum as more than 4,000 Filipinos are now equipped with basic knowledge on weather, not only for disaster preparedness, but also to help evaluate its impact on businesses and socio-economic growth. Private weather information provider WeatherPhilippines Foundation, Inc. reported 4,076 individuals ...

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NPA exposes weak security measures

By NITZ ARANCON and SHIELA MAE BUTLIG with EDWIN IYO Correspondents THE New People’s Army yesterday flexed its muscles in eastern Misamis Oriental, showing that it can do as it pleases within 10 minutes and then get away with it without government and its security forces being able to do ...

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Duterte eyes strategic shift in peace process

PRESIDENTIAL Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza yesterday said President Duterte is eyeing a “strategic shift” under his term in order to address the decades-long insurgency and rebellion in the country. Duterte, along with Dureza and government chief peace negotiator Silvestre Bello III, met with left-leaning cabinet members National ...

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Calang hails proposal for bilateral ceasefire

A RELIGIOUS leader here on Monday welcomed the pronouncement of the Communist Party to discuss the forging of bilateral ceasefire agreement with the government. In a statement, Bishop Felixberto Calang, main convenor and co-chair of the Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform, said the pronouncement was the most positive development in the ...

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Casino or no casino?

Bencyrus Ellorin   I FIND it queer some are spreading false information that the City Hall is the proponent of the casino. They may be barking up the wrong tree. Early this month, Limketkai and Sons Inc. wrote the City Council through Vice Mayor Joaquin “Kikang” Uy, to request the ...

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The full cycle of waste recycling

Ike Señeres THE real beginning of the full cycle of recycling should be the regulation of consumer packaging, so that post consumer waste (PCW) should not add up as it should. As far as I know however, there is no government agency that is actively regulating the materials used in ...

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