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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.

First female CEGP president writes 30

THE VERY first female president of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines has passed away Thursday last week at the age of 102 years old. Former senator Helena Z. Benitez, the first female president of the Guild, served her term at the helm of CEGP in the year 1936-1937 ...

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DRUG WAR

By the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism BY official police data, from July 1 to 13 this year, the Duterte administration’s war on crime has already chalked up big, if macabre, numbers: 135 persons killed or about 10 persons a day on average, and 1,844 arrested or about 141 persons ...

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Ang mana…

Rhona Canoy SO… An acquaintance of mine is undergoing the travails of fighting over inherited property. It is sadly commonplace and has always made me wonder if there could be a particular point of view that nurtures this circumstance. How are we raised to have such an immense feeling of ...

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Everyone’s responsibility

Ian Alfredo Magno YOU reach out for the wallet in your pocket. And you can’t seem to find it.  Suddenly, you realize you don’t have it with you. Then you wonder where you last put it, or that it must have been misplaced, or worse, stolen. The next thing that happens, ...

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Leni’s attack raises eyebrows

Batas Mauricio NEWSPAPERS and other media outlets carried an item on July 13, 2016 which featured Vice President Leni Robredo assailing what she said was a “growing culture of vigilantism and violence” under the Duterte government which, just the other week, accepted her as a member of President Duterte’s official ...

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Cultivating a sense of media responsibility

Fr. Roy Cimagala I REMEMBER an interesting study made some years ago in an American paper about the effects of media on children. Distilled from some 173 researches done over a period of the past 30 years, the report said there’s strong and disturbing correlation between children spending a lot ...

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Armm receives P4-m worth of medical gear from Oxfam

By Teng Datu, Cotabato City Bureau Chief Cotabato City — The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (Armm) received P4-million worth of medical equipment from the international aid agency Oxfam and the European Union (EU). Justin Morgan, Oxfam country director, formally turned-over to Armm Executive Secretary Atty. Laisa Alamia and Dayang ...

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Cops raid two pension houses in Iligan city

By Hermie Arcilla, Nene Lachica, Correspondents  and Nora Soriño, Iligan City Bureau Iligan City — Operatives of Police Station 1 in Tambo, Hinaplanon, this city raided two pension houses and nabbed four drug suspects on Wednesday morning. Senior Insp. Felix Nuevo Rabago, Jr. identified the suspects as Ricky Claro Quilantang, 35, married, body ...

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