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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.

The ‘no-perfect’ excuse

ALL of a sudden, we are nowadays hearing a lot of people invoking the “no-perfect” alibi to rationalize their views. There’s no perfect father, no perfect mother, no perfect child, no perfect family, no perfect etcetera. And now that we are getting into the usually hot political season, we are ...

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Forever in the grip of power

Temario Rivera UNTIL the country undergoes a sweeping social change, elections will remain to be monopolized by political families with no substantial impact on the people’s lives. Not having served as an accountability mechanism, Philippine elections are exclusivist enabling political families to persist through generations while non-dynastic but otherwise qualified ...

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IP youth receives early Christmas gifts from Hedcor

To attain sustainable inclusive growth, Hedcor continues its Technical Vocational Program for secondary students of adopted schools located in its host communities as early Christmas gifts. Recently, after evaluating and assessing the current needs and interest of both the market place and the target beneficiaries, Hedcor turned over electrical tools ...

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Pagasa sees fair weather on Christmas, days ahead

EXCEPT for isolated light rains, most parts of the country would continue to experience fair weather until Christmas day as northeast monsoon remains the dominant weather system now affecting the country, said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) yesterday. Pagasa weather forecaster Aldczar Aurelio said the northeast ...

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Too early to tell

Batas Mauricio THE latest Pulse Asia survey showing Vice President Jejomar Binay regaining the lead in voters’ preference in connection with the 2016 presidential elections is really no cause for celebration, or, conversely, mourning, for the other aspirants, notably Sen. Grace Poe, Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, and Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago. If ...

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Christmas past

A. Paulita Roa IT is in the region of Northern Mindanao that the Spanish colonial administration was firmly entrenched as it stayed here the longest coupled by the fact that this is where the Catholic Church exercised its strongest influence for three centuries. Notice the everyday Binisaya that we speak–it ...

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Christmas in the Year of Mercy

Robert Z. Cortes IN the run-up towards Christmas – last night in particular – I felt impelled, for some reason, to return to Santa Maria in Monticelli. This church was one of the shrines I featured in an article I wrote some weeks back to help me and my friends ...

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City hall wants to hold homecoming for Miss U

By: Froilan Gallardo Contributor CITY hall is planning to hold a big homecoming for newly crowned Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach if pageant organizers would permit her to visit her second hometown. Maricel Rivera, chief of the City Information Office, said the planned homecoming is dependent on the approval of the ...

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