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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.

A challenge for Duterte

Jude Josue Sabio ON May 25, 2015, Aries Joseph Hegina wrote an article in the Philippine Daily Inquirer titled “Duterte confirms ‘ties’ with Davao Death Squad.” The article stated that “(I)n an interview in the local television program ‘Gikan sa Masa, Para sa Masa’ which aired on Sunday, Duterte admitted his ...

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20 Sayyaf men yield to military in Basilan

TWENTY members of the Abu Sayyaf yesterday surrendered and laid down eight high-powered firearms to the government in Basilan. Maj. Filemon Tan Jr., Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) spokesperson, said the surrenderers were led by ASG sub-leader Katatong Balaman a.k.a. Tatong. Tan said the group of Balaman surrendered to Col. Thomas ...

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Siao seeks to split annexes from its mother schools

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr., Sita Asequia, Correspondents, and Nora Soriño, Iligan City Bureau Chief ILIGAN City — Congressman Frederick W. Siao of the Lone District of this city has filed five bills before the lower house which seek to separate five school annexes from its main school. According to ...

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Siao back from study tour in China

Frederick W. Siao ILIGAN CITY – This city’s lone district Congressman Frederick W. Siao is back from a study tour in China recently. Siao was one of the delegates led by Senator Cynthia Villar of the Nacionalista Party to the China-Asean Expo (Caexpo) at Nanning International Convention Center, People’s Republic ...

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Duterte in Oro today to inaugurate power plant

PRESIDENT Duterte is scheduled to be in the city today for the switch-on of Mindanao’s largest power plant. Duterte would inaugurate the new power plant of the FDC-Misamis Power Corp. of the Filinvest Group in Villanueva, Misamis Oriental. In July, the first unit of the 405-mw power plant was successfully ...

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Stop blaming media

THE National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) deplores the recent social media attacks on our colleagues, freelance journalist Gretchen Malalad, and Al Jazeera correspondent Jamela Alindogan-Caudron, which have gone beyond legitimate criticism of their professional output to outright threats on their persons. The media, whether here or elsewhere, ...

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When the Church and State were one

A. Paulita Roa THERE is an old story that was often told to us by my father and his siblings about their grandaunt of the Roa y Racines side during the Spanish colonial era. She was a very pious woman who went to church daily for her house was located ...

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Video conferencing

Ike Señeres VIDEO conferencing is nothing new. For all intents and purposes, it is really just teleconferencing but with video added. Perhaps what is new about it is that it is cheaper now, and is even more secure. What makes it cheaper now is that it could now be done ...

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NGCP pushes for law to ease transmission projects

POWER grid operator, NGCP, reiterates its support for the passage of the “Anti-Power Line Disturbance Act”, which will criminalize the deliberate planting of trees, and the construction of any structure within the right-of-way (ROW) clearances of power lines across the country. NGCP is hopeful that the 17th Congress, which convened ...

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