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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.

Robinsons sets opening date of mall

By Nora Sorino, GSD Iligan Bureau Chief   Iligan City – Robinsons would open on June 8. This was disclosed by Congressman Frederick Siao  adding that there would be 200 stores in the said mall, along with 6 cinemas  with ample parking space which can accomodate 547 cars and 147 ...

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Ernest Cu hailed as PH best CEO by FinanceAsia

Globe President & CEO Ernest Cu is the Philippines’ Best CEO by FinanceAsia.  The company ranked 3rd Best Managed Company in the country and was also cited in several other categories. According to FinanceAsia, a leading publisher of financial news in the Asia Pacific region, Cu bagged the top spot ...

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Beheaded Abu Sayyaf captive ill, military says

DAVAO City–A military official yesterday said the Filipino captain of a fishing boat who was abducted somewhere in the Celebes Sea on Dec. 20, 2016 was beheaded by the Abu Sayyaf on Thursday because he was ill and slowed down the group. Brig. Gen Cirilito Sobejana, commander of Joint Task ...

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Removing money from politics

Ike Señeres AS the saying goes, a newspaper columnist is entitled to his own opinion, and a writer can take poetic license to write what he wants to write about. Since I am now going to write about something seemingly preposterous in this article, I am now going to invoke ...

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Cracks on the wall

Ruffy Magbanua ONE noticeable fact during the series of earthquakes that hit Mindanao during the Holy Week, particularly in areas identified within or near the fault line,  was the “corrupt workmanship ” of public facilities like roads, bridges, buildings and other infrastructure. Posted on Facebook were images of cracked walls ...

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What if?

Maria Christina Concepcion LAST week, Cagayan de Oro and nearby Bukidnon and Cotabato was rocked by an earthquake. “What’s wrong with the earth?” I asked. Then I remembered the two articles I’ve written specifically on preparedness. I hope that the articles have somehow touched someone enough for them to seriously ...

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Of men and giants

By Carolina Villanueva Peralta Mindanews NEW York–The Philippines was featured in a documentary shown on a US television network. As a Filipino living in the USA, this brought a sense of pride. Scientists visit our country to study the largest fish species–the whale sharks otherwise known as the gentle giants ...

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Hinuklog: Lenten tradition lives on in Medina

MEDINA, Misamis Oriental — Every Holy Week, everyone in this town from public officials, workers, professionals to student, don their costumes and become actors in the reenactment of the traditional Lenten presentation, “Hinuklog” (Reflection). Even Energy Undersecretary Benito Ranque comes home and dons his costume as a market vendor. “Eight ...

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Planning, sharp execution resolved hostage drama successfully

On April 12, 2017 at about 4:15 in the afternoon, the City Public Safety Company (CPSC) under the command of Supt. Allan Palomo together with the Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)/K9 teams, Technical Supporting Platoon (TSP) and Bugo Rapid Deployment Platoon personnel responded to a call ...

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Tesda to offer free skills training to returning OFWs, says exec

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) said that it will provide free skills training to returning Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who worked in foreign countries affected by crisis or those who have problems with their employers abroad. Tesda Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong said that the free ...

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