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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.

Poor Pinoys to get supply of common medicines for free this year

STARTING this year, five million Filipino families belonging to the poorest of the poor category will be provided with two common medications in their homes by the Department of Health (DOH). Health Secretary Janette Garin said the families identified by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) as belonging ...

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Clergymen frown over Duterte death penalty plan

MEMBERS of the clergy have slammed the statement of presidential aspirant and Davao Mayor Rodrigo Duterte regarding his plan to revive the death penalty if he is elected to the highest office in the country. Retired Archbishop Oscar Cruz said he was shocked upon hearing about the plan, noting that ...

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New year with Mary

Fr. Leo Pabayo A LARGE number of visitors had already poured into Bethlehem that day when Mary and husband Joseph entered the town with their slow footed donkey. Thus no lodging place was left for them. Joseph pleaded to innkeepers that a shelter fit for a pregnant woman was needed ...

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Self-examination

Batas Mauricio AFTER the euphoria of Christmas celebrations, the time would certainly be ripe for all who believe in Christmas to ponder on what we did, or did not do, to celebrate, in 2015, the so-called birth of Jesus Christ, our God and Savior. Did you, like millions of other ...

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New year noise can traumatize animals

THE Philippine Animal Welfare Society (Paws) and the EcoWaste Coalition jointly urged the public to have mercy on animals who suffer a lot from the deafening sounds of firecrackers and fireworks to welcome the New Year. The animal and environmental rights groups deplored the “acoustical violence” inflicted upon pet and ...

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Rizal!

A. Paulita Roa THE period of exile of Dr. Jose P. Rizal  in Dapitan is thought to be the happiest and most fulfilling time of his life. He opened the first English school in Mindanao there and won a major prize in the national lottery or lotto that enabled him ...

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Christmas: the larger picture (2)

Fr. Leo Pabayo WHAT we now know of God started with Abraham. It is now unknown to us the gradual growth in his consciousness that led to his discovery or encounter with God. But this discovery or encounter came about as the result of God taking the initiative to reveal ...

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