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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.

Lorenzana, Esperon now talk of rehab for Marawi

MARAWI City–The war is not over but Defense  Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon were talking about rehabilitating Marawi on Day 17 of the clashes with the terrorist Maute Group here. “We are preparing the rehabilitation program for Marawi once we clear the last pocket of resistance. ...

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Living dangerously

Ruffy Magbanua KYOTO, Japan–From the irreparable damage of the ongoing war against terrorism in Marawi to the untimely deaths at the Resorts World Manila  inflicted by a distraught gun man, these tragic events created a sting of negative impression among our Japanese friends  here. One of those was Jenko, a retired ...

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Days before the siege

By Sittie Ayeesha Dicali Mindanews ILIGAN City–I have talked a lot about my hometown Marawi on my blog in a negative light. There is so much that I despise about our city, from our dirty politics to the heaps of trash that grow into mountains on our streets. Marawi is ...

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Selective justice at play again?

Batas Mauricio WELL, here we go again–in this world of selective justice that is called the Philippines, we see only the small fries getting fried, literally and figuratively, with punishments, while the big fries get away scot-free and untainted with any liabilities. I am referring here to the pronouncement of ...

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Guingona leads 119th Independence Day in Gingoog city today

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent Gingoog City — City Mayor Marie Guingona will lead the commemoration of 119th Independence Day today at Rizal Park, here. Barangay officials from 79 barangays including representatives from the local business  sector and civic organizations are expected to joint the celebration today. The mayor will be ...

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Lumad groups hit Duterte for failed promises

By PAULO C. RIZAL Davao Today DAVAO City — Lumad leaders expressed disappointment over President Rodrigo Duterte’s failed promises to protect their communities from dislocation as a result of military operations, moreso, with the imposition of Martial Law in Mindanao. Datu Jimboy Mandagit, chairperson of Kaugalingong Sistema sa Igpasasindog to ...

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Safety body tackles Oro security concerns

With the present situation of the region, let us not wait for any violence to happen in our city for us to learn our lesson but for us to take into consideration the bitter experiences of other cities like Davao, Iligan, Zamboanga, and Cotabato brought along by various terrorist attacks. ...

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