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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.

Stop calling it a hero’s burial

Batas Mauricio I BELIEVE we can all avoid much of the contentious discussions the country is having right now on the burial of President Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, by not calling it a “hero’s burial” or a “state funeral.” I suggest we can just call the burial ...

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3 drug suspects fall in buy-bust

AT least one high-value target and two others were arrested by the Detective Management Desk-City Special Operation Group of the Cagayan de Oro City Police Office last Friday. Elements of the DMD, led by Chief Insp. Harvey S. Abellanosa, together with CPSC team, under the supervision and control of Supt. ...

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Girl raped, killed by 2 brothers laid to rest

By EDWIN IYO Correspondent GINGOOG City–Officials of the Department of Education (Deped) on Thursday led the burial rites for the 10-year old pupil who was raped and strangled in Bal-ason here early this week. Assistant schools division superintendent Edgar Abanil said the Deped in this city would be supporting the ...

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Timeline

Rhona Canoy SO… I started out writing a draft for my column this week thinking on mortality. But somewhere along the way, my easily-distractable train of thought took a turn and led me to a new place, with wonderful new and strange things to ponder. My mom is still thankfully ...

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Sweetie or Joenellll?

Ian Alfredo Magno FOR starters, it appeared to put flesh – plenty of it in fact – to the local slang “basta drayber swit laber!”  Rumor has it that copies of the leaked sex video involving a lady senator and her cohort este, escort driver are surreptitiously circulating in the ...

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City info holds crash course on criminal law for journos

By NICOLE MANAGBANAG, Correspondent Several reporters from print and radio outlets participated a crash course on Basic Criminal Procedure and Provisional Remedies on Thursday here. The half-day activity was an initiative of the City Information Office. Lawyer Dale Bryan Mordeno served as the resource person of the crash course. According ...

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Dads mull creation of housing dept

THE 18th City Council supports the proposal to create Housing Department. This was discussed during the Legislative Forum held this week. During the forum, Councilor Marivic Co-Pilar, chairperson of the Urban Poor and Housing and Human Settlement Committee of Quezon City Council gave a background on the institutionalization and its ...

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