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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.

Teddy, the Boy!

Gregorio Miguel Pallugna TEDDY Boy Locsin is a breath of fresh air. Not because he is always right (he is often not) but because he manages to act like a child despite the high position and regard he has been afforded by society. Just very recently, Teddy Boy again made headlines ...

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HR group tells UN rights envoy: Probe extrajudicial killings

By MART D. SAMBALUD Davao Today DAVAO City — A human rights group urged United Nations special rapporteur Agnes Callamard to probe deeper into the extrajudicial killings in the country involving indigenous peoples, farmers, activists and human rights defenders. “We urge concerned UN Special Rapporteurs to likewise look into the ...

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Misor jail has new, larger site

Five-hectare lot in Initao town will be ready for occupancy for the new Misamis Oriental Provincial Jail as soon as papers for its acquisition are completed soon. “The PPP Code (Public-Private-Partnership) is already approved by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan through Board Members Boboy Sabal and Wayne Militante (as main sponsor of ...

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Consul on changes to BBL draft held

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr. Correspondent MARAWI City — Consultations on the proposed amendments to the Bangsamoro Basic Law that failed to pass in Congress during the past administration have started with a session held at the Mindanao State University main campus in this city recently. The proposed amendments were ...

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Sue alleged abusive soldiers, Army dares

By MART D. SAMBALUD Correspondent DAVAO City — The Army’s 10th Infantry Division dared Anakpawis Rep. Ariel Casilao to file cases in courts against soldiers whom he believed committed abuses in the performance of their duty as state security forces. “As we have always said, we call on the good ...

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Guv hands over P3m for Brigada Eskwela preps

A Department of Education (DepEd 10) official admired the Provincial Government’s strong support to 349 elementary and 81 secondary schools in Misamis Oriental to make the Brigada Eskwela 2017 a success. DepEd 10-Balingasag District Supervisor Ms. Maylinda Vequezo said she was very happy that Governor Bambi Emano spared them time ...

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‘Lookout’ in NPA raid on security agency caught

By LITO RULONA and NITZ ARANCON Correspondents POLICE arrested a suspected guerrilla as it launched pursuit operations against New People’s Army rebels who posed as police officers when they raided a security agency to cart away high-powered firearms in Valencia City on Friday night. Rebels also seized a soldier at ...

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‘Respect CA decision but don’t vote for members’

“DON’T vote for those who rejected the appointment of Gina Lopez.” This, according to Mayor Oscar Moreno, is what supporters of former Environment Secretary Regina Lopez can do as a “counter-measure” against members of the Commission on Appointments who voted against her appointment. While CA members can be criticized, Moreno ...

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Oro cracks down on street kids, mendicants

TIRED AND SLEEPY. A girl looks at an exhausted poverty-stricken amputee sleeping on a sidewalk in Divisoria. The man named Bong-bong says he slept on cold concrete after hours of asking pedestrians for alms. (photo by nitz arancon) SOCIAL workers hauled off over 100 street children to two temporary shelters ...

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