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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.

Tejero faces another complaint over coop office, canteen closure

EMBATTLED City Central School principal Arnold Tejero is now facing another complaint–this time, for allegedly padlocking the office of a teachers’ cooperative and one of the campus canteens that it has been running. Lydia Tubella, who is in charge of the Oro Teachers Multi-Purpose Cooperative, said Dr. Tejero closed down ...

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Hit me, baby, one more time

Rhona Canoy SO… City councilor violently invades an RTA enforcer’s personal space. A lot of people have already expressed their opinion on this, so I might as well add mine to the hot steaming pile. Just after I had been given the privilege to talk to our RTA people during ...

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Plight of the orphans

Ian Alfredo Magno INDEED, the only thing constant in this world is change.  And with the ever shifting of events, the struggle to keep one’s footing in any facet of life is unavoidably relentless–the struggle to beat those deadlines, keeping up with tight schedules, sustaining commitments, fulfilling certain roles and assignments, ...

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Parliaments of the villages

Ike Señeres IN theory and in practice, a parliamentary system combines all the three functions of government, namely judicial, legislative and executive. While many sectors of our society are advocating the adoption of the parliamentary system at the national level, many among us are seemingly unaware that that system is ...

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Leni’s claim lacks basis

Batas Mauricio I CAN concede that Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez Jr. of the House of Representatives is possessed with good and noble intentions in pursuing the re-imposition of the death penalty for Filipino criminals who commit heinous crimes. Yes, the objective is to eliminate criminality, particularly the proliferation of illegal drugs, ...

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LP denies ouster plot

SENATORS from the Liberal Party (LP) yesterday denied allegations that they were plotting to oust President Duterte and install Vice President Ma. Leonor Robredo instead. Speaking on behalf of the LP, Senate President Pro-Tempore Franklin Drilon said that the party “categorically denies” the allegation. “That’s not true. We have not ...

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No evidence of state-sponsored killings, Senate committees say

A SENATE panel ruled out any proof of state-sponsored killings under the intensified anti-drug campaign under the administration of President Duterte. The panel said there was also no evidence on the existence of the so-called vigilante group Davao Death Squad (DDS), and Duterte’s alleged hand in the killings of suspected ...

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