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Historical revision

By Erick  San Juan JAPAN’S policy of glorification of the country’s World War II militarism, spreading of ultranationalist values within the country raises concerns in the Asia-Pacific region. Accelerated strengthening of its military capabilities, launched procedure of working out of legislative basis for refusing from postwar pacifist principles fixed in the ...

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A Mother’s Love

BREASTFEEDING advocates in Cagayan de Oro are looking forward for more awareness programs for lactating moms in the city and neighboring places. Every third Saturday, the group of new moms calling themselves ‘Mommy Bright Side’, will be holding an awareness seminar for their fellow nursing moms at Maria Reyna Hospital ...

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Inflation and Juan dela Cruz

By Jay Valleser BURIED in one inside page of the Gold Star Daily (Feb. 24 issue) was the news of how inflation has gone up to 4.2%. Inflation has been pegged for several decades now at 4% (since 1982). Simply, this means that the cost of anything you bought in ...

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The moment of truth

By Egay Uy A REVIEW of the 2003 tax code of the city could mean one of many things: that the 2015 budget of the Moreno administration is about to be capped by the city council this early. The reported review of the tax measure could mean a reduction in ...

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A matter of desire

By Fr. Roy Cimagala A BEAUTIFUL thought crossed my mind the other day as I was reading some writings of St. Augustine, that revered Church Father whose works have left a great, if not indelible impact on Christian believers through the centuries and up to now. I thought of sharing ...

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Pathetic

By Patricio Diaz GENERAL Santos City––As this article was being written, the search, rescue and relief operations in Tacloban City was expected to improve – that is, search the ruins to rescue any survivor and retrieve the dead and give relief to the victims. On November 13, five days after ...

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‘Stop the fighting so we can go back to school’: special child

By WALTER BALANE of Mindanews MALAYBALAY City –– After attending Special Education (Sped) classes at the city central school here, 20-year old Cyrus Kent John Ramago wanted to finish a course in one of Mindanao’s premier training institutions for persons with disabilities (PWDs) based in Zamboanga City. But members of ...

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