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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.

Comelec’s fail-safe in Misor: 400 cops

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent . THE Commission on Elections (Comelec) would be training over 400 police officers to operate its vote-counting machines in Misamis Oriental, provincial elections supervisor Aleli Dayo-Ramirez said yesterday. Ramirez told a news conference that the officers would be taught how to use the vote counters as ...

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Congressional bets agree on need for drainage plan

By URIEL C. QUILINGUING Contributing editor . FOUR of the six contenders for Cagayan de Oro’s two district representatives in Congress in the May 13 elections shared a common vision for the city in the next three years: a storm drainage master plan to address perennial flooding. Once in place, ...

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Robredo says surge in her ratings inspire her to do more

By JIGGER JERUSALEM Correspondent . VICE President Maria Leonor Robredo yesterday described the surge of her net satisfactory rating as indication that her pro-poor program has been effective in addressing the country’s poverty problem. “It means what our office has been doing has made a mark, since from day one ...

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Trades, envi advocates slam dirty, costly coal during Earth Day rally

Consumer and environment groups part of the Malinis at Murang Kuryente (MMK) Campaign mobilized in front of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) this Earth Day, condemning the department for its continuous issuance of environmental compliance certificate (ECC) for dirty, destructive projects, especially coal-fired powerplants. “We are gathered ...

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Liberty of abode and of travel

Dominador Awiten . THE word “migrate” has a personal resonance for me, a nostalgic conversance. “Emigrate” was the word that stumped me in the semifinals of the 2nd Caltex National Spelling Bee back in April of 1969. Perhaps, it was the huge audience in front (inside the very cool Philam ...

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The pool

David Haldane . AT the center of everything lies the pool. To members of the Atoyay Farmer’s Association of Bucas Grande island in northeastern Mindanao, its waters are sacred. It is the holy water that they drink and in which they bathe. And it is next to these enchanted godly ...

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Sara Duterte: The rise of a presidential daughter

Renato Tibon . “I am who I am now because of you.” – Sara Zimmerman Duterte-Carpio to her father, Rodrigo R. Duterte, President of the Republic of the Philippines THE Sara “magic” is undeniable. Wherever she goes outside her home in Davao City, she gets mobbed by adoring fans and ...

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