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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.

MILF, gov’t forces train to maintain peace, order

By Teng Lauban Datu Cotabato City Bureau Chief Parang, Maguindanao — Some 152 members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front-Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces, 96 personnel of the Philippine National Police, and 77 from the Armed Forces of the Philippines participated in the 2nd Joint Peace and Security Teams (JPST) training …

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Liga Eskwela gives hope to Marawi kids

By Jack Biantan, Contributor Marawi Physical Education for School Sports (PESS) supervisor Hedjarah Taratingan’s family was among the victims in the Marawi City siege in 2017. She lost her house in ground zero and most of their belongings were destroyed during the fighting between the government forces and the terrorists. …

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Pass the torch

By Renato Tibon “Good governance does not depend on the governor alone but also on the governed.”  – Atty. Aquilino “Nene” Q. Pimentel, former Philippine Senate President, a stalwart of Federalism ALMOST two weeks have gone by since the passing of the man considered by many as the father of …

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Call for impartial investigation into Midsayap encounter

KARAPATAN raises alarm over the reported killing of seven individuals in a joint military and police operation in Midsayap, North Cotabato on Oct. 23, 2019 against alleged members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (Biff). According to relatives of those killed, the casualties were not Biff fighters but mere minors …

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QUAKES!

By NITZ ARANCON, Correspondent andFROILAN GALLARDO, Special Correspondent AYALA Corp.’s Centrio Mall shut its doors following the 6.4 magnitude earthquake that sent people rushing outdoors yesterday. Centrio, a mall standing on a 3.7-hectare property that stretches from CM Recto Avenue, Corrales Avenue up to Capt. Vicente Roa St., closed itself …

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Crame orders Santiago out as Normin police chief

By NITZ ARANCON, Correspondent CAMP Crame yesterday ordered Brig. Gen. Rafael Santiago to step down as police director for Region 10 because of a 2012 logistics-related case. Lt. Gen. Archie Francisco, acting chief of the National Police, issued the directive even as he pointed out that Santiago was slapped with an …

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Misor to go on ‘blue alert’ ahead of ‘Undas’

By Shiela Mae Butlig, Correspondent EFFECTIVE tomorrow, the entire province of Misamis Oriental will be under “blue alert” in anticipation of All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day. Capitol spokesman FloritoDugaduga said a blue alert means that they would carry out everything that they have planned for the two-day holiday. Dugaduga …

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NO BUILD ZONES

City Housing and Urban Development Department head Engr. Ermin Stan Pimentel seeks to declare the areas enclosed by the Flood Risk Management Project for Cagayan de Oro River as no build zone through a proposed ordinance during the meeting of the Resettlement Implementation Committee yesterday. Photo by Roel Felicitas for …

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