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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.

Why I write about history

A. Paulita Roa MANY of us, Filipinos, have yet to understand just how important it is to know and if possible memorize our history. For it is by knowing and remembering that our nation endures. One of the surprising things that came out in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yolanda …

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Participatory democracy

Ike Señeres PARTICIPATORY democracy is a new buzzword in the development circles that is fast gaining popularity. Upon hearing it for the first time however, my initial reaction was that it sounded like an oxymoron, thinking that in the first place, democracy is supposed to be participatory. On second thought …

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Russians and Chinese can now lease lands for 120 years

Batas Mauricio RUSSIAN and Chinese businessmen will now be allowed to occupy lands in the Philippines for about 120 years, in a big policy shift that President Duterte is undertaking to entice investors from Russia and China to do business in the country. Under current laws, foreigners and foreign corporations …

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Avasola, the first Matobato

Jude Josue Sabio IN his testimony in the Senate Justice Committee, Edgar Matobato stated that the Davao Death Squad, which has allegedly been organized, managed and operated by Duterte, buried the bodies of their fallen targets at the Laud quarry owned by SPO4 Bienvenido Laud located at Ma-a, Davao City. Further …

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Participatory democracy

Ike Señeres PARTICIPATORY democracy is a new buzzword in the development circles that is fast gaining popularity. Upon hearing it for the first time however, my initial reaction was that it sounded like an oxymoron, thinking that in the first place, democracy is supposed to be participatory. On second thought …

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Foodie reads

Netnet Camomot FACEBOOK is like eating peanuts—can’t stop once you start. It destroys your sked for the rest of the day, by the time evening hits, you’ve accomplished nothing. It’s like staring at the trees, but with stress. Yes, FB can be stressful if it’s now your source of all …

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‘Infringement and defamation’

WE are Zulfiqar Motors Co. Ltd., used cars exporter in Japan, are writing you today to make a complaint about your news article dated Aug. 26, 2016, regarding the seized automotive and truck spare parts at Mindanao International Container Terminal (MICT) in Tagoloan by the Bureau of Customs. (https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/customs-bureau-seizes-p10m-worth-of-spare-parts-in-tagoloan/) We …

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Tension grips Iligan City Jail anew

By Nora Soriño, Iligan City Bureau Chief and Sita Asequia, Correspondent Iligan City — As early as dawn Monday, supporters of detained Mayor Celso Regencia blocked city jail again to prevent the latter from being transferred as ordered by the Regional Trial Court-Branch 77 of Quezon City dated Aug. 11. …

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