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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.

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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On TPO and support

Joe Pallugna IN many cases where the mother asks and obtains from the regional trial court a Temporary Protection Order (TPO), can the same court in the same case always grant support for the minor child? This is a common issue in many of these cases with similar circumstances. This …

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Drugs’ dangerous reach

Martin Andanar WE have been treated to so many hearings at both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Most of them were carried live on several radio stations and cable television. Sometimes the hearings dragged. At other times they were truly entertaining. But the singular message, thanks to intensive …

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Bomb scare in Iligan hours after grenade blast incident

By Nora Soriño, Iligan City Bureau Chief, Nene Lachica, and Sita Asequia, Correspondents Iligan City — With the grenade blast from the previous night at the city’s Freedom Park still fresh, residents here scampered in panic with another bomb scare early morning yesterday. Chief Insp. Jasper Ian E. Pasco, of …

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Relief ops for families affected by Maute attack still on going

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) through its Field Office XII continues to assist families affected by military operations against the Maute group in  Butig , Lanao del Sur. Social workers from the Field Office are still detailed in the area for relief distribution. As of today, some …

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De Lima files bill to fortify CHR charter

SENATOR Leila de Lima has pushed for the passage of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) Charter that would grant it its status as the country’s premier human rights body vested with powers to respond in real-time to human rights violations against Filipinos here and abroad. De Lima has filed …

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Tejero fights back, sues five teachers

By NITZ ARANCON and LITO RULONA Correspondents EMBATTLED City Central School principal Arnold  Tejero and his aide on Tuesday pressed charges against a group of teachers in a move seen to counter the complaints that have been piling up against them. Dr. Tejero and assistant principal Rudy Villalobos filed the …

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Group slams plan to move LTO office

A GROUP of insurance agents yesterday filed a petition to stop the transfer of the Land Transportation Office’s (LTO) mobile office in Barangay Puerto, this city, to Balingasag in Misamis Oriental. At least 13 members of the Puerto Insurance Association sent the petition to LTO assistant secretary Edgar Agravante. The …

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