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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.

Philippine police denied US guns on rights concerns

Senator Panfilo Lacson described the decision of the US State Department to halt its planned rifle sale to the National Police (PNP) as plain “bullying.” “The United States’ decision to halt the planned sale of 26,000 rifles to the National Police was not a scare tactic but a bully attitude towards …

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Oro to spend P700m for new city dump

By NITZ ARANCON and LITO RULONA Correspondents   CITY hall would slowly be developing a 33-hectare property in Pagalungan into a modern sanitary landfill at a projected cost of P600 million to P700 million. City  Local Environment and Natural Resources Office (Clenro) chief Edwin Dael said the barangay already given …

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Pagasa sees 2 likely typhoons this week

TWO low pressure areas east of Mindanao and the Visayas are seen to enter the Philippine area of responsibility and develop into tropical cyclones this week, the state weather bureau said. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said the first LPA was spotted 645 kilometers east of …

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No violation of ceasefire, military says

THE Armed Forces yesterday vehemently denied claims made by communist rebels that the military has been violating the suspension-of-military operations put in place to facilitate the ongoing peace talks. “The AFP denies allegations of violating the provisions of the Somo. We’re following it to the letter,” said AFP public affairs …

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Polls body gets ready for mid-term elections

THE Commission on Elections (Comelec) has started preparing for the 2019 national and local elections. This after the Commission already set the period for the holding of registration for the local and overseas voters in the midterm polls, which is scheduled to be held in less than three years from …

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When the accused dies

Joe Pallugna THERE were several queries from common-folks about what happens to the monetary claims of the victims of crime when the accused dies during the pendency of the case. Can the family of the victims still claim damages after the accused dies during trial? In one case, a man …

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Beauty of a humble heart

Batas Mauricio DON’T look now but it became quite clear to me two Saturdays ago that President Duterte would not be the only source of rightful pride among residents of Davao City nowadays. Even a simple van-for-hire driver like Manuel Toniacao is making Davao City truly proud, not with grandiose …

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Federalism, diversity and national integration

Michael Henry Yusingco MELBOURNE, Australia–When Spanish forces landed here eons ago they had initially observed that the indigenous people of these islands were of one ethnic stock. Later on however, they would realize that despite the apparent homogeneity in the population, the native inhabitants were actually divided into sub-ethnic groups …

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