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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.

Family of ambushed judge keeps mumon Duterte narco list

BUTUAN City–The family of ambushed Agusan del Sur Judge Hector Salise kept their mum over President Duterte’s pronouncement that he is in a new “narco list.” This writer has been trying to  get the comment of the Regional Trial Court  judge’s wife Marites but to no avail. The family has …

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UP commits to help in peace talks, signs pact with Opapp

MALAYBALAY City–The University of the Philippines on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding with the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process (Opapp) committing the state university’s institutional support to the peace process. Opapp said UP will lend its academic personnel and resources to help end armed conflict in …

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We are to blame

Batas Mauricio IF President Duterte continues to curse and utter profanities in his public speeches, I guess Filipinos will have no one else to blame for this but themselves. Why? Almost all of those who listen to him speak invariably express strong approval of his cursing and uttering of expletives …

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The Jun Pala murder

Jude Josue Sabio ACCORDING to Edgar Matobato’s account, a thousand simple folks were killed in Davao City by the Davao Death Squad allegedly on orders of Digong aka Charlie Mike. To Matobato, the thousand victims killed like chickens were just unknown, nameless targets for liquidation for being pushers, addicts and petty …

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Pimentel: Federalism is next step to decentralization of democracy

Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III said the next step in Philippine democracy is to move from decentralization to federalism to ensure a “society which is just and fair” for future generations of Filipinos. “If we truly want to empower the regions, we must federalize. If we want to speed …

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Kids & violence on TV

By Karol Ilagan, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism TV REMAINS the major source of information and entertainment among Filipinos even as watching content via digital platforms has risen in the last two years among those with Internet access. Nielsen’s TV Audience Measurement, released in December 2015, shows that Filipinos watch …

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General looks forward to a quiet Christmas

THE first thing he would tell Ka Oris, if per chance they will meet, is for them to go home to their respective families and enjoy Christmas. “Let us go home to our family first,” Lt. Gen. Leonardo Guerrero said in an interview minutes after he led military officers in …

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Narcs shoot, kill trader tied to drug trade in Butuan city

BUTUAN City–Authorities riddled a businessman suspected of being a drug lord with bullets during a raid i Purok 4, Cupin Compound, Barangay Lapu-Lapu here on Thursday. The suspect, Renato Cabrera, succumbed to some 15 bullet wounds all over. Cabrera, 52, was mentioned as a suspect when Police Director General Ronald …

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US issues Zika travel alert, lists PH, 10 other SE Asian countries

THE US government on Thursday issued Zika viruselated “special travel considerations” for Southeast Asia, recommending pregnant women should consider postponing nonessential travel to 11 countries in this region. The countries included in these “considerations” are the Philippines, Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Thailand, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam. The US …

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