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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.

Viva Films’ ‘ADAN’

Erotic thriller.  Yam Laranas already made a name for himself in that genre with his directorial movies “Balahibong Pusa” (2001) and “Hibla (2002) before he went on to create horror thrillers like “Sigaw” (2004) and “Aurora” (2018), both a box office phenomenon.   After almost two decades, this brilliant storyteller/filmmaker shows …

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HARD HEADED

A public utility jeepney dispatcher barks for fares in front of a mall clearly marked as no loading and unloading zone. Photo by Cong B. Corrales. Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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Oro finance committee approves payment of just compensation

The City Council committee on finance, budget and appropriations chaired by Councilor Edna Dahino recommended the approval of the request for an appropriation of P9.7 million for the full payment of just compensation including registration and documentation expenses of a lot at San Isidro, Barangay Lumbia. (sp) Read the Latest …

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Lourdes College Student ranks 8th in Psychometrician Licensure Exam

Christie Marie Bacatan Napiere, a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Lourdes College, placed eight (8th) in the recent Psychometrician Licensure Examination conducted by the Philippine Regulatory Commission (PRC). Christie Marie Bacatan Napiere. The said exam was held on October 27-28, 2019. The results were released four (4) …

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Drug war affects Oro flyover plans

By HERBIE GOMEZ Editor in Chief . PLANS were put on hold for the construction of more flyovers in the city because funds for the projects would come from Spain, one of the countries that signed the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution that called out the Philippines over …

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XU studes initiate fund drive for quake victims

By Jigger J. Jerusalem Correspondent . STUDENTS at Xavier University took the time out of their busy schedule to raise funds for the earthquake survivors in North Cotabato. Carrying boxes and placards, groups of college students go around XU’s main campus on Corrales Avenue asking fellow students for cash donations. …

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Ailing man, baby, four others among those rescued in landslide

By ERWIN MASCARIÑAS Correspondent . KIDAPAWAN City – A family of six, including a bedridden male and an infant, have been rescued after authorities feared that their house was covered by the Oct. 31 landslide. According to the report from the Provincial Joint Peace and Security Coordinating Center, the rescue …

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