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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.

P2b razed in GMall-Gensan fire

GENERAL SANTOS City — A fire that broke out at the Gaisano Mall here, after the magnitude 6.3 earthquake Wednesday evening damaged 75 percent of the 2.3-hectare shopping complex at a cost of P2 billion, authorities said. BATTLE. Firemen continue to battle on Thursday a conflagration that broke out Wednesday …

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Alumni group gives 10 HD televisions to XU

The Alpha Phi Omega alumni of Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan came home last month to celebrate their 50th anniversary since their recognition as a campus student organization in 1969. The highlight of the celebration was the turnover of their jubilee project to Xavier Ateneo – the donation of 10 43” …

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Allotment, remittances and VAWC

By Dennis Gorecho A FILIPINO seafarer can be held criminally liable due to the act of abandoning his financial obligation to persons to which he is obliged by law to support. Issues of allotment and remittances were discussed in connection with the Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act (VAWC) …

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Enthronements and commodification of ‘Grar’

By Elin Anisha Guro, Mindanews MARAWI City — Enthronements in Lanao del Sur can be a mixture of celebration, jubilation, social cohesion, or controversy. However, most often, it is a genuinely joyous occasion where clans, relatives and their affines not only commemorate the happy occasion but come together to be …

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More than words

By Maria Margarita C. Diaz, Mindanews FOREST Lake Cemetery, General Santos City  — I have been down with a flu since Wednesday and how I miss you, Pa. This is the first time that I am sick since you passed away and I must admit I cried my eyes out …

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Bambi takes leave amid questions on Nueva lease

By SHIELA MAE BUTLIG, Correspondent MISAMIS Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano took an 11-day leave of absence starting yesterday, leaving unanswered questions about a lease agreement with a woman whose identity is shrouded in mystery like the circumstances surrounding the contracts awarded to her in 2013 and 2016. The governor …

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‘Boodle fight’at the capitol

THE capitol will throw another “boodle fight” today to culminate this year’s Meat Safety Consciousness Week. Misamis Oriental veterinarian Benjamin Resma said they will be preparing 25 roasted pigs that weigh 35 kilograms each, 100 kilograms of pork adobo, and 600 sticks of pork barbeque. Resma said the boodle fight …

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Oro dad reports fruitful outcome of Japan confab

Councilor Ian Mark Nacaya, chair of City Council committee on planning and development, reported this week about his official travel to Japan two weeks ago.   During the regular session, the councilor said he is grateful for being the city’s representative to the 8th Asia Smart City Conference (ASCC) Global Smart …

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