Breaking News
 
Home | mindanao goldstar daily (page 570)

mindanao goldstar daily

mindanao goldstar daily
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.

Oops, no P.5m from council yet

THERE is no additional P500-thousand reward from city hall yet against the killers of University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines president Ricardo Rotoras. Contrary to reports, the city council has yet to approve Councilor Teodulfo Lao Jr.’s proposal to add half a million pesos to Mayor Oscar Moreno’s ...

Read More »

Blaming Aquino for the dengue vaccination program

Elson Elizaga / JUST one day after Sanofi Pasteur issued a health warning to its own product Dengvaxia, some people blamed the past president, Benigno Aquino III, for the botched dengue vaccination program. One critic alleged that Aquino is now responsible for an impending massacre of 700,000 students who have ...

Read More »

On hypertension

Ric Maulion TIME is fleeting as the wind, and Christmas is already in the air. It’s less than a month more to go before real celebration happens. But let’s accept  that our love for eating meat has been there and part of  our Filipino cuisine even before we start observing ...

Read More »

XUHS 4-Gold Class 1970

Egay Uy THE fourth year Gold section of the XUHS Class 1970 held a surprise reunion of us senior citizens and our spouses on Sunday, Dec. 3.  The night was full of nostalgic music by the XU Philharmonia (did not get the right name though) whose violinists were versatile and ...

Read More »

Ending the bloodline?

Batas Mauricio THERE are questions that need to be answered  by the Food and Drugs Administration, by the Department of Health, and even by former President Noynoy Aquino, on the raging issue of Dengvaxia. What, really, is the reason why they permitted the vaccination of young Filipino students with a ...

Read More »

Wonder Woman

Netnet Camomot THE weighing scale groans the moment I wake up—Oh, no, here she is again! And, as of yesterday morning, that scale said I lost .2 pound. No, not two pounds. Take note of the decimal point before “2.” It’s a teeny weeny fraction but at least I didn’t ...

Read More »

We remain unwavering in our commitment to human rights

Letters THE State is duty-bound to respect and uphold human rights, in accordance to international human rights instruments and in line with the Philippine Constitution. Yet, past and present governments have been the primary violator of human rights. While Karapatan engages with all national mechanism to assist in providing redress ...

Read More »

Armm not a recipient of Sanofi vaccine

COTABATO City — Health officials in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (Armm) dismissed fears that children in the region could have been given vaccine, commercially known as Dengvaxia, to fight dengue. Dr. Kadil Sinolinding Jr, regional secretary for the Department of Health (DOH-Armm), said Armm was not a recipient ...

Read More »

Misor guv receives good governance award in Manila

Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano personally received this year’s Seal of Good Local Governance Award of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) late last month at the Manila Hotel in Manila. Secretary Francis Tolentino and Cong. Pedro Acharon Jr. were present during the awarding rite. “As usual, ...

Read More »

Digos mayor reacts over ‘mendicant’ tag

By Eldie S. Aguirre Digos City Bureau Chief DIGOS City — Mayor Joseph Peñas, known for his humility and composure in times of trouble appeared to have had enough of his political detractors calling him a ‘mendicant.’ Spokesmen from his nemesis, Governor Douglas Cagas, said over their radio program that ...

Read More »