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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.

Guerrero vows to finish off terror groups, cripple Reds

DAVAO City–The new Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines has vowed to “finish the remaining terrorist groups, neutralize the communist insurgency threat, and support law enforcement agencies in efforts against lawless armed groups,” Lt. Gen. Reynaldo Guerrero said, “I intend to use the might of the ...

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Mud from the lifting of open pit mining ban?

Batas Mauricio IT looks like the Philippines is going to be muddied all over again, as it were, with reports that the Mining Industry Coordinating Council (Micc) is recommending the lifting of the ban against open pit mining in the country, or the mining of gold and other minerals by ...

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No council session today

THE city council has suspended its regular session today and all its committee meetings until Wednesday because of All Saints’ and All Souls’ days.   Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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Surrender of independence

Herbie Gomez THE recent water crisis that gripped some areas in the city, and Opol in Misamis Oriental tells us why it is not always wise for the government and citizens to allow public utilities to become dependent on private companies that are inherently and understandably profit-oriented. The Cagayan de ...

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Shallow programs

Arnold Garbanzos Conclusion ILIGAN City — Sad to say, many of the programs espoused by our government agencies are simply rehash of previous projects submitted in past administrations, and are mostly “envelopmental” in nature — to fill the pockets of the few and not developmental and transformative — to benefit ...

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People-to-people relations

Brady Eviota BERN, Switzerland  — This year is the 60th year of diplomatic relations between the Philippines and Switzerland. We already know that, and many events of this year already highlight those official links between our two countries. But what about the non-official or to put it in another way, ...

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‘The Barker’

Netnet Camomot “THE BARKER” is now showing in cinemas along with “Thor: Ragnarok,” “The Foreigner,” and “Bad Genius.” But it was “Barker” that piqued our interest when we were deciding on what movie to watch last Wednesday night. If this movie were shown before “Kita Kita,” it would not have ...

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Dengue cases in Davao region dropped by 69%

DAVAO City — The Department of Health (DOH) said the dengue cases in region 11 has significantly reduced this year. Based on the record from the DOH, 3,076 reported cases were recorded from January to October this year, a decrease by 69 percent from last year’s 10,128 cases on the ...

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Unhappy homecoming

By FROILAN GALLARDO Special Correspondent MARAWI City — School teacher Baicona Hassan, 41, was overwhelmed by her emotions as she walked the final steps to her house that she has not seen since fierce clashes between government forces and the Isis-inspired Maute Group broke out on May 23. She and ...

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