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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.

Lawyer: RTA, et al, could be charged

By JOEY NACALABAN and NITZ ARANCON Correspondents . OFFICIALS of the Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) and other government offices who could have prevented Friday’s tragic accident on the highway in Gusa could be held administratively and criminally liable for the death of government engineer Ifour Manduro. Lawyer James Judith …

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Higaonons to Villanueva: ‘We need land, not money’

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . TWO indigenes’ organizations over the weekend lashed out at 4th Infantry Division commander Ronald Villanueva in response to his accusation that Higaonon evacuees from Lagonglong town in Misamis Oriental were paid to camp out at the capitol grounds here. In a statement, the groups Tagtabulon …

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Palace info agency bars Rappler man from covering Duterte visit

By CONG B. CORRALES Associate Editor and JOEY NACALABAN, Correspondent . JUST when you thought the rift between the President and Rappler is over, the former’s Media Accreditation and Relations Office (Maro) barred the news media organization’s correspondent here from covering the presidential visit in the city yesterday. Rappler correspondent …

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From ‘stupid God’ to alleged Digong molestation

PRESIDENTIAL spokesman Harry Roque yesterday brought the brouhaha over President Duterte’s “stupid God” remarks to the sexual abuses committed against children by Roman Catholic priests. Roque cited an allegation made by Duterte in 2016 that he was molested by a Jesuit priest from the Ateneo de Davao when he was …

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Bad parent

Cong Corrales . I WAS going to write about how being a “tambay” before has actually added items to my skills set, marketable skills at that. Like, I learned how to do fast arithmetic from a tambay who was a seasonal jeepney barker-fare collector. I learned how to do fabrication …

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Is unconditional love possible?

Fr. Leo Pabayo . WE have often heard of the phrase “unconditional love.”` In the Gospel according to Matthew (5:43-48), our Lord talks about what “unconditional love” really means.  It means God does not take away blessings to man that no matter what the sin of man is. God is …

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Rina David’s blah, blah, blah

Ben Contreras . THE recently held Mindanao Peace Forum at Conchita Hotel was well attended. There were around 250 participants. Peace seems to be a rare commodity for decades, not because it is not achievable but because those who are supposed to work on it have their own agenda. Insincerity …

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What really triggered the Marawi crisis?

Manny Valdehuesa . ONE can be certain of one thing about the Marawi crisis: it didn’t develop overnight. So the question is, what chain of events led to the buildup of insurgency and rebellion? During the time it took for the trouble to heat up and boil over, what were …

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Woman’s remains found under lodging house bed

By Nora Soriño, Iligan City Bureau Chief, Sita Asequia and Ric Palahang Correspondents . Iligan City — Police are still tracking down the suspect in the killing of a woman whose dead body was found under a bed in a room of a lodging house here at Palao, this city. …

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