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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.

The heart that beats for Marawi

Like others who are working hard for their families and themselves, Aikel Sarip woke up feeling exhausted and heavy from yesterday’s work. He gazed at the ceiling trying to find a reason to go on, and there he saw a photo of people he cared about—their faces painted with smiles ...

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More violence with terror tag: priests

By LITO RULONA Correspondent RELIGIOUS leaders in the city yesterday expressed worry over President Duterte’s announcement the government would abandon negotiations with the National Democratic Front and that he would issue a proclamation that would categorize the New People’s Army as a terrorist organization. This would likely aggravate the situation ...

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Gusa fire, caused by faulty wirings probers say

By LITO RULONA and A.L. RICALDE Correspondents FAULTY electrical wirings caused the fire that killed a 66-year old helper in Barangay Gusa, this city, on Sunday, the Bureau of Fire Protection said yesterday. The dawn fire killed Nelly Zapanta of Negros Oriental, and destroyed a house, the bakery Nature’s Bread, ...

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Warmongering

Cong Corrales “Evil is more dangerous when it takes the cloak of familiarity.” – Mario Puzo, The Godfather   WHAT scares me most is that a lot of people seem to be perfectly comfortable with Digong Dada’s recent pronouncements. In a speech on Saturday, the President said he will declare ...

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The bank

Brady Eviota BERN, Switzerland —  It was a campaign promise fulfilled within a year, and shows how fast this government can move when it wants to. Executive Order No. 44 creating the bank was signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on Sept. 28, 2017, almost a year after he made the ...

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Second chance for coal?

Letter COAL is—at best—a contentious natural resource. It fueled the Industrial Revolution and continuous to be a vital source of energy. However, coal is one of the most carbon intensive fuels. In fact, the use of coal as fuel has been blamed for the over concentration of carbon dioxide in ...

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Reforms and peace-building

Macapado Muslim THE extreme urgency, complexity and enormity of the needs emanating  from the current emergency in Marawi City warrant a strong governance or management system to deal with the herculean tasks of pacifying the affected families and residents, alleviating the socioeconomic sufferings, reconstructing damaged buildings and structures and building ...

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