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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.

Rotoras slay could turn into cold case

By NITZ ARANCON with SHIELA MAE BUTLIG Correspondents . THE chairman of the city council’s police committee yesterday expressed disappointment on the way authorities have handled the investigation into the Dec. 2, 2017 shooting death of University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines president Ricardo Rotoras, saying he feared …

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Bukidnon farmers protect leader from warrantless arrest

A GROUP of farmers prevented armed men who introduced themselves as police officers from taking a farmer-leader along a bridge in Musuan, Maramag town, Bukidnon yesterday morning. The members of Kasama-Bukidnon demanded to be shown a warrant of arrest against their secretary general, Jose Benemirito Jr.. When the armed group …

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Rebels admit killing Lumad official in N. Cotabato

THE New Peoples’ Army (NPA) has admitted responsibility for the April 4 killing of a Lumad leader in Magpet town, North Cotabato. Isabel Santiago, spokesperson of the Mount Apo Sub-Regional Command of the NPA Southern Mindanao Region, said they imposed “revolutionary justice” against Antonio Takinan for aiding the military in …

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Election exec warns against premature campaigning

By JOEY NACALABAN Correspondent . COMMISSION on Elections regional director Renato Magbutay yesterday warned those running for various positions in the May 14 barangay and Sanggunian Kabataan elections against engaging in premature campaigning. Magbutay however did not elaborate what constitutes as premature campaigning except by saying that all candidates in …

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Life after retirement

Cesar Gorillo . LAST April 5, I celebrated my 65th birthday.  I also ended my duty with the Regional Trial Court, Branch 20, as court employees are forceetired at 65. The judges, at 70. I was forced to stop my column when the Hall of Justice building at Hayes Street …

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Technology for society

Ike Señeres . GENERALLY speaking, it could be said that technology is a neutral element, meaning to say that technology could be used for good or for bad, depending on the motives of whoever uses it. For example, there is no doubt that water is life, but it could also …

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Bataan has fallen!

Raul Ilogon . “BATAAN has fallen” is the surrender announcement of the Filipino and American forces in a battle against invading Japanese forces at the start of World War II. It was broadcast  inside Malinta tunnel in the evening of April 9, 1942. It was written by Captain Salvador P. …

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This is him

Netnet Camomot . A FRIEND said Facebook addiction is like drug addiction—it’s here to stay forever and ever. Thus, no one expected for the social networking site to reach the point of #DeleteFacebook. I joined FB almost 10 years ago, in December 2008. Months later, there I was, busy with …

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