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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.

Economic rehabilitation

Macapado Muslim THE unexpected prolonged large-scale war has practically transformed the huge concrete buildings, houses, and structures in the central district into ashes. The houses of the burgeoning M’ranaw middle-class families from Marawi City and Lanao del Sur abound in the barangays within the main battle area in the city. ...

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Blunder

Letter IT’S never easy to admit we made  mistakes, but admittedly,  it’s a crucial step in learning, growing, improving ourselves and moving forward positively. One classic example of such blunder was the invite for that unwanted guest  during  an event of the Cagayan de Press Cub. It was one good ...

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Hundreds avail Misor’s free surgical operations

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent About 206 poor patients coming from the eastern part of Misamis Oriental including from Tagoloan, Villanueva, and Claveria of the second district have availed of the free surgical services conducted in the two provincial hospitals in Gingoog and Balingasag towns. Darene Echavez administrative officer of Balingasag ...

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Calizo looks into plaints against traffic enforcers

THE City Council committee on roads and traffic management chaired by Councilor Romeo V. Calizo on its meeting this week discussed the various complaints against misbehaving, discourteous, and undisciplined traffic enforcers of the Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA). As observed by Calizo, the cause of major road altercations between enforcers ...

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Davao city cops undergo surprise random drug test

DAVAO City — A total of 362 members of the Davao City Police Office headquarters underwent a surprise random drug test at the Camp Capt. Domingo E. Leonor. Based on the record of the DCPO, 267 of those who were tested are foot patrollers, while 95 are police officers. Senior ...

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Cops indentify suspect of village chief slay-try

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief, Ric Clit, and Ric Palahang Correspondents Iligan City — Authorities, with the help of the victim’s father, have identified the prime suspect of the shooting of Al Shury Lucman Dipatuan on Monday night here, through a video clip from a close-circuit television camera ...

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Group says CJ impeachment could be a prelude to dictatorship

The public has been warned that the impeachment of Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno could be a prelude to dictatorship. In a forum on the State of Democracy at the Liceo de Cagayan University yesterday, a political analyst said Sereno’s impeachment could lead to the breakdown of checks and balance ...

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Japan pledges aid of JPY 104.53b for mega subway

Japan has pledged to provide a loan worth JPY 104.53 billion (USD923.41 million) for the Metro Manila Subway Project (MMSP) which is expected to ease traffic congestion in the metropolis. The amount represents the initial tranche of aid to be provided by the Japanese government for the MMSP, according to ...

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Rio, Metropac into cartelization: plaint

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THREE councilors yesterday accused Rio Verde Water Consortium Inc. and Metro Pacific Water Investments Corp. of attempting to set up a cartel even as they brought their complaint to a little known independent quasi-judicial body through the Presidential Management Staff. In a four-page complaint, councilors Teodulfo ...

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