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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.

Cops boast zero crime during Balangay Festival

By Erwin Mascariñas Correspondent . Butuan City — The Butuan City Police Office (BCPO) boasts of zero crime incidence during the entire duration of festival activity of the recently concluded Balangay Festival here. Senior Supt. Albert Magno, city director of BCPO pointed out that he is pleased with the recent …

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Dacer flip-flops as Ebabacol hugs Oca

By NITZ ARANCON and SHIELA MAE BUTLIG Correspondents . ONE moment, he is certain that ex-councilor Jericho Goldmar Ebabacol is already Padayon Pilipino’s top bet in the upcoming Liga ng mga Barangay elections in the city; the next, he says there are others being considered by the party. Former councilor …

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Relatives of the missing still hoping, waiting after a year

By CAROLYN O. ARGUILLAS Mindanews . 1st of two parts    MARAWI City — Sixteen-year-old Noraimen Radia, her 23-year old sister Najmah and their eight siblings are appealing to authorities to help them find their parents and those who remain missing a year since the siege started on May 23, 2017. …

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Creating Sinag instead of doleouts

By Maya Flaminda J. Vandenbroeck . LANAO del Sur – Three months after the siege, there’s an overpowering sense of gloom and frustration as paper and plastic cover the windows inside the teacher’s lounge of a small elementary school. Its occupants are Marawi siege survivors who want to keep the …

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Origin of ‘Kids for Peace’

AT 12 years old, Rosan Aliya Agbon started Kids for Peace. This was around 2000 during the “all-out war” by the then President Joseph Estrada. She saw two fighter planes ready to drop bombs. At first she was happy but then she realized the bombs can kill anyone. So she …

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With elections now over, let SK bloom! (6)

Manny Valdehuesa . IT’S unfortunate that our youth were sidelined by suspensions, postponements, and cancellations of their sangguniang kabataan elections for a number of years. But now the SK is back, empowered once more with a fresh mandate. Let’s help them or guide them to become real assets to the …

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‘Coup warranto’

H. Marcos Mordeno . MALAYBALAY City – Opinions favoring the Supreme Court decision on the quo warranto petition filed by Solicitor General Jose Calida against ousted Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno has been marked by at least three faults: (1) negation of the Constitution as the highest law of the …

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Technology for society (8)

Ike Señeres . 8th of a series MANY years ago, when I was the director general of the National Computer Center (NCC), I predicted that in the future, most innovations in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) will be based mainly on Internet Protocol (IP) and the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). …

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