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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.

Gone berserk

Bencyrus Ellorin FOR the longest time, residents of the western part of the city have been suffering from the poor services of the Cagayan de Oro Water District (COWD). But if it’s any consolation, residents of upland barangays have yet to enjoy the convenience of water delivered right into the ...

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Civility

Ric Maulion “Shouting is an effective communication… in the forest.”   I AM retired from the government after serving for roughly three decades. I started as an executive secretary to the director in-charge of all correspondence for DAR in Region 10  and became a municipal agrarian reform officer  assigned in ...

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Partial return

Samira Ali Gutoc ILIGAN City — Assalam. For lack of time, here are my open forum inputs during the Department of Health’s Task Force on Return to Marawi Planning on Friday. After that fateful day, May 23, when government had no forced evacuation plan, thank you for this return plan ...

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New normal

Netnet Camomot THE Marawi siege is finally over as announced by Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana last Monday—yes, on its fifth “monthsary” no less. We could almost hear the Maranaos’ deep sigh of relief as they now prepare to return to their hometown and brace themselves for what lies ahead once ...

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On FOI Bill: Where do Filipinos stand?

By Ma. Cristina Arayata Philippine News Agency IT has been more than a year since the Executive Order No. 2 or the Right to Information was signed. The Freedom of Information Bill, on the other hand, is yet to be passed. How do Filipinos, government agencies see the FOI and ...

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Northern Mindanao security forces on full alert

The police have cautioned store owners and community members of persons buying some ordinary items in bulk that could be used in assembling improvised explosive devices as the city is on full alert following repeated reports that it is the target of a terroristic attack. Supt. Lemuel Gonda, Philippine National ...

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Oro dads approve telecom tower projects

THE 18th City Council during its 60th regular session presided over by Councilor Zaldy Ocon approved  resolutions endorsing with social acceptability the proposed establishment and operation of a 40-meter cell site tower at 12th Street, Barangay Nazareth, and a bipod 12-meter roof deck cell site at Lot 1, Block 13, ...

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City council earmarks P2.5m for fire victims

THE City Council has enacted Ordinance No. 13317-2017 appropriating P2.5 million from the five-percent calamity fund to be made available as financial assistance to the victims of the fire that occurred in Barangays 22 and 26. This is in response to the special report of Councilor Reuben Daba, chair of ...

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CHR to conduct national probe on indigenes situation

The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) will be holding the National Inquiry on the Situation of Filipino indigenous peoples to underscore the commission’s high regard on the policy of the state in recognizing and promoting the rights of Indigenous Cultural Communities on Oct. 27 at Paula’s Hotel, Tagoloan town, Misamis ...

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Nutrition body steps up feeding in evac centers

To ensure that the nutritional status of the vulnerable groups do not worsen, the Regional Nutrition Council (RNC-10) stepped up its health campaign and services to the evacuation centers here and in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte, and some areas of Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (Armm). As of the ...

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