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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.

Suspended Iligan mayor: ‘Just around’

By NORA SORIÑO GSD-Iligan Bureau chief . ILIGAN City–“I am just around.” Thus said Mayor Celso Regencia after the suspension order was served to him last week. He then lashed out at the local opposition here led by ex-vice mayor Ruderic Marzo and former congressman Vicente Belmonte Jr. whom he …

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Solon urges govt to make Coast Guard escort Pinoy fishermen

A CONGRESSMAN on Monday urged the Duterte administration to send the Coast Guard and escort Filipino fishermen in the West Philippine Sea. This was the challenge issued by Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate to the Duterte administration, even as he strongly condemned the Chinese coastguards for allegedly harassing and taking the …

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El pueblo a sus heroes!

Raul Ilogon . CAGAYAN de Oro City, once known as Cagayan de Misamis, is an old place with grand and heroic past. The history of this place was written in the blood of its people — not one or two but the blood of so many heroes who died fighting …

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‘Bayaning Magnum’

Ric Maulion . YES, there is a hero in us. Walking our talk, going the extra mile, and donating for a cause are things that make us heroes. It’s a noble act to share your blood to faceless individuals in dire need of it. Such was the scene in May …

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Politics of waste segregation

Ike Señeres . WITHOUT pointing fingers, I would dare to say that there are many municipalities in this country where waste segregation could not work or is not working, simply because the mayors in those municipalities are making money from the hauling fees of garbage trucks and the commissions from …

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Symbols

Netnet Camomot . FOR Valentine’s, it’s the heart. For Christmas, the tree. For Independence Day, the flag. A warning for a day whose arrival is as predictable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west. But we don’t give gifts on Independence Day. Instead, we wonder, …

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Are our vegetables and fruits safe?

Batas Mauricio . I HAVE some lingering questions pertaining to things that I see happening in my day-to-day life which I hope can be answered satisfactorily. The first of these questions relate to those who sell supposedly fresh vegetables and fruits, and other food items that are sold in markets, …

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Human and supernatural means

Fr. Roy Cimagala . IN any endeavor that we undertake, we have to make sure that while we should make full use of all the natural and human means we can lay our hands on, we should not forget that we need to use the spiritual and supernatural means also. …

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Who are the spear fishers hunting turtles?

By Oscar C. Breva for MindaNews . DAVAO City — If the spear shaft recovered from ‘Agdao,’ the injured turtle now being nursed back to health was shot by a spear fisher-diver, who could he be? A comparison of the recovered spear from the turtle and those being sold in …

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