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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.

Misor police joins probe into seized explosives from Marawi

By LITO RULONA Correspondent THE Misamis Oriental police is coordinating with Task Force Oro in looking into the foiled attempt to sneak in government-owned ammunition and explosives from strife-torn Marawi City, and in effort to build a case against a staff sergeant who was allegedly behind it. Senior Supt. Rolando ...

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Army rangers from Marawi cheat death in bus accident

By FROILAN GALLARDO Special Correspondent ILIGAN City–A platoon of Army Scout Ranger, fresh from the fighting in Marawi City, cheated death when the bus they were riding nearly fell into a 200-meter ravine in Barangay Maria Cristina here on Wednesday. Their team leader, Capt. Carlo Ireberi, said the driver of ...

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Piñol to farmers: Level up, adapt to climate change

By ANJANETTE VILLAMOR Correspondent AGRICULTURE Secretary Emnauel Piñol on Tuesday called on farmers to level up and keep pace with agricultural advancements so as to avoid a shortage of farm products in the coming years. Speaking during the 3rd Climate Change and Agriculture Summit here, Piñol said climate change would ...

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23 soldiers, 4 cops get medals for gallantry

TWENTY-THREE soldiers and four police officers were awarded medals for gallantry in action during the Marawi crisis. Lt. Gen. Carlito Galvez Jr., chief of the military’s Western Mindanao Command, led the awarding of medals separately held at Camp Ranao in Marawi City, the capital of Lanao del Sur province. Eighteen ...

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CHR to hold inquiry on situation of indigenes

THE Commission on Human Rights (CHRI) will hold the National Inquiry on the Situation of Filipino Indigenous Peoples here and in Misamis Oriental today until Saturday in line with the government’s recognition and promotion of the rights of indigenes. A formal public Hearing will take place at Paula’s Hotel in ...

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Broadcaster slain, partner hurt in Surigao Sur ambush

SURIGAO City – A broadcaster in Bislig City, Surigao del Sur was shot dead while his common law wife sustained a bullet wound in an ambush on Tuesday night. Authorities identified the victim as Christopher Iban Lozada, 29, operations manager and a program host of DxBF Prime Broadcasting Network. He ...

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Traffic fines

Dave Achondo AS commuters, we all have our stories to tell about erring and obnoxious drivers. From the moment we take a taxi, a jeepney or a motorela, it is safe to say we have experienced this type of drivers who don’t or simply refuse to follow traffic laws. I ...

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Suggestions on Marawi rehab

By Elin Anisha Guro Mindanews TO whom it may concern: Here are suggestions for the rehabilitation of Marawi: 1) Signages. At least three languages to be more inclusive. a) English for those learned in secular education and for general consumption. b) Arabic. For those in the madrasah. Not because they ...

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