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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.

‘Overaged’ SK chair cries foul

By Shiela Mae Butlig Correspondent . Ian King March Pimentel Miyake, the winning Sangguniang Kabataan chairman of Cugman, this city, who faces disqualification for being overaged cried foul. Miyake said he respects the decision of the Commission on Elections but explained that he did not insist on running even though …

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Comelec reminds barangay, youth poll candidates to file Soce

By JOEY P. NACALABAN Correspondent . Candidates who ran the recent Sangguniang Kabataan and Barangay elections must file their Statement of Contributions and Expenditures (Soce). Even those who did not win and those who have been disqualified must file, lawyer Renato Magbutay, Commission on Elections (Comelec-10), regional director said. He …

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PDP, Padayon set eyes on Liga polls

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent . THE PDP-Laban and the Padayon Pilipino are preparing to clash again over the leadership of the influential Liga ng mga Barangay in the city. Marlo Tabac, barangay chairman of Gusa, said he has information about who the PDP-Laban would likely field for the presidency of …

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JBC to wait for final ruling on petition vs Sereno

THE Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) has yet to open the position of Chief Justice as it still waits for the final ruling of the Supreme Court (SC) on the quo warranto case against ousted chief magistrate Maria Lourdes Sereno. “The JBC will open nominations/applications once the vacancy becomes permanent… …

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Govt to close Bislig city’s Niagara Falls for 45 days

By ERWIN MASCARIÑAS Correspondent . BUTUAN City – The Bislig city government announced that the renowned tourist destination Tinuy-an Falls, dubbed as the “Little Niagara Falls of the Philippines,”  will be closed for 45 days because of a road construction project. The road leading to Tinuy-an Falls would be closed …

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Ombudsman Bello?

Herbie Gomez . PRESIDENT Duterte would need to seriously think about who the next ombudsman would be if he is really serious about his anti-corruption campaign. He will be on the right track if he chooses a person who knows the job and who has a track record of being …

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For Inang Bayan, I dissent

By Jhoanna Lynn Cruz Mindanews . MY Mother’s Day this year came and went with mixed emotions. Part of me commiserated with my friend, filmmaker Coreen Jimenez who lamented in a Facebook post: “Boycott na ’ko sa Mother’s Day para makidalamhati sa ating Inang Bayan.” Like her, I didn’t see …

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‘Disenteng opinyon’

Egay Uy . A DECENT or disenteng opinion is one that does not delve on personalities but focuses on issues. It is an opinion that discusses the merits and demerits of an issue without regard as to who has taken which side of the story. An opinion that conforms to …

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