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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.

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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Lokal Lokal

The culture of Mindanao is slowly fading, in some Filipinos – especially in this generation. They do not see how important the culture of Mindanao is in general; it defines who we are as Mindanaoans – This is our heritage. Native People face not only poverty, but also vanishing cultures. …

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Khu promises proof of ‘ghost workers’

By JOEY NACALABAN Correspondent . PROVINCIAL board member Fredrick Khu yesterday took the dare for him to show proof of “ghost employees” in Misamis Oriental’s legislature — he promised to present a list to the province’s legislative body next week. Khu made the promise to go public with a list …

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Bambi says Misor board may start inquiry into ‘ghosts’

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent . MISAMIS Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vicente Emano yesterday called on the provincial board to look into allegations that the capitol’s legislative department has “ghost employees.” Emano said the Sangguniang Panlalawigan can start a “legislative inquiry” into the allegations made by provincial board member Fredrick Khu and …

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Air strikes vs. Biff displace thousands

PIKIT, North Cotabato — Some 10,000 residents fled their villages here and at least 12,000 from three towns in Maguindanao  following air strikes and ground assault early Sunday morning at the Ligawasan marsh near General SK Pendatun town in what the military said was a bomb-making facility of the Bangsamoro …

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Till the bitter end

Cong Corrales . NEWSPAPERS were an integral part of our mornings when I was growing up in Gusa. Mornings with my late father consisted of coffee, cigarettes, and newspapers. Yes, you read it correctly. Plural, as in, newspapers. My father, Emilio, used to say that no one newspaper could cover …

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