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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.

War on clutter

Netnet Camomot THE war on drugs seems to be President Rody Duterte’s idea of a spring cleaning. I’m also in spring-cleaning mode, but it’s more like the war on clutter. Should have done this a long time ago, but any day is always the best time to start. So, last ...

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Duterte wants military to train on ‘CQB’ in fight vs terrorism

DAVAO City — President Rodrigo Duterte wants government troops to incorporate the training of combatting urban terrorism. This, as their fight against ISIS-linked militants in Marawi City continue. Duterte visited government troops last Thursday afternoon, his third since the fighting erupted on May 23. “This is the only war that ...

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Lagonglong mayor inks pact with DENR-10 for land titling applications

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent Lagonglong, Misamis Oriental — Town Mayor Jay Albert Puertas has just signed a Memorandum of Partnership Agreement with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR-10) which will give the local government the authority to facilitate land titling here. “Dako kaayo kini’g advantage para kanamo kay ...

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Misor’s halfway house for children passes accreditation

THE Misamis Orientalun children’s institution in Claveria town has passed the mandatory compliance with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) national to cater children in conflict with the law. Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano said the Bahay Pag-asa Center in Daro, Claveria, is now accredited with the DSWD as ...

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Lot for temporary shelters now ready

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief MARAWI City Mayor Majul Gandamra has announced that the 11-hectare lot where the 7,692 units of temporary shelters for evacuees will be built on is now ready. During the briefing of Task Force Bangon Marawi late last week, Gandamra said the area is ...

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Consult natives on federalism, Lumad leader urges govt

A LUMAD leader has called on the government to consult indigenes when it drafts a new constitution that would pave the way for a shift to a federal form of government. Lipatuan Joel Andres Unad, chair of the Mindanao Indigenous Peoples Conference for Peace and Development (MIPCD), on Wednesday said ...

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Smoke-free fiesta?

Ian Alfredo Magno AS the city fiesta of Cagayan de Oro is fast-approaching, the sight of the traditional carnival, promotional stunts, fiesta sale, trade and food fairs have yet again blossomed in certain spots here and there. All these indicate, as experience dictates, that the volume of people traffic in ...

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More nurses

Ben Contreras SO far, I have listed 75 people to serve as “Nurses I.” Why a lot of nurses were hired for two months is a question nobody would like to ask and nobody would also like to answer. All of the sudden, concerned people can’t be reached for comment. ...

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Scope of BBL territory and plebiscite requirements

Antonio La Viña Conclusion THERE are serious questions on the constitutionality of the scope of the Bangsamoro territory and which local governments to include in the plebiscite for the approval of the BBL. Three points may be stressed here. First, the requirement under the BBL is that there must be ...

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