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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.

Poe seeks protection for 300,000 displaced Maranaos

A SENATOR yesterday called on the Duterte administration to focus on the welfare of thousands of locals displaced by the conflict in restive Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, as she pushed for legislation that seeks to protect internally displaced persons. Sen. Grace Poe filed Senate Bill 1513 or the proposed ...

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Bambi strengthens Misor defenses vs deadly bird flu

THE capitol is not taking chances and it has tightened its defenses against the threat of the avian influenza virus that has hit Pampanga. Misamis Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vicente Emano yesterday ordered the Provincial Agriculture Office to go strict on the entry of chickens and frozen poultry products from Luzon. ...

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Interfaith institute launches book on M’nao indigenes

“WARS of Extinction,” the first book produced by the Mindanao Interfaith Institute on Lumad Studies, was successfully launched at the Xavier University Little Theater on Saturday. The program was dedicated to the indigenes of Mindanao, who are at present among the most vulnerable communities to attacks of human rights violations ...

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DPWH execs keep mum on assurance to open coastal road

THE regional office of the public works department in northern Mindanao has opted to keep mum over an assurance allegedly made by Public Works Secretary Mark Villar that the new coastal road in Lapasan would be opened for public use by November. Vinah Maghinay, spokesperson of the Department of Public ...

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Wife vs hubby: Plot thickens

Nora Sorino / ILIGAN City–“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” At first it seemed just like that — trouble at the domestic front. We’re talking of course of the couple or rather, their messy “uncoupling.” Yes, I mean Comelec chair Andres Bautista and wife Patricia. These days, their ...

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Dissecting Duterte

Ruffy Magbanua / WITH all the hullabaloos about President Duterte’s manner of speaking, a book was recently launched by communications gurus in an attempt to find out what’s in the mind of the President and why he badmouths in public like no other. Dissecting the President’s language has several takes, depending ...

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Disclosures meant to oust Bautista?

Batas  Mauricio / I ALREADY read the affidavit of Patricia Bautista detailing her alleged discoveries of the wealth of Chairman Juan Andres Bautista of the Commission on Elections, and my worst fears that the affidavit cannot be used to charge the chairman with graft and corruption and hidden wealth are ...

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Davocc moves to new P22-m capitol building

By Eldie S. Aguirre Digos City Bureau Chief / MALITA, Davao Occidental — Governor Claude Bautista led provincial officials and employees on the inauguration and blessing of its mini-capitol building last week. The P22 million government center for the newly created province of Davao Occidental is just a stone-throw away ...

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Capitol honors Army’s 4th Infantry Division general

THE Capitol cited 4th Infantry Division’s commanding general Major Gen. Benjamin Madrigal, Jr for “his valuable effort in achieving sustainable peace and security” in the province during its flagaising ceremony yesterday. Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano personally handed over a plaque of appreciation to Madrigal. In his acceptance speech, ...

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Stateun university in Marawi gets ready to open

MARAWI City–Amid the sound — and sight — of air strikes against the Maute Group and its allies in the main battle area in downtown Marawi, students flocked to the Mindanao State University’s main campus here on Friday, the last day of the extended enrollment period, as officials prepare for ...

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