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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 cares for the innocent?

Gregorio Miguel Pallugna ONE of the basic tenets of our Constitution is the presumption of innocence of an accused person. This is why, while a person is detained during trial for a non-bailable offense, he is never considered a criminal until he is finally convicted. Here in Cagayan de Oro, …

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The coastal road

Egay Uy THE recently opened coastal road from the “Galaxy” junction in Gusa up to Valenzuela road in Agora, Lapasan has noticeably alleviated vehicular traffic along CM Recto Avenue. This is because of the diversion of heavy trucks and container vans that enter the city from the east starting from …

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Fighting for financial inclusion

Ike Señeres FINANCIAL inclusion is a goal that is stated in many government documents, including the corporate charters of several government financial institutions. Simply put, it is the goal of including everyone in the financial horizon of our society, meaning to say including those who are below the poverty line …

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Warning for Sereno’s replacements

Batas Mauricio IT is well that Chief Justice Maria Lourdes A. Sereno decided not to resign as the highest official of the Supreme Court and of the entire judicial branch of government. The nation is entitled to know the truth, or the lack of it, of the accusations against her, …

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Philippine Rohingyas?

By Raymond Montero Ambray Mindanews THE parallelism is striking. Rohingya people live in the Northern Rakhine state of Burma but are considered “homeless and stateless” as they are not acknowledged by the Burmese government despite their claim that they had been living in that area prior to the declaration of …

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Transport group cancels participation in strike

By Nora C. Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief and Ric Palahang Correspondent Iligan City — The Coalition of Lanao Utility Transport for Change (Clutch) did not participate in the nationwide transportation strike yesterday and will not join it tomorrow either. Raul Permites, Clutch president told Gold Star Daily over the …

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Normin Air Force turns over trash bins to schools

The Philippine Air Force northern Mindanao – Tactical Operations Group 10 has fully supported the National Development of the Government in Caraga Region under the supervision of Lieutenant Colonel Thurman B. Fanugao PAF (GSC), group commander, TOG 10. TOG 10 personnel together with its Tenant and OpCon units (8th ArCen …

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Nabbed high-profile drug suspects heavily guarded

COTABATO City — Agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (PDEA-Armm), backed by police personnel, are guarding tightly two drug personalities arrested with a total haul of P5 million worth of illegal drugs. PDEA-Armm Director Juvenal Azurin said the move was to ensure …

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Investigators look into Rotoras cases

By NITZ ARANCON with LITO RULONA and A.L. RICALDE, Correspondents INVESTIGATORS over the weekend said they were looking into cases filed by and against slain University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines president Ricardo Rotoras. This came as Mayor Oscar Moreno hinted of a “mastermind” and called on investigators …

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Ched condemns brutal killing of USTP president

THE Commission on Higher Education over the weekend strongly condemned the shooting death of University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines president Ricardo Rotoras on Saturday. In an e-mailed statement, Ched Commissioner J. Prospero de Vera III pointed out that Rotoras had been a staunch, reliable, and long-time ally …

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