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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.

Committee okays P123-m intel fund

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE city council committee of the whole yesterday approved Mayor Oscar Moreno’s proposed P123-million intelligence fund for 2018. The committee of the whole also gave the green light to Moreno’s proposed P6-million “extraordinary” fund. The discretionary funds were approved by the committee without much question and …

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Starex calls off 2-day transport strike

THE Solidarity of Transport Alliance in Northern Mindanao-Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide is now having second thoughts about staging a two-day public transportation sector strike next week. Ringo Lago, Starex-Piston secretary general, said there has been a change in the plans of the national leadership of Piston …

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Phivolcs says Wao quake an aftershock of April quake

A MAGNITUDE 5.1 earthquake struck 2:57 am yesterday, some four kilometers north of Wao town in Lanao del Sur. It had a depth of nine kilometers. It badly affected Bukidnon. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said it was an aftershock, resulting from the magnitude 6 earthquake in Lanao …

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Suspect in Cogon market killing faces murder case

POLICE yesterday said they were set on pressing murder charges against a man who allegedly struck and killed a worker with a piece of wood inside Cogon market early this week. Authorities arrested the suspect, Roger Soltones of Barangay Balulang, following the discovery of the body of 30-year old Noel …

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Countdown to Christmas: City hall lights up

LOCAL officials yesterday  lit up city hall last night as the countdown to Christmas and New Year’s Day began. Many people witnessed and were regaled “Symphony of Lights” during the ceremonial switch-on. City hall now features a light show of colored lights of green, red, purple and blue. The lights …

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Remembering Andres

Ian Alfredo Magno IN almost all parts of the world, countries usually have their greatest revolutionaries of old for a national hero.  Perhaps one good reason could be that the notion of good versus evil had been deeply entrenched in the human mind even in the days of past, such …

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Hypocrites on ‘Revgov’

Batas Mauricio HYPOCRITES! This is what I call those who are loudly opposing the putting up of a revolutionary government in the Philippines today. This is because these people are known conspirators in earlier power grabs against legitimately installed presidents and governments in the country. Yes, these noisy patriot-pretenders have …

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Wreath at the wrong monument

Raul Ilogon LAYING a wreath in honor of Andres Bonifacio at the “Bonifacio”  monument at Divisoria park is a blunder that needs to be corrected. But first allow me to tell you that the pages of our recorded local history, which dates back to 1622, are loaded with heroes. Take …

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The need for a revolutionary government

By BEN RANQUE, Undersecretary Department of Energy PRESIDENT Rodrigo Roa Duterte has come to power on the surge of high popular expectations. Unfortunately, formidable and systemic obstacles stand in the way of achieving these great expectations. The Philippines is an oligarchic state dominated by powerful business interests who finance elections. …

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Politicos a no-show at federalism rally

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief Iligan City — Although the rally was well attended as it had almost filled the city plaza, no political figure, incumbent or otherwise were seen where the rally about Federalism and the call for a revolutionary government here on Thursday. Mayor Celso Regencia …

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