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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.

Duterte bats for ‘inclusive’ Bangsamoro legislation

By Teng Lauban Datu Cotabato City Bureau Chief MAGUINDANAO — President Rodrigo Duterte is pushing for an all-inclusive Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL), which will not only address the historical injustices committed against the Moro people in Mindanao but also include the rights and interests of the Indigenous Peoples and Christian …

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Opapp, Ched fete grads of scholarship program

By Teng Lauban Datu Cotabato City Bureau Chief GENERAL SANTOS City — Moro graduates from batches 2013-2017 were acknowledged during the recently held Bangsamoro Graduates’ Assembly late last month. The ceremony is in line with the government’s extended financial support to former rebels or members of their families and communities …

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Help in Marawi rehabilitation instead, group says

An environmental watchdog urged the public to help in the rehabilitation of Marawi City by not buying firecrackers this yuletide holidays. “We appeal to our fellow Filipinos to think twice before buying firecrackers and pyrotechnic devices or staging costly firework displays at a time when tens of thousands of residents …

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Rain

Flash fiction by Raymond A. Ybanez I was heading home from work when, on the road, I chanced upon the strong downpour of rain. I pulled my old motorcycle over on the side of the overpass to wear my raincoat. As the flow of car traffic slowed down on the …

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NCTU says it won’t take part in strike

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE National  Confederation of  Transport  Unions won’t support or take part in the two-day public transportation sector strike being organized by the Solidarity of Transport Alliance in Northern Mindanao-Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide next week. NCTU said it has a stake in the …

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Xavier exhibit: Bearing witness to war

THE modern age is accustomed to graphic images of war. From Francisco Goya’s series of etchings The disasters of War to Picasso’s Guernica, art has the ability to profoundly shock and disturb. Art in the recent century has portrayed war and the drama of perverse human suffering in the midst …

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Congress has new target for passage of Bangsamoro law

DAVAO City — With only a few days left until Congress goes on recess on Dec. 16, no Bangsamoro law will be passed by yearend as originally envisioned by the Duterte administration’s Bangsamoro Peace and Development Roadmap approved in July 2016. The new target for passing the law is March …

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Dad echoes proposal to build 5-level car park in Divisoria

By LITO RULONA Correspondent COUNCILOR Ian Mark Nacaya has re-introduced the proposal for the construction of a five-level building for parking in Divisoria as one of the solutions to the growing problem on vehicular congestion in downtown Cagayan de Oro. Nacaya told the city council that the Roads and Traffic …

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Daba body to check city dumpsite next week

COUNCILOR Suzette Daba, the chairperson of Task Force Coliform, has called on the different sectors in the city to join the ocular inspection of the sanitary landfill in Barangay Pagalungan next week. Daba said the ocular inspection would form part of the task force’s investigation to determine whether or not …

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Finger-pointing

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental — The war had ended a month ago, but the finger-pointing continues.  Some Maranao blame the government for the devastation of their homeland and the ruin of their lives. In fact, a group is poised to file a class suit against the government for what …

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