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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.

Maranao leaders hold consultation conference

ILIGAN City — To get the pulse of the people affected by the Marawi conflict, a Maranao Leaders’ Consultation Summit was conducted in this city with Ulamas, Sultanate leaders, women groups, civil society organizations, some officials of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao and other sectors as participants. Issues and ...

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Año decides to cancel deployment of battalion to Marawi

AS clearing operations in war-torn Marawi City are set to wind down soon, the Armed Forces has suspended the deployment of another battalion as reinforcement to units still engaged in fighting Maute Group terrorists. For reasons of operational security,  AFP public information office chief Col. Edgard Arevalo declined to say ...

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Man under safekeeping burns to death in El Salvador fire

THEY were supposed to keep the man safe but unintentionally put him in harm’s way. Rene Fuentes, believed to be mentally ill, was burned to death when a fire of still undetermined cause, broke out and destroyed the old city hall building of El Salvador, Misamis Oriental at around midnight ...

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Number of Catholic church weddings drop by 12% in Oro

By ANJANETTE VILLAMOR Correspondent/ THE number of couples who tied the knot at the St. Augustine cathedral and other Roman Catholic churches in the city plunged by some 12 percent from 2015 to 2016. Data from the local archdiocese show that there were 2,452 couples who were wed in various ...

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Origin of our liberties

Bencyrus Ellorin / FOR over a hundred years, the Filipino people have experimented with democracy. The Katipunan fought for the Filipino nation against the Spanish colonizers of 300 years. Soon after, the Americans ambushed Philippine independence. Officially, the promulgation of the 1935 Constitution ushered out American colonization, but was briefly ...

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Listening to Maranaw voices

Mags Maglana / DAVAO City–These days, it is important to actively listen to Maranaw voices, not only those from Marawi, but even those from the adjoining areas of Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte. I emphasize “active listening” because of its proven effectiveness in conflict management and resolution. Practitioners ...

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Drug courier falls in checkpoint in Sulkud

PIGCAWAYAN, Cotabato — A 59-year old man was arrested in a checkpoint at the poblacion of Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao after being caught with 30 sachets of suspected shabu in his possession. According to Police Chief Esmail Madin of the municipality of Sultan Kudarat, a concerned citizen from Barangay Dalumangcob of ...

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