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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.

How about activating local parliaments? (2)

Manny Valdehuesa 2nd Part NOWHERE in our political system today is parliamentary governance practiced. This despite the fact that the law, long ago, had already ordained the parliamentary system to operate in every community or barangay. This system is characterized by its power structure and by its unique check and …

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Screwdrivers, Other Hand Tools Now Available at RS Components Philippines

MAKATI CITY – Leading engineering product retailer RS Components (RS) recently announced the availability of its  screwdriver selection along with other hand tools in the Philippine market. Customers will now have the ability to order these items from the company’s new online store from anywhere. Screwdriver sets are available whether …

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Oca writes to DILG: ‘Pls. don’t disturb’

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent MAYOR Oscar Moreno yesterday wrote to the Department of Interior and Local Government to inform it that he has reported to work following the issuance of a Court of Appeals resolution on Wednesday. He asked the interior department to allow him to work at city hall …

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Galua case lawyers told to submit memos on hospital stay

A REGIONAL court on Wednesday gave prosecutors and the defense lawyer in the illegal arms and explosives cases against architect Rey Galua over a week to submit their respective memoranda before it decides on the motion to allow the respondent to stay in a hospital. Judge Henry Damasing  of the …

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Dongkoy accepts Oca dare on behalf of son Bambi but…

By LITO RULONA Correspondent EX-MAYOR Vicente Emano yesterday “accepted” Mayor Oscar Moreno’s challenge for his son to run for Cagayan de Oro mayor next year. But here’s the catch: the elder Emano said that at the end of the day, it was still the call of his son Yevgeny Vincente, …

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DILG exec holds back after CA resolution

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE Department of Interior and Local Government’s regional office was careful with its pronouncements yesterday about the city hall situation after the Court of Appeals released a new resolution that favored the position of Mayor Oscar Moreno. On Wednesday afternoon, before the CA resolution was released, …

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Of fake news and the rising tides of authoritarianism

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental – Traditionally, news is a story about an event disseminated to the public by the print or broadcast media. It is perceived as a truthful or factual reporting of an event as it happened. Often, to ascertain accuracy, facts are crosschecked with the observations of …

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Beyond negotiating panels (1)

Sitti Djalia Turabin-Hataman “We cannot leave peace work only to those in the negotiating tables, the peace panels or the legislators.”   FOR thousands of years we were all just like every Austronesian-speaking people, in villages or out in the sea, until 1380 when a group of people in what …

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On water and rice

Egay Uy I CHOSE to be thankful for the official statement of the Cagayan de Oro Water District that it will continue to absorb the supposed increase in the price of the bulk water it receives from CDO Bulkwater Inc. (Cobi) in the amount of six pesos per cubic meter. …

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