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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.

Couple falls in buy-bust

Two alleged drug pushers were  arrested in a hot pursuit operation by the operatives of Police Station 3  Agora along Gaabucayan Ext., Barangay 22 this city, last Thursday night. Arrested were Manolo Tomada Tepepa, 33, and his wife Normindah Dumaro, of Mabasa Compound, Barangay Balulang who were onboard a Toyota ...

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‘Marawi crisis nears end,’ Army assures

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief Iligan City — “It is just a matter of time when the government really takes full control,’’ Lt. Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, spokesperson of the Army’s 1st Infantry Division told reporters over the weekend. “Paliit ng paliit ang area nila,” he said. On Saturday, ...

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Ludabi to train ‘mother tongue’ teachers

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr. Correspondent ILIGAN City — The Lubas sa Dagang Bisaya – Iligan Chapter (Ludabi-Iligan) will conduct a training for teachers of the “Mother Tongue” in the Division of City Schools this coming July 21 at the Division Office Conference Hall, this city. Fem Flores, Former National ...

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Lanao del Sur officials warn against ‘creeping Islamophobia’

MARAWI City — Two Lanao del Sur officials have warned against a “creeping Islamophobia” as they frowned over a proposal for an identification card for Muslims. Zia Alonto Adiong, spokesperson of the Provincial Crisis Management Committee, said the proposal is discriminatory. “Why the selective implementation?” he asked. “Islamophobia is starting ...

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Misor board schedules hearings on proposed tax law change

THE province’s legislature would start public hearings on the proposed amendment of Misamis Oriental’s revenue code. The provincial board has scheduled two public hearings. One would be held for the province’s 1st District in Talisayan at the town’s gymnasium starting at 1:30 pm on  July 21. The other is scheduled ...

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Islamic schools of thought

Yusuf Morales (Disclaimer: The author wishes to highlight the fact that there are many manifestations of how Islam is understood and practiced as a way of life. However, unlike the Christians who cannot pray together under one prayer leader or minister except in cases of ecumenical worship services, Muslims of ...

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Seafarer’s death compensation

Dennis Gorecho A UK P&I study noted that suicide is the highest cause of fatalities at sea  as a result of mental health issues among seafarers, accounting for 15 percent of deaths.  Factors for suicides in the case of seafarers include  young age, isolation and the impact of social media. Causes ...

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Duterte’s first year: a test of wills

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte is marking his first year in office in Marawi City, the Islamic Center in Mindanao now ravaged by continuing military ground offensives and aerial bombardment. The past year has been a test of wills, between a people fighting for survival and a government desperately asserting power by ...

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Duterte to Reds: Stop ‘extortion’

By MART D. SAMBALUD Davao Today DAVAO City — The peace talks with the government and the communists would only resume if the New People’s Army, the armed-wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines, would stop collecting revolutionary taxes, President Rodrigo Duterte said. Duterte said the NPA’s revolutionary tax ...

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