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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.

Sense of entitlement

Netnet Camomot SEVERAL non-showbiz people somehow already knew that Kevin Spacey is gay. There’s a certain way a gay guy speaks and moves that can inspire the gaydar to ponder and say, Hmmm, and Spacey’s were among those “inspirations.” Like Barry Manilow whose official coming out finally happened last April …

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BFP pegs damage of Osmeña fire at P1.3m

By A.L. RICALDE Correspondent THE Bureau of Fire has estimated the cost of damage in Monday’s fire at P1.3 million. An estimated P1.3-million worth of properties were destroyed in a fire that razed  Michiba Marketing store along Osmeña St., here on Monday, a Bureau of Fire Protection official said. Senior …

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P8.7-m road projects in Oro soon

THE implementation of city road projects amounting to P8.7 million is in the offing. The City Council has approved an ordinance authorizing Mayor Oscar Moreno to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Public Works and Highways and the Department of the Interior and Local Government for …

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Acenas inspects Gusa, Canitoan subdivisions

COUNCILOR Dometilo Acenas Jr., chair of the City Council committee on subdivision and landed estate, led the ocular inspection yesterday in Calaanan, Barangay Canitoan. This is in response to the request of P.N. Roa Realty Corporation for the cancellation of the approved Alteration of Plan of P.N. Roa Valley Subdivision …

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Isis posts 34 times a day on social media: PIA exec

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief and Sita Asequia Correspondent Iligan City — Isis posts in social media 34 times a day, declared Harold E. Clavite, Director-General of the Philippine Information Agency, to reporters here over the weekend. “Palupig ba ta ani,” Clavite rhetorically asked speaking as keynote speaker …

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Bukambibig poetry folio of spoken word calls for new entries

Bukambibig Poetry Folio of Spoken Word Philippines, a multilingual, free-access, and digital folio of performance poetry, is now open for contributions to its second volume’s first issue which is a special issue on the Moros and the Indigenous Peoples (IPs). The folio is looking for performance poems or spoken word …

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Normin writers receive national fellowships

Two members of the Nagkahiusang Magsusulat sa Cagayan de Oro (Nagmac)—senior fellow Arnie Q Mejia and junior fellow Charmaine Carrillo—brought honor to Northern Mindanao with respective national literary fellowships and awards. Mejia’s creative nonfiction collection, ‘Writing Naked: A Memoir,’ published by UST Publishing House in 2016, has been named as …

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COWD gears up for legal battle vs Rio

By LITO RULONA Correspondent THE Cagayan de Oro Water District is preparing to bring Rio Verde Water Consortium Inc. to court in an effort to prevent it from making good its threat to cut down the water pressure, the public utility firm’s general manager disclosed yesterday. Engr. Rachel Beja revealed …

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Lim did not get paid for foreshore: DPWH exec

By BEN BALCE Staff member THE Department of Public Works and Highways spent nothing to make businessman and Barangay 33 chairman Conrad Lim yield in connection with a dispute over a foreshore in Lapasan that delayed the completion of a major coastal road project. “Mr. Lim did not ask for …

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Lorenzana cost estimate of Marawi crisis: P4 billion

THE government spent an estimated P4 billion in the five-month battle against the Maute Group in Marawi City, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said yesterday. Lorenzana said at the sidelines of the defense department’s 78th founding anniversary: “I don’t have figures now but last time, I think (total expenses) is close …

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