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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.

Uratex visits Lanao Del Norte Hospitals to donate mattresses under its Project 50 initiative

Uratex is blazing a trail this year with one of its biggest and most significant corporate social responsibility projects. Named Project 50, the initiative is part of the leading foam manufacturer’s efforts in celebrating its 50th year in the industry. The program, which follows the motto “Thanksgiving Through Giving” is …

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AFP backs likely talks with ‘terrorist’ group

THE military’s Eastern Mindanao Command (Eastmincom) has assured support to the possible resumption of the stalled peace negotiations between the government and the National Democratic Front (NDF), an organization the Malacañang and the Armed Forces have tagged as “terrorist.” This came even after recent attacks in Davao City and Davao …

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Liberate your smartphones

Cong Corrales . “Paranoia is just reality on a finer scale.” -Strange Days (1995)   IT has been two full weeks since I unplugged my smartphone from the matrix of Mark Zuckerberg. I have deleted all Zuckerberg owned apps from my smartphone. Now, I use my smartphone how it’s meant …

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The box of tears

Brady Eviota . BERN, Switzerland  – March 31 this year should have been a red-letter day for OFWs. That’s the day when the Philippine customs ended its suspension of the revised rules on the sending of our balikbayan boxes. The new set of rules – Customs Administrative Order (CAO) 05-2016 …

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HLURB’s response

Ben Contreras . CHALLENGED by the statements of the Church, the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board responded with an eight-page answer, citing resolved issues seriatim, laws and counter argumentations. Let me take on HLURB’s response to “separation of Church and State”: “The realm of belief and creed is infinite …

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Cart before the horses

Pat Diaz . GENERAL Santos City — “Putting the cart before the horse” is an adage expressing “oddity” or “reverse order” – “baliktad” in Tagalog; “suli” in Bisaya-Ilonggo; in Bisaya-Cebuano, the President’s native tongue, may someone fill the blank. This is what’s being done in the Philippines in the move …

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