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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.

Militiaman, drunk, shoots tanod dead

DOCTORS at the JR Borja Memorial General Hospital here declared a barangay tanod dead on arrival after he was shot by a militiaman in Barangay Cauyonan in Opol town, Misamis Oriental. Chief Insp. Dennis Flores, commander of Opol town police, identified the fatality as Fausto Castillon, 56, a barangay tanod …

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Multiplication isn’t just math

Rhona Canoy . SO… Because it is that time of year (again) when I come face to face with parents, it got me to thinking about parenthood and progeny. For the most part, we take having children for granted. It is the expected outcome of marriage, although these days it …

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Two-edged sword

Ian Alfredo Magno . ONE stark distinction between murder and homicide is pre-meditation.  Such a term denotes a measured planning, plotting or deliberation before perpetrating a fatal intent upon another.  Although the end point is the same, that is the killing of another, the difference significantly lies in the state …

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#Bantaybastos hypocrisy

Ben Contreras . THE #BANTAYBASTOS campaign is bereft of sincerity and good intentions, an advocacy pregnant with political hypocrisy. If you don’t believe it is targeting the President and his men, just look at the people in the picture and the people posting it. Bastos is a character flaw we …

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Why take part in local governance

Manny Valdehuesa . AS a people who profess to be committed to democracy, our political record, especially with respect to elections, show us to be immature voters. We are easily manipulated. We are too readily swayed by campaign promises. Too many are susceptible to election bribery like vote-buying or selling. …

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Armm opens summer jobs for students, out-of-school youth

By Teng L. Datu Cotabato City Bureau Chief . Cotabato City — The Department of Labor and Employment in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (Dole-Armm) has announced that some 1,411 summer jobs are currently available for students and out-of-school youth across the region. Secretary Muslimin Jakilan of Dole-Armm said …

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More judges come out vs ‘Red Monday’

By LINA SAGARAL REYES, Special Correspondent, and LITO RULONA, Correspondent . FOURTEEN judges went public on Wednesday in the wake of “Red Monday” which saw four court-associated groups urging Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno to resign instead of undergoing the impeachment process in the Senate. The 14 judges from the …

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AI on govt withdrawal from Rome Statute: Not so fast

By CONG B. CORRALES Associate Editor . NOBEL Peace Prize laureate Amnesty International yesterday questioned the validity of President Duterte’s recent declaration to withdraw from the Rome Statute, saying he cannot do that without the Senate’s green light because it is an international treaty. Amnesty International-Philippines told a news conference …

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