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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.

‘Ignorance of the law excuses no one’

By Joey P. Nacalaban Correspondent . LAWYER James Judith slammed at his detractors who have earlier refuted his assertion that the city mayor can remove his appointed board of directors at the Cagayan de Oro Water District (COWD). Judith cited the Supreme Court decision in 1999 (Aguirre v de Castro, …

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2 city hall workers caught in drug bust

Cagayan de Oro City Hall

By NITZ ARANCON and JOEY NACALABAN Correspondents . POLICE arrested a city hall employee who once served as a driver for Councilor Ian Mark Nacaya, and a traffic aide during anti-drug operations over the weekend. Carmen police chief Demver Vergara identified one of the suspects as 40-year old Jeofrey Siera …

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Mindanao will need additional 3,000 mw from 2021 to 2030

THE high growth in real estate industry in Mindanao will require an additional power capacity of 3,000 megawatts between 2021 and 2030 to prevent shortage that may occur if no new power plants will be established within this period, Mindanao Development Authority executive deputy director Romeo Montenegro said. Montenegro said …

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Sixth grade Pilgrim stude drowns in Bayabas pool

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent . A 12-YEAR-OLD boy drowned in a swimming pool at a resort in Barangay Bayabas on Friday. Carmen police station commander Senior Insp. Demver Vergara identified the victim as Wesley Remalig of Magsaysay Street, this city. Vergara said Remalig had just finished 6th grade at Pilgrim …

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Govt crafting guidelines on right-of-way claims by IPs

THE Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP) are crafting an updated guidelines on road right-of-way claims, particularly those involving ancestral domains. This after Public Works Secretary Mark Villar and NCIP Chairperson Leonor Oralde-Quintayo signed a Memorandum of Agreement which aims to …

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Duterte’s ‘war on feces’

Herbie Gomez . WHERE is the science in all the noise on Boracay? The Boracay problem has everything to do with the environment and so, the solution should come from people who have a clear understanding of environmental science. If environmental scientists say that closing the island down for six …

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‘Battling bastards of Bataan’

Raul Ilogon . NO mama, no papa, no Uncle Sam, no aunts, no uncles, no cousins, no nieces, no pills, no planes, no artillery pieces. And nobody gives a damn about the “battling bastards of Bataan.” The defenders of Bataan were ordered to hold the line for as long as …

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