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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.

Black tax

Rhona Canoy . SO… I first heard the term recently and I was struck by the concept behind the term, especially since it is one that is truly pervasive in our land. It was brilliantly explained by Trevor Noah, a black comedian from South Africa. After hearing all the criticism …

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Saving Bora

Ian Alfredo Magno . WOULD losing roughly P20 billion – in terms of tourism revenues in six month’s time – a worthy cost for saving a natural heritage in Boracay? News about Boracay’s temporary closure spread like wildfire when it was ordered shut down from further tourist influx beginning 26 …

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Separation of Church and State?

Ben Contreras . RELIGION is the opium of the poor and millions have been addicted to it because if one just possesses faith without question, He will provide. The poor are tempted to do nothing because they believe, with faith, He will provide, and that includes food. Funny, it’s not …

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Dubious characters pushing the federal agenda

Manny Valdehuesa . FOR federalism to work, it needs to be rooted in a sense of selfeliance, of self-governance, even of independence. In a word, empowered. These attributes derive from one’s consciousness of citizen power, a fervor that burned in the hearts of people during the time of Andres Bonifacio, …

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Impeachment would validate Sereno appointment

Batas Mauricio . THERE is an important and interesting issue that is going to crop up if the entire House of Representatives will finally vote to approve the articles of impeachment that its Justice Committee has already come up with against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Aranal Sereno. This issue goes …

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Learning to be contemplative

Fr. Roy Cimagala . EVERYONE should learn to be contemplative. We are actually meant for it. Equipped and wired for it, we reach our ideal situation when we manage to become contemplatives even in the middle of the world. We have to start with ourselves before we can dare to …

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Underage suspect faces anti-carnapping charges in Gingoog city

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent . Gingoog City — An underaged suspect of carnapping will be facing criminal charges as the authorities filed  a case for violating Section 3 of the New Anti Carnapping Law (RA 10883). Chief investigator Teddy Macarayo has confirmed that they filed the charges against a 17-year-old …

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Camiguin officials, stakeholders hold sustainable tourism forum

Department of Trade and Industry in Camiguin (DTI-Camiguin) participated during the Camiguin Tourism Stakeholders Forum held at the Camiguin Convention Center recently. The stakeholder groups  even have an interest in the development of the area as a tourist destinations. The forum aimed to discuss issues and concerns of the Camiguin …

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IPs’ session on free enterprise, consumer rights, responsibilities held in Iligan city

In response to Barangay IPMR’s (Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representative) request to capacitate the Indigenous Peoples (IPs), a SMERA session on Entrepreneurship cum Consumer Rights and Responsibilities,  IPs meeting was conducted on March 22 in Iligan City, report said Thursday. The Entrepreneurship learning session was attended by market vendors, IPs (Indigenous …

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