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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.

Bato presents ASG leader in Butig war to reporters

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief and Ric Palahang Correspondent . AUTHORITIES, led by Philippine National Police Chief Ronald dela Rosa, presented a leader of the Abu Sayyaf Group on Monday to reporters. Broadcasted live on national TV, dela Rosa identified the ASG leader as Abdul Nasser Lomondot who …

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Starex mobilizing

By CONG B. CORRALES Associate Editor . A MILITANT group yesterday announced that it would gather various transport associations and cooperatives across northern Mindanao this month to map out protest actions this month against the Land Transportation Office’s “Tanggal Bulok-Tanggal Usok” operations. In a statement yesterday, Ringo Lago, secretary general …

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Military seizes 10 villagers on suspicion of ties to NPA

By CONG. B. CORRALES Associate Editor . THE vice mayor of Kitaotao town in Bukidnon yesterday confirmed that officials and residents of Barangay Digongan were rounded up and held by the military last week on mere suspicion that they were supporters of the New People’s Army. In a phone interview …

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Exec says poll body to implement SK rule vs dynasties

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . A COMMISSION on Elections (Comelec) official yesterday cautioned those planning to run for seats in the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) against violating the provision against political dynasties in the SK Reform Act of 2015, saying the law would be used in the coming elections. Lawyer Joe …

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EU sets aside P10.9-b aid for M’nao, power dev’t

DEVELOPMENT assistance amounting to P10.88 billion for Mindanao, and energy projects all over the Philippines will be up for negotiation with the Philippine government, an executive from the European Union (EU) said. “We have an ongoing commitment of EUR 260 million, some of them are actually contracted for implementation,” said …

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Construction worker, depressed, hangs self

By JOEY NACALABAN, Correspondent . A MAN, believed to be suffering from depression, hanged himself with a rope yesterday morning. Police identified the suicide as 50-year old Verlene Dablio, a construction worker of Zone 6, Calaanan, Barangay Canitoan, this city. It was his septuagenarian mother Erma who found Dablio dead …

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2nd Oro fire to hit this month breaks out at Xavier Heights

By JOEY NACALABAN and NITZ ARANCON Correspondents . THE second fire to happen in the city since the start of “Fire Prevention Month” broke out at Xavier Heights subdivision in Upper Balulang, this city, yesterday morning. Authorities said the house, located at Block 26,  Lot 16, Phase 1 of Xavier …

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Choose kind

Cong Corrales . “When given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind.” -RJ Palacio, Wonder [2012]   ON Saturday, I already monitored the news of the supposed capture of six alleged members of the New People’s Army by the 62nd Infantry Battalion in Mabinay, Negros Oriental. I …

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Fair trial?

Batas Mauricio . IF the offer to be an undercard for the fight of boxing champion Jeff Horn is an insult, why then did Top Rank’s Bob Arum offer it to you, Sen. Manny Pacquiao? Could it be that, from the point of view of Arum, a hard-nosed and veteran …

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