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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.

Oro press club joins other groups in slamming Rappler ban

By CONG B. CORRALES Associate Editor THE Cagayan de Oro Press Club yesterday joined other news organizations in decrying Malacañang’s ban on Rappler and its reporter Pia Ranada. On Tuesday, Ranada  was held at Malacañang’s gate for at least 10 minutes before she was finally allowed to pass through after …

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Angara wants govt hospitals to provide dialysis units

By SHIELA MAE BUTLIG Correspondent CHIEFS of government hospitals would end up being slapped with fines of up to P100 thousand unless they put in place dialysis centers — that is, if Sen. Juan Edgardo Angara succeeds in pushing for the approval of a proposed law. Angara’s Senate Bill 1329 …

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PCC en banc to hear case vs COWD, Metro Pacific

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent IT will now be the Philippine Competition Commission en banc’s turn to hear the complaints of councilors Teodulfo Lao Jr., Enrico Salcedo, and Reuben Daba against Cagayan de Oro Water District and Metro Pacific Water Investments Corp.. Lawyer James Judith said this after a three-person panel …

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GOVERNOR’S NIGHT

Sen. Juan Edgardo Angara and Misamis Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano strike a pose with officers of the Philippine Association of Local Government Accountants at the Limbketkai Atrium on Wednesday. The capitol played host to the “Governor’s Night” to welcome participants to Phalga’s three-day conference here. (photo by joey nacalaban) …

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SOLIDARITY

A nun joins demonstrators and lights a candle to dramatize solidarity with survivors of the Marawi siege at the Press Freedom Monument at the capitol grounds here on Wednesday night. Above, Iglesia Filipina Independiente priest Jong Abejo of the Mindanaons for Civil Liberties addresses the crowd. The activity was organized …

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Journey towards global justice

Jude Josue Sabio I WAS in Cagayan de Oro City recuperating from my angioplasty on my coronary arteries in June 2016 when I heard about the news on Edgar Matobato in middle of September that year.  Matobato testified in a Senate inquiry dealing with the spate of extra-judicial killings since …

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Mountaineers turned basurero!

Raul Ilogon WE are mountaineers but when the need arises, we can turn into high altitude garbage collectors with the passion of a Pokémon hunter. I have been climbing mountains since I was 19 years old. I’m turning 56 this year. That’s more than half my lifetime. My mountaineering club, …

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Sounds familiar

Egay Uy FASTCOMPANY.COM offers signs by which incompetent managers or heads of office may be spotted. A member of the board of directors of a certain company wrote that as soon as he joined the firm, he recognized that its management was not competent to run the business. It took …

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Balanced diet

Netnet Camomot THE difference between a “prime person of interest” and a “person of interest” is the word “prime.” To the dieter, the word “prime” can also make a difference since it refers to the highest-quality and yummiest beef which may not belong to his healthy diet of tinolang manok, …

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Saving the salvageable

Fr. Roy Cimagala IT’S an art we have to learn. Especially these days when what is good can be flooded by an ocean of evil things, we have to know how to identify that good and try our best to save it and turn it into an agent to convert …

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