Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines Wednesday, June 18, 2014
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Soldier-participants in the Marching for Peace, Serving the Countryside activity arrive in Brgy. Quintin Remo, Moises Padilla, after more than five hours of foot marching from Brgy. Cabacungan, La Castellana.*

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SM files new raps vs. Capitol,
counter suit for damages eyed

SM Prime Holdings Inc. (SMPHI) has again filed charges against the Negros Occidental provincial government officials led by Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. and members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, and this time, has included AyalaLand Inc. (ALI).

In Civil Case No. 14-14323 it filed before Bacolod Regional Trial Court Branch 48, SMPHI is seeking the nullification of a deed of conditional sale and contract of lease between the Negros Occidental provincial government and ALI involving the Capitol’s 7.7-hectare prime property in Bacolod City.

The governor yesterday said indigent residents of Negros Occidental, who have been affected by the delay in the lease and sale of the Capitol property because of legal actions taken by SMPHI, may file a damage suit for billions of pesos against the firm as pauper litigants.moremoremore

Guv offers help
to rebel priest


BRGY. QUINTIN REMO, Moises Padilla - Negros Occidental Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. yesterday reiterated his offer of medical treatment to priest-turned-rebel Frank Fernandez, who is reportedly suffering from a lingering kidney ailment.

Marañon said he received reports that Fernandez, who was reported by the military to be the secretary of Komiteng Rehiyonal-Negros, is sick.

“He (Fernandez) should come down from the mountains, and we will help him even with a kidney transplant,” he added.moremoremore

Officials back peace
drive in 5th district


Local government officials in the 5th district of Negros Occidental yesterday lauded and supported the “winning the peace” campaign of the Philippine Army and National Police, under the Provincial Peace Integration and Development Unit.

The campaign aims to bring the government closer to the people, especially those residing in the hinterlands of the province.

Mayor Ella Garcia-Yulo said yesterday that the Marching for Peace, Serving the Countryside activity of the 303rd Infantry Brigade and PNP units, which made its first convergence in Brgy. Quintin Remo, Moises Padilla, showed the people that the government cares for them.

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