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Court issues TRO
on Cabuga resort


The Regional Trial Court yesterday granted a three day temporary restraining order enjoining the Mushroom Realty Development Corp. under the name “RFC Metro Inn, Yaku Moo Restaurant, Bacolod Safari Zoo and Resort” represented by its president, Francis Rey Cabuga, and Office of the Building Official head Isidro Sun Jr., to refrain from continuing the development and construction of facilities and other structures in Metro Safari Resort without the required building permit and other mandatory clearances.

The TRO was issued by RTC Judge Manuel Cardinal Jr. of Branch 49 in relation to civil case No. 14-14345 filed by Barangay Alangilan Kagawads Alex Sausi, Roy Retiza and Donald Alimpolo against Cabuga and Sun on June 16.moremoremore

Guv: SM suit may
delay Ayala dev’t


Negros Occidental Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. and Vice Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson yesterday aired concern over the new suit filed by SM Prime Holdings Inc. (SMPHI) that could again delay the development by AyalaLand Inc. (ALI) of the 7.7-hectare property of the Capitol in Bacolod City that it plans to lease and buy.

“I am hoping and praying that the court will decide on the case swiftly,” Marañon said, noting that if the ALI development does not start it will delay expected provincial government revenues for the delivery of needed services to indigent residents of Negros Occidental.

“It only means that the project will be delayed further, I am not sure Ayala will continue with a case like this,” Lacson said.moremoremore

Torre wins Urian
best actor award


Bacoleño Joel Torre won the best actor award at the 37th Gawad Urian held at the ABS-CBN Dolphy Theater Tuesday night.

The multi-awarded actor, who is also a 2010 Outstanding Negrense awardee, won for his role in the action-thriller "On The Job."

He also won the Best Actor Award for the same role in the 17th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival in South Korea. moremoremore

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