September 28, 2017
PINERIDGE MP Rev Frederick McAlpine.
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TWO Free National Movement MPs stood alongside the Official Opposition yesterday against the House of Assembly proceeding with its normal agenda after the issue of opposition question time was raised during the sitting.
PINERIDGE MP Rev Frederick McAlpine refutes recent remarks made by Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis about him wanting Grand Bahamians to suffer, saying he only wants to see the island's economy progress.
PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis criticised Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine for the latter’s criticism of the government’s purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort, accusing Mr McAlpine of wanting the island to “suffer”.His comments came during a town hal
PINERIDGE MP Frederick McAlpine yesterday said businessmen in the Minnis administration would never spend their personal finances to buy the Grand Lucayan resort in the manner they are doing with taxpayer’s money. His statement was prompted by Free N
LOCAL activist the Rev Glenroy Bethel believes the severe mould issue at the courthouse building in Grand Bahama poses a danger to both staff and the public and is calling on Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine to ensure the situation is addressed.Worker
PINERIDGE MP Rev Frederick McAlpine has expressed concern over the “substandard” living conditions of police officers on Grand Bahama, calling for improved conditions at the police housing compound in Freeport.He complained that the homes the officer
THE Hotel Corporation has now transitioned to the Tourism Development Corporation (TDC), according to its Chairman, Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine.
PINERIDGE MP Frederick McAlpine said Grand Bahama “is dying a slow death,” urging his governing party to try a “little harder and faster” to bring some economic relief to the island.
OUTSPOKEN Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine yesterday ridiculed his government’s budget, telling parliamentarians it appears Free National Movement politicians have reneged on their words.
AMID calls from within his party to silence him, outspoken Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine was yesterday saluted by another adversarial group, Rights Bahamas. In a letter yesterday, RB vice-president Joseph Darville said the Free National Movement s
PINERIDGE MP Fredrick McAlpine yesterday backed away from the opportunity to respond to fellow party members who have scolded him for his public remarks concerning the Free National Movement and its policies. Mr McAlpine yesterday told The Tribune h
FREE National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer suggested yesterday Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine should seriously consider his future with the FNM following repeated disparaging remarks about the work of the government over the past year.
PINERIDGE MP Frederick McAlpine is concerned the benefits of the government’s Over-the-Hill tax exemption and rejuvenation plan will go to the wrong people.“I think it’s a good initiative but my concern is, will this be for Over-the-Hill communities
PINERIDGE MP Rev Frederick McAlpine made a $2,000 contribution to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home on Wednesday and appealed to others to help the local orphanage.“We are aware that the GB Children’s Home, that is in the Pineridge constituency, has b
The lone FNM voice who failed to back the Speaker yesterday was Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine, who argued the events of February 7 took the parliament to an “all-time low”. He said what has taken place reflected much of what Bahamians have disdain
PINERIDGE MP Frederick McAlpine urged the government to proceed with caution and due diligence regarding specified zoning for commercial enterprises, particularly in the Family Islands.
PINERIDGE MP Rev Fredrick McAlpine yesterday suggested that negative feedback directed at him for his critical stance on the government's proposed aid for Dominica, was due to "another agenda at play".
PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis was not offended by the contribution of Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine in the House of Assembly last week in which he questioned the government’s plans for helping Dominica in the wake of Hurricane Maria, Press Secretary Anthony Newbold suggested yesterday.
PINERIDGE MP Rev Frederick McAlpine admits while he was disappointed initially about not being appointed to the Cabinet, he now sees it as “a blessing in disguise” so he can better serve and help the people of his constituency.
WHILE insisting he is neither xenophobic nor racist, Pineridge MP Rev Fredrick McAlpine said he has no regrets about comments he made criticising his own party’s plan to accommodate Dominicans following the destruction Hurricane Maria caused in Domin
PINERIDGE MP Rev Fredrick McAlpine criticised his own party’s plan to accommodate Dominicans following the destruction Hurricane Maria wrought on Dominica, recommending that wealthy Cabinet ministers take money from their own pockets to contribute to the island’s restoration efforts rather than give Dominican people safe haven here.