A 23-year-old man was arrested yesterday as he tried to smuggle an endangered live eagle, wrapped tightly in plastic, into Hong Kong.Monday, 14 April, 2008, 12:00am
The Eagles have finally decided to check out of Hotel California and go back to the recording studio to release a new album, Long Road Out of Eden.
Their last studio album, The Long Run, was released in 1979, and since then, a number of compilations and live albums have been released over the past three decades.25 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
Hong Kong Coliseum
Reliving your youth can be a costly experience, as The Eagles demonstrated to extravagant effect last night in staging Hong Kong's most expensive rock concert.21 Oct 2004 - 12:00am
LEGENDS OF ROCK
Veteran rockers the Eagles will be appearing at the Hong Kong Coliseum this evening for a one-night-only concert. The concert marks the band's debut Hong Kong performance.
The Eagles have been billed as one of the biggest rock bands in the world since their first album The Eagles, released in 1972.20 Oct 2004 - 12:00am
Thank you to the hundreds of readers who entered our Eagles tickets giveaway contest. CitySeen received some very good answers and though it was tough deciding on just one entry, we would like to congratulate Drew Bishop, whose favourite song is Hotel California.20 Oct 2004 - 12:00am
A rare white-bellied sea eagle born near the Penny's Bay Disneyland site earlier this year is feared to have died during Typhoon Utor last month.
The latest report from a consultant appointed by the Civil Engineering Department said there was no sign of the eagle during its two field surveys on July 8 and July 29.24 Aug 2001 - 12:00am
A pair of rare white-bellied sea eagles nesting near the Penny's Bay Disneyland site have hatched an egg despite fears that their habitat could be damaged by building work.
But the latest report from a consultant appointed by the Civil Engineering Department also recorded the prolonged absence of the chick's father.7 Jun 2001 - 12:00am
A pair of rare white-bellied sea eagles may have to move their nest to make way for Mickey Mouse, an environmental report on the future Disneyland said.
But the report, compiled by the Civil Engineering Department, said the birds would only have to move in the worst-case scenario because the potential disturbance caused by the theme park project would be moderate.14 Mar 2000 - 12:00am