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Gascoigne

Pleasant 'oasis' has shed its colonial past

I must protest at the article by Liam Fitzpatrick in Post Magazine, on November 17, on the United Services Recreation Club (USRC) in Gascoigne Road, Kowloon.

Sunday, 1 December, 2002, 12:00am

Cyclist critical, five others hurt on roads

Six people were hurt, two seriously, in four separate accidents early yesterday.

A 36-year-old cyclist was critically hurt when she was hit from behind by a car and a minibus on Nathan Road, Mongkok.

A car overturned at the eastbound exit of the Kai Tak tunnel in Kowloon Bay, seriously injuring the driver, 31.

20 Jan 2002 - 12:00am

Car flips

A DRIVER, 22, suffered head injuries when her car flipped on the Gascoigne Road flyover. She apparently lost control of the car, hitting iron roadside rail ings, after turning off Chatham Road South.

17 Sep 2000 - 12:00am

Seven hurt in crash

SEVEN people were injured after a coach and car collided head-on on the Gascoigne Road flyover in Kowloon.

26 Jan 1997 - 12:00am

The way to settle scores

Football git Paul Gascoigne may have emerged unscathed after his antics in the cabin of a Cathay Pacific jet while en route from Hong Kong to London - but have we heard the last of it? Certainly not, says a clique of Hong Kong lawyers disgusted at the weak-kneed attitude of British soccer officials.

9 Jun 1996 - 12:00am

Night before Gazza & Co's riotous flight

Just 24 hours before England soccer star Paul Gascoigne allegedly let loose on Flight CX251 he was having a ripping time in a Hong Kong bar . . . tearing teammates shirts off and downing Flaming Lamborghinis.

31 May 1996 - 12:00am

Tackling Gascoigne the gold mine

Ha'Way The Lad: The Authorised Biography of Paul Gascoigne by Mel Stein Partridge Press $255 REMEMBER Paul Gascoigne? He's charming, sensationally skilful, zany, crazy and sometimes as daft as a brush, depending on whom you listen to.

Throw a bunch of adjectives, metaphors and similes into the air and no matter which one drops into your hand, it will describe Gazza.

8 Jul 1995 - 12:00am

Cabin crushed

A BUS driver was in a critical condition last night after being trapped in the crushed cabin of his tour coach for nearly an hour after it crashed in Jordan. The coach had been travelling west on the Gascoigne Road flyover.

26 Jun 1995 - 12:00am

Motorcyclist hurt in crash

A MOTORCYCLIST was seriously injured yesterday when his machine crashed into the central divider on Gascoigne Road flyover in Yau Ma Tei. Richard Baes, 22, was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital where he was admitted in ill condition.

10 Dec 1993 - 12:00am

Ball left firmly in JLG's court

THE future of a tennis court hangs in the balance as British and Chinese negotiators continue to wrangle over the disposal of military land.

While the British Garrison is scaling down its presence, the United Services Recreation Club has plans to expand its small part of the defence estate.

4 Sep 1993 - 12:00am