Noel Gallagher is a name you associate with alternative rock - which isn't surprising as he was former lead guitarist for Oasis.Friday, 18 November, 2011, 12:00am
Noel Gallagher is a name you associate with alternative rock - which isn't surprising as he was former lead guitarist for Oasis.
High Flying Birds is his first solo project since Oasis split. It is a true masterpiece that encompasses his subtle mastery of music - songs laced with an undertone of comfort, reminding you that everything will be okay.18 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Noel Gallagher is synonymous with alternative rock - which isn't surprising as he was former lead guitarist for Oasis.
Post-Oasis, High Flying Birds is his first solo project. This first venture is a veritable masterpiece that encompasses his subtle mastery of music - especially songs laced with an undertone of comfort, reminding you that everything will be okay.13 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Urban Renewal Authority project's theme is 'Central Oasis'
The Central Market, which ceased to operate in March 2003, is one of the oldest heritage landmarks in Hong Kong. Built in 1939, the four-storey market was given grade three historical building status in 1990.12 May 2011 - 12:00am
At first glance, Hurts don't appear to have a lot in common with Oasis. The moody pop duo - singer Theo Hutchcraft and keyboardist-guitarist-producer Adam Anderson - are a well-mannered, fashion-conscious pair not prone to making grandiose statements about their own Christ-like qualities.1 May 2011 - 12:00am
Hundreds of former Oasis staff yesterday flocked to a career fair where more than 1,800 aviation jobs were on offer.
The recruitment drive by a labour union in To Kwa Wan comes after almost 700 Oasis Hong Kong Airlines workers were sacked on Friday of last week when the company's provisional liquidator, accounting firm KPMG, ran out of funds.26 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
Jobless former Oasis employees are seeking more than HK$10 million in back pay and salaries in lieu of notice through the Protection of Wages on Insolvency Fund.20 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
Prospects for a rescue of Oasis Hong Kong Airlines suffered a serious setback yesterday when its provisional liquidator ran out of funds to pay the nearly 700 staff and made all but a handful redundant.
'Clearly, this news has implications for any prospective rescue, even if there's one still there,' said Edward Middleton, of accounting firm KPMG, the provisional liquidator.19 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
Oasis Hong Kong Airlines staff who lost their jobs yesterday will be paid for the 10 days following the carrier's announcement it was insolvent, KPMG head of restructuring services Edward Middleton said.19 Apr 2008 - 12:00am