1725: Fair to say that Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is not a happy chappy about that first Liverpool goal at Anfield, which came when Michael Turner tapped the ball back to his goalkeeper Simon Mignolet so he could take a free kick. Fernando Torres acted as if the free kick had been taken and ran through before squaring for Dirk Kuyt to score. Bruce said: “Where do you start? The thing is we can talk about referee decisions but it will hide from the way we played.
Worn at the same time. It quite the task trying to wear as many colours as possible while also wearing as little fabric as possible. But Splendour punters accepted the challenge.. News at 10.e: This isn a pro FOX argument, but a reality check that there are significant numbers of young elements of the radical right. Significant numbers of old people watch left leaning news. And NOTHING is as clearly delineated as we would like this to be.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileMetro Vancouver has started a campaign to encourage Olympic tourists to drink tap water instead of buying bottled water creating a potential conflict with Coca Cola, one of the biggest official sponsors of the Games.Coca Cola expects to sell more than a million plastic containers of its Dasani bottled water during the Olympics. But Metro Vancouver’s water committee chairman, Tim Stevenson, says the city campaign aims to reduce sales of bottled water by 20 per cent by the end of 2010.Read moreTake our poll:Poll: How do you prefer your drinking water, bottled or direct from tap?(survey software)(This poll is not scientific. It is based on readers’ votes.)Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileForeign Minister Lawrence Cannon addresses the United Nations General Assembly. Cannon had been campaigning on behalf of Canada, which competed for a seat on the Security Council. (Jason DeCrow/Associated Press)By CBC NewsCanada dropped its bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council after coming behind Portugal in second ballot voting Tuesday in New York.John McNee, Canada’s UN ambassador, made the announcement after a second round of balloting in which Portugal received 113 votes and Canada just 78, both short of the 128 votes required for victory.