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Blaze sub sister vessels suspended from service

Canada has suspended three of its former Royal Navy submarines from service after last week's fatal blaze on a fourth vessel.

<preform>Saturday: Canadians buy submarine from MoD </br>Last night: Fire leaves vessel adrift in Atlantic</preform>

An air-sea rescue was under way in the North Atlantic last night after a fire on a former British submarine sold to Canada in a controversial deal left the vessel drifting at sea.

PsychoGeography #50: Canada, dry?

I first visited Canada in 1977. At Toronto Airport my father was questioned at length about the bottle of whisky he was carrying.

The day my husband struck gold for Britain

The GB supporters' coach pulled into the Schinias rowing course complex at 7.03 on Saturday morning. Through the tinted windows we could see an ominous block of red and white filling the grandstand by the finish line. With their maple-leaf flags, the Canadian fans had beaten us to the course.

DNA test boss invented paternity results

A businessman who set up a paternity testing firm and then made up the results of clients' tests faces jail after pleading guilty to 16 counts of theft.

Rowing: Pinsent strokes Britain into final

The favourites were kept apart by the semi-final draw in the coxless fours at the World Cup yesterday. The Canadian world champions and the recently formed British crew won their races and set up a final this morning which is more likely to be a furious charge up the straight than the stalk through the bush of yesterday.

Tragic end of the boy who was brought up as a girl

David Reimer was hailed by scientists as a triumph of nurture over nature. But as his suicide shows, this was a terrible mistake

Black cabs go green as London prepares to hail 'electric' taxis

A Canadian company is launching the world's first-ever "hybrid" environmentally friendly taxi on London's streets next month.

Events Planner: Rock festivals

From blues to PinkPop, via Toronto and Madrid

Athletics: Rawlinson's run-up to Paris disrupted by injury problem

Hurdler's withdrawal at Crystal Palace hits Britain's World Championships medal hopes as Greek authorities face weather worry

Athletics: Height the new fashion for women

Feofanova's Friday date in Birmingham a dress-rehearsal for a truly spectacular three-way battle in March

Athletics: Radcliffe ready at last to take on the world

New year forecast: what to expect in the next 12 months

Athletics: Ashia tames Europe - now for the world

Munich 2002: Britain's leading triple jumper leaves it agonisingly late to completes a double golden celebration
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On your feet!

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Bradley Cooper is terrific
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Fifa President Sepp Blatter warns his opponents: 'I forgive everyone, but I don't forget'

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Fifa president Sepp Blatter issues defiant warning to opponents
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German soldier who died fighting for UK in Battle of Waterloo should be removed from museum display and given dignified funeral, say historians

Saving Private Brandt

A Belgian museum's display of the skeleton of a soldier killed at Waterloo prompts calls for him to be given a dignified funeral