Emblem Provost Lorraine Cameron and St John Ogilvie pupil Emilia Kozlowska, 10, who won a school competition to design the flag used to wave off
I was also at fault for not being more assertive and taking the controls when he didn't wave off
Albert Marchment, 62, had been driving his wife's car when he knocked over Rhys Hood, pictured, who'd travelled to Gatwick with his father, Neil, 27, from Trecastle, near Brecon, to wave off
his grandparents on holiday.
Thousands of people lined the waterfront to wave off
the 150-000 tonne vessel
Thousands gathered at the waterfront last night to wave off
the world's biggest and most expensive cruise ship and its exit was also celebrated with fireworks and music.
"It pushes the neutral air forward, almost like the bow wave off
a ship," says Olson.
They were rescued by an RAF helicopter after their inshore inflatable was hit by a breaking wave off
the Gower Peninsula in South Wales.
A pretty bold statement and bold plan that might be easy to wave off
, except that there has already been such heavy government support and public acceptance.