Bungling coach driver takes school children on 80 mile diversion after misspelling Welsh town in his sat nav by one letter

Bungling coach driver takes school children on 80 mile diversion after misspelling Welsh town in his sat nav by one letter He typed in Towyn instead of Tywyn, which is on a different coast Pupils and teachers faced two-hour detour at the end of 13-hour trip Bus company has apologised and driver faces disciplinary hearing By Zac Fine PUBLISHED: 14:33 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 22:53 GMT, 18 April 2013 A coachload of schoolchildren was taken 80 miles in the wrong direction in the middle of the night after a driver misspelt their destination by just one letter.

Holidaymakers protest at French ski resort after British instructor is arrested on the slopes for "giving lessons without the right…

Holidaymakers protest at French ski resort after British instructor is arrested on the slopes for 'giving lessons without the right qualifications'Alex Casey, 40, from Kent, arrested at alpine resort for filming British skiersAround 100 protesters demonstrate against arrest at Megve police stationLatest chapter of ongoing 'piste war' with French authorities By Peter Allen PUBLISHED: 13:13 GMT, 3 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:23 GMT, 3 April 2013 Arrested: Ski instructor Alex Casey is accused of working without the correct qualifications Holidaymakers today staged a demonstration outside a French police station to protest against the arrest of a British ski instructor. Alex Casey was accused of providing lessons without a licence in the alpine resort of Megve, where he spent last night in custody.

British man drowns while swimming at Egyptian resort

British man drowns while swimming at Egyptian resort The man was swimming off Red Sea coast on FridayForeign Office providing help to 50-year-old's family By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 00:45 GMT, 24 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:56 GMT, 24 February 2013 A British man has died in the Egyptian holiday resort of Sharm El-Sheikh. The 50-year-old drowned while swimming off the Red Sea coast on Friday

BREAKING NEWS: Eight dead and 38 injured in horror bus crash close to Los Angeles

BREAKING NEWS: Eight dead and 38 injured in horror bus crash close to Los AngelesSmash happened on State Route 38 near Forest Falls, 80 miles east of LABus driver reported brake problems as he came down mountain roadVehicle carrying tourists hit sedan before smashing into pick-up truckPassengers were returning from a day of skiiing at popular Big Bear resort By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 07:02 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:25 GMT, 4 February 2013 At least eight people are dead and 38 more injured after a tour bus collided with two other vehicles in the mountains of Southern California. The horrific crash happened near the town of Forest Falls, 80 miles east of Los Angeles, and also involved a pick-up truck pulling a trailer and a sedan car

Obese father-of-three, 37, loses EIGHTEEN stone in nine months after vowing to slim for his sons

'I was too ashamed to get the cancer test that could have saved my mother': Obese father-of-three, 37, loses EIGHTEEN stone in nine months after vowing to slim for his sons Wayne Robinson dropped from 31st to 13st after making a 'conscious effort to constantly avoid embarrassing situations' like parents evening Weight crept on after he lost his mother to bowel cancer Says shame over weight meant he resisted getting the cancer test himself – even though he knew early detection could have saved his mother Decided to slim down for the sake of his children Averaged half a stone weight loss per week By Bianca London PUBLISHED: 12:36 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:59 GMT, 4 January 2013 A man who was once too ashamed to be seen in public has found a new lease of life after losing an incredible 18st. Wayne Robinson, 31, from Carlisle, embarked upon a strict diet nine months ago after deciding he had had enough of missing out on life because of his size

Emily Watts" family are given grim news by doctors

'She effectively died on the slope – she won't recover': Mother of snowboarder on life support says it is only a matter of time until machine is switched off Experienced snowboarder Mimi Watts suffered cardiac arrest in mountain fall26-year-old is now critically ill in hospital and on life support Family say 'bright, clever and pretty' young lady 'will need miracle to survive' She had only been in France working at resort for 'a few weeks' | UPDATED: 00:26 GMT, 12 December 2012 A British student was in a coma on life support last night following a freak snowboarding accident in the French Alps. Emily Watts, 26, who is known as Mimi, was performing jumps off the side of a piste when she plunged into a 5ft hole covered by snow and suffocated after she landed face down and unconscious in a snowdrift