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Hiroshima Peace Park

Hastings to Hiroshima

On 2 October, Hastings residents will have a chance to hear a first-hand report of an epic Peace Walk undertaken during the summer in Japan. The account will be given by peace activist and Hollington Councillor, Maya Evans, who joined the walk. John Enefer writes.

Park Bench

Forever in our hearts

Sean O’Shea discusses the changing nature of relationships in the private sphere and in the workplace, appreciates the solace available in church buildings and asks if human beings are on their way to becoming an endangered species.

Posted 11:09 Thursday, Sep 11, 2014 In: SOS Tags: , , , , , ,
Nobuya Monta at the 2012 Composers' Festival (photo: http://www.composersfestival.com/)

Contemporary music to stir the emotions

The second International Composers’ Festival is fast approaching and renowned Japanese composer, Nobuya Monta, has been officially appointed the Festival’s new Composer in Residence. Maestro Monta will be composing a new orchestral work especially created for the Festival on the 6 & 7 September 2013. He will also travel from Osaka with a host of Japanese musicians to be with us at the Festival in Hastings!

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