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The annual Hiroshima Peace Event - marking the dropping of the atom bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima by the US military in 1945 - will take place in Eyre Square this Sunday at 1pm.
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The 72nd anniversary of the dropping of the US atom bomb on Hiroshima will be marked this Sunday at 1pm in Eyre Square. The event will also seek to raise awareness of the growing dangers of nuclear conflict.
A global audience will watch the concert The Story of Love composed by Dublin-born composer and musician Willie Hughes, to be broadcast on Saturday October 15 and Sunday October 16 from Knock Basilica. The concert will be streamed live on the website of Pope Francis' recently launched prayer app. The Pope’s video for the month of October, featuring his prayer intention, will be screened as part of the concert.
Veteran peace activist Margaretta D’Arcy will plant a new cherry blossom 'Peace Tree' in Eyre Square this weekend to mark the 71st anniversary of the dropping of the atom bomb, and to replace the original Peace Tree planted in 1982.
Veteran peace activist Margaretta D’Arcy will plant a new cherry blossom ‘Peace Tree’ in Eyre Square this weekend to mark the 71st anniversary of the dropping of the atom bomb, and to replace the original Peace Tree planted in 1982.
Production of the Mazda MX-5 reached one million units on April 22, some 27 years after the company began manufacturing the iconic roadster in Hiroshima in April, 1989.
Mazda Ireland is seeing continued success as sales once again edge closer to record breaking figures. The brand's success is quickly gaining momentum across Europe, posting a 21 per cent year on year increase with Ireland performing in the top ten EU markets with a 25 per cent growth last year.
Mazda Ireland is seeing continued success as sales once again near closer to record-breaking figures.
In a close battle, Mazda’s MX-5 held onto its narrow lead to beat the fast-finishing Honda S660 mini-sports car to win the Car of the Year Japan award.