23rd June 1995 at 01:00
AST WORLDWRITE YOUTH INTERNET COMPETITION To mark the 50th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, WORLDwrite and AST Computer are inviting UK students in two age groups from 11-18 to imagine they are talking to their counterparts in Japan, and to design and send in by July 31 a page of image and text on the theme "No more Hiroshimas?".

First-prize winners will receive an AST Advantage! Adventure multi-media computer system and a year's free access to the Internet for their schools, plus a trip to AST's production plant in Limerick, Ireland. The 20 best entries will be displayed on the Internet. Details: Tony Graham,0171 278 9908.

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