The impact of Mt Agung's eruption on the Balinese

From Sunday Morning, 7:45 am on 10 December 2017

Mt Agung has erupted again in the past 24 hours, raining volcanic ash down the slopes of Bali's tallest volcano and sending massive plumes into the sky. It's a clear sign of the ongoing threat posed by the 3000 metre mountain ... that has locals fearing a repeat of 1963's eruption that killed around 2000 people. The volcanic alert for the mountain is still at level 4, the highest, and around 70,000 locals have had to evacuate a 10 kilometre zone around the crater. Graeme MacRae a senior lecturer in anthropology at Massey University has spent a lot of time studying the people of Indonesia and explains the impact of this eruption.