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People's Climate Assembly in Canberra
Pilgrimage in PNG – by Jeffrey Driver
Popondetta is hardly a tourist town. It is dirty, messy, smelly, busy and noisy, with the red splatter of betel nut forming its own human graffiti on the footpaths among the plastic bags, empty soft drink cans and slinking dogs. No-one goes to this part of PNG for the urban attractions. Yet this area is well known and well loved by many Australians and that’s largely because of the associations with World War 2.