Four bodies still missing in PNG landslide

7:13 pm on 13 May 2019

The bodies of four school children in Papua New Guinea still have not been found, three weeks after a landslide in the Central Highlands.

The deadly slip hit the Tsak Valley in Enga province, killing eight people and burying several homes and crop gardens in a remote village.

The Post Courier reported that a preliminary investigation by PNG's National Disaster Centre had found more than 50 people were displaced by the slip.

Provincial authorities are providing relief assistance to affected villagers but have been unable to clear debris and recover the bodies.