Harsh response lessons abound in wake of PNG’s ‘invisible’ quake

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Report by Dr David Robie – Café Pacific.Timu village from the top showing the site where 11 people were buried by landslips during the earthquake on 26 February 2018. Four of the bodies have been recovered, seven are still buried, including five children. Image: Sylvester Gawi/Graun Blong Mi- My Land By David Robie Tomorrow Papua New Guinea is marking two weeks since the devastating 7.6 magnitude earthquake that devastatedThis article was first published on Café Pacific.]]>