PNG aid on the way, more considered as death toll rises

By Jack Gramenz, Tess Ikonomou and Andrew Brown
Updated May 27 2024 - 7:35pm, first published 7:33pm
The remoteness and tough terrain has slowed rescue and aid efforts in PNG. (AP PHOTO)
The remoteness and tough terrain has slowed rescue and aid efforts in PNG. (AP PHOTO)

Australia will send technical experts and $2.5 million in initial aid to Papua New Guinea as the death toll continues to rise following a catastrophic landslide that destroyed a village.

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