If you thought you felt a wee shake in Wellington, you were right - it was a 3.7.
At 3.32pm today, a 3.7 magnitude earthquake gently rattled people in the centre of New Zealand, according to GeoNet.
It was centred 30 km south-west of Wellington, at a depth of 23 km and was categorised at 'light' in intensity by GeoNet.
- The Dominion Post
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