Quake hits off Kaikoura

Last updated 08:03 10/05/2012

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An earthquake centred off the northeast coast of the South Island has been felt in Kaikoura.

The GeoNet website said the 4.3 magnitude quake, which struck at 7.36am, had a focal depth of 15km.

It was centred 30km east of Kaikoura and 90km south of Blenheim.

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