Small earthquake hits East Cape

Last updated 07:08 18/08/2012

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A magnitude-4.3 quake struck the East Cape this morning.

The quake was centred 40km northwest of Te Araroa, at a depth of 33km, at 5.46am.

By 7am, two people reported feeling it on the Geonet website and described it as light.

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