Small earthquake hits East Cape

Last updated 07:08 18/08/2012

Relevant offers


4WDers use jet boat, winches to pull stricken truck from Waimakariri River A blonde in the big house: A Corrections officer is more than locking up inmates What's in a name? Meet Marlborough man Mc Lovin John Key's plane is grounded in Australia until a replacement plane arrives to head on to India Tom O'Connor: Dangerous situation brewing in Ngaruawahia Rain, hail and thunder forecast throughout South Island Fatal crash near Wallacetown in Southland Free trade agreement with India won't happen overnight but John Key says it's crucial to get there Car carrying four people hits cow in the Waikato Suspected spinal injury after fall inside shed in Bay of Plenty

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.

Ad Feedback

- Fairfax Media

Special offers

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content