'Weak' quake strikes near Te Anau

Last updated 19:36 12/11/2012

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A 4.3-magnitude earthquake has hit the south today.

GeoNet reported the quake struck 40 kilometres north of Te Anau, at a depth of 83km, at 5.14pm.

Its intensity was reported as "weak".

Did you feel the earthquake? Call the Southland Times newsroom on (03) 2111 111 or email stuffnewsroom@stuff.co.nz.

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