A magnitude-4.4 earthquake was recorded 60km west of Te Anau yesterday.
It was at at a depth of 6km, striking at 9.44am.
A jolt from the Seddon fault at 11.04am was felt in Wellington, Manawatu and the upper South Island.
The 11.04am quake, centred 45km southeast of Seddon at a depth of 39km, was also magnitude 4.4, GeoNet reported.
- The Southland Times
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