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May 06, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Two earthquakes measuring at 4.2 magnitude on the Richter scale rattled New Zealand’s West Coast and Wellington today.

Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand reports the first quake hit about 10km South of Ross at 11.33am in the West Coast region at a depth of 15km.

Almost an hour later another earthquake struck at the south-west of Wellington and was felt in the Wellington region and Picton. This was at a depth of a depth of 10km.

No reports of damage has been received.

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