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<p>A swarm of earthquakes has been triggered off the North Island's east coast by a large seismic event similar to what preceded the 2011 Japanese quake and tsunami.<br />GNS Science has confirmed one of the largest "slow-slips" ever observed in New Zealand ...
The Sudney Morning Herald   30 October 2018   New Zealand  
<p>Wellington: A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck New Zealand's North Island on Tuesday, prompting the suspension of Parliament.<br />Residents across the capital Wellington and in the city of New Plymouth were rattled by the 227km-deep tremor.</p>
RT Question More   24 June 2018   New Zealand  
<p>A New Zealand motorist had a remarkably lucky escape after he narrowly avoided being crushed by a powerful landslide &ndash; and still managed to film the dramatic brush with death.</p>
Newshub   30 January 2018   New Zealand   Auckland  
<p>The developers of what's been dubbed the biggest tourist attraction in New Zealand say it could open in six months, if Auckland Council get its act together.</p> <p>Four kilometres of tunnels sit unused under the CBD's Albert Park, with plans to develop ...
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RadioNZ   10 October 2017   New Zealand   Auckland  
<p>A town centre association on the North Shore estimates businesses are losing millions of dollars a year because of problems with a slip-prone car park.</p> <p>Part of the carpark in Birkenhead slipped down a valley after months of heavy rain and the council ...
Stuff.co.nz   13 September 2017   New Zealand   Manawatu Gorge  
<p>The Manawatū Gorge could experience a rock fall 170 times larger than the two slips that caused the state highway to close in April.<br />The NZ Transport Agency expects as much as 630,000 cubic metres to drop at Kerry's wall, near the Ashhurst end, which ...
BBC NEWS   24 March 2017   New Zealand   Oceania  
<p>The big earthquake that struck New Zealand last year may have been the most complex ever, say scientists.<br>November's Magnitude 7.8 event ruptured a near-200km-long swathe of territory, shifting parts of NZ's South Island 5m closer to North Island.<br>Whole ...