A burst of earthquake activity struck the southern Kermadec Islands this afternoon.
The Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management found itself between a rock and a hard place when a major earthquake struck off East Cape early on the morning of Friday 2nd September. Was a tsunami generated? Should people living in low-lying areas on the coast evacuate or should they stay put?
A moderately strong, deep earthquake struck near Stephens Island this morning.
With the recent East Cape earthquake still present in memory, it is an appropriate time for people in coastal areas and identified tsunami evacuation zones to review their plans. This short video may help.
A strong, undersea earthquake struck the Southern Ocean this morning.
GeoNet has issued an update of its aftershock forecast that was published on its website on Friday, following the magnitude 7.1 earthquake off the coast near Te Araroa.
A major undersea earthquake struck off East Cape early this morning.
A moderately strong undersea earthquake struck near East Cape this morning.
A powerful earthquake struck deep below the Pacific Ocean in the northern part of the Mariana Islands this morning.
A burst of moderately strong undersea earthquake activity struck the Kermadec Islands yesterday.
A burst of earthquake activity has occurred in Fiordland over the last ten days.
A strong, undersea earthquake struck the Kermadec Islands this afternoon.
Research by GNS Science has overturned the view that the swarms of earthquakes centred near Matata in recent years were caused by tectonic activity.
Tawa’s spell of thirty-one days without rain came to an abrupt end this morning.