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    • Eq200
      • 1 Aug 2013
      • Eye of the Fish
      • There have been hundreds of earthquakes, if not thousands, in the days following last week’s Seddonator (TM name courtesy of Eye of the Fish, conflation of Seddon and Dominator). A nice little wobbly number just then (11.10am) prompted me to go to the Geonet website and check – it was a 4.9 in the middle of the Cook Strait again – or, as Geonet say, 30km east of Seddon. There’s something big going on down there, even if the one remaining resident of Seddon could only just be bothered to report it in.
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    • Liftshaft
      • 25 Jul 2013
      • Eye of the Fish
      • Looks like Luke’s Lane Liftshaft is likely to lay down after a long period of lonesome inactivity. Apparently it is leaning in an alarming manner – anything off vertical rings alarm bells in our vertically oriented city – and this last remnant of the 80s is due to be axed.
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      • Lukes Lane, Te Aro, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand/Aotearoa


    • Earthquake expert Q&A
      • 24 Jul 2013
      • Te Papa's blog
      • With all the earthquake related activity in central New Zealand going on at the moment, we took the opportunity to put your questions about what’s going on under our feet to our resident Subject Expert – Earth Science, Hamish Campbell from GNS Science.
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