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No tsunami threat to NZ after 7.0m Kermadec Islands earthquake

No tsunami threat to NZ after 7.0m Kermadec Islands earthquake

There is no tsunami threat to New Zealand after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake in the Kermadec Islands this afternoon according to the National Emergency

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There is no tsunami threat to New Zealand after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake in the Kermadec Islands this afternoon according to the National Emergency Management Agency.

According to 1 News NZ, the quake struck the island group just before 2.00 pm today at a depth of 22 kilometres.

USGS has the earthquake measured as being 7.0 in magnitude, with the US tsunami advisory originally posting a provisional tsunami threat for islands in the area shortly after the earthquake.

This has since been cancelled.

The earthquake struck 1075km northeast of Whakatane, according to GeoNet. (NewsWire)

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