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New Zealand's capital city Wellington was rocked by 5.7-magnitude earthquake on Tuesday.
According to the country's earthquake monitoring service, the quake's epicentre was 35km southeast of St Arnaud, a small town in the north of the country's South Island, at a depth of 62km.
Witnesses felt shaking in Wellington, which has a population of around 450,000. There were no initial reports of damage or injury.
Earthquakes are common in New Zealand, whose two islands lie along the Australia-Pacific tectonic plate boundary.

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