A smattering of earthquakes rumbled through New Zealand overnight.
The seismic activity wasn't limited to one region, and made its way up the country over the course of about 12 hours.
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A magnitude 2.7 quake struck at 5:30pm on Wednesday evening, 10km north-west of Culverden.
The strongest tremor was further up the South Island - a magnitude 3.9 at 9:48pm, 15km east of Seddon. The earthquake struck at a relatively shallow depth of 8km and has been classified as 'light' by GeoNet.
Shaking from the quake may have been felt in Blenheim, Picton and Wellington as well as Seddon and surrounding areas.
Two weak earthquakes struck the North Island less than 10 minutes apart on Thursday morning.
A shallow magnitude 2.4 quake hit 10km east of Taupo at 6:15am, followed by a magnitude 2.7 10km north of Te Araroa at 6:23am.