A earthquake has been felt in the Bay of Plenty this afternoon.
GeoNet recorded the 3.4 magnitude tremor at a depth of 5km about 30km north-east of Rotorua around 12.36pm.
People have taken to social media with one person in Paengaroa describing it as a "good shake".
Another said "Definitely in Pongakawa, felt like someone drove into the side of the house, it jolted."
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"Yes in Te Puke, was a very short strong jolt," another said.
Others have reported feeling the quake in Te Puke, Pyes Pa, Greerton, Oropi, Kawerau, Maketū and Whakatane.
This comes after a magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck off the East Coast around 7.37pm yesterday.