Jacinda Ardern stays cool as earthquake rattles New Zealand capital

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  • An earthquake struck near New Zealand’s capital on Monday (May 25) morning, shaking many residents including Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who continued with a live TV interview at the parliament building.

    The 5.8 magnitude earthquake was 37 kms deep and the epicenter was 30 km northwest of Levin, a city in New Zealand’s North Island close to the capital Wellington, according to Geonet.

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    1 thought on “Jacinda Ardern stays cool as earthquake rattles New Zealand capital”

    1. Of course she was cool, she is the most amazing Prime Minister of over a hundred years. She is young, intelligent and so savy. She has given New Zealand new hope in the Government. With hope, honesty, trust and honesty, no wonder the world is watching the LAND OF THE LONG WHITE CLOUD – New Zealand.

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