If you go here you will get graphs and statistics to show just how many earthquakes have been recorded in Wellington.
We are fortunate here because we are not feeling every one. The people in Seddon and the Marlborough areas in the South Island have been having a much rougher time. There has been widespread damage and the people are feeling most of the aftershocks because they are so shallow.
For a different format from the official Seismic scientists go here:
Here are some of our provisions and supplies in case we are hit by a damaging earthquake:
This is an emergency solar powered radio with a wind-up dynamo. It is also a torch and has an attachment to charge up cell phones.
Small solar powered torch that I keep by my bed and my Rescue Remedy spray
There are still some gaps to fill in our supplies and we need to sharpen up some aspects of our plans
This blog post from Moata in Christchurch offers some very helpful tips borne of very real experience. I’m working on some of them.