New Zealand earthquake: Tsunami warning returns to Auckland: America’s Cup on March 10

An earthquake of magnitude 8.1 (7.8 according to Ingv) was recorded off the coast of New Zealand, with an epicenter at a depth of about 10 km. fall tsunami warning For several coasts of the South Pacific released immediately after the earthquake. The Minister of Natural Heritage Preservation, Kerry Allan, announced on Twitter. “The research institute has reported to GNS Science that the largest waves have passed – Alan writes – thus lowering the tsunami warning to the risk of a strong storm over the areas concerned so far. All evacuees from their homes – he announces – can now return. Going to beaches and coastal areas is valid – and it concludes.”

America’s Cup kicks off on March 10

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America’s Cup, let’s go. Starting March 10

America’s Cup al via The tenth of next March. The long-awaited challenge between Red Moon e Team New Zealand It will start next Wednesday. This was confirmed by the organization, after the New Zealand government announced a reduction in alert levels for the city of Auckland from 3 to 2 (effective from Sunday the end of the closure, a measure that led to the postponement of the start of the demonstration, which was originally scheduled for March 6). Two races are scheduled for Wednesday 10, Friday 12, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 and each subsequent day the team uses it to reach the 7 successes needed to win the cup. Any changes to the calendar require the consent of both teams.

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