Been rocked again by another Earthquake.
A strong earthquake has rocked the New Zealand city of Christchurch, 10 months after swathes of the city centre were destroyed by another quake.
The 5.8 quake struck 26km (15 miles) north-east of the city at a depth of 4.7km, the US Geological Survey said.
The airport has been evacuated, and electricity and telecommunications services have been disrupted in some areas.
One person was hurt but there were no immediate reports of severe damage.
The earthquake hit at 1358 local time (0058 GMT).
A shopping centre has also been evacuated and residents were reported to be standing outside buildings.
Witnesses told local media shoppers ran from buildings as goods fell off shelves.
Police are checking the city for damage and Prime Minister John Key is being updated on developments, his spokesman said.
Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker said the quake had left people shaken.
"I haven't heard any more significant problems at the moment," local media quoted him as saying.
"Inevitably it would have caused damage to structures, we hope it hasn't unsettled any rock falls, and we just have to hope the liquefaction issues don't return."
Liquefaction is the weakening of the soil due to the rising of silt and water sparked by an earthquake.
Local media said there were reports of liquefaction in the suburb of Parklands.
A total of 181 people were killed when the last earthquake struck in February.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-16312041