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The New Zealand Radio Guide
All Stations in Kapiti Coast


Radio Region: Wellington

StationkHz/MHzLocationBroadcasting from
RNZ Concert98.3Kapiti CoastForest Heights
RNZ National101.5Kapiti CoastForest Heights
Newstalk ZB89.5Kapiti CoastForest Heights
More FM90.3Kapiti CoastForest Heights
ZM91.1Kapiti CoastForest Heights
The Rock91.9Kapiti CoastForest Heights
The Hits92.7Kapiti CoastForest Heights
SENZ93.5Kapiti CoastForest Heights
The Sound94.3Kapiti CoastForest Heights
Magic95.1Kapiti CoastForest Heights
Coast95.9Kapiti CoastForest Heights
Life FM96.7Kapiti CoastForest Heights
The Edge97.5Kapiti CoastForest Heights
Channel X99.1Kapiti CoastForest Heights
The Breeze100.7Kapiti CoastForest Heights
Rhema 103.9Kapiti CoastForest Heights
Beach FM106.3Kapiti CoastForest Heights
Coast Access Radio104.7Kapiti CoastForest Heights
AREC FM87.9Kapiti CoastWaikanae
88.1 FM 88.1Kapiti CoastOtaki
RBS Radio "Beats of the Beach"88.1Kapiti CoastRaumati Beach School, Raumati Beach
Paekakariki FM88.2Kapiti CoastPaekakariki


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