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LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
AshburtonGawler Downs99.7 MHz
BlenheimWither Hills100.9 MHz
Central OtagoHillend, Wanaka91.4 MHz
 Cromwell105.5 MHz
 Alexandra105.5 MHz
ChristchurchSumner100.5 MHz
Golden Bay-TakakaMt Burnett91.0 MHz
KaikouraKaikoura Peninsula100.3 MHz
MarlboroughBulwer, Outer Marlborough Sounds99.5 MHz
 Havelock Takorika100.1 MHz
 Seddon Stevens Hill104.3 MHz
 Ward Hollow Top105.9 MHz
 Mt Freeth, Picton105.9 MHz
 Okiwi Bay Croisilles Ridge105.9 MHz
Mid CanterburyMt Hutt105.3 MHz
Milford SoundDowner Communications Hut104.0 MHz
NelsonGrampians105.6 MHz
New PlymouthMt Egmont105.2 MHz
North CanterburyWallace Peak Hanmer106.1 MHz
OamaruCape Wanbrow88.8 MHz
RuapehuWaipuna90.2 MHz
 Taihape, Papaki Rd No 293.2 MHz
South CanterburyFairlie97.4 MHz
 Mt Mary, Twizel105.4 MHz
SouthlandGore High Peak104.0 MHz
TasmanMt Murchison, Murchison105.3 MHz
TimaruCave Hill93.9 MHz
WaitakiCloud Hill, Omarama104.5 MHz
 Otematata106.1 MHz
WhanganuiLandguard91.2 MHz


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