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The New Zealand Radio Guide

LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
AshburtonElectricity Ashburton103.7 MHz
AucklandSkytower100.6 MHz
BlenheimWither Hills105.7 MHz
Central OtagoObelisk, Alexandra95.9 MHz
 Peninsula Hill, Queenstown104.0 MHz
ChristchurchSugarloaf99.3 MHz
Coromandel-Hauraki PlainsThames Lower Rataroa104.4 MHz
DunedinMt Cargill99.8 MHz
HamiltonRuru100.2 MHz
Hutt ValleyHaywards98.9 MHz
InvercargillHedgehope106.0 MHz
Kapiti CoastForest Heights95.1 MHz
Napier-HastingsMt Erin92.7 MHz
NelsonGrampians99.2 MHz
New PlymouthMt Egmont89.2 MHz
OamaruCape Wanbrow94.4 MHz
Palmerston NorthWharite South104.2 MHz
RotoruaPukepoto100.7 MHz
TaupoWhakaroa99.2 MHz
TaurangaKopukairua99.8 MHz
TimaruMt Horrible103.5 MHz
Wairarapa-MastertonPopoiti105.5 MHz
WellingtonHorokiwi891 kHz
 Mt Kaukau98.9 MHz
WhanganuiBastia Hill90.4 MHz


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