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The New Zealand Radio Guide
Newstalk ZB

LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
AshburtonWinchmore873 kHz
 Ashburton98.1 MHz
AucklandHenderson1080 kHz
 Skytower89.4 MHz
BlenheimBlenheim92.1 MHz
Central OtagoPeninsula Hill, Queenstown89.6 MHz
 Mt Maude, Wanaka90.6 MHz
 Obelisk, Alexandra95.1 MHz
ChristchurchMarshland1017 kHz
 Ouruhia1098 kHz
 Sugarloaf100.1 MHz
DunedinHighcliff1044 kHz
Far NorthMaungataniwha, Kaitaia105.1 MHz
GisborneWainui945 kHz
HamiltonEureka1296 kHz
 Ruru97.0 MHz
InvercargillDacre864 kHz
Kapiti CoastForest Heights89.5 MHz
Mid NorthlandKaikohe Ohaeawai1215 kHz
Napier-HastingsPakowhai1278 kHz
 Mt Threave90.3 MHz
NelsonStoke1341 kHz
 Grampians106.4 MHz
New PlymouthMt Egmont96.4 MHz
OamaruWeston1395 kHz
Palmerston NorthKairanga927 kHz
 Wharite100.2 MHz
RotoruaTihiotonga747 kHz
South WaikatoWiltsdown1413 kHz
TaupoTuhingamata96.0 MHz
TaurangaPaengaroa1008 kHz
 Kopukairua90.2 MHz
TimaruFairview West1152 kHz
Wairarapa-MastertonWaingawa846 kHz
WellingtonTitahi Bay, Porirua1035 kHz
 Mt Kaukau89.3 MHz
West CoastWestport Cape Foulwind1287 kHz
 Waterworks Road, Westport95.7 MHz
 Paparoa, Greymouth-Hokitika103.5 MHz
 Hokitika Cement Lead Rd105.9 MHz
 Greymouth105.9 MHz
WhanganuiKaitoke1197 kHz
WhangareiOtaika1026 kHz


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