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The New Zealand Radio Guide
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LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
AucklandSkytower92.6 MHz
Banks PeninsulaMt Pearce, Akaroa-Duvauchelle95.1 MHz
BlenheimWither Hills99.3 MHz
Central OtagoMt Maude, Wanaka95.4 MHz
 Obelisk, Alexandra97.5 MHz
 Peninsula Hill, Queenstown98.4 MHz
ChristchurchSugarloaf89.7 MHz
 Southshore99.7 MHz
DunedinMt Cargill92.6 MHz
 Highcliff99.0 MHz
 Mosgiel Saddle Hill99.4 MHz
Far NorthMaungataniwha, Kaitaia100.3 MHz
Gisborne & Southern East CoastWhakapunake97.3 MHz
Hamilton-TaurangaTe Aroha91.4 MHz
Hutt ValleyTowai96.1 MHz
InvercargillHedgehope90.0 MHz
Kapiti CoastForest Heights98.3 MHz
Lower NorthlandHorokaka105.2 MHz
Mid NorthlandRussell, Bay of Islands97.3 MHz
 Hikurangi, Kaikohe98.3 MHz
Napier-HastingsMt Erin91.1 MHz
NelsonGrampians91.2 MHz
New PlymouthMt Egmont91.6 MHz
Palmerston NorthWharite89.0 MHz
RotoruaTihiotonga90.3 MHz
TaupoTuhingamata98.4 MHz
TimaruMt Studholme99.5 MHz
Wairarapa-MastertonOtahoua99.1 MHz
WellingtonMt Kaukau92.5 MHz
West CoastPaparoa, Greymouth-Hokitika95.5 MHz
 Mt Rochfort, Westport98.9 MHz
WhakataneMt Edgecumbe95.3 MHz
WhanganuiMt Jowett99.2 MHz
WhangareiParahaki100.4 MHz


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