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Rhema

LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
 
AucklandHenderson1251 kHz
BalcluthaMt Stuart96.1 MHz
BlenheimWither Hills104.1 MHz
Central OtagoHillend, Wanaka89.0 MHz
 Cromwell89.5 MHz
 Alexandra92.7 MHz
 Peninsula Hill, Queenstown94.4 MHz
ChristchurchMarshland540 kHz
DunedinThree Mile Hill621 kHz
Far NorthAwanui549 kHz
FiordlandTe Anau94.4 MHz
GisborneWheatstone Road103.7 MHz
Gisborne & Southern East CoastWairoa92.5 MHz
HamiltonHamilton855 kHz
InvercargillInvercargill1404 kHz
KaikouraKaikoura Peninsula105.1 MHz
Kapiti CoastForest Heights103.9 MHz
King CountryTaumarunui97.5 MHz
Mid NorthlandBrowns Hill, Bay of Islands99.9 MHz
Napier-HastingsMt Threave99.1 MHz
NelsonNelson801 kHz
New PlymouthKaimata540 kHz
OamaruCape Wanbrow106.4 MHz
Palmerston NorthMt Wharite91.4 MHz
PictonMt Freeth103.5 MHz
ReeftonReefton95.9 MHz
RotoruaRotorua93.5 MHz
RuapehuRaetihi95.0 MHz
South CanterburyTwizel91.8 MHz
South OtagoBalclutha107.0 MHz
South TaranakiOpunake93.6 MHz
South WaikatoTokoroa99.7 MHz
SouthlandGore99.2 MHz
TasmanMt Murchison, Murchison97.3 MHz
TaupoWhakaroa95.2 MHz
TaurangaMaketu540 kHz
 Kopukairua104.6 MHz
TimaruCave Hill JDA104.3 MHz
WairarapaPariwhariki Trig97.5 MHz
WellingtonHorokiwi972 kHz
West CoastGreymouth92.3 MHz
 Westport94.9 MHz
WhanganuiBastia Hill104.8 MHz
WhangareiMaungakaramea621 kHz

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