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The New Zealand Radio Guide

LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
AshburtonWinchmore1071 kHz
AucklandHenderson1476 kHz
Central OtagoPeninsula Hill, Queenstown93.6 MHz
 Obelisk, Alexandra104.7 MHz
ChristchurchMarshland1260 kHz
DunedinHighcliff1206 kHz
GisborneWainui1485 kHz
HamiltonEureka954 kHz
InvercargillKennington1224 kHz
Kapiti CoastForest Heights93.5 MHz
Napier-HastingsOpapa549 kHz
NelsonRichmond990 kHz
New PlymouthMt Egmont97.2 MHz
OamaruCape Wanbrow89.6 MHz
Palmerston NorthLongburn828 kHz
RotoruaHinemoa Point1548 kHz
TaupoWhakaroa91.2 MHz
TaurangaMatapihi873 kHz
TimaruFairview West1242 kHz
Wairarapa-MastertonOtahoua91.1 MHz
WellingtonHorokiwi711 kHz
West CoastPaparoa, Greymouth-Hokitika89.1 MHz
 Mt Rochfort, Westport93.3 MHz
 Greymouth93.9 MHz
WhakatanePutauaki96.1 MHz
WhangareiParahaki92.4 MHz


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