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The New Zealand Radio Guide

LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
AucklandSkytower91.0 MHz
BlenheimBlenheim90.5 MHz
Central OtagoPeninsula Hill, Queenstown88.8 MHz
 Mt Maude, Wanaka100.2 MHz
ChristchurchSumner90.9 MHz
 Sugarloaf91.3 MHz
CoromandelTokatea96.4 MHz
 Waihi96.4 MHz
 Whitianga99.1 MHz
 Waihi99.4 MHz
DunedinMt Cargill88.6 MHz
Far NorthMaungataniwha, Kaitaia94.8 MHz
GisborneGisborne107.4 MHz
 Gisborne107.7 MHz
HamiltonRuru89.8 MHz
Hutt ValleyTowai90.9 MHz
InvercargillHedgehope95.6 MHz
Kapiti CoastForest Heights91.1 MHz
Lower NorthlandHorokaka94.8 MHz
Mid NorthlandHikurangi, Kaikohe94.8 MHz
Napier-HastingsMt Erin95.9 MHz
NelsonGrampians96.8 MHz
New PlymouthMt Egmont98.8 MHz
Palmerston NorthWharite90.6 MHz
RotoruaPukepoto98.3 MHz
TaupoTuhingamata90.4 MHz
TaurangaKopukairua89.4 MHz
Thames ValleyPaeroa88.0 MHz
TimaruCave Hill96.3 MHz
Wairarapa-MastertonOtahoua94.3 MHz
WellingtonMt Kaukau90.9 MHz
West CoastPaparoa, Greymouth-Hokitika89.9 MHz
 Mt Rochfort, Westport91.7 MHz
WhanganuiBastia Hill96.8 MHz
WhangareiParahaki94.8 MHz


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