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Topic # 12055 25-Feb-2007 21:43
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This might be useful in this forum, so better post and have it recorded:

TV transmission sites in New Zealand

Also under technical data you will find a lot of more information related to TV in New Zealand. Great site!






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  Reply # 61918 25-Feb-2007 22:10
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It's a great site but it appears to be missinng data. Looking at Wellington it's not listing many of the translators in the region.


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  Reply # 61956 26-Feb-2007 11:49
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Did you click on the button so see the more detailed map? I dont know how many there are but all the ones of know of were there.







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