Wanganui Amateur Radio
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You have only to the END of this year to get your Wanganui Golden Jubilee Award! See details below. I have added some pictures of our repeater site. (690 Wanganui) There are some shots of our working bee up the hill putting up the hut and antenna pole. Follow the link below to view them.
73 de Colin Zl2TWM...
The Wanganui Amateur Radio Society Inc. meets on the first non-public holiday Monday each of month (except Jan) at 19:30 hours at the Wanganui Civil Defence Headquarters. (Top floor City Council Chambers, corner Guyton/St Hill Streets, Wanganui) Subs are just ten bucks per year! Visitors most Welcome
The weekly Branch "net" is held on Tuesday nights on Wanganui's "690" repeater, (Repeater transmits on 146.9 MHz) at 20:00 hours. The net controller is Patrick ZL2WPR, using the Branch call, ZL2JA.
Wanganui Branch 48, Golden Jubilee Award
1. A total of 10 points required 2. Contact with ZL2JA Compulsory 3. Repeater contacts are allowed, but each member of branch48 can only be worked once. 4. Contacts are permitted on any frequency in any mode, including Packet. Net contacts are allowed, except the branch net. 5. One point for each contact. Five points for ZL2JA Only contacts with members of Branch 48 at any location will count. 6. A log of contacts, signed by the operator is required, with dates and appropriate details. 7. The award will run from the 1st July to the end of 1996. 8. Cost, As per wanganui Award below
9. Runs only to the end of THIS YEAR! Hurry!
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For Contacts since 1-1-82 with permanent residents in the Wanganui area-one point; with Wanganui-based Mobile stations regardless of location-one point; with ZL2JA-two points. Overseas stations require three points; New Zealand stations require five points (Repeater contacts acceptable.) Cost, (To cover postage) $NZ5.00 for NZ $A5.00 for Australia $US5.00 for the rest of the World Applications to:- The Awards Manager Branch 48 NZART 1 Caversham Rd Wanganui 5001 73's De ZL2ALO Tony
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Caption reads; "The old Wanganui Town Bridge showing the swing span open, allowing vessels to serve the wharf at Moutoa Gardens. the last ship to pass through the span was the vessel Huia, with a cargo of material to repair the Aramoho Railway Bridge in early 1902. Built in Noverber 1871 and replaced in 1969 with the new Whanganui City Bridge, opening in December 1970."
Links to Other Sites.
Goto the NZART Home Page. Goto the NZART Branch Links Page. Goto club member Glenn ZL1MY's Home Page Goto My Home Page Some Pictures of Wanganui, New Zealand. Including some shots of our "Two Metre" band Repeater.
How To Contact us:
Branch 48 NZART 1 Caversham Rd Wanganui 5001 or via me: Colin Wilson ZL2TWM. By Packet ZL2TWM@ZL2JA.#50.NZ.OC or E-Mail, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Copyright © 1996 Branch 48 NZARTLast update Tuesday 10th December 1996
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