There are a few ways to keep in touch with NZART news and information:

  • Break-In is the official journal of the NZART and is published six times a year for all members.
  • InfoLine is out bi-weekly email newsletter which covers many topics is the primary source of news by email.
  • If you're a Facebook user you can follow @theNZART which will alert you to important updates on the website, events and when Infoline is published if you don't like Email subscription services.
  • If you're a Twitter user you can follow @NzartOnline which will alert you to important updates on the website, some events and when Infoline is published if you don't like Email subscription services.
  • If you'd like to keep in touch with club and branch news there is the Branch Newsletters mailing list which re-distributes a number of newsletters from around the country under a single email subscription.

Aside from the news, there are a couple of ways to keep in touch that are a bit more social:

Latest News and Updates

03 December 2021

COVID-19 Update for NZART Headquarters: Traffic Light - Orange

Based upon on the Government's decision to move to COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System (for everyone), as at Thursday 2 December 2021 at 11:59 pm - NZART HQ office will be open to all visitors - with some extra requirements.
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28 November 2021

November 2021 Official broadcast posted

The November Official NZART broadcast is now online in MP3 format for online listening.
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26 November 2021

NZART Approved Examination Supervisors Policy Published

This policy has been written and approved by NZART Council to ensure ALL NZART approved examination supervisors, are aware of the requirements of the position they have been nominated to, by their branch. Supervisors must read and understand these procedures to maintain the integrity of the NZART Examination System.
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25 November 2021

(Update 25 November 2021): Reminders for 2022 Subscriptions Rebate

(Update 25 November 2021): Reminders for 2022 Subscriptions Rebate. Time is running out if you wish to avail yourself of the 2022 Subscription rebate. If you are opting to pay, using with your credit card, please include the three-digit number on the reverse of the card, (or CVV number), on your remittance slip. Contact NZART HQ if you are having any difficulties. Debby ZL2DL, Business Manager NZART.
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21 November 2021

InfoLine 443 has just been published

InfoLine 443 is online now. You can subscribe to InfoLine and get it directly in your inbox as well.
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16 November 2021

2021 VHF/UHF/SHF Records posted

The 2021 update for the VHF, UHF and SHF records has been posted today. The last records claim was in the 2.5 mm (122000.00 MHz) band between ZL1TPH/p-ZL2TV/p on 12/11/2021 MCW. The 2021 Records will be reproduced in an upcoming issue of Break-In.
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13 November 2021

Applying for a Licence to Supply Radio Transmitters and your obligations

Applying for a Licence to Supply Radio Transmitters and your obligations. Every person wanting to supply radio transmitters in NZ must apply for a Licence to Supply Radio Transmitters, either as an individual or organisation. A supplier is any person in NZ who imports, manufactures, distributes, sells or installs electrical, electronic or radio products to the market.  If the supplier also wants to supply unrestricted two-way radios described under the Prohibition Notice ‘“Unrestricted two-way radio notice 2018”, they must also apply to become a permitted person. Applying for a Licence to Supply and a permitted person is a two-step process. Please note that unrestricted radios can only be sold to qualified radio amateurs.
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07 November 2021

InfoLine 442 has just been published

InfoLine 442 is online now. You can subscribe to InfoLine and get it directly in your inbox as well.
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07 November 2021

Repeater Maps 2021

UPDATED: Repeater Maps 2021 have been updated and uploaded. These are the same as those included in Call Book 2022.
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07 November 2021

Band Plan 2021

UPDATED: Band Plans (2021) have been updated and uploaded. These are the same as those included in Call Book 2022.
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