List of number-one singles in 1969 (New Zealand)

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This is a list of Number 1 hit singles in 1969 in New Zealand, starting with the first chart dated, 17 January 1969.

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Key
  ‡  – Single of New Zealand origin
Week Artist Title
3 January 1969 Summer break - no chart Summer break - no chart
10 January 1969 Summer break - no chart Summer break - no chart
17 January 1969 Diana Ross & the Supremes "Love Child"
24 January 1969
31 January 1969 The Scaffold "Lily The Pink"
7 February 1969 Lulu "I'm a Tiger"
14 February 1969 Barry Ryan "Eloise"
21 February 1969 Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich "The Wreck of the 'Antoinette'"
28 February 1969 Marmalade "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
7 March 1969 The Marbles "Only One Woman"
14 March 1969 The Beatles "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
21 March 1969 Bee Gees "I Started a Joke"
28 March 1969
3 April 1969 Manfred Mann "Fox on the Run"
10 April 1969 Rebels "My Son John"
17 April 1969
24 April 1969 John Rowles "M'Lady"
1 May 1969 Tommy James & the Shondells "Crimson & Clover"
8 May 1969
15 May 1969
22 May 1969 Peter Sarstedt "Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?"
29 May 1969
5 June 1969 The Beatles "Get Back"
12 June 1969
20 June 1969 The Cowsills "Hair"
27 June 1969
4 July 1969
11 July 1969
18 July 1969 Elvis Presley "In the Ghetto"
25 July 1969
1 August 1969
8 August 1969
15 August 1969 Creedence Clearwater Revival "Bad Moon Rising"
22 August 1969 Tommy Roe "Heather Honey"
29 August 1969 Creedence Clearwater Revival "Bad Moon Rising"
5 September 1969 Zager & Evans "In The Year 2525"
12 September 1969
19 September 1969 Rolling Stones "Honky Tonk Women"
26 September 1969 Shane "Saint Paul"
3 October 1969
10 October 1969
17 October 1969
24 October 1969
31 October 1969
7 November 1969 Robin Gibb "Saved by the Bell"
14 November 1969 Hi Revving Tongues "Rain & Tears"
21 November 1969 The Beatles "Something"
28 November 1969
5 December 1969 Bee Gees "Don't Forget to Remember"
12 December 1969
19 December 1969 Elvis Presley "Suspicious Minds"
26 December 1969 The Beatles "Come Together"

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