List of number-one singles in 1975 (New Zealand)

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This is a list of Number 1 hit singles in 1975 in New Zealand, starting with the first chart dated, 17 January 1975.

Chart[edit]

Key
  ‡  – Single of New Zealand origin
Week Artist Title
3 January 1975 Summer break - no chart Summer break - no chart
10 January 1975 Summer break - no chart Summer break - no chart
17 January 1975 John Hanlon "Lovely Lady"
24 January 1975
31 January 1975
7 February 1975 Billy Swan "I Can Help"
14 February 1975
21 February 1975
28 February 1975
7 March 1975 The Carpenters "Please Mister Postman"
14 March 1975
21 March 1975
28 March 1975
4 April 1975
11 April 1975 Helen Reddy "Free & Easy"
18 April 1975
25 April 1975
2 May 1975
9 May 1975 Frankie Valli "My Eyes Adored You"
16 May 1975
23 May 1975
30 May 1975
6 June 1975 Bob Hudson "The Newcastle Song"
13 June 1975
20 June 1975
27 June 1975 Mark Williams "Yesterday Was Just the Beginning of my Life"
4 July 1975 Bob Hudson "The Newcastle Song"
11 July 1975 Mark Williams "Yesterday Was Just the Beginning of my Life"
18 July 1975
25 July 1975 Bob Hudson "The Newcastle Song"
1 August 1975 George Baker Selection "Paloma Blanca"
8 August 1975 Bob Hudson "The Newcastle Song"
15 August 1975 George Baker Selection "Paloma Blanca"
22 August 1975
29 August 1975 ABBA "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do"
5 September 1975 George Baker Selection "Paloma Blanca"
12 September 1975
19 September 1975 Freddy Fender "Wasted Days & Wasted Nights"
26 September 1975
3 October 1975
10 October 1975
17 October 1975
24 October 1975
31 October 1975
7 November 1975
14 November 1975
21 November 1975 Johnny Nash "Tears On My Pillow"
28 November 1975
5 December 1975 Freddy Fender "Wasted Days & Wasted Nights"
12 December 1975
19 December 1975
26 December 1975 Summer break - no chart Summer break - no chart

Notes[edit]

  • Number of number-one singles: 8
  • Longest run at number-one: "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights" by Freddy Fender (12 weeks).

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