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Sixth OAAA Council – 1987 Auckland

The first meeting of the OAAA Council for 1987 was held in Auckland. At this meeting a restructure of the Council was necessary due to the resignation of Tuamotu Matamaki (Cook Islands) and the decision to place the Secretary Treasurer free from all Federation responsibilities which created vacancy for a New Zealand Rep. The new Council included:

Chairman: Clive Lee (Australia)

Australia: Margaret Mahony

New Zealand: Geoff Annear

Island: Paul Aingimea (Nauru)

Island: Peter Anderson (Papua New Guinea)

Island: Jean Tranut (Vanuatu)

Secretary and Treasurer: Arthur Eustace (New Zealand)