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2010 ‑ The Most Rev’d Dr Winston Halapua, BD, BA, MA, PhD
PO Box 35, Suva, Fiji Islands
Telephone: Office 00 679 330 4716,
Fax: 00679 330 2687
Jurisd ‑ Within that part of the Pacific Ocean which lies between the fifth northern parallel of latitude on the north and on the south between the 172nd degree east longitude and the 120th degree west longitude by the 30th degree south parallel of latitude and again on the south between the 166th degree east longitude and the 172nd degree east longitude by the third degree south parallel of latitude and limited on the west between the 30th and 3rd south parallels of latitude by the 172nd degree east longitude and between the 3rd south parallel of latitude and the 5th north parallel of latitude by the 166th degree of east longitude and limited on the east by the 120th degree of west longitude Area, 11,000,000 sq miles Est ChPop 10,000; Arms (Fox‑Davies) Barry wave azure and argent, on a cross gules a mitre, and in the first quarter a range of mountains below three stars
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