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Australian Rugby Union boss Bill Pulver hits back at latest senate inquiry claims

Bill Pulver has rubbished the allegations raised in Monday night's senate inquiry into the Western Force's axing.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

ARU boss Bill Pulver defends ACT Brumbies as Western Force senate inquiry begins

ARU boss Bill Pulver has defended the decision to save the Brumbies
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: Sky’s the limit for women’s rugby

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We spoke to former and current England captains Gil Burns & Sarah Hunter as well as player Sue Dorrington and and the Chief Executive of the Australian Rugby Union, Bill Pulver on the growth of..
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Australian Rugby Union chief Bill Pulver faces Senate grilling

Melbourne Rebels received up to double the funding of the Western Force in the years leading up to the latter's axing from the Super Rugby competition, a Senate hearing has heard.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeSBS

Rugby - Billionaire's offer 'too late' to save Force - ARU chief

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Billionaire Andrew Forrest's offer of a significant investment in Australian rugby came too late to save the Western Force Super Rugby team, Australian Rugby Union chief Bill Pulver..
SBS

ARU boss Bill Pulver says Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest was too late with $50 million offer

Australian Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver says billionaire Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest was simply too late to the table with a stunning $50 million offer to prop up the Western Force and assure..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Pulver to face angry Force fans in Perth

ARU boss Bill Pulver has confirmed he will be in Perth for the upcoming Wallabies Test amid supporter unrest around Western Force's abolition.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Super axe disappoints top rugby official

Greg Harris, well-credentialled to replace Australian Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver, is disappointed a Super Rugby rugby team has been dumped.
SBS

ARU chief Bill Pulver to step down

ARU chief executive Bill Pulver will step down as soon as a replacement is found.
SBS

Bill Pulver to step down as ARU CEO

Australian Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver has announced he will step down as soon as a replacement can be found.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •The AgeSydney Morning Herald

Bill Pulver still confident Australian Rugby Union will be able to cut Super Rugby team

Australian Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver says he is still quietly confident the game's governing body will be able to cut a Super Rugby team as arbitration with Rugby WA draws closer.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Pulver unhappy with Super Rugby struggles

ARU chief Bill Pulver remains mute on the upcoming arbitration hearing but says his organisation has other Super Rugby problems they must also remedy.
SBS

Bill Pulver to remain ARU boss, no discussion of his position at emergency meeting

Bill Pulver will remain chief executive of the Australian Rugby Union, for now, with chairman Cameron Clyne saying his position was not discussed at an emergency general meeting on Tuesday afternoon.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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