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Dumped Folau fights 'unfair' rugby sacking

SBS Thursday, 6 June 2019
Dumped Wallabies star Israel Folau has lodged an "unlawful termination" claim against rugby's national and NSW governing bodies.
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Israel Folau has launched legal proceedings against Rugby Australia over the termination of his contract, casting the action as the pursuit of his "right to religious freedom". Michelle Hennessy reports.

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