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Wednesday 4 December 2019

Sydney, Australia
Israel Folau's bitter legal dispute with Rugby Australia is over, with both parties announcing that they have reached a confidential agreement, in a joint statement released today 4 December.
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Thursday 26 September 2019

Tonga National Rugby League (TNRL) says it “knows of no rule that requires Israel Folau or any other player registered with the TNRL, to apply to the RLIF to be eligible to play for Tonga” in a statement released on 24 September. However, the RLIF board will meet today to discuss the issue.
Tuesday 24 September 2019

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Israel Folau’s reported availability to play for the Mate Ma‘a Tonga (MMT) in the two test matches against Great Britain and Australia at the end of the year, has been refuted by the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF).
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Wednesday 12 June 2019

Melbourne, Australia
There is no such thing as an own goal in rugby, but Rugby Australia, the game’s governing body in Australia, has done its very best to score one by terminating the contract of Israel Folau. In doing so, it has lost the services of a star fullback who has played 73 tests for Australia. ... But once we allow, as a ground for restricting someone’s freedom of speech or action, the claim that someone else has been offended by it, freedom is in grave danger of disappearing entirely. By Peter Singer
Tuesday 23 April 2019

Sydney, Australia
Israel Folau will face a panel of three distinguished barristers in a code of conduct hearing on 4 May at the Rugby Australia Building in Sydney, Rugby Australia announced yesterday 22 April.
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Thursday 18 April 2019

England, United Kingdom
English number 8, Billy Vunipola, received a formal warning by England’s Rugby Football Union this week in regards to a statement he posted on social media last week defending controversy embroiled wallaby Israel Folau. He also received a warning from his club, the Saracens, and was booed at during a rugby game in England’s Premiership Rugby tournament.
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Thursday 18 April 2019

Sydney, Australia
Israel Folau will fight to keep his $4 million contract intact at a code of conduct hearing with Rugby Australia, expected later this month. He will face a panel of three adjudicators, whose decision will decide the fate of Folau’s rugby career in Australia.
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Friday 12 April 2019

Sydney, Australia
The CEOs of Australia Rugby (AR) and the New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWR) issued a joint statement yesterday, announcing intentions to terminate contracts with Wallaby star player Israel Folau because of a disrespectful and discriminating meme he recently shared on Instagram calling on “drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists and idolators” to repent.
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Monday 30 October 2017

Rugby Union
Australian Wallabies star fullback Israel Folau was awarded the prestigious John Eales Medal at an Australian Rugby Awards ceremony in Sydney, on Friday October 27. The annual award recognises the best Rugby Union players in Australia. The 28-year-old was the top try-scorer for this year’s 2017 Rugby Championship, scoring five tries in six games.
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Sunday 18 December 2016

Auckland, New Zealand
Israel Folau and Manu Vatuvei are helping to tackle suicide in New Zealand, by hosting talks about depression as part of a "Road to Redemption" tour around the country this week.
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Monday 24 October 2016

Sydney, Australia
Israel Folau will marry Kiwi netball star Maria Tutaia. The pair announced their engagement yesterday via social media with Israel tweeting “She said yes”.
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Thursday 6 January 2011
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Tongan Australian Football League (AFL) superstar Israel Folau who signed a $6 million four year deal with the Greater Western Sydney, making him one of the youngest and highest paid players visited Tonga before Christmas 2010 to promote his new sport.
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