The father of an Australian schoolgirl at the centre of a collar-bomb extortion hoax has been appointed the nation's new rugby union chief.
Bill Pulver, accompanied by his wife Belinda, at a press conference in Sydney on August 16, 2011. Pulver, whose teenage daughter was at the centre of a collar-bomb extortion hoax in 2011, has been appointed Australia's new rugby union chief.
Bill Pulver, the head of linguistics technology company Appen Butler Hill, was named John O'Neill's successor at the helm of the Australian Rugby Union ahead of a big year for the sport, with the upcoming British and Irish Lions tour.
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