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NZ Rugby Union CEO Steve Tew Addresses Sydney Bug, Chiefs Stripper Incidents

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 30 / 16

The Sydney bug and Chiefs stripper incident "continue to remain on the radar of New Zealand Rugby officials, who are adamant they're sweeping neither under the carpet," according to Marc Hinton of STUFF. New Zealand Rugby Union CEO Steve Tew "addressed both controversies in his Monday post-board mee...

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