Israel Folau, a member of famous Rugby Player list, was born on April 3, 1989 in Minto, Australia. Israel Folau’s made one of the most incredible transitions to rugby and still there’s no stopping the superstar that is Israel Folau. Following his impressive second year with the Waratahs, which ended triumphantly with the Super Rugby trophy, the skilled back continued to contribute to his beloved Waratahs in 2015. Israel Folau Full Biography and Profile.
Robert James Lee (Bob) Hawke was born in Bordertown, South Australia on 9 December 1929, the son of a minister of religion and a former teacher. Hawke brought the ALP back into government at the general election on 5 March 1983, gaining a 15-seat majority over the Liberal-National coalition in the House of Representatives. Under Hawke’s leadership, changes to Australia’s education and training system began in 1984 and continued over the following years. Hawke took the ALP to a record third term in office at the general election on 8 July 1987. Robert James Lee Hawke biography and profile.
Bill Shorten, born 12 May 1967, Australian politician who has been Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Labor Party. He was first elected as the Labor Member for Maribyrnong on November 24, 2007. Growing up in the suburbs, I watched as my mum made sacrifices. She saved to put my twin brother and I through school and herself through university. She made sacrifices to pay for the things that are important. Things like health, education, and a good job. Read Bill Shorten biography and profile.
Brenton Tarrant was born in Australia to a working class, low-income family and attended Grafton High School in New South Wales where he obtained qualifications in fitness. He described himself online as “just a ordinary white man. Tarrant also said he barely made it through school and didn’t go to university as nothing interested him. Read Brenton Harrison Tarrant Biography and Profile.