Whānau Living focuses on Stacey Morrison's personal journey of discovery on how to balance a busy lifestyle while being a mother of 3 young children, wife, radio and TV presenter. Stacey has a number of friends and guests that appear on the series to guide and assist her with topics ranging from cooking, health, home and garden beautification to craft ideas.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Whānau Living - Rieko Ioane - Netflix
Rieko Edward Ioane (born 18 March 1997) is a New Zealand rugby union player. He plays in the centre and wing position for the Blues, Auckland, and plays internationally for the All Blacks. He has also played in the New Zealand Sevens Team. Ioane has not missed selection for the All Blacks since his debut in 2016.
Whānau Living - Early Career - Netflix
At 17 years old, Ioane made his Sevens debut at the 2015 Wellington Sevens tournament and a only a year later he was part of the New Zealand Sevens Team competing at the 2016 Summer Olympics. Ioane won the award for All Blacks Sevens Player of The Year later in the year, at the NZ Rugby Awards on 15 December 2016. Ioane was signed for Auckland in 2015 and the Blues in 2016, instantly becoming regular starters for both teams at outside centre. Ioane was just 17 years old when he made his debut for Auckland, becoming one of the youngest players to be selected at a Provincial level in New Zealand. Ioane was called up to the senior New Zealand squad for the 2016 Rugby Championship as injury cover for Waisake Naholo after Naholo tore his hamstring against Australia. Ioane made his debut during the end of the year tour off the bench against Italy on 12 November 2016, replacing Israel Dagg in the 50th minute. He scored his first try for the All Blacks in the 73rd minute to help them to a 68-10 victory. Making his debut at the age of 19 years and 239 days, Rieko Ioane became the eighth youngest All Blacks Test debutant. Ioane was not named in the squad to play against Ireland the following week, but came off the bench in the next game against France to replace Ryan Crotty in the 44th minute, in front of 78500 people.
Whānau Living - References - Netflix