Posts Tagged ‘Keefe Robinson-Gore’

Te Ao o te Māori

Keefe Robinson-Gore has a formidable rugby pedigree, but jokes that it hasn’t necessarily rubbed off on him. Keefe (Ōnuku, Wairewa, Arowhenua) is playing his first ever season of rugby for the LGBT team Christchurch Football Club Heroes – the first gay rugby team in Canterbury and one of only two currently competing in Aotearoa.

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Hokia ki tō Mauka

Iaean says, “When I came back from Outward Bound, Craig and I had a bit of a brainstorm and decided Outward Bound was awesome, but it didn’t have that kaupapa Māori element, tikanga Māori, whakataukī, kīwaha, the stories of the place that give a sense of belonging.”

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Vision for whānau enterprise

 Keefe Robinson-Gore has always had a passion for kai, where it comes from and how it is prepared and after attending the social innovation programme Live the Dream he feels one step closer to fulfilling his  long-term goal of building a self-sustainable thriving ecosystem at his marae. Keefe (Ngāi Tahu – Ngāti Irakehu, Ngāti Huirapa),…

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