TVWan

Montes speaks of upbringing

“I am shy and an off-cam type of girl,” she described herself during an interview with TVWan’s Hennah Joku.

The Filipino actress arrived in Port Moresby early this morning.

Montes’ personality comes from very humble beginnings.

She was born as Mara Hautea Schnittka to a Filipino mother Gemma Hautea and German father, Martin Schnittka, but raised by her grandmother when her father left them while she was a baby.

TVWAN cook show notes success

The half-hour weekly program on TVWAN showcases PNG’s dynamic food diversity.

Asi said particularly after the rebirth, the cook show has picked up really well, with 18 episodes.

This outcome is credited to the contributors of the show, such as the commonly known “Uncle Tony” and those who have participated in the segment “cooking with everyday people”.

The team is now shooting its second season, which is anticipated to be even bigger.

​Quiz show to be on TVWAN!

TTQ is an alternative educational activity which integrates learning and entertainment, allowing schools to compete academically through quizzing and debates.

With agreement to air on TVWAN for this season, partners Melanesian Multimedia Company and Big Rooster have begun recording.

At least 16 schools in Port Moresby have taken on the challenge to go on the national television show.

VIDEO: Lifestyle diseases increasing

That threat is "ignorance" - ignorance to live a healthy lifestyle.

Dr Sam Yockopua from Port Moresby General Hospital's Emergency Unit, the emergency unit today, receives more than 4 cases of lifestyle related disease, unlike in the past.

 

Charmaine Poriambep with more 

VIDEO: Women’s election participation

This was the important point shared by the Chairperson of the Integrity of Political Parties, Orovu Sepoe at a discussion hosted by the US Embassy on Women's Participation in Elections, the Challenges and Lessons Learned.

 

Sophie Yaruso with more 

VIDEO: Coffee in Sepik

The Coffee Industry Corporation was in the province recently, to visit coffee growers, including Thomas Ainero in Angoram District.

The CIC reported that Angoram District is a sleeping giant for cash crop development because of its large population and vast land mass.

However, farmer Thomas said coffee farmers are slowly losing interest because of the stagnant coffee prices over the years.

 

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VIDEO: Trukai Fun Run set

Other centres taking part in the Trukai Fun Run include Mt Hagen and Lae.

 

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VIDEO: Hunters Round 14 Challenge

Hunters take on the South Logan Magpies in this weekend's round 14 match at the National Football Stadium.

 

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VIDEO: PM in Kandep

He was greeted by a sea of PNC red as thousands of supporters attended a campaign rally in Kandep recently.

 

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VIDEO: Czuba takes over

Czuba said the sector will continue the work of former secretary Professor David Kavanamur in a bid to develop and raise the standard of higher education in the country.

 

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