Tauna Thomas

In 2018, Tauna won the UNICEF Media Award for Excellence in Reporting on Children’s Rights. She graduated from CARIMAC in 2015 and joined NNN in 2016. Since then, she’s covered several high-profile court cases including the X6 murder trial, the police death squad trial and is currently covering the Uchence Wilson Gang trial. Thomas is the Producer of Talking History heard on Nationwide Radio every Saturday.

Key Witness Against ‘Dexter Street’ Gang Refused Witness Protection – Police

The Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF, says it’s this afternoon making it abundantly clear that solid police work was done in the preparation of the case against the...

Authorities Report Several of the Island’s Lock-Ups Now Double in Capacity

Director of Corporate Communication and Public Relations at the Department of Correctional Services, Dexter Thompson says a number of their facilities are now double the...

Toddler Among Five Shot, One Dead, in Vineyard Town

One man’s dead and four others including a toddler wounded following a shooting incident in Vineyard Town St. Andrew this morning. The Police are currently on the...

Redundancies Spark Protest Among JISCO/Alpart Workers

Workers at the Alpart bauxite plant in St. Elizabeth are at this hour protesting the move by JISCO to issue redundancy letters to several of them. The plant has been...

St. Elizabeth Residents Frustrated with Water Supply Project

Residents in a number of communities in South St. Elizabeth are expressing their frustration over a water supply project that has bypassed their neighbourhoods. The...

Patterson Discharged From Hospital Following Hip, Knee Surgery

The former Prime Minister will be under the care of a medical team.

Fearon Williams, Colonel of Accompong Maroons Among 250 Awarded National Honours

Colonel of the Accompong Maroons in St. Elizabeth, Fearon Williams was among the 250 awardees at today’s National Honours and Awards ceremony. The annual ceremony...

Commuters Urged to Avoid New Kingston Area Due to Kanye West Concert

Motorists and commuters are being urged to avoid New Kingston this afternoon if they’re not residents or  conducting business in the area. That’s the word...

Court Battle Continues Between MoBay Pride & St. James Municipal Corporation

Mobay Pride will not be allowed to host a series of gay pride events at the Montego Bay Cultural Centre this week. That’s the effect of a ruling by the Court of...

Four Men Await Trial on Murder & Other Charges

Four men are to face the courts after being charged for serious crimes including murder and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition. The men are from the parishes...