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.

Gregory Park Primary School Teachers on Edge After Reportedly Being Threatened by Parent

A group of teachers at the Gregory Park Primary school in St. Catherine have reported a parent to the Police after he made a number of threats against them on the...

Soldier Shoots Police Constable Allegedly Caught in Bed with His Wife

A Constable who was caught in what’s being described as a ‘compromising position’ with a soldier’s wife is this afternoon nursing a gunshot...

Health Ministry says COVID-19 Test Kits are Reliable and Accurate

Acting Director of the National Laboratory Services, Dr Michelle Hamilton is assuring Jamaicans they can rely on accurate results from the testing kits for COVID-19....

Deadline to Register for ‘My School Jamaica’ School Registration Software Set for March 21

The Education Ministry is reminding the public that March 31 this year is the deadline set for schools to sign up for the My School Jamaica School Management Software....

Constitutional Court Rules That Immunity Certificates in the Keith Clarke Matter are “Null, Void and Invalid”

The Constitutional Court has ruled that certificates of immunity that would exempt three soldiers from prosecution in relation to the killing of Chartered Accountant...

3 In Custody In Relation To Stony Hill Murder & Shooting

Three suspects are now in custody in relation to a murder and shooting incident in Stony Hill, St. Andrew last week Wednesday, February 12. Three men were shot in Stony...

Financial Analyst Praises Govt’s 2020/2021 Budget

Financial Analyst, Dennis Chung, is commending the government for its allocation of funds in the 2020/2021 Estimates of Expenditure. He says the Holness administration...

US$1-Million Being Spent To Remedy Dust Nuisance in St. Elizabeth

One million US dollars is being spent to remedy the dust nuisance affecting some ten communities in and around the Alpart bauxite plant in St. Elizabeth. The...

Charles Snr. Apologizes after Constituents’ Protest at Nomination Day

Outgoing Member of Parliament for North Central Clarendon, Pearnel Charles Senior is apologising to Jamaica Labour Party, JLP, Leader Andrew Holness. Mr. Charles...

Firefighters Battling Blaze In Jacks Hill

Firefighters from the Half Way Tree and York Park fire stations are currently battling a blaze in Jacks Hill, St. Andrew. Two units responded to the blaze last evening...