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.

Gov’t To Resume Talks On Compensating Coral Gardens Survivors

Culture Minister, Olivia Grange, says within days, stakeholders will be meeting to start discussions on a compensation framework for survivors of the 1963 Coral Gardens...

One Child Remains in Critical Condition Following Deadly 3-Vehicle Collision

One child who was involved in the deadly three-vehicle collision yesterday afternoon in St James remains in critical condition this afternoon. Two of the drivers...

‘Absolutely A Lie’ – Phillips Denies PNP Is Pushing Anti-Bauxite Campaign

Opposition Leader and PNP President, Dr. Peter Phillips is dismissing claims that his party has been pushing an anti-bauxite mining campaign. He was speaking last...

Police Double As Social Workers in Crime Fight, says Head of St. James Police

The Police are now seen as social workers with the powers of arrest. That’s the word of Commanding Officer for St. James, Superintendent Vernon Ellis who this...

Despite Slight Increase, Water Levels At Mona Reservoir and Hermitage Dam Still Critically Low

The National Water Commission, NWC, says there’s been a slight increase in the water levels at the Mona Reservoir and the Hermitage Dam, due to the recent rains...

Ministry Needs To Improve ‘Abilities’ At Early Childhood Level – Minister Samuda

Minister with responsibility for education, Karl Samuda, says the high percentage of students who didn’t perform well in the ability aspect of the PEP exams...

Electric Vehicle Policy Draft To Be Ready by Year End

Energy Minister, Fayval Williams, says a draft of the electric vehicle policy can be expected by the end of this year. The policy is intended to create an enabling...

Police Make More Than 500 Arrests For Drug Trafficking This Year

New data from the Police say over 500 have been arrested so far this year for drug trafficking. Between January and August, Police data also show a drastic increase in...

6-month old Shot Dead In St. James

The Police have launched an investigation into the shooting death of a 6-month old baby girl in St. James, which remains under a State of Emergency. The child was shot...

PM Holness Earns Record Of Declaring As Many SOEs As All His Predecessors Combined

With the declaration of States of Public Emergency in Clarendon and St. Catherine, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has earned the record of declaring as many SOEs as all...