Since joining Sky News in July 2010, Rhiannon Mills has covered some of the biggest breaking national and international stories.

As a London based reporter, Rhiannon broadcast live from Wapping during the NOTW phone hacking scandal, she covered the violent student demonstrations in 2010, the snow closure of Heathrow airport and was live in central London for the 2011 New Year celebrations. She was also one of the first reporters to cover the disappearance of Joanna Yeates in Bristol.

Her foreign news stories include writing reports on the night the Libyan conflict began, updates on the trapped Chilean miners and the aftermath of the Japanese tsunami.

Rhiannon is a versatile reporter whose list of interviewees include Prime Minister David Cameron, Hollywood star Tom Cruise and a host of racing drivers including Lewis Hamilton.

Rhiannon previously worked as a correspondent and video journalist for ITV Anglia, regularly co-presenting the evening news programme "Anglia Tonight". As a Formula One fan Rhiannon became the unofficial motorsport correspondent, reporting live from the British Grand Prix for three years. In 2005 Rhiannon was chosen from over one thousand candidates to join the re-launched ITV News Traineeship.

Her career in journalism started in commercial radio in Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire, covering the Soham Murders and presenting bulletins on the afternoon of the 7/7 bombings.

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Articles by Rhiannon Mills

  1. Family And Friends Honour 'Spirited' Alice Gross

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. Her family released the statement as they held a private funeral for the 14-year-old, who was found dead in West London after going missing in August. In the statement, parents Rosalind Hodgkiss and ...

  2. UK Firms Consider Paying For Egg Freezing

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. With the US tech giants now offering the fertility treatment as a benefit, Sky News asked 18 city firms if they would consider providing the same perk. Two said yes - Spacious, who provide ...

  3. Ebola 'Horror Story' Inspires Briton's Charity

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, News Correspondent. Memuna Janneh, who was brought up in the West African country and continues to do business there, has set up the charity lunchboxgift.com to supply fresh, cooked meals for communities left in crisis ...

  4. Compassion 'Can Save' Self-Harming Youngsters

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. In its new report, Managing Self-Harm In Young People, the Royal College of Psychiatrists has called for teenagers to be treated more sensitively, whether by professionals or their families. The document is an ...

  5. Runners To Wear Yellow Ribbons For Alice

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Reporter. Organisers of the Ealing Half-Marathon have been working with the #FindAlice campaign and will be giving away yellow ribbons to the 6,000 competitors to wear as they take on the course. Ribbons ...

  6. Beheading Suspect Refuses Video Appearance

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. Nicholas Salvadore is charged with the murder of 82-year-old Palmira Silva, who was found dead in her back garden in Edmonton, north London, last Thursday. Sitting at the Old Bailey the judge, Brian ...

  7. Police On Alert Amid Nato Summit Protest

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky Reporter. Around 1,000 people gathered outside the crown court before they made their way through the city. As well as a strong Welsh contingent, demonstrators came from as far as the US, Belgium, France ...

  8. British Police On Alert For Nato Summit Demos

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky Reporter. A march is due to begin at around 1pm and is expected to be peaceful, but police are expecting more demonstrations this week. They include one on Thursday that may be "something a little ...

  9. Plain Cigarette Packs Do Not Hurt Retailers

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. The findings from the study in Australia are published in the journal BMJ Open. Australia was the first country in the world to introduce plain packaging for tobacco products, in December 2012, with ...

  10. Middle Lane Hogging Rife Despite Fine Threat

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. New research has found 52% of motorists know that middle lane hogging is illegal. Yet despite this, 59% owned up to staying in the central lane, rather than just using it for overtaking ...

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