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. Cancer Patients To Test Personalised Drugs

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. Cancer Research UK is teaming up with pharmaceutical companies and the NHS to launch the "National Lung Matrix" trial this summer. When a patient is diagnosed a sample of their tumour will be ...

  2. Cancer Drugs Trial 'An Important Step Forward'

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. Cancer Research UK is teaming up with pharmaceutical companies and the NHS to launch the "National Lung Matrix" trial this summer. When a patient is diagnosed a sample of their tumour will be ...

  3. Dredging Begins On Flood-Hit Somerset Levels

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky Correspondent. The Environment Agency has started work on a 200-metre stretch of the River Parrett close to where it meets the River Tone at Burrowbridge. Eventually four miles of waterway will be dug out with ...

  4. Scientists Recreate Mars - In Hertfordshire

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. The 30 metre-wide test centre at the Airbus Defence and Space site in Stevenage looks like a giant sandpit and has been created using rocks from DIY shops, but is part of the ...

  5. Energy Bills To Show Codes To Help Consumers

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky Correspondent. The Department for Energy and Climate change wants all energy companies to add the codes to their bills to give customers an easier way of finding out how much they have spent on gas ...

  6. QR Codes For 'Better Energy Bill Deals'

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky Correspondent. The Department for Energy and Climate change want all energy companies to add the codes to their bills, to give customers an easier way of finding out how much they have spent on gas ...

  7. Pc Blakelock Attackers 'Yelled Kill The Pig'

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky Correspondent. The detail emerged as the trial of 45-year-old Nicholas Jacobs began at the Old Bailey. He is accused of murdering Pc Keith Blakelock, 40, as the officer tried to protect firefighters tackling a blaze ...

  8. 'Cut Snobbery' To Get Youth Back In Work

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Correspondent. In a speech at a school in South London later, Nick Clegg will announce changes to how young people are helped to get into training and employment. The Deputy Prime Minister will say ...

  9. Councils Criticised For Dropping Apostrophes

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky Correspondent. Cambridge City Council is one of the latest local authorities to decide not to put apostrophes on new signs. In a statement the council said it was following national policy in the National Land ...

  10. Migraines: Magnetic Device Offers Pain Relief

    Posted by - Rhiannon Mills, Sky News Reporter. The treatment, called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) , involves holding the device behind a patient's head and clicking a button to send brief magnetic pulses through the skull. The pulses affect neurons in ...

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