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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.
You can follow Rhiannon on Twitter @SkyRhiannon
Gamal is a presenter and reporter for Sky News and has covered a range of stories for the network. He was one of the first reporters at the violent scenes of student unrest outside the Conservative Party Headquarters in November 2010.
He also reported live, in one night, from both Manchester and Liverpool, as violence spread during the riots in August 2011.
Gamal has also worked for ITV Breakfast as the Northern based Correspondent for Good Morning Britain (formerly Daybreak) where he led a team including a Camera Operator, Communication Link Engineer and Sound Engineer to deliver quality material against tight deadlines at live locations. He has also worked for ITN.
His TV Career began at ITV Granada – ITV’s regional news for the North West – where he was a presenter and reporter. During his time there he worked extensively with the British Army and during the summer of 2010 he was embedded with the First Battalion, The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment during a six month tour of Afghanistan.
After graduating with a BA Honours from Manchester University in Politics and History he went on to do a Masters Degree in International Politics before enrolling on a postgraduate diploma course in Broadcast Journalism at City University.
Tadhg Enright is Sky News' business reporter who covers the twists and turns in the British and global recovery.
A self-confessed business anorak, Tadhg particularly enjoys reporting on retail and aviation stories and anything to do with branding.
Tadhg joined Sky News' Dublin office in 2005 and reported from Ireland for three years on a variety of topics including from the peace process to Eurovision plus the rise and fall of the Celtic Tiger economy.
Switching to Ireland's state broadcaster RTE in 2008, Tadhg moved into business news just as the Eurozone crisis started to develop.
He returned to Sky News in 2010 shortly before Ireland's bailout and brought first-hand knowledge and experience to Sky's coverage of its downfall and all the Eurozone developments and lack of progress since.
Tadhg's favourite plaudit was paid by City grandee David Buik who told him: "I love your rhetoric!"
Ursula Errington is Sky News London based reporter. Ursula was the only journalist to broadcast live from the Irrawaddy Delta after the cyclone in Burma in May 2008. She also spent 6 months at the High Court giving live updates during the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales and followed the jury's visit to the crash scene in Paris.
Ursula joined Sky News as a producer in December 2004. As well as reporting, she occasionally presents overnight bulletins. Previously, she worked for BBC local radio and BBC Radio 4.
After graduating from Oxford with a BA in English Literature in 1999, Ursula worked on the trading floor of a major oil company and of an international bank. Ursula completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism at Cardiff University, in 2003.