Thursday, 31 March 2011
Tuesday, 29 March 2011
Wednesday, 9 March 2011
newshopper is a local newspaper which is printed at, Bromley Series News Shopper, Mega House,
Tuesday, 8 March 2011
This also is my research on the free newspaper called 'metro' which you recieve on your travels around London, this also will help me decide on what layout and stories I can use towards my newspaper.
Wednesday, 2 March 2011
A 39 year old man was arrested on Thursday from an address in Penge (February 17) in action of the murder of Samuel Guidera. The following day an 18 year old was arrested from an address in Sydenham at 7am also being linked to the murder of the 24 year old. They were both bailed and are both set to return in April.
Police are continuing investigations and appeals for witnesses a week on from the murder of Samuel Guidera.
Mr Guidera was found collapsed in the street in newlands park, opposite the junction of Bailey Place, at around 9.55pm last Saturday (12th February) which is 200m from Penge East railway station.
Samuel Guidera was rushed to hospital, but was pronounced dead at around 10.55pm , after being stabbed in the heart.
Tonight (February 19) officers will be at the murder scene handing out leaflets to the local public, to see whether they can come across someone who was around the area at the time.
Police have said that they would like to speak to anway who got off the train at penge east at the same time as Mr Guidera.
That day Samuel had spent the day watching football on TV with his friends.
He traveled on the 9.17pm train from Bickley to Penge East, once getting of the train he crossed over the footbridge to the newlands park exit, as he was en-route to meeting his friend.
Detective Lawrence Smith said: “ Sam came from a loving family who are devastated as they struggle to come to terms with his death.
The 24 year old was a student of history and politics at the university of Greenwich and was hoping to become a teacher.
Anyone with information should call 020 8345 3734 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.