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Introduction 'News media inquire, examine, and report to stakeholder publics on topics and event s which happen around the globe in a twenty-four-hour, 365-day news cycle' (Richard,2007:98). Due to the way news media functions, we understand what's happening in the world and we could have 'link' to other areas. With new media arising, the data transmission process become quicker. Though new media is getting more widespread, nevertheless, a considerable amount of individuals rely on one of the standard news media -- newspaper. Facing the competition, the way news reported could change as newspapers 'need to keep large flow figures to stay rewarding' (Bignell 1997:83). This directly impacts how news is presented. To make news appeal to readers, information may under 'style' as mentioned by Thorne (2008), the function of papers from the 21st century isn't only 'referential', ' entertainment has come to be equally crucial in the struggle to win readers'(P.262). In this paper, a piece of information was obtained from WiseNews for evaluation. It was an event occupied a large coverage in paper and caught lots of public attention -- The Manila Hostage Incident. I'd love to observe how writer presents the story to their readers through looking at its structure and the use of language. Information Flow In reporting the news, journalist adopts the story-telling approach. 'Journalists are professional story-teller of our era' (Bell,1991:147). When reporting an event. Journalists tend to not only report the fact in each paragraph without connecting the data together. Rather, they tend to make the part of text into a story. Headline Te headline is thought of as 'an abstract of this subjective' (Bell, 1991:149)...