The story i am looking into is how horse meat has been discovered on the shelves of UK supermarkets without anyone knowing.
This link is to the Guardian website. The way that they have covered the story through the twists and turns it has had in the past month is by creating a fairly simple and easy to read timeline. This is a effective and way of getting information across, with no pictures and unnecessary information it is straight to the point as the each story isn’t exaggerating, its just the raw facts.
This is the link to the Mirrors website. They also decided to cover the events of this story by producing a timeline of the events. The events they have covered are not all facts as some of the information is still to be confirmed or just rumours. They have split up each story with a picture that relates to the article, this may be a more interesting read to some viewers but it is not the exact news and after reading all the information you may be overloaded where as with the Guardian sites timeline it just tells you what you need to know, not added stories or pictures.
Overall as most people are aware these papers are very different as they cater for different audiences. The guardian tends to focus on the more educated citizen so contains more informative and well explained information where as the mirrors audience tends to be for people such as builders etc who tend to just pick up the paper to see whats going on thanks to short snappy articles that get the story across fast and simply. By doing this the layout of their stories differ.