News is anything that has happened or is happening in the world, that is interesting and keeps people informed.
The weather, crops, prices of food, new brands of beer or the launch of a theatre or cinema are all examples of news that people will be interested in. They are not the kind of things that most of us would consider as good news, but they are still interesting and keep people informed.
What makes news is what matters to people and has a direct impact on their lives. It may be a bug that is destroying their crop, or a woman who is asking the Roman Catholic Church to ordain women priests.
But what makes a news story worth telling? The answer to this question depends on the society in which it is happening. For example, if a farm wall collapses killing cows and pigs, that is news in some societies, but not in others.
It is important for a journalist to choose the most significant events in any given news story and then convey them effectively to the reader. That means they need to be told briefly so that readers can read them, clearly so that they can appreciate them and picturesquely so that they will remember them.
They need to be put before the reader as quickly as possible so that they can grab their attention and make them want to find out more. This is why it is so important to write a strong headline.
This will attract the attention of the reader and help them decide whether or not they are interested in reading more about what has happened. It is also very important that you give a brief summary of the main facts and then move on to the more detailed information, so that the reader can come away from your story with all the basic facts that they need in order to understand the story.
The most important thing to remember when writing a news article is that the story should be written in plain language and if you make it linguistically difficult, your reader will find it hard to read or listen to. This is why it is so important to be aware of the fact that the purpose of news is not to entertain but to inform and educate your readers or listeners.