THE last Croydon Advertiser of November hits the shelves tomorrow - where has the time gone?
We lead on the tragic killing of Shaun McSweeny and also feature the court case of a pair brothers accused of stabbing two teenagers at the Whitgift Centre back in January.
There's also the delightful tale of 91-year-old Reginald Young, an engineer who built the top secret machines used at Bletchley Park to decipher German Enigma codes. He is now trying to find a colleague he believes also lives in the Croydon area.
Page 3 is given over to an interview with Darth Vader (of course it is). More specifically, the actor Dave Prowse - who tells us about his life living in Addiscombe, the return of the Green Cross Code man and his one-word review of the Star Wars prequels (a clue, it's not complimentary)
In our go! leisure section, look out for a rundown of ice rinks in the area and our guide to the 10 hottest toys on sale in Croydon this Christmas.
Our sport section is dominated by all things Crystal Palace - especially the fall-out from the famous win over Liverpool - plus a preview of the weekend's clash with Swansea.
Also, you can find out why an elderly darts player who never gets the tram was issued with a fine for fare-dodging.
The paper is priced 80p and for sale in all good, bad and mediocre shops.