Newspaper title is in italics.
Leave out ‘The’ in the title. Use Australian or Sydney Morning Herald.
"In a break with tradition, the Prime Minister’s office supplied video footage of the visit taken…" (Crowe 2015).
Crowe (2015) compares inclusion of media teams to Tony Abbott’s visit to Baghdad with previous prime ministerial visits to Iraq and Afghanistan.
Crowe, D 2015, ‘ Anger as media left grounded’, Australian, 06 January, p. 4.
Newspaper headline is the article title in single quotes.
Include the date of issue (day month) of the newspaper after the title.
Include the page number of the article in the Reference list. Do not include page numbers in the in-text reference.
"A British Ministry of Defence spokesman confirmed..." (Australian 12 November 2010, p. 14).
The report in the Australian (12 November 2010, p. 14) remarked that Breaker Morant...
Not required as all details are provided in-text
If the author is not evident provide all the details in the in-text citation including the page nos.
See Newspaper article (with author) or Newspaper article (without author).
Reference a newspaper article from a database e.g. Factiva or ProQuest in exactly the same way as you would a newspaper article in print. There is no need to acknowledge which database the article came from.
"China, for instance, is targeting...over 15 years" (Gittens 2010).
Gittens (2010) accuses Australia of being behind other countries efforts to reduce carbon.
Gittins, R 2010, ‘Suits us to be deluded on climate,’ The Age, 17 November, viewed 6 December, <http://www.theage.com.au/environment/climate-change/suits-us-to-be-deluded-on-climate-20101117-17wyp.html>.
Add the URL and date viewed for articles found on a Newspaper webpage.