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Harvard Citation Style: Newspapers

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Introduction

Reference Formats

Books/eBooks

  • No Authors
  • 1, 2 or More Authors
  • No Editors
  • 1, 2 or More Editors
  • Chapters in Books

Company Information

  • Company Reports
  • Company Profiles

Conference Proceedings

  • Print
  • Online

Internet/Websites

  • Websites
  • Blogs
  • Web Images
  • Web Documents
  • Computer Software

Journal Articles

  • CMO Articles
  • Print
  • Online

Lecture Notes

Multimedia Formats

  • Audio-Visual Material

Newspaper Articles

  • Print
  • Online

Patents & Standards

  • Citing Patents: Examples
  • Citing Patents: Standards

Theses

  • Citing Theses: Examples

All Examples

  • A table of examples in all formats for quick reference

Citing Newspaper Articles

  • Citing Newspaper articles is very similar to citing journal articles.  
  • As many newspapers are daily publications the date of the newspaper must be included
  • If accessed online, the access date and source should be included.

Citing Newspaper Articles: Examples

Material Type

In-Text Example

Reference List Example

Newspaper: Print (Ionesco 2001) Ionesco, J 2001, 'Federal election: new Chip in politics', The Advertiser 23 October, p. 10.
Newspaper: Electronic Database (Meryment 2006) Meryment, E 2006, 'Distaff winemakers raise a glass of their own to their own', The Australian, 7 October, p. 5. Available from: Factiva. [2 February 2007].
Newspaper: From a Website (Hilts 1999) Hilts, PJ 1999, 'In forecasting their emotions, most people flunk out', The New York Times 16 February. Available from <http://www.nytimes.com>. [19 February 2000].

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