In-text citations


According to Brian Craig  Mrs Holt … (2).

Direct quote

Place direct quotes between double quotation marks " " and provide the page number(s) from the newspaper. If no page numbers are provided, then include the paragraph number.

"Starbucks is an international …" (Rosen).

Works Cited


“Article Title.” Newspaper/Magazine Name [City (if not in name)] Day Month Year, page range, doi/URL.

Online replica of print edition

Craig, Brian. “Australia and the World Shares Mrs Holt’s Sorrow.” Australian Women’s Weekly, 10 Jan. 1968, pp.  2–3. Trove,

Litson, Jo. “Pulse of the Times.” The Australian, 7 May 2004, p. 17.

Online edition

Rosen, Len. Letter. “Occupy Starbucks.” New York Times, 22 Jan. 2014,

Wilson-Clark, Charlie. "Computers ranked as key literacy." The West Australian, 29 Mar. 2004, p. 3,

  • Give author, or start with title if no author.
  • Give title (quotation marks). If needed, add description (e.g., Letter) before title, or give alone.
  • Give newspaper/magazine name (italics). Omit ‘The’ if at beginning. If city is not in name, add this in square brackets, no italics. If separate section, add name (no italics) after title.
  • Give date of publication followed by page numbers. If non-consecutive, add plus sign (See: Newspapers - No consecutive page numbers).
  • ONLINE: Give website name (italics), publisher of website, date of publication, medium of publication (Web), and retrieval date. If article is a digital replica of print edition, include page numbers.
  • For works that are anonymously authored, or have no author, include a shortened version of the title in the in-text citation (do not list the author as "anonymous", nor as "anon.").