According to Brian Craig Mrs Holt … (2).
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).
“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, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/45649185?searchTerm=%22Australia%20and%20the%20World%20Shares%20Mrs%20Holt%27s%20Sorrow.&searchLimits=.
Litson, Jo. “Pulse of the Times.” The Australian, 7 May 2004, p. 17.
Rosen, Len. Letter. “Occupy Starbucks.” New York Times, 22 Jan. 2014, https://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/23/opinion/occupy-starbucks.html.
Wilson-Clark, Charlie. "Computers ranked as key literacy." The West Australian, 29 Mar. 2004, p. 3, https://thewest.com.au/.
- 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.").