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AGLC4 referencing style: Newspapers

This guide provides basic information on formatting references according to the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (4th ed.)

Newspapers

Newspapers

Material Type

(AGLC Rule)

Footnote Example

Bibliography Example

Newspaper Article: signed, with pinpoint

(Rule 7.11.1)

1  Dani Anguino, 'California Man Sues Over Injuries After Bear Surprised him in Dumpster', The Guardian (Sydney, 18 August 2021) 6.

Anguino, Dani, 'California Man Sues Over Injuries After Bear Surprised him in a Dumpster', The Guardian (Sydney, 18 August 2021) 6

Newspaper Article: from a named section of the newspaper,  unsigned (author not known)

(Rules 7.11.1 and 7.11.4)

1 'Little Corporate Appeal in Green Bottom Line', Business, The Age (Melbourne, 6 June 2005). 

'Little Corporate Appeal in Green Bottom Line', Business, The Age (Melbourne, 6 June 2005)

Newspaper Article: only available online, no page numbers

(Rule 7.11.2)

Anna Patty, 'Uber Drivers Launch Test Case in Federal Court', The Age (online, 1 August 2021) <https://www.theage.com.au/business/workplace/uber-drivers-launch-test-case-in-federal-court-2-2110801-p58es8.html>. 

Patty, Anna,  'Uber Drivers Launch Test Case in Federal Court', The Age (online, 1 August 2021) <https://www.theage.com.au/business/workplace/uber-drivers-launch-test-case-in-federal-court-2-2110801-p58es8.html>

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