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Newspaper article from a webpage (HTML format only)

Newspaper articles from a webpage with full-page format/imaging (PDF) are cited in the same way as printed newspaper articles.

If there is no author(s) for a newspaper article from a webpage, follow the guidelines for a printed newspaper article (with no author).

For a newspaper article in HTML format and sourced from a webpage, enclose the title of the article in single inverted commas (quotation marks). Italicise the newspaper title.

Add the viewed date (for example: viewed 27 September 2016) and the URL address enclosed in angled brackets (< and >) after the publication date (if available).

Banks, D 2010, 'Tweeting in court: why reporters must be given guidelines', The Guardian, 15 December, viewed 25 November 2015, .

Internet sources and social media


A blog or blog post is usually referenced as you would a website.

Include the author(s) details. If there is no author’s name use the username instead (for example: Thesis Whisperer).

After the author(s) or username details, if there is no date supplied, use n.d.

For a blog post only, the title of the blog post should be enclosed in single inverted commas (quotation marks).

The title of the blog should be italicised.

Include the name of the platform (for example: blog or blog post)

For a blog post only, add the date (for example: 3 April) of the post. If an author posts multiple entries on one day, include the time after the date (for example: 13 January, 4.25 am).

Add the viewed date (for example: viewed 8 January 2014) and the URL address enclosed in angled brackets (< and >) after the format or the date (if a blog post).

Thesis Whisperer 2013, ‘Wormhole literature’, The Thesis Whisperer, blog post, 3 April, viewed 8 January 2014, .

Webber, S & Boon, S 2006, Information literacy blog, blog, viewed 8 January 2014, .

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