The basics of a reference list entry for a newspaper article
Example: Johnston, E. (2011, 3 November). When funding costs rise, breaking up is hard to do. The Sydney Morning Herald, p. 30.
As Gordon (2011) says ...
[Add page numbers for direct quotes.]
Gordon, M. (2011, August 20). The boat that changed it all. The Age, pp. 18, 22.
[If an article appears on discontinuous pages, give all page numbers, and separate the numbers with a comma.]
Newspaper: from a Website
Norton, A. (2011, October 11). Why teaching must be rated. The Age. Retrieved from http://www.theage.com.au
Newspaper: from a database
Smith, B. (2011, June 24). Brain study confirms stress of life in the city. The Age, p.14. Retrieved from Factiva.
Newspaper article: without author
("Child Psychologist," 2010) ...
As discussed in "Child Psychologist" (2010) ...
[Use a shortened title (or full title if it is short) in Headline Case enclosed in double quotation marks.]
Child psychologist inspired by dreams of Freud. (2010, August 16). The West Australian, p. 2.
[Use the first word of the title to place this reference in the alphabetical sequence of your reference list.]
Newspaper article: from a separately paginated section
Wilson, J. (2009, September 26). In defence of the superficial. The Age: A2, p. 23.
[Note: 'A2' before the page number indicates a separately paginated section of the newspaper.]
Press or Media Release
(Prime Minister of Australia, 2010)
CSIRO. (2007, March 20). Cyclone science shows rainforest impacts and recovery [Press release]. Retrieved from http://www.csiro.au/news/ps2wj.html
Prime Minister of Australia. (2010, July 7). Gillard Government to boost resources to international border patrols [Press release]. Canberra, ACT: AGPS.