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AGLC4

Reports and newspapers

Footnote

Format

Author, Title (Document Type Document Number, Date) Pinpoint.

Example

Qantas, Qantas Annual Report 2017: Positioning for Sustainability and Growth (Report, 2017).

Bibliography

Format

Author, Title (Document Type Document Number, Date)

Example

Qantas, Qantas Annual Report 2017: Positioning for Sustainability and Growth (Report, 2017)

Tips

  • If not all elements are relevant, such as document numbers, this information may be omitted.
  • See chapter 7.1.1 for more information about referencing Reports.
  • More specific types of reports are detailed throughout chapter 7.1

Footnote

Format

Author, Title (Document Type Document Number, Date) Pinpoint.

Example

Australian Law Reform Commission, Elder Abuse (Discussion Paper No 83, December 2016).

Bibliography

Format

Author, Title (Document Type Document Number, Date)

Example

Australian Law Reform Commission, Elder Abuse (Discussion Paper No 83, December 2016)

Tips

  • The type of publication such as report, discussion paper, etc, should be included as document type.
  • See chapter 7.1.4 for more information about referencing Law Reform Commission Reports.

Footnote

Format

Author, 'Article Title', Newspaper Title (Place of Publication, Full Date), Pinpoint.

Example

Stephanie Peatling, ‘Female Chief Justice Rewrites the Script’, The Age (Melbourne, 31 January 2017) 6.

Bibliography

Format

Author, 'Article Title', Newspaper Title (Place of Publication, Full Date), Starting Page

Example

Peatling, Stephanie, ‘Female Chief Justice Rewrites the Script’, The Age (Melbourne, 31 January 2017) 6

Tips

  • More information about citing newspapers can be found in chapter 7.11.2 of the AGLC4.

Footnote

Format

Author, 'Article Title', Newspaper Title (online, Full Date), Pinpoint <URL>.

Example

Farrah Tomazin, ‘Kinder Wages Breakthrough’, The Age (online, 19 May 2009) <http://www.theage.com.au/national/education/kinder-wages-breakthrough-20090519-bcwh.html>.

Bibliography

Format

Author, 'Article Title', Newspaper Title (online, Full Date), Starting Page <URL>

Example

Tomazin, Farrah, ‘Kinder Wages Breakthrough’, The Age (online, 19 May 2009) <http://www.theage.com.au/national/education/kinder-wages-breakthrough-20090519-bcwh.html>

Tips

  • A URL should be included according to rule 4.4-4.5 of the AGLC4.
  • Pinpoint references should only be included if relevant.