Answered By: Lydia Dawe Last Updated: Oct 02, 2020 Views: 6
When you find a newspaper article that is available only via subscription or paywall (often these are library databases), provide the title of the newspaper and any volume, issue, and/or page numbers that are available for the article. Do not include any database information or links in the reference.
However, if the newspaper article was found in a database that is available free to the public (e.g. Trove), provide the direct link to the article
Newspaper - from a subscription database
Taylor (2017) OR (Taylor, 2017)
Taylor, P. (2017, December 15). Secret quokka colony joins mainland ratrace. The Australian, 3.
Newspaper - from a database that is free to the public
Saunders (1998) OR (Saunders, 1998)
Saunders, G. (1998, September 29). Doings of Chudleigh and Mole Creek. Western Tiers, 16. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article213557518