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Newspaper article with an author

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Noone (2010 p. 29) observed that there was ‘a sophisticated response to Ireland’s overly centralised planning process’.

Noone, M. (2010) Renewable energy plan halted, The Irish Times, July 10, p.29.

Author(s) name, initial(s). (year of publication) Title of article, Section [if relevant], Title of Newspaper, date, page number(s).

Newspaper article without an author

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In The Irish Times (25 February 2009 p. 30) It was reported that ‘Europe’s shares fell for the seventh consecutive session as the continent’s exchanges tracked losses on Wall Street and in Asia‘.

The Irish Times (2009) Renewable energy firms buck negative trend, February 25, p. 30.

Title of Newspaper (year of publication) Title of article, Section [if relevant], date, page number(s).

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