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Aviation Library Guide: News Resources

Finding Current Events and News Resources

News resources supplement business resources with up-to-date, factual information.

Information from news resources needs to be critically evaluated, as it can contain bias which invalidates its credibility. We recommend that you use the resources recommended by the library.

Recommend resources are listed below. You can also access news databases through the Library Subject Guides or Databases.

If you are unsure whether a news resource is credible, please contact us at:

businesslibrarian@mdx.ac.uk

Quality Newspapers

Financial Times

The Financial Times (FT.com) is a global news supplier for the business sector.

To access FT.com, you need to create your own account. Download the guide below to find out how to do this.

FT.com has in-depth information on companies, industries, countries, and current events.

It is a respected resource used widely in the academic and professional world. We recommend you use it in your assignments!

Above is a video on how to...

  • Search the FT.com for company and industry information, 
  • Save articles and searches to your account,
  • Find special FT reports.

Accessing The Times and Sunday Times through Factiva

The Times and Sunday Times news articles are accessible through the Factiva news database.

If you want to find news articles from these publications, you need to use the Search Builder. You can access this from the top menu bar on the Factiva homepage.

On the Search Builder page, expand the Source section. Type into the search bar in the Sources section  The Times or Sunday Times. Click on the suggestions that pop up to add to your filters.

Type your search keywords (e.g. Twitter or Social Media) into the Free Text Search Bar at the top of the page and click on search.