D. J. Cameron
Born in Dunedin, Cameron was educated at Christian Brothers' High School, Dunedin (1946), St Peter's College, Auckland (1946–47), St Patrick's School, Timaru and St. Kevin's College, Oamaru (1948–49).
He was sports reporter on the New Zealand Herald (1950-1998). He wrote several books on sport  "'D J Cameron' was the familiar by-line on sports stories that appeared in the New Zealand Herald over the period over 40 years that he was employed on that newspaper.
- Caribbean Crusade (1972)
- All Blacks: Retreat From Glory (1980)
- Barbed Wire Boks (1981)
- Rugby Triumphant (1981)
- On the Lions' Trail (1983)
- Someone had to do it (1998)
- "Cameron, Donald John, New Zealand Who's Who Aotearoa 2001, p. 198.
- Geoff Longley, "D J Cameron offers his opinion" The Press, 14 Nov 1998; sup.p.2.
- D J Cameron, Someone had to Do it, Harper Sports, Auckland, 1998.
- Burnes, Campbell (8 September 2016). "Tributes flow for great sports journalist DJ Cameron". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 8 September 2016.
- Cameron, Don (Donald John). "Caribbean crusade; the New Zealand cricketers in the West Indies 1972, by D. J. Cameron". Hodder and Stoughton – via National Library of Australia.
- "All Blacks: Retreat from Glory". Hodder and Stoughton. 1 January 1980 – via Google Books.
- Cameron, Donald John (1 January 1981). "Barbed wire Boks". Rugby Press – via Google Books.
- Cameron, Donald John (1 January 1981). "Rugby Triumphant: The All Blacks in Australia and Wales". Hodder and Stoughton – via Google Books.
- Cameron, Donald John (1 January 1983). "On the Lions' Trail". Rugby Press – via Google Books.
- National Library catalogue search for D J Cameron (Retrieved 24 January 2013).