MATT da SILVA

Journalism portfolio

 

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Anthill magazine was launched in 2003 to cater for demand for entertaining business news.

March 2010

Hacks and geeks ponder media's 'Humpty Dumpty' moment at Media 2010

How is the media handling the digital ecosphere? Matthew da Silva discussed the view from the wall with key players in attendance at last month's Media 2010 conference.

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Good Fruit and Vegetables is a publication of Rural Press, Australia's largest publisher of regional and agricultural news and information.

September 2011

Cherry growing a life's work

Cherry grower John Richens was awarded life membership to Cherry Growers Australia at the recent National Cherry Conference in Adelaide.

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Good Fruit and Vegetables is a publication of Rural Press, Australia's largest publisher of regional and agricultural news and information.

June 2011

Serving up new insights

Over three days from May 18-21, the eighth Australian Mango Conference schedule took delegates from the city meeting room to the paddock, with discussions on the industry's future, fruit marketing, pest control and new developments in technology.

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Anthill magazine was launched in 2003 to cater for demand for entertaining business news.

February 2010

Silex Systems buys collapsed Solar Systems' assets, raising solar energy hopes

Plans by Silex Systems Limited to buy the assets of Solar Systems, the Melbourne-based solar energy company that was placed into administration last September, injects life into a cherished plan, but uncertainty persists.

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G Magazine, Australia's #1 consumer sustainability title, operates G Online.

May 2010

A salty problem for urban houses

The Murray-Darling River Basin has had its fair share of salinity problems, but it seems that salty issues are affecting homes as well. Houses in city areas are at risk of something called 'urban salinity', a salty problem that could, like a cancer, spread through the foundations of homes.

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