Is online cheating the new online dating? Stephanie Azzopardi investigates AshleyMadison.com.
As one of Melbourne’s dominating subcultures, is it surprising that hipsters are often stereotyped in such a negative way? Short doc by Bridget Rollason, Tahlia McPherson, Tim Arendshorst and Stephanie Azzopardi.
Are mainstream women’s magazines inciting self-hate? Stephanie Azzopardi talks to Jess Barlow, a 21-year-old out to change our media diet.
With print media still on the steady decline, fashion lovers are turning to blogs to get their daily dose of style, writes Stephanie Azzopardi.
Social media does not have to mean the death of our careers, writes Stephanie Azzopardi.
Stephanie Azzopardi investigates the It Gets Better Project – a revolutionary message of hope.
Stephanie Azzopardi investigates how Melbourne is sharing its caffeine habit, paying a little extra to help the less fortunate.
Are acronyms and abbreviations obliterating the English language? Stephanie Azzopardi finds out.
What does it take to put the L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival together? Stephanie Azzopardi found out.
What happens when you get 800 young activists together to combat global poverty? Stephanie Azzopardi went to find out.
It’s time to welcome yet another editorial team here at upstart. Why not greet them by sending us an article?
When reporting on grief and tragedy, journalist need to be delicate and respectful, explains Stephanie Azzopardi.