Louise is one of those cool young women. She is a successful and cultured year-old lawyer. She loves cycling, travelling and visiting art galleries. And enjoys internet dating. This week police warned single women to take care with dating websites after two women complained they had been sexually attacked by a man with the cyber name “Houndman”. They had both met him through a dating website and gone to his rural home outside Huntly on separate occasions. He will reappear in Huntly District Court next month on rape and sexual violation charges.
The quirky newspaper ad placed by a Kiwi bloke looking to find his Wings Over Wairarapa companion
Men looking for their purrfect mate online may be putting themselves at a disadvantage if they pose with their pussy in their profile photos. A new study from Colorado State University found that women are less likely to swipe right if men are seen posing with a cat. Researchers showed hundreds of women photos of two men, both with and without a feline friend. The results show just what a cat-astrophic move it can be to include your pet in the photo.
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My first date back out there after 14 years had a noticeable limp, drooled when he talked and knocked a glass of red wine over my white shirt before leaving me to search for a napkin to mop up the mess. I could have left that pub in tears of despair about the dire pool of middle-aged men out there but instead I called my sister, told her what happened and had to pull the car over on the way home because I was crying so much with laughter. Don’t stress about your picture Millennials take selfies as easily as we pour ourselves a cup of tea.
Angle, smile, pose, filter: done. I spent an entire day in my back garden trying to craft the best picture for a dating profile – whether it should be close-up, long-length, with background, sunglasses on or off and so on and so on – until I realised how stupid I was being and did a quick, “eeny meeny miney mo” and put one up. Like it or swipe left.
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Caitlin put her good old fashion detective skills to test, with the help of her colleagues, when her Tinder date decided to one day pack his bags for a “quick” trip to London. During their short-lived romance, Caitlin’s date had sent her X-rated snaps which she ended up using to expose his true identity. He was absolutely amazing and well mannered.
He told me he had a farm and a gold retriever named Bear,” the Sydney woman said. She described him as the “total package” but Caitlin would soon learn, it couldn’t be further from the truth. In news.
Will you meet me in an hour for no-strings-attached sex? I’ve just hit “send”, and my bold message is now on its way to Chris, a year-old guy whose profile says he’s a tradie, looking to meet someone adventurous. I’ve been swiping right for the last three hours, in the interest of carrying out a little social experiment.
The objective is simple: proposition a hundred men for sex, and tally up their responses.
Online dating is now widely accepted as a valid, convenient & fun way of meeting like-minded people. New Zealanders using have found meeting.
Kiwi singles may be in what appears to be a Government imposed celibacy lockdown, but a lack of physical outings hasn’t taken dating off the cards. Are Kiwis taking advantage of their spare time to swipe and will this trend continue in a post-Covid era? Katie Harris reports. Online dating has been around since before Ross met Rachel, but amid the global coronavirus pandemic, popular dating apps like Bumble and Tinder are seeing a huge spike in activity.
Kiwi dating site FindSomeone, which is owned by Trade Me, has seen a 54 per cent jump in the number of messages members have been sending each other during lockdown compared to the two weeks prior. Tinder user Craig Westenberg said the online dating scene was one silver lining to the lockdown.
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Travel photos are a staple of dating profiles: What better way to demonstrate a sense of adventure, cultured outlook and joie de vivre? Dating sites often suggest that travel photos are an ideal way for users to showcase their interests and appeal to potential matches. OkCupid says the topic is a hot one, with nearly 10 million travel mentions on dating profiles in the past two years.
And the dating app Hinge said in a report that even though just 3.
New study shows men with cats in their profile picture struggle with online dating. 23 Jun, am. 2 minutes to read. Would you date this man? Photo /.
If you’re anything like me lately, you’ll find you have become a little “meh” when it comes to dating apps. They’ve lost their spark and the same lowly creatures myself included will keep popping up on your app. Just the other day I matched with a bloke who told me we went on a date about two years ago. Oh for shame, I couldn’t even remember. You will come across the same ol’ faces and think, “Geez, they’re still looking?
Why haven’t they partnered up yet? Hang on a sec, why haven’t I?? Now having been around the traps a few times, I can tell you that most people on the dating apps, i. Here are just some of the ones I have collated from my own experience …. He’s not. He knows he can’t get away with being 6ft but he also knows many of you won’t swipe right if he admits he’s 5ft 8.
Shame on all of us! Again, he’s not.
New Zealand Herald print and online readership on the rise
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The New Zealand Herald’s readership – in print and online – continues to rise, with This has led to a 25% increase in audiences overall, year to date.
It has the largest newspaper circulation of all newspapers in New Zealand, peaking at over , copies in , although circulation of the daily Herald had declined to , copies on average by December Wilson had been a partner with John Williamson in the New Zealander , but left to start a rival daily newspaper as he saw a business opportunity with Auckland’s rapidly growing population. After the New Zealander closed in The Daily Southern Cross provided competition, particularly after Julius Vogel took a majority shareholding in In the United Press Association was formed so that the main daily papers could share news stories.
The organisation became the New Zealand Press Association in On 10 September , the Herald moved to a compact format for weekday editions, after years publishing in broadsheet format. The broadsheet format was retained for the Saturday edition. In November , two months after the launch of its new compact format, APN News and Media announced it would be restructuring its workforce, cutting eight senior roles from across the Herald’ s range of titles.
The Herald is traditionally a centre-right newspaper, and was given the nickname “Granny Herald” into the s. The Herald ‘s stance on the Middle East is supportive of Israel, as seen most clearly in its censorship and dismissal of cartoonist Malcolm Evans following his submission of cartoons critical of Israel. In , an editorial strongly disapproved of some legislation introduced by the Labour-led government , the Electoral Finance Act , to the point of overtly campaigning against the legislation.
In July , the New Zealand Press Council ruled that Herald columnist Rachel Glucina had failed to properly represent herself as a journalist when seeking comment from Amanda Bailey on a complaint she had made about Prime Minister John Key repeatedly pulling her hair when he was a customer at the cafe in which she worked. The Herald published Bailey’s name, photo, and comments after she had retracted permission for Glucina to do so.