Singles

Looking for love

Pheromone parties promote lust, not love, to smelly singles

Jenna Clarke Sex, not true love, is what you’ll get should you RSVP ‘yes’ to a Pheromone Party, according to a scent expert.

Numbers game

Singles find their niche in search for love

Dating

Daisy Dumas The man in the top hat and tails hands me a small ticket. ''It's free until these run out,'' he says with a flourish and an accent that should, inexplicably, be cockney.

Bettina Arndt

Holiday season a sad time for many singles

heartbreak

Bettina Arndt It's not always much fun being single in the holiday season. It can be lonely.

Hey, babe, it's just you and me: more singles choose to go it alone

Sarah Whyte DI MORGAN considered herself ''a catch'' at the age of 30. She was at the top of her marketing career, was dating a nice man and was ready to have children.

Study

Too many fish in sea of love leave singles without a catch

Woman in lingerie sititng on the bar at Ivy surrounded by men in suits.

Study finds the more relationship options you have the more likely you are to end up alone.

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Most wanted

Most wanted

Good Weekend. Online Dating Story. Photo of Kim Russell. Thursday 5th June 2014. Photograph by James Brickwood. SMH GOOD WEEKEND 140605

Peter Munro Who are Australia's most popular online daters? Peter Munro meets the men and women with the greatest click factor.

CityKat

Does birth order influence love and sex success?

Katherine Feeney New research indicates those born first stand a better chance of landing a loving, long-term relationship than their siblings. Only children were also less lucky in love.

CityKat

Does birth order influence relationship success?

Siblings

Katherine Feeney Survey suggests those born first stand a better chance of landing a loving, long-term relationship than their siblings.

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World's biggest blind date

Still single in a sea of worthy women and charmless men

Happy couple, love, romance, sex, dating, laughing.

MJ Angel On Friday, February 21, dating site www.cityswoon.com hosted 700 hopeful singles, flocking to Sydney’s iconic Opera House in an attempt to walk away with a Guinness World Record and more ...

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CityKat

Why are single men so scared of love?

man and heartbreak

Katherine Feeney When it comes to finding someone to love, why are we hiding behind our machines? And is this cowardly, or clever? Have we evolved, or devolved, socially speaking?

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CityKat

Is football ruining your relationship?

couple of american supporter at the stadium embracing

Katherine Feeney Sometimes the very things that bring us together, tear us apart, writes Katherine Feeney.

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How loom bands became a schoolyard craze

Loom bands, which can be constructed in an almost endless series of colours and patterns, have been embraced by both girls and boys.

Craig Mathieson The simplest way to determine if someone has a student attending primary school in their life is to mention two words: loom bands.

Dating sites gear up for Christmas rush

Private eyes running checks on online lovers

Caroline Schelle Dating websites expect to double their registrations between Christmas and the new year as lonely hearts sign up looking for a soul mate for 2014.

Opposites attract, or do they?

relationship

MJ Angel According to a new study, similarity is actually the key to a long-lasting relationship.

Love bytes

Love bytes: The danger of online dating scams

Alexandra Bathman It was a miserable and rainy night in Perth. But for Arriadne, this particular night was just as miserable and lonely as the one before.

Virtually yours

Players aplenty in dating game

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Joanne Brookfield Matchmaking has become a big business.

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Avoid disaster

Survival tips for new couples on Valentine's Day

Rachel Clun Ah, Valentine's Day. A fairly awkward holiday for singles, it can be a doubly awkward day for new, budding romances.

New dating app

Carrot Dating redefines desperate and dateless

gift

Clem Bastow The premise of this new dating app is simple: convince people to go on dates with you by offering them a material gift in return.

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The lost art of asking someone out

romance

MJ Angel Have we turned into a bunch of cowards when it comes to approaching members of the opposite sex?

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Boomerang kids: are babyboomers stuck with babygloomers?

key

Julie Power Welcome to the "Hotel Di Carlo" in Sydney's north west where all the food and accommodation is provided free of charge to a very small and select family group.

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