Media

Rosie Bowie is often approached by the media for her thoughts on life, love, and dating in New Zealand. Her appearances include radio, television, and public speaking.
 

Radio

Newstalk ZB - Earthquake Dating in Christchurch, March 2012

In an interview with Newstalk ZB, Rosie discussed how the 2011 earthquakes have shaken up Canterbury's dating scene. Rosie Bowie says her business has seen an increase in Christchurch people seeking love matches over the past 18 months. As well as an increase of people looking for love Rosie says Christchurch people have changed their outlook as to who they will date. Rosie Bowie also believes her Christchurch clients are less shy and says it’s clear her clients are living for the moment more.
Listen to two short clips from this show: Clip 1 and Clip 2
 

Articles and Writing

Dominion Post, Saturday, December 3, 2011

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Kindly reproduced with the permission of the Dominion Post.
 

Dating Tips from The Capital's Matchmaker

Scoop, September 8, 2007
 

TVNZ Good Morning - "Single In The Summer"

A great article linked to her TVNZ Good Morning appearance about dating tips for the NZ summer.
 

Heart Rules - by Rosie Bowie and Linda George

 

"All of us are looking for the same thing - something to love, who loves us in return, to share the future and grow old with. If you're looking for love where do you start?" This guide to love and dating received a New Zealand Author's Society Award for Merit in 2006, more details here!
 
 
 
 
 
 

"After 31 years of marriage... she doesn’t live on Planet Mills & Boon. She’s realistic, but still optimistic that with
good communication and a huge sense of humour, couples can make a go of things." -

The Dominion Post, Saturday, December 3, 2011

 
 
 
 
 
 
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