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You always keep one eye open because you never know when somebody is going to cross your path."Oudshoorn says he is now expected – by family, friends and society – to 'settle down'."There is a big pressure that 'ok, you've got the job and you're secure now, why can't you settle down'?

"Many of his peers were either in long term relationships, or married."From 24 onwards, the people start to drop-off and there are less people in your own age group."GOING ONLINE FOR LOVEIn the hope of finding love, Christchurch men are not averse to seeking out their online options.

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But it seems love is not exactly blossoming for all in the city.

Jonny Toogood, 28, moved over from Cornwall, England, three months ago.

The window-cleaner and abseiler rents a home in Sumner, which is "really coupley", and is finding the dating scene "hard" in the city."I do struggle to find places to go out.

It's hard to find a centre part."About 30 per cent of residents in Sumner are single, which is amongst the lowest proportions across the city but not as low as Banks Peninsula (22.5 per cent), Westmorland (23.5 per cent) or Mt Pleasant (23.7 per cent).

Toogood was living on a sail boat with his girlfriend in the UK when they separated.

Two hours later, Toogood got a phone-call from a friend in Christchurch, who told him he needed to "get out here" because he had work for him. He has two years on his visa, and hopes to "maybe stay longer"."I've got to find a Kiwi girl," he says.

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