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The Sunday Telegraph highlights how Vital Partners Cupid bow struck love when all else had failed. They interview happy clients Peter Stone and Maree Hamilton! At one point "Choking back tears, he adds: 'She’s my best friend, which is unreal. I’d forgotten what being in love properly was... I always thought I could live on my own...but there was always that little part missing. It’s great Maree has stuck by me.'" 

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The Sunday Telegraph shares the story of two 80+ year old Vital clients who found their happily ever after, proving that it's never too late to find that companion you've been searching for.

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The Sunday Telegraph reports Vital Partners to be at the forefront of dating in the 21st century with a successful track record to show for it. Singles no longer have to go on "awkward blind dates set up by your best mates" when you "can be left in the capable hands" of Vital Partners " who have taken the concept of matchmaking to a whole new level."

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The Sunday Telegraph tells the love story of Darien and Darren, who now have a newborn daughter and happy home in the northern beaches. Before joining Vital Partners Darien's "intentions were there [but] soon realised that finding a partner, when her life revolved around work, wasn’t going to be easy.". Partner, Darren Cox adds, ‘‘It turned out to be an amazing journey, who would have thought back then that I’d end up getting married and having a baby. The way everything has panned out has been a blessing.’’ 

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Hey Boomers featured five reasons "why men & women from 18 to 80 have voted Vital Partners number one in Australia", calling us "a safe and sophisticated way of meeting like minded people with a view to a deep and lasting relationship."

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The Sunday Telegraph praises Vital Partners for proving its possible for romance to champion distance when you have professional matchmakers setting you up. Journalist, Oryana Angel, interviews Ed and Anna who found love with Vital Partners. The couple talk about their "blossoming romance, a wedding and soon, a baby". 

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Melanie and Rod met through Vital Partners and dish out the details of their engagement and wedding to The Sunday Telegraph. Following their wedding, the couple are raising a beautiful daughter together and expecting a second child. 

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Client, Stuart Murray, praises Vital Partners for introducing him to his life partner. The Sunday Telegraph tells the story of a fairy-tale like romance leading to a wedding on Sunset Beach in Hawaii. Stuart, who despite having "no trouble meeting girls through work" struggled "meeting girls who were compatible and had similar interests,”. He reminisces on his first time meeting Karen; “Here was a girl who knew who she was, knew how to communicate who she was to me and knew where she was going. It was a new feeling for me.” Vital Partners brought together yet another happy couple. 

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After reaching their mid thirties, Shirley and Mark had "had several failed relationships". Before joining Vital Partners, Mark felt as though "Finding someone to spend the rest of my life with seemed impossible’. After finding out about his affair he threw himself into a whirlwind of one night stands and nightclub flings. Shirley was his second introduction! They now share a beautiful home in East Sydney with their twins, Isabella and Kate. Sitting back looking at her family Shirley adds, ‘Vital might not be for everyone, but if you’re serious about finding a life partner it’s definitely worth a try’. The couple share their road bumps on the path of finding a partner with The National Breast Cancer Foundation to show that nothing can ever limit you from finding love. 

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