Birth


Well done!

Shannon Roberts | 30 November 2012

Having just had a baby in New Zealand, I think that welcoming new people to the world (when they are a wanted baby that is) is something that New Zealand does pretty well.


Beckham birth ‘bad example’ or ‘good news’?

Shannon Buckley | 15 August 2011
The recent birth of David and Victoria Beckham’s baby daughter, Harper Seven, is good news according to Dr. Dermot Grenham, a population expert who holds a doctorate in mathematics from the University of Oxford and a specialist masters degree in population and development from the London School of Economics
 
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