In Depth

Baby left on stranger's porch in Eaglehawk on Christmas Day in 1968 is now hoping to find biological father

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By Nicole Ferrie
Updated April 12 2019 - 5:47am, first published March 29 2019 - 5:00am
Baby left on porch seeks answers, 50 years on

This was a Christmas present we had not expected, but as you can imagine this baby, of good appearance, has become quite a favourite with the staff - notes taken at Bendigo and Northern District Base Hospital, dated 19/2/1969

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Nicole Ferrie is editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. Nicole was employed as a cadet journalist with the Bendigo Advertiser in 1994 - and has since worked in media across various mediums in different locations. Nicole is a multi-award winning journalist, whose work is often acknowledged for helping change community attitudes - in particular around gender inequality, and raising awareness of violence against women and children. Her commendations include an Our Watch Walkley Foundation award and the Victoria Law Foundation Columb Brennan Award for excellence in court reporting. Nicole was named a 2017 Fairfax Media woman of influence and under her leadership the Bendigo Advertiser was named the 2017 Rural Press club of Victoria media outlet of the year.

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