Shadbolt a father again at 65
Sun, 17 Jun 2012 1:01p.m.
Invercargill mayor Tim Shadbolt is a father again at the age of 65.
He became a father for a fourth time when his partner of 19 years gave birth to a baby boy 10 days ago, the Herald on Sunday reported.
In April, Mr Shadbolt broke the Guinness World Record for the longest television interview, with a time of 26 hours and four seconds.
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17/06/2012 11:18:56 p.m.
Kevin M wrote:
There's something in the tea....down south,no one really knows what but it works.
17/06/2012 5:53:29 p.m.
Nik I disagree with you, people should be able to have children when they feel the time is right. I guess you would also believe a 16 yr is too young. Who are you to say what age someone needs to be to have a child. This child will be loved unconditionally and thats all that matters. Congratulations Tim and Family
17/06/2012 3:18:10 p.m.
Paul Whitehead wrote:
Congratulations Tim and family. You little beauty!
17/06/2012 2:57:23 p.m.
I think it's totally unfair to the child... becoming a father at 65... to start with other children will most definitely tease the child for having such an old father, and more importantly... the child is probably going to lose their father in their teens... and likely have to watch the onset of dimeninsia and soforth at a young age. For shame.
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