Australian officials could do nothing to stop an Australian couple from abandoning their baby son, born through surrogacy in India, after they decided they did not want to bring him to Australia.
Surrogate mums don't appear to suffer lasting mental health difficulties as a result of giving away the babies they delivered.
It's been two years since she lost her own baby boy, but despite her grief, Lauren Fisher has given another couple the ultimate gift of a child.
The West Australian couple who allegedly abandoned their surrogate baby Gammy in Thailand will retain custody of his twin sister Pipah under strict conditions.
International surrogacy is in the spotlight again after reports a baby boy was left in India while his Australian parents returned home with his twin sister.
I know that once the baby is born, I will focus on the gift I have given, and watch the parents with their new child. I can't wait for that day.
The charity overseeing the donations made to baby Gammy has confirmed that the donated funds will go wholly towards the baby's medical expenses, not to his mother.
Up to 150 Australian couples caught up in Thailand's surrogacy crackdown will have to obtain special permission from court to take their babies home.
David and Wendy Farnell have spoken to 60 Minutes about bringing baby Pipah back to Australia and leaving her twin, Gammy, with his surrogate mother.
Thai medical authorities have threatened to take legal action against baby Gammy's surrogate mother.
The Australian biological parents of baby Gammy have spoken about their experiences with his Thai surrogate mother and the agency which made the arrangements, saying that the media has been misled.