On the front page of the New York Times, there’s a front page photo of a sugar baby, a woman who is apparently pregnant.

A little further down, in the front of the Times’ website, there is a photo of the same woman.

The front page is a picture of a baby, with a message: “We don’t know what you’re looking for, but we think you’re in luck.

If you want to watch your baby while it grows up, the BabyCentre can help.”

This is not the first time the New Zealand Times has been targeted by a sugar-baby site.

Back in December 2016, an article from the Times described a website as a “sugar baby site” that was being hosted on a “secret” website that was hosting a “very high percentage of babies in New Zealand”.

It said: “It’s a site that is hosting babies for people to have sex with, and it’s an operation that involves taking photos of babies.”

The article was shared more than 5,000 times on Facebook.

In October 2018, a website was identified as a sugar daddy website and it was removed by the New South Wales Government.

That same month, a similar site was also identified as an operation being run by a “babies porn producer”.

At the time, the website said: The site is called BabyCentres and it has over 1 million registered users, and many of those users are in desperate need of assistance.

This site is hosting a baby for a sex act.

At least one parent who had access to the website and the child’s birth certificate said the site was hosting “a very high percentage” of babies, which included babies from overseas.

When contacted by the Times, a spokesperson for the New Zealander Government said it was not the case that there was a website called Baby Centres that was “hosting babies for a child porn operation”.

The spokesperson said the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) had been contacted by a number of parents concerned about BabyCenters website.

“DHSS has been working closely with the Newzoo and New Zealand Sugar Babies Trust to investigate this matter,” the spokesperson said.

Newzoo was not available for comment.