New babies arrive for Scotland's New Year

Colleen Oglivie Scotland's first baby of 2014 is thought to have been Martin Oglivie, pictured with mum Colleen

One of Scotland's first babies of 2014 arrived at one minute past midnight in St Johns Hospital, Livingston.

Martin Ogilvie weighed 4lb 7oz when he was born. His parents, Colleen and Edward Ogilvie, are from nearby Winchburgh, West Lothian.

Elsewhere, Alison Crawley had a baby girl at 00:21 in the Princess Royal maternity hospital, Glasgow.

Other early arrivals included a birth at 00:02 in Glasgow's Southern General, and births in Inverness and Edinburgh.

The first arrival in the Scottish capital was Olivia Chisholm, born to Felicity Chisholm at 04:42 in the city's Royal Infirmary.

The first baby at Forth Valley Royal Hospital was a boy, who has not yet been named, who was born at 00:19 to parents Sandra and Christopher Stewart from Redding, near Falkirk.

At Crosshouse Hospital, Ayrshire, Jacqueline Campbell, from Ayr, gave birth to 8lb 10oz daughter, Olivia, at 01:29.

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