The most popular names for babies born in the north and north-east this year have been revealed.
Topping the list in Aberdeen for boys were Daniel, Oliver and James, with Isla, Olivia and Emily leading the table for girls.
The National Records of Scotland figures show the Aberdeenshire favourites were Jack, Noah and Logan and Isla, Emily and Jessica.
Parents in the Highlands favoured Jack followed by Oliver and James, while Isla came out top for girls, followed by Emily and Amelia.
In Moray, James, Lucas and Adam topped the list for boys and Ellie, Charlotte and Grace for girls.
Alfie and James topped the list for boys in Orkney and Ola for girls.
In Shetland, James and Lewis were the two most popular boys’ names and Ella, Emily and Leah the favourites fgirls.
Calum, Andrew and Angus and Beth and Eilidh topped the list in the Western Isles.
Jack and Emily were the most popular baby names across Scotland in 2014.
Jack was the top name for boys for a seventh consecutive year, followed by James then Lewis.
Also in the top 10 for boys were Oliver, Logan, Daniel, Noah, Charlie, Lucas and Alexander.
Sophie was the second most popular girls’ name, after being top for the previous nine years, while Olivia dropped from second to third place.
Other top girls’ names were Isla, Jessica, Ava, Amelia, Lucy, Lily, Ella and Sophia.
Harry and Millie both dropped out of the top 10 rankings.
Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop said: “It’s such a big decision choosing a name for a new baby and it’s always interesting to see the names proud parents all over Scotland have picked for their wee ones.
“There were 540 Jacks registered in Scotland in the first 11 months of this year and 539 babies called Emily.
“There were almost 27,000 boys and 26,000 girls registered in the first 11 months of 2014, but parents chose over 7,400 different first names for their children, and around 4,800 of these were unique.”