They light up the coastline and provide reassurance and comfort to those at sea.
With a CV that includes Trainspotting, Rab C Nesbitt, Sunshine On Leith and Katie Morag, Annie Louise Ross is no stranger to iconic Scottish dramas.
The Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail auction is set to join the millionaires’ club tonight as a week of auctions end with a final sale in Glasgow.
An artist who provided the creative spark for one of the stand-out stories of Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail was left “overwhelmed” when he watched his statue raise thousands of pounds for charity.
Tony Dinozzi had his heart set on being the new owner of The Amazing Oor Wullie statue when he arrived at Thainstone last night.
More than £300,000 has been raised for the Archie Foundation thanks to fans of Scotland's favourite schoolboy.
The Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail has enjoyed another fantastic night of auction action, raising a further £316,700 for children's hospital care.
The lots, start time and everything else you need to know about the Oor Wullie auction at Thainstone
Fifty Oor Wullie statues will go under the hammer this evening as the BIG Bucket Trail auctions continue.
Oor Wullie has been entertaining visitors across Scotland all summer-long.
Thousands of Oor Wullie fans of all ages filled Aberdeen’s Marischal College quad this weekend to say goodbye to dozens of statues before they go under the hammer for charity this week.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon waved farewell to a familiar figure yesterday as she officially launched the farewell weekend for Oor Wullie's Big Bucket Trail.
An army of Oor Wullie statues arrived at Marischal College this evening.
Oor County Wullie gets signed seal of approval as Ross County bid farewell to Scotland’s most loveable character
Members of the Ross County first-team squad have delivered their signed seal of approval as the final north based Oor Wullie gears up for departure to the final farewell event, which begins in Inverness and Aberdeen this Friday night.
All ten of the Oor Wullie statues placed around Inverness have been given a final pampering ahead of their farewell event to be hosted in the city's Falcon Square.
Football fans heading for today's Aberdeen game will be able to get one last glimpse of Oor Wullie in a unique setting.
A nine-year-old has toured Scotland to tick off all 200 Oor Wullie statues on the Big Bucket Trail.
Thousands of people are expected to visit Aberdeen next month to say a final farewell to Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail in Aberdeen.
Oor Wullie fans in the Highlands are being given one last opportunity to see the region’s sculptures before they go up for auction.
It’s 50 years ago this week since the death of the man who brought Oor Wullie and The Broons to life
He was the modest man who breathed life into such unforgettable characters as Oor Wullie, The Broons and Desperate Dan.
A statue inspired by a Dons legend has been named the most popular of the 200 Oor Wullie-inspired artworks which have brightened up Scotland this summer.
Four wee Oor Wullie statues will join their big brothers around Aberdeen to help raise even more cash for sick children across the north-east.
One of Scotland’s most beloved bobbies has joined the country-wide Oor Wullie's Big Bucket Trail – to make sure the world-famous cartoon character is behaving himself as he helps to raise cash for children's charities.
Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail has officially been launched with a number of the amazing sculptures put in place across the north and north-east of Scotland.
Residents and visitors to Inverness stopped to admire Scotland’s favourite son as statues of the legendary comic character were unveiled across the city.
Hundreds of people have already joined the hunt for dozens of Oor Wullie statues dotted around the north-east as part of a nationwide art trail.
Oor Wullie sculptures have now taken up residency at their Inverness homes, having been strategically placed at some of the most beautiful areas in the city.
Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail gets under way as young and old sneak first peeks in Aberdeen and Inverness
Statues of Scotland's favourite schoolboy were deposited on the streets of Aberdeen and Inverness in stealthy overnight operations at the weekend, ahead of the official launch of a new nationwide trail today.
He is one of Scotland's most iconic characters, known to comic-strip fans of all ages.
There may seem to be little connection between a mustachioed defender immortalised in the hearts of generations of Aberdeen supporters and a world-famous Scottish cartoon character best known for sitting on a bucket.
A Peterhead nursery group has decorated a special Oor Wullie for charity and plastered it with logos of the town's businesses.
An Aberdeen illustrator who has sold millions of colouring books across the world has joined a nationwide art project to raise cash for sick children.
Pupils at an Aberdeen school have been getting creative and raising funds, all in aid of The Archie Foundation.