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.
An artist has spoken of the inspiration behind her masterpiece as thousands of Oor Wullie fans go in search of the statue she created.
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.
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.
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.
VisitScotland has sponsored an iconic statue for Inverness as part of the Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail.
A Peterhead nursery group has decorated a special Oor Wullie for charity and plastered it with logos of the town's businesses.
Oor Wullie fans across the Highlands are being called upon to help made a charity trail a resounding success.
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.
An artist gave shoppers a live demonstration of her work yesterday as she began designing a sculpture for a charity trail.
A campaign designed to raise buckets of cash has invited donors to leave their mark on a special sculpture of Scotland’s most iconic comic strip character.
Designs based on famous faces, paintings, nature and pastimes have been picked to line Scotland’s streets for the country’s largest ever public art trail.
The first wave of Oor Wullie statues preparing to take Scotland by storm have rolled off the production line.
It was an occasion worthy of being on anybody's bucket list.
The first notable charity trail was the Wild Dolphins initiative in 2014.
Oor Wullie is aff on a braw adventure across Scotland to show he’s a’body’s Wullie.
Stories about one of the most popular Scottish characters of all time have now been translated into Gaelic.
One of Scotland's most prolific and popular artists, John Lowrie Morrison, who is better known as Jolomo, is embarking on an art project with a playful twist.
Scotland’s best-loved family, The Broons, and the nation’s favourite son, Oor Wullie, have reached the ripe old age of 80, and their popularity shows no sign of slowing down.
An eight-year-old Aberdeen boy celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as his favourite fictional character, Oor Wullie.
Scotland's best-loved comic strip family will be brought from the page to the stage by members of a north-east theatre group.
Rare copies of Oor Wullie and The Broons annuals have been sold at an auction for more than £8,000.
A rare annual featuring one of Scotland's most famous comic strips characters is expected to raise thousands of pounds when it goes up for auction next month.
Two teenagers have been charged in connection with the theft of more than 30 garden gnomes.