Mini models of Scottish cartoon icon Oor Wullie have started popping up in gardens around the north-east as part of a new campaign for a local children’s charity.
The boss of an Aberdeen taxi firm helped keep care home residents’ spirits up with a giant order of 50 fish suppers.
Jings, Crivvens, Help Ma Boab! Scotland’s cheekiest spiky-haired scamp is coming to His Majesty’s Theatre in March!
An Aberdeen fish and chip shop has welcomed two permanent residents following a charity auction.
A treasured statue celebrating a Dons legend is staying in Aberdeen for good – thanks to a generous hotel owner.
The new owner of one of Aberdeen’s colourful Oor Wullie sculptures has spoken of his delight after buying it at auction.
The final Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail auction is about to kick off.
The latest Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail auction is about to kick off.
A packed crowd helped raise hundreds of thousands of pounds to help sick children in the north-east as the Oor Wullie statues were auctioned off.
Here’s what each Oor Wullie statue sold for at Thainstone last night – combined they raised an incredible £316,700
The Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Train auctions continue tonight with the Aberdeen and Inverness statues set to go under the hammer.
Tonight the north-east's Oor Wullie statues will go under the hammer to raise funds for charity.
There was bucketloads of fun as the auction of the Oor Wullie statues got off to a flying start.
The first Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail auction is about to kick off.
Thousands of people turned up to say farewell to the popular north-east Oor Wullie statues over the weekend.
Families have flocked to say goodbye to the north-east’s Oor Wullie statues.
Dozens of people were queuing up today for their final chance to see Oor Wullie sculptures at the launch of the farewell weekend.
Prospective buyers for the north-east’s artistic Oor Wullie sculptures have been treated to a sneak preview.
With the Oor Wullie auction in the pipeline, one statue has headed for a day out at Offshore Europe.
Aberdeen’s most popular Oor Wullie sculpture has been transferred to Pittodrie to go head-to-head with another statue.
Aberdeen's most popular Oor Wullie sculpture has been transferred to Pittodrie.
Around 200,000 people have visited sculptures of Scotland’s favourite comic son in the north-east.
Fans of one of Scotland’s favourite comic characters are being urged to sign up to be part of a special farewell event.
An artist who designed one of the most recognisable sculptures of Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail will show more of her work in Aberdeen next weekend.
We are celebrating our first anniversary of the opening of The Journals Shop and would like you to celebrate along with us. Are you good at Oor Wullie trivia? For your chance to win a paint your own Oor Wullie figurine can you answer the following question?
We are celebrating our first anniversary of the opening of The Journals Shop and would like you to celebrate along with us. Are you a Broons fan? For your chance to win a tin of Broons shortbread and an Aberdeen glass can you answer the following question?
We are celebrating our first anniversary of the opening of The Journals Shop and would like you to celebrate along with us. How well do you know Oor Wullie? For your chance to win an Oor Wullie bag and a Bucket O’Fudge, answer the following question?
A north-east charity is giving hundreds of people the chance to form part of the legacy of a nationwide fundraising art trail.
Users have racked up an incredible 13,000,000 steps, equating to 24,000 miles, with the average person walking 11 miles while doing the trail.
Sport Aberdeen staff will volunteer at the Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail store as part of a new partnership.