The Government and the Army have been accused of covering up the killing of children in Afghanistan and Iraq.
A well-known Dundee shop owner and Black Watch veteran who blazed a trail in the marathon at the 1970 Commonwealth Games has died following illness, aged 74.
Nothing, before or since, has been such a hammer blow to Dundee as the Battle of Loos.
The Angus branch of The Black Watch Association carried out the annual rededication of its standard at Brechin Cathedral.
A group of motorcycling freemasons paid their respects to the armed forces during a wreath-laying ceremony at Dundee’s Black Watch memorial.
“Life’s still sweet!” So says Daisy Robertson, an indomitable Dundee lady who has just celebrated her 102nd birthday.
‘The Black Watch were my dad’s family’; the daughter raising awareness of the cancer that took her Dundee father
From being in the Black Watch to fixing petrol pumps, Linda Campbell has fond memories of her father John Campbell, who died last year.
A remarkable tie between The Black Watch and the White House has come to an end with the death of the last surviving regimental piper to have played in the 1963 funeral procession of former president John F Kennedy.
A cruise ship carrying 600 passengers docked at Dundee.