A Dundee grandmother who almost died after being attacked by murderer Robbie McIntosh has been told it could be another seven months before a report into the case is published.
A book of poems inspired by the city’s oldest cultural landmark has been published.
Scotland’s justice secretary has pledged to hold talks with a Dundee woman who was brutally battered by a convicted murderer on day release from jail.
Donations from as far afield as the United States have flooded in to help rebuild a Dundonian man’s allotment after it was destroyed by fire.
A Dundee University student is to attempt to cycle the height of Everest on Dundee Law for charity.
Dundee’s firefighters were called to a spate of incidents on Bonfire Night.
A Dundee amputee footballer has smashed his target for a cause close to his heart after completing a five-mile sponsored walk.
TODAY: Ex Dundee United star Michael O’Neill in city to back appeal for amputee footballers’ charity
Northern Ireland manager and former Dundee United player Michael O’Neill hopes people will show their support for an amputee player’s charity endeavours in Dundee this weekend.
Attempted murder victim Linda McDonald has described Law killer Robbie McIntosh as “pure evil”.
At 572 feet above sea level, it is the iconic natural landmark that dominates the Dundee skyline.
A man has appeared at court in Dundee accused of lewd, indecent and libidinous practices towards a young child and unlawful sex with an underage girl.
Sculptors Andrew Anderson and William Matthews brought the Law war memorial up to date following the Second World War. The pair are seen on the west face in 1950, cutting an inscription to the fallen.
Stagecoach has been forced to apologise for the second time in a week after a bus route blunder left passengers “stranded”.
The sister of Anne Nicoll, the first victim of convicted murderer Robbie McIntosh, has revealed she objected to him being granted day release more than two years ago.
A book written by a young woman who took her own life on Dundee Law has been published posthumously.
Scottish Prison Service says ‘home leave is an important part of reintegration’ in statement on Dundee killer McIntosh
The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) has confirmed that a critical incident review will be carried out following the latest conviction of Dundee Law killer Robbie McIntosh.
Heather Sharpe had a feeling about Robbie McIntosh — a feeling that the “cold, calculating” killer would strike again when he walked out of the prison gates.
A man found dead at Dundee Law by a dog walker is believed to have been in his forties.
The body of a man has been found on the Dundee Law.
A talk on the history of the Dundee Law will be held later this month.