The Law is the highest point in Dundee and is hard to miss as you drive across the Tay Bridge towards the city.
At 572 feet above sea level, it is the iconic natural landmark that dominates the Dundee skyline.
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.
The Law, 'circles' and the humble peh. Three things that are so Dundonian a street artist just had to cram them into his mural.
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 talk on the history of the Dundee Law will be held later this month.
A Dundee band are gearing up for a final farewell after 20 years together.
Dundee Museum of Transport is inviting the public to join a free trial of its Cultural Heritage Tours.