A pair of women linked to Dundee will be the first commemorated in the Hall of Heroes at the National Wallace Monument this week.
Two missionaries from Africa have come to Dundee to learn about the origins of Mary Slessor, who carried out a lot of work in their Nigerian hometown.
She was the Victorian missionary who left her jute mill job in Dundee for West Africa and went on to save the lives of numerous children.
A new exhibition at Dundee's waterfront gardens is aiming to analyse the significance of respected missionary Mary Slessor on modern Dundee.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Right Rev Dr Russell Barr, has retraced the steps of “courageous” Dundee woman Minnie Watson who helped lay the foundations of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa. Michael Alexander reports on an extraordinary legacy.
From around the world, almost 4,000 votes have been cast as Scotland prepares to induct a first heroine into its famous “hall of heroes”.
Two churches separated by more than 7,000 miles of land, sea and desert are celebrating their continued friendship.
A plaque is to be erected on Friday in memory of blind Dundee street missionary, 'Ma' Sarah Jane Gall.
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