The biggest surface watch of Loch Ness in more than 50 years will take place this month in a bid to uncover its mysteries.
A new Nessie sighting has been spotted on the permanent webcam set up to capture the mysterious creature.
A tourist, visiting from the USA, caught on camera an "unexplained object".
They claimed to have spotted a 65ft-long dark shape moving just beneath the surface of the water.
'A lot of love in the air when we were doing the song!'
A £25,000 reward is being offered to anyone who finds definitive proof of Nessie's existence.
A new visitor experience retelling the legend alongside the real stories of Loch Ness will be unveiled next month.
Claimed "sightings" of something unexplained on Loch Ness webcams will not be officially registered unless they contain footage of facial features.
Urquhart Castle’s visitor centre has been closed after fears were raised about the safety of a ceiling.
New signs have been approved for a historic building near Loch Ness to replace existing signs signs described as "terrible".
The story of the first Nessie sighting is to be brought to life in a specially-made film at the Loch Ness Centre as part of a £1.5 million revamp.
Health service clerical officer Eoin O'Faodhagain is a long-time Nessie spotter from his home in County Donegal, Ireland.
Ever since St Columba made light work of banishing the legendary Loch Ness Monster back in August 565 AD, people have searched the loch expectantly.
It is 90 years since the first modern-day sighting of something large swimming in Loch Ness that sparked the global phenomenon of the "monster ".
A sharp-eyed teenager on holiday with her parents in the Loch Ness has photographed the first 2023 'sighting' of Nessie.
A family visiting Loch Ness from Paisley has claimed the first Nessie sighting of 2023.
At his converted mobile library home on the shores of Loch Ness, Steve Feltham has been patiently waiting for a sighting of Nessie for 32 years.
Hundreds of sightings of something unexplained on Loch Ness have been reported over the centuries.
From grainy photographic images of unidentified objects to strange movements in the water shown on video, Gary Campbell logs all Nessie "sightings".
It has been 90 years since Aldie Mackay and her husband were startled by a strange spectacle as they drove along the shores of Loch Ness.
Tourism leaders from the Inverness area have held talks with Scotland’s newly-appointed minister for small business, innovation and trade.