A fishery board has damped down international TV and media attention by stating that there was no Loch Ness Monster in a recent video it filmed.
AFTER scientists claimed Nessie could be a large eel, a Loch Ness tour guide is standing by his theory that the creature might be a large sturgeon.
NESSIE hunters have vowed to continue their search for the elusive resident of Loch Ness after scientists declared the creature could be a giant eel.
VisitScotland says Nessie investigation has shone a spotlight on the Highlands
A DNA study carried out at Loch Ness rules out suggestions Nessie could be a plesiosaur or a shark.
ONE theory about the Loch Ness Monster is "plausible", according to a scientist.
THE skipper and passengers on a Loch Ness cruise boat reckon they have spotted Nessie underwater using the boat’s sonar equipment.
THOUSANDS of people are planning to descend on Loch Ness this September in a bid to find its most famous resident.
SAMPLES recovered by scientists in Loch Ness “might” support one theory about Nessie.
GERMAN tourists are trying to tempt the Loch Ness Monster out from hiding – with bags of Haribo sweets.
THE first reported modern-day sighting of the Loch Ness Monster appeared in the Inverness Courier in May 1933.
THE public could be waiting until the beginning of next year to find out if the Loch Ness monster is really hiding below the depths.
An Inverness man on a dreich day beside Loch Ness popped off a couple of shots on his camera before swiftly retreating to the shelter of his parents’…
A KIWI scientist is returning to the Highlands to try and put the theory of the Loch Ness monster to bed.
Mrs Stewart’s image was among 10 contenders in the competition run by the Inverness Courier in conjunction with Gary Campbell who keeps the official…
NESSIE spotters from across the world are competing for a £1500 cash prize after 2017 turned out to be a record-breaking year with the highest number…
A GAMEKEEPER spotted Nessie while at work by the water in 1954.
THE first reported modern-day sighting of the Loch Ness Monster appeared in The Inverness Courier in May 1933.
A SCIENTIST from New Zealand believes he can finally uncover the mysteries of Loch Ness.
NESSIE has made a special appearance for Australian tourists who were enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime holiday.
A STAUNCH fan of the Loch Ness monster has put a new spin on her lack of recent appearances