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
THE allure of Loch Ness and the mystery surrounding its most famous resident has captured the interest of American and Russian TV crews.
THE Loch Ness Monster has apparently come out of hiding, according to new footage posted online.
EVERYTHING looks set for another bumper tourist year in Inverness and Loch Ness according to industry bosses – with Nessie continuing to play a…
SHARP-eyed Nessie spotters from around the world have made it a bumper year for the annual Best Nessie Sighting competition – and prompted speculation…
THE remains of a monster have been discovered in Loch Ness following an underwater sonar-imaging investigation.
THE area’s most famous resident is to get her own emblem in a new set of images for mobile phone users.
NESSIE spotters from across the world have been keeping a close watch on Loch Ness resulting in four contenders for the Best Nessie Sighting of The Year…
A CRUISE boat skipper who claims to have found Nessie’s hiding place is set to become an international phenomenon.
A FAMOUS sighting of the Loch Ness Monster is actually of a giant eel, a computer expert has revealed.
A NESSIE expert has not called time on his monster hunting days despite reports to the contrary.
A CAMPAIGN to get the legendary Loch Ness Monster recognised as the national animal of Scotland has been launched by an Inverness cruise company.
HIGHLAND Nessie hunters can now search for the Loch Ness monster online after a technology giant launched a project allowing them to scour its waters.
SWEDE Bjarne Sjöstrand has won £2000 for the best Loch Ness Monster sighting of 2014 despite never having visited Scotland.
NESSIE is alive and well – and seems to have moved towards the northern end of Loch Ness, according to seasoned Nessie spotter Gary Campbell.
LOCH Ness cruise boat operator George Edwards has admitted the photo of Nessie he took last year is a fake – and he is proud of it.
ONE of the world’s greatest mysteries will be celebrated tomorrow when a special boat trip marks the 80th anniversary of the first modern sighting…