Highland councillors yesterday shot down an application for a major hydro scheme at Loch Ness amid fears for residents’ safety in the event of the reservoir breaching.
The £2.5million project to turn a dilapidated hall into a visitor gateway to Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal has proven to be a massive hit, attracting double the expected visitors in its first month.
A lifeboat crew has issued a warning about the dangers of Loch Ness after thousands of people suggested they could join a plan to “storm” the area in search of its famous monster.
This September, Nessie is going to find it very difficult to hide - with more than 12,000 hunters claiming they will descend on Loch Ness in the hope of locating her once and for all.
Walkers, cyclists and horse-riders interested in a new Loch Ness Trail can now get themselves online for information.
A world record that has stood for 26 years has been beaten - albeit narrowly - by a hardy band of 14 rowers on Loch Ness.
Spirits among the camp of a hardy band of rowers were high yesterday ahead of today’s attempt to break a 26-year-old world record of rowing the distance of Loch Ness in the fastest time possible.
A Scottish adventurer is to lead an attempt at breaking the record of navigating the Nessie-infested waters of Loch Ness in the fastest time possible.
Scores of truck enthusiasts parked their huge vehicles to the banks of Loch Ness at the weekend for a festival celebrating their passion.
Two crew members from tourist boat The Jacobite are diving into the deep end by pledging to swim across Loch Ness for charity.
North tourism operator Cruise Loch Ness (CLN) is celebrating a double triumph in the UK final of the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) annual awards.
German tourists are trying to tempt the Loch Ness Monster out of hiding - with bags of sweets.
A group of overdue canoeists were traced this evening "safe and well" after a search operation was launched to come to their assistance on Loch Ness.
It might be just a young ’un in the classic car events calendar, but the Loch Ness Classic and Vintage Car Tour is here to stay.
Tributes have been paid to an internationally acclaimed mountaineering expert from a Loch Ness-side village who died last week.
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Work worth in the region of £500,000 has now been completed on two sections of rock slope opposite Loch Ness.
Hundreds of enthusiastic cyclists have pledged their support for next year’s Etape Loch Ness – less than 24 hours after crossing the finish line.
One man was airlifted and two others made it ashore after they ended up in the water on Loch Ness.
A rescue crew was sent from Loch Ness Lifeboat Station shortly after 11pm tonight.
The opening of GlenWyvis Distillery in late 2017 brought distilling back to Dingwall for the first time in 90 years.
A hillwalker, who had been reported missing in the Glendoe area yesterday afternoon, has this morning been traced "safe and well" by search teams.
The line-up for a major knitting festival – attracting crowds from across the globe and boosting the local economy – has been announced.
The fastest woman to cycle round the world and a Commonwealth mountain biker - who is pretty speedy herself - will share tales of their endurance adventures at a Loch Ness Etape event.
A slew of restaurants, hotels and tourist attractions that celebrate all the very best the north-east and north of Scotland have to offer have received coveted awards at a ceremony in Edinburgh.
The work of Visit Inverness Loch Ness Tourism BID will continue for a further five years following a successful ballot yesterday.
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The history of illicit distilling in the Highlands is to be told in a planned new visitor centre on the shores of Loch Ness.
Young travellers heading to Scotland to showcase its stunning surroundings with selfies are contributing to an £820million tourism boom.
Ambitious plans for an underground hydro plant at Loch Ness – opposite the iconic Urquhart Castle – are being lodged with Highland Council today.
The first phase of a £21 million project which will provide a single, improved water supply for Scottish Water customers in Fort Augustus and Glenmoriston is underway.