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.
Tributes have been paid to a “happy-go-lucky boy” who died after a two-vehicle crash near Loch Ness.
It is a tough enough proposition with all the mod cons.
I am, and always will be, a very proud Scot. I’m one of those people who romanticises about the beauty of our country – probably aided by a year of studying Sir Walter Scott.
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.
For more than 25 years, he has assiduously watched Loch Ness for a sighting of the monster - setting a world record for the longest Nessie vigil in the process.
A yacht stuck in a weir and an ill passenger both required the attention of the Coastguard this evening.
It goes to show that you don’t even have to get your feet wet to be a Nessie hunter these days.
With participants ranging from three months to 86 years old, it really is an all-comers challenge.
Loch Ness spirit inspires pair to launch absinthe as couple create recipe for first Scottish variety of potent tipple
A Loch Ness doctor and a retired detective have launched Scotland’s first absinthe blanche.
Rat Race Adventure Sport’s Coast to Coast endurance challenge took place over the weekend and saw 2,000 participants make their way from the Moray Firth in the east to Loch Leven in the west.
A new sighting on Loch Ness has been taken by a 12-year-old girl on holiday with her parents.
As wedding venues go, it is an internationally sought-after back drop.
It’s one of the biggest and deepest bodies of water in the UK and home to a monster called Nessie, which is why thousands of tourists flock each year to visit Loch Ness near Inverness.
A 360-degree trail around Loch Ness – for walkers, runners, cyclists and horse-riders – has been completed and tourism chiefs say it will create a major economic boost for the area.
Lifeboat crews were called in the north after a man was spotted lying on the shore of a beach.
An 18-month operation to fell trees has finally concluded near Primrose Bay on Loch Ness leading to 5,300 tonnes of timber being harvested.
Inverness Airport bosses are consulting the public on whether the city’s airport should be renamed after the iconic Loch Ness.
Plans have been lodged for 94 new homes on a patch of farmland in a small Loch Ness-side village - possibly increasing the population by one fifth.
Cruise company Loch Ness by Jacobite has introduced a £2.4 million catamaran, capable of carrying up to 200 sightseers, to its fleet.
The world is one step closer to finding out what lurks in the murky waters of Loch Ness - and scientists have not completely ruled out she may be a giant catfish or eel.
Crucial work will take place over the next three months to safeguard Loch Dochfour reservoir near Inverness.