It is a tiny Argyll island, which is best known for its corncrake population and large sand dunes.
Two remote Argyll islands are preparing for major disruption to their ferry services as linkspans are replaced.
Islanders on Coll and Tiree are being invited to public meetings to hear more about work which will see passenger-only ferry services being operated.
Subsidised air services from Oban to Coll, Colonsay and Tiree have been secured for the next four years after Argyll and Bute Council awarded a new contract to Hebridean Air.
A ferry firm has confirmed the dates for the closure of the linkspans at Coll and Tiree terminals, which will be removed for replacement works.
Two rescue teams were earlier today diverted from an incident to assist a 61-year-old woman who had sustained a broken leg at Fingals Cave on Staffa.
West coast travellers have suffered ferry disruption after one of Caledonian MacBrayne’s ships broke down.
Highland MSP Donald Cameron has demanded action to protect flights to Coll, Colonsay and Tiree after receiving details of the financial challenges facing the service.
No scheduled flights will take place between Oban and the islands for at least six weeks from May 15.
Lifeline flights from Oban Airport to the Argyll isles are in jeopardy, signalling “disaster” for fragile island communities.
Islanders and those who use ferries to Coll and Tiree are being asked to share their views on plans to replace linkspan decks at both terminals.
Ferry ports at Coll and Tiree will be closed to vehicles for up to four weeks each as new linkspan decks are installed.
They say an elephant never forgets - but whales obviously have pretty good memories too.
A review is being carried out of the air services between Oban and the isles of Coll, Colonsay and Tiree, with changes to timetable and frequency to be part of the discussion.
A house with a view is always desirable – but it pales in comparison against a farmhouse set right on the shores of a white, sandy beach on the west coast of Scotland.
Police were ferried by lifeboat to a remote Scottish island - used as the setting for the children's books Katie Morag - after reports of a disturbance at a hotel.
Passengers touching down at Coll Airport earlier today spotted smoke coming from the plane as it was landing.
A huge wind turbine which caused controversy when it was being assembled on the idyllic isle of Coll is out of action.
Bronze age weapons have been discovered on a Hebridean island.
Argyll councillors yesterday expressed concern after a survey revealed that just over 16% of private housing on the Atlantic islands is sub-standard.
Angry islanders have accused a landowner of dumping a huge section of a wind turbine on their beach.
Ferry services are in chaos today as the first day of June arrived with a yellow weather warning for wind.
An interdict halting work to build road access for a wind turbine on an Argyll island has been lifted by a court.
Coll has become the first Scottish island to get ultra-fast mobile connections.
Power giant Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD) says it is still on high alert for bad weather despite managing to reconnect supplies after severe storms.
Expressions of interest are being sought from air companies keen to operate flights to the islands of Coll, Colonsay and Tiree.
Make your way to Coll this week for a very snappy festival – Coll of the Sharks.
The Hebridean island of Coll is to have mobile phone coverage for the first time.
A rare flightless beetle that has a bizarre interaction with bees, has been discovered in abundance on an Inner Hebridean island.
An island ferry dry-docked in Liverpool after suffering hull damage is back in service.
Former Scottish Rugby captain Rob Wainwright is setting off on a mammoth cycle on Saturday to give hungry children hope for a better future.
Wildlife enthusiasts have been treated to two rare sightings off the west coast in the past two days.