Last updated Wednesday May 23 at 23:48 BST
The RBS banknote features four different images of the monarch through the years.
On May 6, 1941, 92 of the 98 people at Woodside First Aid Post in Paisley were killed by a Nazi bomber.
Campaign against ‘scandal’ of Scots sailors who missed out on a medal after helping fight the Nazis.
Film made to promote foundation and development of St Andrews University.
Sammy Barr, who led a 1971 protest that overturned government policy, passed away on Monday.
Camilla toured the building before unveiling a plaque at the historic site.
The 1967 Grubb Parsons will be used by a group in Kent.
Seven Neolithic cairns to go on display in Caithness as part of £100,000 archaeology project.
Oscar-winning Downton Abbey writer says William Murdoch should not have been portrayed as a coward in James Cameron's 1997 film.
The 450-year-old letter was discovered at Blair Castle in Ayrshire and was penned by the Queen in 1554.
Thomas Watters was a Glasgow bus driver when he volunteered to go to Spain.
More than 1000 prisoners were drafted to the islands to help build the Churchill Barriers.
Members of the clan gathered on Monday to mark the killing of 38 of their ancestors in 1692.
First major Egyptian exhibition showcased in Scotland for three decades.
The centre hopes to attract an extra 20,000 visitors a year to the site of the historic battle of 1314.
Items from the collection of Ernest Levy have gone on display in Edinburgh.
Andy Brown led the campaign to build a memorial to the eight airmen killed in the training flight crash.
The Chair of Greek will be re-established at the institute after Professor Douglas MacDowell left the bequest.
Captain Scott and his team of explorers reached the South Pole on January 17, 1912.
Historian Ashley Cowie looks at how the bard became a legend... and his womanising ways.