IN PICTURES: Take a look through the Times archive

Stephen Kernoghan of Greenisland Primary School receives instruction in the operation of a computer from Stephen Crozier at Hopefield Transfer Night. 1991.
Stephen Kernoghan of Greenisland Primary School receives instruction in the operation of a computer from Stephen Crozier at Hopefield Transfer Night. 1991.

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

If you have any old photographs that you would like to share with our readers, we would love to hear from you.

Mayor Councillor Charlie Johnston, assisted by Norman Houston, manager of the Carrickfergus Leisure Centre, unfurl a flag to pronounce 1991 as the Year of Sport. 1991.

Mayor Councillor Charlie Johnston, assisted by Norman Houston, manager of the Carrickfergus Leisure Centre, unfurl a flag to pronounce 1991 as the Year of Sport. 1991.

Do you have photographs from school? Maybe a sports team you played on? Or a special event that was a special memory? We would love to see them.

Send any old photographs, together with any details you have about the photo, to copydesk.ni@jpress.co.uk and we will use as many as we can in the paper.

Mayor Cllr Charlie Johnston, making a presentation to Greenisland Primary School pupil, Stephen Ball, who was a finalist in both the Ulster in Bloom and Britain in Bloom painting competition. Included is Stephen's teacher, Mrs Jayne Roy, 1991.

Mayor Cllr Charlie Johnston, making a presentation to Greenisland Primary School pupil, Stephen Ball, who was a finalist in both the Ulster in Bloom and Britain in Bloom painting competition. Included is Stephen's teacher, Mrs Jayne Roy, 1991.

Reggie Hillen of Carrickfergus was the Guinness Footballer of the Month for December. Reggie is seen here receiving his trophy from Terry O'Neill and Cathy Rooney. 1991.

Reggie Hillen of Carrickfergus was the Guinness Footballer of the Month for December. Reggie is seen here receiving his trophy from Terry O'Neill and Cathy Rooney. 1991.

William Larmour (left) of BP and Carrick Taxis and Beatrice Connor, trustees of the Claire McConnell Appeal Fund, presenting cheques to George Hawthorne and Peggy McCann for the Neuroblastoma Society and the Malcolm Sargeant Children's Cancer Unit at the Royal, respectively.

William Larmour (left) of BP and Carrick Taxis and Beatrice Connor, trustees of the Claire McConnell Appeal Fund, presenting cheques to George Hawthorne and Peggy McCann for the Neuroblastoma Society and the Malcolm Sargeant Children's Cancer Unit at the Royal, respectively.