IN PICTURES: Take a look through the Times archive

Gerry Ross of Allied Irish Bank who is financial adviser to Dunclug High Schools mini company - Prospects - hands over the company cheque book to company members. 1989
Gerry Ross of Allied Irish Bank who is financial adviser to Dunclug High Schools mini company - Prospects - hands over the company cheque book to company members. 1989

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.

Runners up in tthe Wella Golden Scissors Award at Ballymena Technical College and their models (back) Donna Brolly, Moira Brolly (second prize), Jackie Clarke (third), Carol Worthington - (seated) Marie McCormick and Patricia Murray. 1989

Runners up in tthe Wella Golden Scissors Award at Ballymena Technical College and their models (back) Donna Brolly, Moira Brolly (second prize), Jackie Clarke (third), Carol Worthington - (seated) Marie McCormick and Patricia Murray. 1989

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.

David Bignell, Regional Sales Manager British Midland helps Iris McDowell (right) of Gallaher Ltd. Ballymena, to select a Diamond to the value of �500 which she won when she entered one of British Midlands High Flyers competitions. Also pictured is Denise Patterson of Capita NI who was runner up.

David Bignell, Regional Sales Manager British Midland helps Iris McDowell (right) of Gallaher Ltd. Ballymena, to select a Diamond to the value of �500 which she won when she entered one of British Midlands High Flyers competitions. Also pictured is Denise Patterson of Capita NI who was runner up.

Ballymena Mayor Sandy Spence receives the first of the daffodils from Clare McCamphill, chair of the Ballymena Branch of Combat Cancer at the launch of the Daffodil Day appeal at the Town Hall. Included are Mr F Robinson, Enid Millar and Pearle Paul. 1989.

Ballymena Mayor Sandy Spence receives the first of the daffodils from Clare McCamphill, chair of the Ballymena Branch of Combat Cancer at the launch of the Daffodil Day appeal at the Town Hall. Included are Mr F Robinson, Enid Millar and Pearle Paul. 1989.

Pictured accepting a cheque for �2000 on behalf of NICOD is Thelma Greeves. Presenting it on behalf of Michelin is John Steele (left) as Ian Rosborough looks on. The money will be used for capital expenditure incurred in the building of the NICOD workshop in Ballymena, 1989.

Pictured accepting a cheque for �2000 on behalf of NICOD is Thelma Greeves. Presenting it on behalf of Michelin is John Steele (left) as Ian Rosborough looks on. The money will be used for capital expenditure incurred in the building of the NICOD workshop in Ballymena, 1989.