We have lined up 9 stories for you which all made the pages of the Sunderland Echo in 1991. The question is, how many do you remember?
Do you recall the Sunderland newsagent who was chosen as the best in town and got to meet the Milky Bar Kid?
How about the two Wearside girls who got to feature in a television series when they were aged only 14 and 11.
To find out more, take a look through our 1991 selection.
1. A big bang to say goodbye to the forge
The old Sunderland forge bit the dust in November 1991 and there to perform the ceremony was Lauren Baldassarra, 9, and Ann Tipling. a partner in Instrip Demolition of Washington, with expert John Turner watching.
Photo: Sunderland Echo
2. The Milky Bars were on Anne!
The Milky Bars were on Anne Gordon in 1991 after she was crowned Sunderland’s best newsagent.
Television's Milky Bar Kid Antony Eden was pictured outside Anne's Hylton Road shop as he handed over the prize in the Echo/Nestle’s competition.
3. Happy times for Hayley
Wearside teenager Hayley Foster was bidding to win the finals of a BarbieDoll lookalike in 1991 and was up against 50 other competitors. Can anyone tell us whether she won?
4. A telly role for Dawn and Lynne
What a year 1991 was for Dawn Winlow,14, from Roker, and Lynne Harrison, 11, from Plains Farm. They got to play the parts of Jimmy Nail's daughters in the TV series Spender.