All Our Yesterdays this week takes us back to 1990 - Are you in our pictures?

This week's gallery has pictures from 25 years ago

Bare-faced cheek! As Kirklees Council cuts mowing, officials tell Mirfield woman: 'Cut your grass!'

Janne Shread left fuming at warning letter over long grass

Teenager Zacky Mahmood in court after speeding on the M62 at 120mph - in a car stolen from his mum

The 19-year-old was chased by police as he raced at nearly twice the speed limit through residential streets in Mirfield and Dewsbury

Calderdale and Huddersfield hospital chiefs told to slash even deeper as NHS plans "simply unaffordable"

The trust is now predicting a £23m deficit for the end of this year
Finance chiefs told to freeze recruitment except for "essential vacancies". 110215Dhri

Decision day as Kirklees councillors set to rule on changes to parking permits

1 free permit but households face £15 charge for second permit under new proposals

No compensation for Huddersfield Town fans over Blackpool abandonment

Town supporters left furious over Football League tribunal verdict

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  • NEWS: Cuisine from around the world, traditional Yorkshire produce and tipples from real ale to champagne will fill St George's Square this weekend.

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  • It's time machine time again, folks.

    This week we take you back to 1990, the year Margaret Thatcher got the elbow and Gazza cried at the World Cup.

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    Getting special attention É staff at Greenacres old peopleÕs home, Meltham, make a fuss of Mr William Taylor as he celebrates his 100th birthday today. Mr Taylor, who originates from Clayworth, near Retford, Nottinghamshire, moved to Clayton West many years ago to become chauffeur and gardener to Mr A H Ashworth, of Park Mill House, Clayton West. He lived in the same house at Clayton West for 59 years. Mr Taylor celebrated his special day with a party attended by Kirklees Mayor and Mayoress, Clr Tom OÕDonovan, his son, daughter, four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. 28th August 1990.
     

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  • Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff questions hospital trust over delay in announcing new parking fees.

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  • The police helicopter was called to Batley last night to help search for a stolen bike.

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  • Kirklees Rural are supporting the 'Think Before You Send' campaign.

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Singers invited to sign up for Workshop and Performance at Mrs Sunderland Festival

Scapegoat Hill website examines history of the village - and the origin of its strange name

Huddersfield Examiner reader picture competition: Choose your winner!

Jamie's Ministry of Food will host the Demo Kitchen

Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival 2015: Jamie's Ministry of Food hosts exciting cookery demos

Top gardeners reap their awards across Kirklees

Rail bosses back down over alcohol ban on Huddersfield to Hull trains

First Trans-Pennine Express drops plans for 'dry trains'

Singers invited to sign up for Workshop and Performance at Mrs Sunderland Festival

Historic festival prepares to move into exciting new era

Scapegoat Hill website examines history of the village - and the origin of its strange name

Michael Shaw launches website packed with facts and old photos about hilltop hamlet

Amazing coincidence of a raffle prize which sparked a love story 30 years on

Fate takes a hand for Holmfirth couple who met on the internet

How can Huddersfield Town fans be charged for abandoned match at Blackpool when Football Disciplinary Commission decide fixture was not fulfilled?

Decision is a disgrace fume supporters

Rail bosses back down over alcohol ban on Huddersfield to Hull trains

First Trans-Pennine Express drops plans for 'dry trains'

Huddersfield Town Under 21s kick off league season at home to Colchester United on Monday at PPG Canalside

Some games will be played at John Smith's Stadium

Phil Billing's potential loan move from Huddersfield Town to Carlisle United looks increasingly unlikely to happen

Dane plays training-ground friendly against Queen of the South

Huddersfield Giants on loan forward Jack Hughes is eyeing a Super 8s shock Wigan

Second rower ready to turnover parent club Warriors

Joe Wardle to return for Huddersfield Giants for opening Super 8s clash at Wigan

Centre fit again but winger Jodie Broughton counted out with calf problem

Huddersfield Giants star Eorl Crabtree says pressure will be on in the Super 8s

Clubs playing catch-up have plenty to work for says prop forward

How can Huddersfield Town fans be charged for abandoned match at Blackpool when Football Disciplinary Commission decide fixture was not fulfilled?

Decision is a disgrace fume supporters

Rail bosses back down over alcohol ban on Huddersfield to Hull trains

First Trans-Pennine Express drops plans for 'dry trains'

Huddersfield Town Under 21s kick off league season at home to Colchester United on Monday at PPG Canalside

Some games will be played at John Smith's Stadium
Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival returns for its 15th year

Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival 2015: Everything you need to know

The four-day event returns on Thursday  — here's all the information you need

Singers invited to sign up for Workshop and Performance at Mrs Sunderland Festival

Historic festival prepares to move into exciting new era

Marstons Chicken Shop celebrates 30th anniversary with tasty offer

Marstons is celebrating 30 years
Customers queue out the door as Huddersfield family business marks big birthday
Nick Gartland

Attention is switching from Greece to China amid fears for the world's second biggest economy, says Nick Gartland

The topic of Greece has been somewhat exhausted through extensive coverage by the media

Clough Corporate Solutions in merger

Clough Corporate Solutions has merged with BHP's business recovery and insolvency team following the BHP-Clough & Company tie-up

Summer can bring simmering discontent when it comes to the staff holiday rota, says Mark Weeks, of Wilby Ltd

Mark Weeks
We are at that time of year again where many employees decide to take a break from their everyday work and take an opportunity to go on holiday

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Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival returns for its 15th year

Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival 2015: Everything you need to know

How can Huddersfield Town fans be charged for abandoned match at Blackpool when Football Disciplinary Commission decide fixture was not fulfilled?

Singers invited to sign up for Workshop and Performance at Mrs Sunderland Festival

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British politician and former athlete Sebastian Coe

Lord Coe vows 'fightback' against doping allegations

New claims that IAAF failed to act on suspicious blood tests involving hundreds of athletes over 10-year period

Morning news headlines: Fifth police force receives allegations over Edward Heath sex abuse claims, number of hauliers fined over illegal immigrants triples

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