SPECIAL FEATURE: Celebrating 90 years of the Port Lincoln Times | PHOTOS

At 94 years of age Gladys Bertram has lived in Port Lincoln for all but 12 months of the Port Lincoln Times' 90-year history and now gets the Times on Tape. Read about her memories of life in Port Lincoln 90 years ago.

EDITORIAL: It was a very different world in 1927 and the newspaper industry, like all industries, has undergone many changes since then but one thing has stayed the same – the community is still the heart of the paper.

90 YEARS: Port Lincoln Times staff Kerry Torr, Casey Treloar, Billie Harrison, Olivia Barnes, Heather Ettridge, Simone Bertram and Jarrad Delaney.

90 YEARS: Port Lincoln Times staff Kerry Torr, Casey Treloar, Billie Harrison, Olivia Barnes, Heather Ettridge, Simone Bertram and Jarrad Delaney.

From linotype to laptops – The early newspapers used handset letters, which meant each individual letter in each word was painstakingly put onto the page.

1957: Brian Hutt, Jock Grant, Maurice Hill, Ron Bogisch and Ian Hill in the old print shop.

1957: Brian Hutt, Jock Grant, Maurice Hill, Ron Bogisch and Ian Hill in the old print shop.

The fishing industry has grown a lot in the past 90 years but the modern fishing industry in Port Lincoln can be traced back to the post war period.

CATCH: Deputy Prime Minister Doug Anthony looks at a load of frozen tuna on the Icelander in 1982.

CATCH: Deputy Prime Minister Doug Anthony looks at a load of frozen tuna on the Icelander in 1982.

The last century has seen many changes to how the land is farmed and what is used to grow grain and raise livestock.

The first edition of the of the Port Lincoln Times - August 5, 1927.

The first edition of the of the Port Lincoln Times - August 5, 1927.

Advertising has changed a lot in the past 90 years. Here is a brief look at some of the advertisements that have appeared in the Port Lincoln Times in the past 90 years.

LUMPER TRIBUTE: At the wheat lumper statue unveiling in 2014 were Stan McKenzie, Peter Hall, Wendy Holman, Rosii Pedler and Ian Rodgers.

LUMPER TRIBUTE: At the wheat lumper statue unveiling in 2014 were Stan McKenzie, Peter Hall, Wendy Holman, Rosii Pedler and Ian Rodgers.