Port Lincoln Times Flashback Friday: 1995 | GALLERY

Here is the weekly Flashback Friday gallery where we look back at past images that appeared in the Port Lincoln Times.

This week we go back a quarter of a century to see who appeared in the pages of the Port Lincoln Times throughout June, 1995.

In 1995 Paul Keating was Prime Minister and in January John Howard once again became Leader of the Opposition, the following year he would defeat Keating in the federal election.

It was the last year the Australian Grand Prix was held in Adelaide, the race would move to Melbourne the following year where it has remained since.

Many kids growing up in the 1990s remember watching Cheez TV in the mornings, which began in 1995.

In the AFL it was the year the Fremantle Dockers first took to the field and the year was the last time Carlton had won a VFL/AFL premiership, defeating Geelong by 61 points to win a record 16th premiership.

Gangsta's Paradise by Coolio topped the ARIA singles chart while Tina Arena's album 'Don't Ask' topped the albums chart.