Let's take a stroll back to a time when we were wearing Dunlop Volleys to the movies to see Muriel's Wedding.
When we could buy a three-bedroom house at Thornton for $115,000 and 10-packs of IBM formatted Gestetner discs were on special for $18.96.
Yes folks it's November 1994.
A time when our local phone numbers did not have the '49' prefix.
We've delved into the archives and dusted off the bound copies of the Maitland Mercury from years gone by.
Take a walk down memory lane with us as we look back to the pages of November 4 and 5 1994. When the Friday Mercury was dated for the Saturday also.
At the movies, Muriel's Wedding was headlining and you could catch the last days of The Lion King and The Flintstones.
On Tuesdays tickets were just $5.
Perhaps you were going to the Newcastle Motordrome to watch John Pyne.
You could get an 8.75 per cent return on your term deposit at the Maitland Mutual Building Society.
Perfect to save your deposit to buy a two-bedroom villa in Morpeth for a cool $89,500.
A three-bedroom house in Metford was on sale for $128,000 or a home in Thornton close to everything was $115,000.
Don't you wish you had snapped up the charming three bedder at Lorn for $119,000?
But wait, a $500 fully refundable deposit would secure you a block of land in stage four of the Rathluba Estate.
Prospective buyers were advised to bring their boots to view: "remember it's an adventure".
Looking for a new car in late 1994 you may have considered the new Ford Telstar with a choice of a four or six cylinder engine.
Fancy picking up a pair of Dunlop Volleys? You could get them for the exact price of $17.64.
Or how about a pack of floppy discs? Yes kids, we used them to store information from our desk top computers which were less powerful than a current mobile phone.
Richelle Hand was proud to be the Maitland representative in the zone finals of the Showgirl competition.
A 13-year-old from Stanford Merthyr won a house in the Knights art union and Drew Dever from Branxton placed equal fourth in the Hunter's annual maths comp.
Enjoy looking through the gallery.
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