Kewriosity was a local newsletter combining Kew Council and community news. It was published between November 1983 and June 1994, replacing an earlier Kewriosity [broad] Sheet (1979-84). In producing Kewriosity, Council aimed to provide a range of interesting and informative articles covering its deliberations and decision making, together with items of general interest and importance to the Kew community and information not generally available through daily media outlets.
Re locations [North Kew Tennis Club, 1st Kew Scouts] / 1. North's replacement kinder [Kew Preschool Association and North Kew Kindergarten in Pakington Street] / p1. Kinders - What to do? [Council finances] / p1. Junction Traffic Study / p1. Diary dates for June / p2. Bravo, Band! [Kew Youth Band, Kew Band] / p2. World's best animation [3 MBS fundraising] / p2. Travelling friends [St Anthony's Children's Home reunion] / p2. Commentary [Council budget] / Cr Daryl Oldaker p3. Chief Executive's Column [corporate structure] / Malcolm Hutchinson p3. Beat the beetle [elm leaf beetle] / p4. One electorate: six winners [Hare Clark system] / p4. Heritage Planning [Heritage Residential Zone and individual building controls] / p4. Vale - Allan Hutchinson J.P. 1938-1991 [obituary] / p4. Kewriosity lives on / p5. Nappies in Walpole Street [baby change room] / p6. St George's not dragg'n its feet [Three Year Accreditation Certificate] / p6. Get a dog ... But register it / p6. Sisters kick up heels [Our Lady of Missions dance] / p6. Davis Street's open day [Davis Street Kindergarten] / p7. Baby, Look at us now [High Street Kindergarten] / p6. [Fourth Kew] Scouts host Chernobyl children / p6. New threesome [Trio Nova] / p7. A good get-together [Kew Community House] / p7. A certain timbre [furniture design] / 7. Pride on wheels / p7. Keeping home fires burning [Dunnings Wood Yard] / p7. 1938 diarists / p8. Carey picnic / p8. Henry VIII Birthday / p8. Walk the Outer Circle [walking tours by Australian Railway Historical Society] / p8.