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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.

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Flying doctors descend on Kew [Crawford Productions] / p1. Computerised court opens [Penalty Enforcement by Registration of an Infringement (PERIN)] / p1. Stop or give-way? [Council assessment of intersections] / p1. Council seeks kinder review / p1. Diary dates for May / p2. Your marching champions [Kew Band, Kew Youth Band] / p2. Word of mouth [Pre-school story time at Kew Library 1996- ] / p2. Something airey [exhibition at Kew Gallery] / p2. Something pre-loved [Glass Street Kindergarten trash 'n treasure sale] / p2. Commentary [Willsmere redevelopment] / Cr Daryl Oldaker p3. Traffic headaches for Barkers Road [drain upgrade] / p3. Trees versus powerlines / p4. Loyal service [Tom Gascoyne] / p4. Traffic Management update [Area 7, Area 10] / p4. Cleaner shopping centres / p4. Hard rubbish collection / p4. Willsmere Drain / p4. Survey of dual occupancy / p4. Health [Department] stall / p5. Women's health workshops / p5. Baby Change Room [Walpole Street] / p5. Nursing Mothers' meetings / p5. Status quo for family day care [industrial award ruling] / p5. Immunisation - Important / p5. Daytime garden / p6. Library Friends' [book] sale / p6. [East Kew Bowling Club] Indoor bowls / p6. Chrysanthemums, M'am [Kew Garden Club] / p6. Handy Veterans Service [Kew sub-branch of the RSL] / p6. Crime wave [Neighbourhood Watch Areas G64, G97] / p6. All this for sixpence [Balwyn Cinema history] / p6. Positive [survey] feedback [to Kewriosity] / p6. Arthritis meeting / p6. Something fishy [Ian Napier at Raya Gallery] / p7. [Kew] Community House courses / p7. Coming events at Trinity [Grammar] / p7. Carmelite Monastery restoration / p7. Council Chamber or Council void? [descriptive comparison of Walpole Street Town Hall with the Chamber at the Municipal [Civic] Offices] / p8. Evangelist meeting [St Hilary's] / p8. Youth empowerment [Youth Resource Centre] / Kate Lang p8. Missions meeting [Kew Baptist Church Hall] / p8.