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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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Theatre group changes track [Track Players] / p1. Rates reminder / p1. People's Day / p2. Dates for February / p2. Children's Services Committee to re-convene / p2. Recycle your children's toys / p2. Senior Citizens' Week / p2. Cash-a-can centre for Kew / p2. Kindergarten places [Davis Street Kindergarten] / p2. Trill with the Phil [Kew Philharmonic Society] / p2. Commentary /Cr Michael Montalto p3. Council sets community reps [ Kew Recreation Centre] / p3. Due you have a hearing problem? / p3. Bluestone sales / p3. Council meetings resume / p3. CEO takes up the reins [Malcolm Hutchinson] / p3. Bushwalking provides photographic opportunities / p4. Notices / p4. Council building works complete [Civic Offices] / p4. Promise of brightest festival yet / p5. Meetings reminder / p5. Christmas gifts for HKC / p5. Spare room? Need help? / p5. Opposition leaders' new move / p5. Keri provides support for all / p5. Kew Community House / p6. War on waste slowed / p6. Council appeals for co-operation on rubbish days / p6. Traffic management update / p6. Historic bridge restored [Kane's Bridge] / p6. Time up for Kew Community House co-ordinator [Judy Price] / p7. Heritage advice / p7. Caption videos for the deaf / p7. Physiotherapy for children / p7. Memorial Walk [People Against Drink Driving, PADD] / p7. Footy news [Kew Football Club] / p8. Neighbourhood Watch / p8. Something for all at Seniors Centre / p8. Keeping you informed [Citizen's Advice Bureau] / p8. Rotarians entertain older citizens / p8.