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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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Canadian visitors to Wallenberg Garden / p1. Bringing up kids in the nineties / p1. Dates for May / p2. Useful advice on Property Numbering / p2. Kew Living 1988 / p2. Commentary [Kew Conservation Study] / Cr Allen Marshall p3. Kew Conservation Study / p3. Heritage advice for local homeowners / p3. Why we should think again [Kew Conservation Study] / Keith Lodge p4. Books for sale [Friends of Kew Library] / p4. 1629 on the AM Band / p4. [Kew] Festival meeting / p5. Community health visit to Kew / p5. Craig will keep the wheels turning [Meals on Wheels] / p5. New Co-ordinator for People with Disabilities [Jan Bottcher] / p5. Canterbury move for Care-Force [Care-Force Inner East] / p5. CWA not just for country women / p5. Notices / p5. Kew Community House / Judy Price p6. A welcome haven [Kew Community House] / p6. Second chance at reading and writing [adult literacy] / p6. A place where young people can feel at home [Kew Youth Resource Centre] / p7. Music for children / p7. CALM speaker for Kew [Citizens’ Against Lawlessness Movement] / p7. New courses focus on business skills / p7. A letter to the editor / Charles Ng p7. Small group support for family caregivers / p7. Footy News [Kew Football Club] / p8. Kew's "Eagles" need caretaker [Kew Eagles Soccer Club] / p8. Not just for the boys [Hays Paddock Junior Football Clinic] / p8. Keeping you informed [Citizens Advice Bureau] / p8.