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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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Council urges 'YES' vote on September 3 [Constitutional recognition for local government]/ p1-2. Meet the Mayor [Cr Allen Martin] / p1. Dates for September / p2. Kew Living launch [Bicentennial project] / p2. Commentary / Cr Allen Martin p3. Amnesty on dogs [registration] / p3. Election results / p3. Former Kew Councillor for County Court [Judge Chester Keon-Cohen] / p3. Willsmere Forum / p3. Notices [North Kew Tennis Club] / p4. Community clean up [Boroondara Bushwalkers] / p4. Pregnancy support / p4. Teenage Disco [Youth Resource Centre] / p4. Friendship and fun at playgroup [Highbury Grove Playgroup]/ p4. Friends of Kew Library / p4. Christmas cards for Kew / p4. Kew group to perform at Spoleto Festival [Elysium Ensemble] / p5. Community celebrations at Kew High School [State Education Week] / p5. Kew Community House / Judy Price p6. Student help / p6. Used furniture - can you help? [Belford Oaks Full Day Care Centre] / p6. Keeping you informed [Kew Citizens’ Advice Bureau] / p6. [Kew] Community Directory [1989] p6. Fun, fitness and family [Kew Little Athletics Centre] / p7. Community recreation for disabled [ Kew Recreation Integration Support Group] / p7. Footy News [Kew Football Club] / p8. Bowls season starts soon [Kew Bowling Club] / p8. Cricket Club invites new members [Deepdene Uniting Cricket Club] / p8. Spring into Spring with volleyball [Kew High School Sports Centre] / p8. 1st Kew Scouts ready to expand / p8.