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.
Kew needs more caregivers [Kew Family Day Care Service] / p1. Aquatic Centre go ahead [Kew Recreation Centre] / p1. Dates for July / p2. Holiday Program [activities] / p2. Commentary - Rewarding year almost over / Cr Joe Ormando, Mayor of Kew p3. Nominations close [Kew Council elections] / p3. Traffic Plans / p3. Streetscapes [Derby Street, Pakington Street, Mawson Street, Ridgeway Avenue upgrades] / p3. Living by faith and prudence Carmelite Sisters say / p4. Mothers mark day [Nursing Mothering Week] / p4. Volunteers [Royal Talbot Hospital Auxiliary] / p4. Kew President [Janet Stearn, Victorian Penguin Club] / p5. Art ideas/ / p5. [Kew] Library re-opens / p5. Kew [Community] Bus / p5. Kew Community House - Drop-in Centre / Janet Price / p6. Rec[reation] Program / p6. Dance class [Susan Crouch, Naomi Aitchison] / p6. [Kew Community] Action Group / Rhonda McCaw p6. Integration a two way street [Wheelchair basketball, Victorian Netball Association] / p7. Opera for Kew [Ian Lowe] / p7. Bicentennial plans [Kew Bicentennial Committee] / Gerard Petrie p7. Dance therapy [Dance Therapy Development Group] / p7. Footy news [Kew Football Club] / p8. Keeping you informed [Kew Citizens' Advice Bureau] / p8. Cheque for Red Cross [Kew Red Cross Appeal Committee] / p8. Preparing [garden] beds for Spring / Peter Davies p8.