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.
Folk dance festival in jeopardy? / p1. No [outdoor] burnings on Sundays or Mondays / p1. Rec Centre on hold - Library plans to be finalised [Kew Recreation Centre; Kew Library] / p1. Dates for July / p2. [Community] Notices / p2. Commentary - Local Government Restructure: options and issues for Kew / p3&5. Traffic Management: Works to commence in Area 5 / p3. In Brief [Grant for apprenticeship scheme; Focus on children; Kinder enrolments; Reprieve for Gatehouse; Aesthetics Advisory Panel; New City Building Surveyor - Greg Payne; New building regulations] / p4. Profile - Cr Moira Jeffreys / p4-5. Good gardening / Peter Davies p5. Lost [Woodbury Ladies' College badge] / p5. Kew Community House gearing up for busy term / Rhonda McCaw p6. Volunteers and workers wanted [Wurundjeri Industries] / p6. Keeping you informed [Citizens' Advice Bureau] / p6. Kew Band salutes Ian Mathers / p7. Calling old Deepdeners! [Deepdene Primary School] / p7. Of Ladies Loch and Brassey and their favourite drives / Nancy Noble p7. Ramblings of Kew's last cowboy: final of a series by Bill Stent [Kew dairy farms] / Bill Stent p8. Letter - More on the "pink monster" ['The Grip of Time'] / E. McCallum p8. Footy news [Kew Football Club]