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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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Street trees in Kew [Carol Frank-Mas & Associates, Landscape Architects Report] / p1. Community [Gamblers Annymousl Action Programme; Save the Children Fund; Kew Garden Club; Native Plant Group; Kew Baptist Church; Hyde Park Fellowship; Film afternoon; Toy Library; Kew Junction Traders - advertising] / p2. Raoul Wallenberg Gardens / p3. Kew Recreation Centre / p3. Kew Historical Society / p3. Kew Community House / p4. Youth Pages [New Youth Centre for Kew; Unemployed? / p5. International Youth Year 1985 [What is it? So..., In Kew! Plans] / p6-7. [Youth] Talkback / p7. Things to do in Kew [&] A bit further afield [Kew Drop-in; After school activities; The Gap; Teen Club; Community House] / p8. Mayoral Comment - "Villa Alba" / Cr Jill O'Brien [Mayor of Kew] / p9. Community Directory updates / p9. Sahara Yoga [Centre] / p10. Community artists / p10. Highbury Grove Playgroup / p10. Kew Senior Citizens' Centre / p10. Powerlines and street trees / p11. Kindergarten enrolments / p11. Immunisation sessions / p11. Roadworks / p11. Drivers needed [Kew Community Bus] / p11. Domestic noise / p11. C.A.B. [Citizens' Advice Bureau] / p11. Kew (Daytime) Garden Club / p11. Kew people for nuclear disarmament / p11. H.K.C. Activities Centre / p11. Children's Services in Kew [Occasional Care Centre; Children's Services Officer; Full-Time Day Care Centre; Three Year Old Kindergarten; After School Programme; Extended Hours Kindergarten] / p12.