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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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Information sharing in Kew - Public Meeting (Kewriosity Editorial Committee] / p1. Hay's Paddock - something for everyone / p1. Kew Citizens' Band Concert Tour / p2. 3MBS-FM: Kew's own radio station / p2. Community artists / p2. Public meeting [Shrublands, Children with disabilities] / p2. Financial counselling [Care Force, Citizens' Advice Bureau] / p3. Kew Recreation Centre / p3. Children's Services / p3. Fires and incinerators / p4. New Building Regulations / p3. Eggshell spectacular [Kew Library] / p3. Kew East Primary School [history] / G.F. Lindsay p4. Heritage Week - Historical Photograph Collection / p5. Renaissance dancing / p5. K.G.C. leaves no stone unturned [Kew Garden Club] / p5. Native Plant Group / p5. Exercise the rhythmic way / p5. Kew Young Liberals / p5. Rheumatism and arthritis / p5. Traffic management / p6. Drivers and jockeys wanted [Meals on Wheels] / p6. Delivering Kewriosity / p6. Hyde Park Fellowship / p6. Rate payments / p6. Information officer / p6. Trash and treasure [Carnsworth Garoopna] / p6. Youth Resource Centre / p7. Kew City Bowmen / p7. Scrabble [The Scrabble Club] / p7. Billabong Club / p7. Kew (Daytime) Garden Club / p7. Mayoral Comment - Media Merger; Role of Council / Cr Jill O'Brien, Mayor [of Kew] / p8. Coming events / p8.