Nov 8 2012
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PINNER'S Kye Sones made a shock exit from the X Factor last week and in today's Observer you can find out what he has planned next and his message for our readers.
Read a mum's story about her live-saving operation being delayed due to a heartless criminal at Northwick Park Hospital and how a Belmont garage is back in business after being razed to the ground in a fire last year.
This week, a church finds a way to reach out to immobile parishioners through cyberspace, while a synagogue holds a Question Time event on the middle east and a new, £5million Greek Orthodox church is unveiled.
See the Observer for a picture special on Bonfire Night and for a full round up of Remembrance Day services near you as we honour the fallen.
In Brent, we reveal the revised designs in the Willesden Green Library Centre redevelopment project, as well as local parents' hopes to help address the shortage of school places in the borough.
You can also read the harrowing story of an uncle who admitted killing his nephew by accident after mistaking him for an intruder.
In sport, Stones' likeable midfield enforcer vows to curb his temper this season, while the boss of Harrow Borough FC considers appealing over a red card.
You could also be in with a chance of winning a £50 gift card to be spent at a new Tesco Express, so look out for your free copy or buy one in the shops today.