Nov 15 2012 By Mhairi Macfarlane
front page Nov 15
IN THIS week's Observer the former council leader issues a stark warning about the future of the borough's health as NHS services are overhauled to save cash.
You can also read a story about two burglars who unwittingly stole a violin and tried to sell it, not knowing it was worth half a million pounds.
Commuters have their say on the fare rise hike announced, which will come into effect next year, and a celebrity chef swaps the jungle for a college kitchen in Wembley.
Members of the armed forces and their families, the police, cadets and scouts turned out in their hundreds to pay their respects to the fallen on Remembrance Sunday in Harrow and Brent. The Observer bring you a full round up in this picture special.
You can also see a colourful array of photos from the Diwali celebrations in your area.
In our leisure pages our columnist, chef Terry Farr, shares a recipe for to mark Beaujolais Nouveau Day and you can read an interview with Laura Duckworth, lead singer of Harrow band, Scarletta, who reveals how the band is taking LA by storm.
We celebrate the achievements of young athletes in our sports pages this week with the launch of the 2013 London Youth Games and bring you the latests news on Wembley FC.
All this and more in this week's Observer – look out for your free copy or pick up in the shops today.