Nov 29 2012
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INSIDE this week's Observer we bring you a shocking account of how three Harrow police officers were injured in a frenzied attack at a Kingsbury butchers as a man goes on trial for attempted murder.
We have a picture special of a Bollywood fundraising evening held in memory of a popular Pinner school girl.
An artist explains how she puts waste to good use and has forged a successful career out of it and one of our reporters gets a crash course in cooking Indian sweets.
Neighbours in Edgware reveal their latest attempt to derail a £3million redevelopment of playing fields and you can read a round up of education stories, from how the council is dealing with the shortage of school places to how pupils are tackling bullying.
In leisure, you can read a preview of the festive show opening at the Tricycle Theatre tomorrow (Friday) and discover the top five events to go along to in your area this week.
In sport, Uxbridge striker Chris Moore gives his views on the interest in him transferring to Wealdstone FC and we bring you the latest results in rugby and an interview with the Pinner Potter.
You could also be in with a chance of winning a hamper full of Christmas goodies, courtesy of Squire's Garden Centres.
See your free copy or pick one up in the shops today for 70p.