Jan 31 2013
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In this week's Observer the brother of a father-of-two who died at hospital hours after collapsing at the end of the football game following a heart attack speaks about the ordeal and explains what the family has planned to keep the memory of his 'caring, considerate and happy' sibling alive.
You can also find out why Harrow has been named one of the most loved up in London and how Harrow and Brent faired in the GCSE league tables.
We are calling on our readers to get behind our campaign, run in partnership with Harrow Council, calling on a fair grant from central government – sign our petition today.
The latest next big things from our area get their moments to shine on Sky 1's Got To Dance programme and you can read about how they are progressing in the reality show competition.
Holocaust Memorial Day memorial services have been held over the last week, with moving speeches made by survivors. See today's paper for this week's round up of events in your area, and look out for more next week too.
A campaigner in Brent speaks out following the announcement that the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs is not recommending a government ban on the widely used legal drug – khat.
In leisure, our reporter interviews a local comic about an evening of Laughter Therapy and you can read what's on in your area.
In sport, read the report of a national youth tournament of korfball – a sport of Dutch origin that is gaining popularity in Harrow and find out what training regime is helping Wealdstone FC skipper overcome his injuries.
All this and more in today's Observer for just 70p.