IN THIS week's Observer you can read about the changes to residential and respite services proposed that are concerning the relatives of people with learning disabilities.
We have in-depth features including one about a local school which continues to top the league tables and we reveal the secret of its success, and one about a voluntary group of spirited mums who are joining forces to try to steer young people away from crime.
Tributes are paid to women as part of International Women's Day which was celebrated in Harrow, while school children mark World Book Day by dressing up as their favourite characters.
Young people have their voices heard with a special report from a 10-year-old member of Harrow Woodcraft Folk group about a recent event held to mark Fair Trade Fortnight, and you can read what Harrow Youth Parliament members have been doing in their monthly Observer column.
In Brent, we get reaction from traders to the new changes to the cost of short stay parking around the borough, as well as the latest on the Queensbury pub campaign and a picture special of a daring abseil by Wembley firefighters and other daredevils in Olympic Way.
In sport, the Stones' boss makes a plea to fans and we bring you the results from your local youth football and rugby clubs.
You could also be in with a chance of winning one of five £50 gift vouchers to spend in the new Morrisons store in Harrow.
All this and more in today's Observer, which is available in the shops for 70p.