IN TODAY'S Observer, we reveal that an festival of music, dance, food and sport that was cancelled last year is making a welcome return this summer.
You can read the shocking court hearing about a teenager who contacted MI5 to falsely warn them of a bomb at a prominent Harrow building after having a dream about it.
We bring you the latest on our joint campaign with Harrow Council – Campaign For Fair Grant - calling on the government to give the council a fair share of funding fir the borough.
There are in-depth news features about the planned redevelopment of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and a look at how pet owners can keep their energy bills down while caring for their animals.
In Brent, a violent gang is jailed for a series of raids on jewellery shops, including one in Wembley where £500,000 worth of goods were stolen and the owner's car set on fire.
Hundreds gathered in Wembley for a memorial service for a charming five-year-old boy who died while crossing the road.
In our leisure pages you can find out the top five things to do in your area this week, can try your hand at cooking some Porto Wine Cake under the guidance of Observer columnist and chef Terry Farr, and read about this year's Shakespeare production at Harrow School.