It's a jam packed Gazette again this week, on sale today (Wednesday) and distributed free of charge to selected postcodes.
We have the amazing tale of Brunel University student Andrew Marsden, who collapsed on a Halloween night out and whose life was saved by some quick-thinking coppers.
The ash dieback nightmare has come to the borough's doorstep, according to a new gizmo that allows the public to identify and log cases of the killer tree disease.
Elsewhere, a family had a very close call when their house caught fire in the early hours, and Councillor Mo Khursheed tells of a close call himself - the night he suffered a near fatal heart attack and how the staff at Harefield Hospital worked wonders to get him back on the road to recovery.
It has been a week of personal revelations, to be honest. Old soldier Jack Mann, one of the longest surviving members of the elite Long Range Desert Group in the Second World War, tells his wartime memories in Remembrance Week.
And, of course, in this most important of weeks, we have a picture spread from the borough's Remembrance Sunday ceremonies, a full picture gallery online and some video of the Eastcote parade.
A modern day battle is back on - Eastcote Hockey club is poised to apply to have a second artificial turf hockey pitch installed on Pinn Meadows, and another club - Harefield Cricket Club - suffered a nightmare night of vandalism.
On a lighter note, look out for reader Janice Franklin's cracking picture of a squirrel - it could win you a family portrait, on us.