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Claim comparing Slough to Rotherham children's services scandal thrown out

Claim comparing Slough to Rotherham children's services scandal thrown out

Slough MP and Langley councillor show a united front over HEX depot move

Slough MP and Langley councillor show a united front over HEX depot move

Fraudster pleads guilty to charges involving sports clubs, but disputes amounts taken

Fraudster pleads guilty to charges involving sports clubs, but disputes amounts taken

Cameras now in operation to give red light jumpers £100 fine and three points

Cameras in operation to give red light jumpers £100 fine and three points from today

Rain fails to dampen the enthusiasm at mela held at school

Rain fails to dampen the enthusiasm at annual mela held at school

Kate Flower with a horse abandoned at Animal Sanctuary last year

Villagers vote to given animal sanctuary a new home

Slough man sentenced to six months in prison for assault and drug offences

Slough man sentenced to six months in prison for assault and drug offences

Najeebullah Hussaini has been found

Missing child from Slough found

Year 10 students getting ready for work

Students get 'work ready' with three day conference

Discussions 're-commenced' over new Slough Fire Station

Discussions 're-commenced' over new Slough Fire Station

SportsAble chief's delight at receiving MBE

SportsAble chief's delight at receiving MBE

Philmore Mills

Officers cleared of misconduct in the death of Philmore Mills

Cox Green mum nominated for hotel industry award

Charity calls for help from businesses in bid to create county's first children's hospice

Students learn life lessons to make them ready for the world of work

Sport

Getting ready: Slough Town joint-boss Neil Baker (centre) is keen for the Rebels to make a fast start to the Southern League Premier Division.

Baker urges Slough to hit the ground running

Mark Cavendish urges support for Help For Heroes' Hero Ride 2015

WSEH Athletics Club storm to British Men's League victory

Lauren Roach wins the HorseQuest UK Sapphire Championships

South Bucks Archers strike gold at the West Windsor Archery Club May Day tournament

Slough Cricket Club edged out in battle with Henley

Mark Tallentire aims to stabilise and end Burnham FC's blues

Slough Cricket Club set sights on Henley in clash of the titans

Burnham Cricket Club will learn from first day defeat, says Harveer Gandam

EXCLUSIVE: Iver Heath Rovers FC impress despite Ascot & District Cup final defeat

Farnham Common Cricket Club unveil new nets

Slough Amateur Boxing Club star Kaileb Appleton crowned Home Counties Champion

Slough Cricket Club beat Harefield for opening day win

Burnham FC appoint Mark Tallentire as new first team manager

National Sport

IOC president Thomas Bach has admitted Rio 2016 faces serious challenges

Rio organisers face "challenges"

Steven Caulker appears to be on the move again

Saints seal Caulker loan move

Miguel Herrera has been sacked as Mexico coach after allegedly punching a television reporter

Herrera sacked as Mexico coach

Tiger Woods has endured a miserable 2015 season so far

Woods hopeful of upturn in fortune

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Tom Robinson announces tour dates

Tom Robinson announces tour dates

TOM Robinson has announced the dates for his latest tour. This also comes on the back of him releasing his first album in two decades - Only The Now. Special guests appearing on the record include John Grant, Billy Bragg, Martin Carthy, Colin Firth, Nadine Shah, Lee Forsyth Griffiths Lisa Knapp, Sir Ian McKellen, TV Smith, and Nitin Sawhney. Inspired by the new music he has heard through his 6 Music show, Tom Robinson has returned with his first new album in twenty years  'Only The Now' a record made with award-winning producer and multi-instrumentalist Gerry Diver.  The songs are as vibrant and edgy as any he’s ever written: the sound of a veteran craftsman – drawing on his long, rich fund of experience – with a renewed energy and purpose. The first track taken from the album ‘Don't Jump, Don't Fall’ is already out and features guest vocals from Mancunian artist Lee Forsyth Griffths.  Tom plays many festivals this summer and a showcase at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall in September and a 15 date tour with Kitten Pyramid throughout October and November.  Tom's touring lineup includes Faithless drummer Andy Treacey, producer/multi instrumentalist Gerry Diver, session guitarist Adam Phillips (Richard Ashcroft, Cher, Rod Stewart), and guest vocalist/guitarist Lee Forsyth Griffiths. Tom Robinson is a songwriter and broadcaster born in 1950. His career started in 1975 and he enjoyed chart success fronting his own Tom Robinson Band (TRB) with hits such as Glad To Be Gay, 2-4-6-8 Motorway and Up Against The Wall. After releasing a further ten albums, he began hosting radio programmes on all the BBC's major networks - where over the past 13 years he’s become a staunch champion of independent bands and emerging artists.  Tom Robinson will be at Newbury Arlington Arts Centre on October 28. For more information visit www.arlingtonartscentre.co.uk

Police chief uses Slough conference to slam schools for lack of 'co-operation’ in tackling honour-based violence.

Police chief uses Slough conference to slam schools for lack of 'co-operation’ in tackling honour-based violence.

Cycleway set to link Maidenhead, Taplow and Slough after £1.4m grant

Cycleway set to link Maidenhead, Taplow and Slough with £1.4m grant edging close

Jeena International founder Rani Bilkhu has spoken out about 'sexting'

Young people in Slough warned of 'sexting' dangers by charity founder