66th National Sitting of the Scottish Youth Parliament Brings Young People to Region

first_imgNeal McCulloch AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInMore than 160 young people from every corner of Scotland are heading to Stranraer this weekend (Saturday 9th – Sunday 10th June) for the Scottish Youth Parliament’s 66th National Sitting.Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYPs) will be setting up in the Ryan Centre and Dumfries and Galloway College for two jam packed days of workshops, training sessions, discussions, consultations, and debates, in addition to updates on the progress of SYP’s national campaign on young people’s rights, Right Here, Right Now.MSYPs are also delighted that the keynote address will be given by Judith Robertson, Chair of the Scottish Human Rights Commission. The Scottish Human Rights Commission was set up by the Scottish Parliament in 2006 to promote and protect human rights for everyone in Scotland. The SHRC is an independent National Human Rights Institution – one of over 100 around the world.Judith has had long-standing involvement in social justice campaigning andadvocating for the rights of many disadvantaged groups. As Chair of the Commission, she provides strategic leadership and direction to the Commission’s work to promote and protect human rights for everyone in Scotland, including through Scotland’s National Action Plan for Human Rights.On the Sunday, the membership will have the important business of the charity’s AGM, at which the new Board of Trustees will be elected.It won’t be a case of all work and no play, however, as Dumfries and Galloway has planned a spectacular itinerary for MSYPs as part of their Year of Young People celebrations. With a barbecue, open mic session, ceilidh and other activities on the Friday evening before the Sitting, and a festival-themed event on the Saturday night – including a surprise mystery guest – the visiting MSYPs will undoubtedly have a brilliant time complete with a warm D&G welcome! One of the MSYPs for Galloway & West Dumfries, Neal McCulloch said, “It’s brilliant that the fourth sitting of our term as an MSYP for Dumfries and Galloway will take place not only in my home constituency, but my home town of Stranraer. MSYPs from right across Scotland from the Borders to Shetland will be coming to our region for a weekend to remember. Derry, Emily, Emma and I are excited to highlight the amazing opportunities for young people in our part of the country.”Ahead of MSYPs’ arrival in Stranraer for SYP66, Councillor Adam Wilson, Dumfries and Galloway Council Young People’s Champion said, “Dumfries and Galloway Council is delighted to welcome this SYP Sitting to Stranraer. The SYP Sitting is one of our seven signature events as part of our Council’s ambitious Year of Young People Plan. I look forward to welcoming MSYPs to the region on Saturday morning and to helping in the AGM process on Sunday.”Trustee Sonny Thomason MSYP said: “We are delighted to be heading to Stranraer this weekend for the Scottish Youth Parliament’s 66th National Sitting. I know we can look forward to another fantastic weekend filled with debate, discussion and lots of hard work.“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in bringing this Sitting together, including all at Dumfries and Galloway Council. In particular, I’d like to thank the Support Workers and awesome local MSYPs for welcoming us to their ‘patch’ – we can’t wait to get started!“I’d also like to offer my thanks to Judith Robertson for being our keynote speaker. We are very fortunate to have the support of Judith and the SHRC for our campaign on young people’s rights, Right Here, Right Now, and are proud to have them as allies as we continue to champion the rights of young people across the country.”last_img read more

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USDA will utilize nearly $16 million to immediately help farmers hit by drought

first_imgThis week, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said that USDA will utilize nearly $16 million in financial and technical assistance to immediately help crop and livestock producers in 19 states cope with the adverse impacts of the historic drought.In addition, USDA will initiate a transfer of $14 million in unobligated program funds into the Emergency Conservation Program.advertisementadvertisementThese funds can be used to assist in moving water to livestock in need and rehabilitating lands severely impacted by the drought. Together these efforts should provide nearly $30 million to producers struggling with drought conditions. Earlier this week, President Obama convened his White House Rural Council to review Executive Branch response actions and to develop additional policy initiatives to assist drought-stricken Americans.Following the meeting, the White House announced a number of new measures, including USDA’s assistance for livestock and crop producers, the National Credit Union Administration’s increased capacity for lending to customers including farmers, and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s emergency waivers for federal truck weight regulations and hours of service requirements to drought-stricken communities.Within the last month, USDA has opened the Conservation Reserve Program to emergency haying and grazing, has lowered the borrower interest rate for emergency loans, and has worked with crop insurance companies to provide more flexibility to farmers. USDA has also announced the following:Allowing producers to modify current EQIP contracts to allow for grazing, livestock watering, and other conservation activities to address drought conditions.Authorizing haying and grazing of Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) easement areas in drought-affected areas where haying and grazing is consistent with conservation of wildlife habitat and wetlands.Lowering the reduction in the annual rental payment to producers on CRP acres used for emergency haying or grazing from 25 percent to 10 percent in 2012.Simplifying the Secretarial disaster designation process and reduced the time it takes to designate counties affected by disasters by 40 percent.Following this week’s USDA announcement, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will use $16 million in existing funds from its Wildlife Habitat Incentive Program (WHIP) and Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) to target states experiencing exceptional and extreme drought.The states with exceptional, or the most severe, drought are Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky and Nebraska. States experiencing extreme drought are Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Nevada, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Wisconsin.advertisementNRCS state conservationists will announce special signups for WHIP and EQIP funds which will allow eligible producers to apply for selected conservation practices. These practices include prescribed grazing, livestock watering facilities and water conservation practices.Eligible producers also can re-apply for financial assistance to re-install or re-apply failed conservation practices due to drought and modify existing contracts to re-schedule planned conservation practices.In addition, USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will transfer $14 million in unobligated program funds into the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP).ECP provides emergency funding and technical assistance for farmers and ranchers to rehabilitate farmland damaged by natural disasters and for carrying out emergency water conservation measures in periods of severe drought.Vilsack also signed disaster designations for an additional 44 counties in 12 states as primary natural disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by drought and excessive heat. These counties are in the states of Arkansas, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma and South Dakota.During the 2012 crop year, USDA has designated 1,628 unduplicated counties across 33 states as disaster areas – 1,496 due to drought – making all qualified farm operators in the areas eligible for low-interest emergency loans.advertisementThe U.S. Drought Monitor indicates that 66 percent of the nation’s hay acreage is in an area experiencing drought, while approximately 73 percent of the nation’s cattle acreage is in an area experiencing drought.During the week ending Aug. 5, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) reported that U.S. soybeans rated 39 percent very poor to poor, surpassing the lowest conditions observed during the drought of 1988.NASS also reported that 50 percent of the U.S. corn crop was rated very poor to poor. In addition, 59 percent of the nation’s pastures and rangeland are rated very poor or poor.Click here for the latest information regarding USDA’s drought response and assistance. PD—From USDA news releaselast_img read more

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Farmington, Farmington Hills election results

first_imgHere’s how Farmington and Farmington Hills voters cast their ballots on Tuesday, Nov. 7, with election winners in bold type. Results are unofficial.Farmington totalVotes cast: 2,359 of 7,429 registered (31.77%)Greg Cowley, incumbent – 628Bill Galvin, incumbent – 1,278Joe LaRussa – 1,256Jeff Scott, incumbent – 1,075Maria Taylor – 1,567Farmington Hills totalVotes cast: 11,357 of 61,200 registered (18.5%)MayorKenneth Massey (unopposed) – 9,396City Council Michael Bridges – 7,055Valerie Knol – 7,595Mary Newlin – 5,362Samantha Steckloff – 7,041Farmington Public Schools Non-Homestead Operating MillageYes – 9,309No – 3,877Get election updates and more local headlines sent toyour inbox every morning (except Sunday). Reported by admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Cypress Introduces Low-Power Bluetooth MCUs with Mesh Networking Capability for IoT Devices

first_imgCypress Semiconductor is sampling two low-power, dual-mode Bluetooth 5.0 and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) microcontrollers (MCUs) that include support for Bluetooth mesh networking for the Internet of Things (IoT). The new CYW20819 and CYW20820 MCUs each provide simultaneous Bluetooth 5.0 audio and BLE connections, delivering low-power wireless solutions that enable music and voice commands for battery-powered fitness bands, health monitoring devices, and voice remotes. Designers can also use the solutions to develop low-cost, low-power Bluetooth mesh network devices that can communicate with each other—and with smartphones, tablets and voice-controlled home assistants—via simple, ubiquitous, and hub-free Bluetooth connectivity.The CYW20819 Bluetooth/BLE MCU has the ability to maintain Serial Port Profile (SPP) protocol connections and Bluetooth mesh connections simultaneously. The CYW20820 offers the same features and integrates a power amplifier (PA) with up to 10 dBm output power for long-range applications up to 400 meters and whole-home coverage. This provides classic Bluetooth tablet and smartphone connections while enabling a low-power, standards-compliant mesh network for sensor-based smart home or enterprise applications.The Arm Cortex-M4 core enables operation at 60% lower active power for connected 200ms beacons compared to current solutions—delivering up to an industry-leading 123 days of battery life from a CR2032 coin cell battery. The MCU is ideal for wearables, sensors, remote controls, smart home lighting and medical devices, and they are forward and backward compatible for dual-mode mouse and keyboard HID applications.According to Brian Bedrosian, Vice President of Marketing for the IoT Compute and Wireless Business Unit at Cypress, providing the convenience and enjoyment of voice control, music and even audio coaching for fitness bands and health monitoring devices has not been possible without sacrificing battery life, but Cypress’ new low-power Bluetooth MCUs have solved this challenge. These MCUs are key additions to Cypress’ industry-leading IoT connectivity portfolio, providing low-power, cost-efficient, and high-performance solutions that meet demands for rigorous reliability for interoperable Bluetooth mesh applications, voice remotes, and audio-enabled wearables.Previously, users needed to be in the immediate vicinity of a Bluetooth device to control it without an added hub. Using Bluetooth mesh networking technology, combined with the high-performance integrated PA in the CYW20820, the devices within a network can communicate with each other to easily provide coverage throughout even the largest homes, allowing users to conveniently control all of the devices via apps on their smartphones, tablets, and smart-speakers.The CYW20819 and CYW20820 MCUs are supported by Cypress’ ModusToolbox development tools, which provide sample code and applications for Bluetooth mesh and sensor kits. Cypress also offers the CYW20719, CYW20706, and CYW20735 BLE solutions and the CYW43438 and CYW43570 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth combo solutions, delivering fully compliant Bluetooth mesh for devices and Wi-Fi connected smart homes.Additionally, Cypress offers a CYW20819-based certified Bluetooth module (CYBT-213043-02) and two evaluation kits that are now open for pre-ordering: Cypress’ Bluetooth solutions share a common, widely-deployed Bluetooth stack and are supported in the latest version of Cypress’ Wireless Internet Connectivity for Embedded Devices (WICED) software development kit (SDK), applied in the ModusToolbox suite, which streamlines the integration of wireless technologies for developers of smart home lighting and appliances, as well as healthcare applications.Cypress’ ModusToolbox suite brings best-in-class connectivity, computing, security, and sensing together in a single platform. It combines the rich design resources of Cypress’ wireless libraries and the analog and digital peripheral libraries of its PSoC microcontrollers with an open-source, Eclipse-based Integrated Design Environment (IDE). Purpose-built hardware, multi-vendor RTOS support, and standards-based security solutions provide a solid foundation that is validated by various cloud services. ModusToolbox unifies Cypress’ offerings, providing open access to third-party solutions, and freeing engineers to focus on delivering high-value, differentiated products.Cypress is demonstrating its Bluetooth MCUs, along with its complete embedded systems solution portfolio the Embedded World 2019 trade show in Nuremberg, Germany from February 26-28. The Cypress CYW20819EVB-02 Evaluation Kit for evaluation and development with the CYW20819 MCU will be available in March 2019; And the Cypress Mesh Evaluation Kit (CYBT-213043-MESH), featuring a Bluetooth 5.0-qualified and regulatory-certified module based on the CYW20819 MCU for development of Bluetooth mesh applications, will be available in the second quarter of 2019.last_img read more

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No. 18 West Florida Wins Ninth Straight in 2-0 Win Over UAH

first_imgNo. 18 West Florida Wins Ninth Straight in 2-0 Win Over UAH Ali Ryan made a season-high seven saves in UWF’s 2-0 shutout over UAH (Photo by Ron Besser) PENSACOLA, Fla. – Sophomore Monica Malavassi (San Jose, Costa Rica/Methodist HS) scored goals on two corner kicks, and junior goalkeeper Ali Ryan (Batemans Bay, Australia/Darton) made seven saves in No. 18 West Florida’s 2-0 shutout in Gulf South Conference women’s soccer action over Alabama-Huntsville on Friday.  UWF won its ninth straight and improved to 11-2 overall and 4-0 in GSC play, dropped UAH to 6-6, 2-3.The win extended UWF’s GSC regular season winning streak to 46 games, dating back to 2003.Both of the Argonauts’ goals came on corner kicks, and both were headed in by Malavassi.  The sophomore added two goals to her season total, giving her seven this season.  Junior Tina Murray (Kingston, Jamaica/Meridian CC) took both corner kicks, and her two assists gave her six for the season, ranking her second on the team.Ryan faced one of her toughest challenges of the year, and she kept the Chargers off the board and made several sprawling saves along the way.  Her seven saves were a season-high, and the shutout improved her goals against average to 1.28.The Argos finished with a 21-12 shot advantage, and they also held the edge in corner kicks at 5-2.  UAH goalkeeper Lauren Kelly matches Ryan with seven saves of her own.UWF will look for another GSC victory as the Argos host Delta State on Sunday, Oct. 17 at 12:30 p.m.  For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.Print Friendly Versioncenter_img Sharelast_img read more

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Blue Jackets Forward Zac Dalpe Assigned To Cleveland Monsters

first_img Eli Mooneyham Related TopicsZac Dalpe The Columbus Blue Jackets made a roster move on Friday regarding front-line business, as they assigned forward Zac Dalpe to their AHL affiliate, the Cleveland Monsters. Dalpe struggled mightily in ten games for the Blue Jackets, not finding his flow with Columbus after having a solid season last year for the Monsters.On the flip side of the coin, Cleveland gets back one of their top offensive threats from a season ago. Dalpe had a rejuvenation of sorts after being let go by the Iowa Wild. Following the release, Dalpe found a home rather quickly in Northeast Ohio. He put the puck in the back of the net eight times over the span of twenty games while also racking up six assists. Dalpe made his presence felt and found himself playing on the top forwards line with Ryan Craig and T.J. Tynan last season. Dalpe’s scoring outburst nearly led the Monsters to a Calder Cup Playoff berth. Following the season, he was able to earn a spot on the Blue Jackets roster at the beginning of the year. Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling. Dalpe will more than likely find himself in the Monsters’ lineup as early as Saturday night against the Milwaukee Admirals.last_img read more

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Indians Bench Coach Brad Mills Opts Out of Coaching for the 2020 Season

first_img Related TopicsBrad MillsfeaturedIndians Indians bench coach and longtime friend of Terry Francona, Brad Mills will not be with the team this season, as he has opted out of the 2020 shortened season.“Brad Mills elected to go home to his family and he left Saturday afternoon,” Francona said. Mills’ family tragically lost 18 month old Beau Mills back in February back in Granberry, Texas. He was the son of one time Indians first-round draft choice Beau Mills. Francona said that as of now there is no decision on who will take over for Mills, who joined the Indians when Francona became manager in 2013.Mills also was with Francona when he was the manager in Philadelphia and Boston. NEOSI Stafflast_img

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Callaway’s Heath hopes Ole Miss, MSU offers translate to more

first_imgCallaway's Malik Heath picked up offers from Mississippi State and Ole Miss at camps last weekendCallaway’s Malik Heath picked up offers from Mississippi State and Ole Miss at camps last weekendFriday was the beginning of what looks to be a promising future for Callaway wide receiver Malik Heath.Following his performance at Big Dawg Camp, Mississippi State receivers coach Billy Gonazles extended an offer to the rising sophomore.“He told me he really liked my work ethic, liked me a lot and that he wants to play with me for the next couple of years,” Heath said. “He said ‘You already know you have your offer.’”On Saturday, Ole Miss’ coaches liked what they saw, too, and offered Heath during camp.The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder isn’t even ranked yet and has nearly 30 percent of the SEC West locked up before he plays a down this fall. Heath hopes that momentum will continue over the next couple of months and translate into more offers, including LSU and other Division I powerhouses.“I really think I have the chance to play at any college in the SEC or Pac 12,” he said. “I’ve had my eyes on Oregon. Their offense is just fast. You have to work to be in that offense and that’s what I want to do.”The wide receiver was named a second team freshman All-American by MaxPreps last season. Heath also plays some quarterback and in the Chargers’ secondary.Under second-year coach Patrick Austin, Callaway is still rebuilding, but with several notable Division I prospects on the field this year, Heath believes the Chargers will trump their 5-8 season from a year ago.“Last year we bought in too late later in the season,” he said. “This year we’re going to surprise everybody. Callaway is going to shock everybody.”last_img read more

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LSU’s Mills has surgery; Harris still ‘has lead’ at QB

first_imgLSU safety Jalen Mills (28) has already had surgery, but there is not timetable on his return from a leg injury.LSU safety Jalen Mills (28) has already had surgery, but there is not timetable on his return from a leg injury.BATON ROUGE – LSU senior safety Jalen Mills had surgery on his ankle early this week, and LSU coach Les Miles was unsure how much longer that will keep him out of action this season.“He did,” Miles said Tuesday night when asked about Mills’ recent surgery. When asked how that has changed the amount of time Mills may be out of action, Miles said, “I don’t know. I’m still harboring personal feelings that we can get him back sooner rather than later. I don’t know exactly how soon that is.”Mills injured his ankle last week at practice and at the time was expected to miss LSU’s first two or perhaps three games this season. The No. 14 Tigers open the season a week from Saturday against McNeese State in Tiger Stadium.Mills, a senior from DeSoto, Texas, leads LSU in career starts with 39. He started in 2012 and ’13 at cornerback before moving to safety last season. Just last Saturday, Miles seemed confident Mills would not miss a lot of action.LSU’s Dwayne Thomas is back from injury and arrest“He’ll get back as soon as he can, and we’re optimistic about that,” Miles said after a scrimmage on Saturday. “I would not put too long a time frame on it. I don’t want him to hear me say four weeks or three weeks or five weeks. I don’t want to put anything on him (like a deadline).”Junior Rickey Jefferson has replaced Mills at one safety with sophomore Jamal Adams at the other safety spot.The Tigers held a scrimmage of about 100 plays at Tiger Stadium until about 9 p.m. Tuesday.“It was a very productive scrimmage. It was ones versus twos and scouts. Good workout,” Miles said. “Didn’t appear that we had any serious injuries in any way. I thought we threw and caught the ball well. I want to say we were right around 65 percent completions. We threw for 250. We rushed for 337. They busted a couple of big runs. I think there’s a talented football team here. We’ve still got a lot of things to clean up. I hate pre-snap penalties. We’re going to work on that. There will be segments of our practices as we go forward that will be just about being perfect.”HARRIS STILL LEADS: Sophomore Brandon Harris remains the first team quarterback with the season opener on Sept. 5. He has been in that spot since practice began on Aug. 6 after starting only one game in 2014 and playing sparingly in the second half of the season.“Well, right now Brandon Harris certainly has the lead,” Miles said. “But again, we’ll do what we’ve done. We like both of our guys. And Brandon Harris certainly is the leader at this point.”Miles was asked why Harris has been ahead of junior Anthony Jennings, who started 12 of 13 games last season but struggled often.“He’s not lost his position,” Miles said of Harris. “He’s kind of put himself in that position based on a summer’s body of work, and he’s continued that path.”Harris worked exclusively with LSU’s receivers in 7-on-7 drills in June and July as Jennings was suspended from the team for a June arrest. Charges were later dropped.Miles said Harris threw for 66 yards with three touchdowns in the scrimmage. Jennings threw for 80 yards and one touchdown, Miles said. Much of the scrimmage was spent within the 25-yard line so neither quarterback had many opportunities to drive the offense the length of the field, Miles said.MILES ON FALLEN TROOPER: Miles opened his post-scrimmage press conference by discussing Steven J. Vincent, a Louisiana State trooper who died Monday after being shot in the line of duty on Sunday near Lake Charles.“We lost an officer, Steven Vincent, who had a wife and a 9-year-old child,” Miles said. “To come to a motorist’s assistance, somebody that was in a ditch and lose your life, there’s nothing right about it. My father wore those state policeman hats (as a county sheriff in Ohio). It’s sad. It’s not right.”Coverage of LSU and Glenn Guilbeau commentary supported by Hebert’s Town and Country Auto Dealer in Shreveport located at 1155 E. Bert Kouns. Research your next Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM at http://www.hebertstandc.com/last_img read more

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Transfer gossip: Newcastle said to be considering move for QPR star

first_imgQPR are among several clubs keen on former Huddersfield and Wolves winger Rajiv Van La Parra, the Daily Mail say.The Dutchman is available on a free transfer after leaving Serbian champions Red Star Belgrade.The Mail say he is wanted by Norwich and Swansea and that there is interest from a number of other clubs, including the R’s.Leeds now linked with Osayi-SamuelLeeds United are interested in Bright Osayi-Samuel, according to Football Insider.West London Sport revealed on Thursday that QPR had rejected a bid from Belgian outfit Club Brugge for the winger.Football Insider say they have been told by a Leeds source that the Yorkshire club have been monitoring Osayi-Samuel.A number of other clubs have been linked with him, including West Brom and Burnley.Related West London Sport story: QPR reject bid for Osayi-SamuelClubs linked with keeper DiengEmbed from Getty Images Norwich and Burnley want to sign goalkeeper Seny Dieng from QPR this summer, Football Insider also claim.Dieng, 25, has impressed while on loan at Doncaster, having previously also done well during a loan spell in Scotland with Dundee.Now it’s claimed Premier League clubs are keen on him and that there is also interest from Birmingham City.Sun reckon QPR want UgboEmbed from Getty Images QPR want Chelsea youngster Ike Ugbo in a £2.5m deal, it’s claimed.The Sun say Rangers are keen to snap up the 21-year-old striker.He was on loan at Dutch second tier side FA Roda until the season was cancelled last month because of the coronavirus pandemic.He has previously been on loan at MK Dons, Barnsley and Scunthorpe.The Sun describe Ugbo, who has not made a first-team appearance for the Blues, as a “Chelsea whizkid” and claim he is “rated as one of the top young prospects” at Stamford Bridge.League One club Coventry City are also said to be interested in him.[scriptless] Some of the recent transfer speculation involving QPR…Newcastle are the latest club to be linked with QPR star Ebere Eze.AdChoices广告West London Sport revealed in January that an approach for Eze from Crystal Palace had been rejected, having previously revealed that the Eagles were monitoring him.Reports elsewhere have linked him with several other clubs, including Chelsea, Tottenham, Sheffield United and West Ham.And The Chronicle reports that Newcastle are monitoring Eze ahead of a possible move for him.Levante reportedly want UrieQPR face competition from Spanish club Levante in a pursuit of Axel Urie, according to France Football.Rangers have been monitoring the 21-year-old winger, who is coming to the end of his contract at French club Guingamp, where he has been offered a new deal.France Football say a move looks likely but that Levante are also keen on Urie, who joined Guingamp from Nimes last summer.Related West London Sport story: QPR interested in French winger UrieQPR keen on Van La Parra, Mail sayEmbed from Getty Images Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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