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KERRY'S EYE THIS WEEK - Published Thursday 30th July, 2014

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Chinese visit Kerry

It is hoped to build stronger links between China and Kerry to promote Kerry as a place to do business, study and holiday following the visit by Governor of the Zhejiang Province, Jiwei Zheng, last weekend.

The Chinese delegation spent the weekend in Tralee meeting political and business representatives as well as enjoying a mini-Chinese festival

Stars Wars Return

It is now almost certain that Skellig Michael will once again be used as a location for the filming of the next instalment of Stars Wars V111. Discussions have been ongoing over the past few months to finalise the details. This follows on from last year's coup when Star Wars V11 was filmed on the heritage site

Cinema Evacuation

Fears that the gas leak at the Aquadome on Saturday night may have been caused after the tanks were tampered with. A report is to undertaken by Flogas to determine the cause of the incident which led to 400 people being evacuated from the cinema.

Graveyard Fury Killarney

Killarney councillors fear that people will be buried in 'rock and water for the rest of their lives' due to the lack of graveyard space at Aghadoe Graveyard in Killarney.

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Tackling the silent killer

It’s Kildare!

Whilst many pundits were looking at the Fermanagh v Westmeath match for Kerry’s next opponents, it was Kildare who pulled off the shock beating Cork. Now a bright Lily-white outfit, full of direct running, will test the Kingdom this Sunday in Croke Park.

Read Mike Quirke on his memories of quarter finals, Mike Ferriter’s look at Kildare and Sylvester Hennessy’s forensic analysis of Kildare in this week’s Kerry’s Eye.

Minors are out

Kerry are sending two minor teams into the All Ireland quarter finals this weekend. Firstly the hurlers, captained by Lixnaw’s John Buckley, face Kildare in Newbridge.

Then on Monday in Tullamore the footballers face Sligo

Read the best previews only in this week’s Kerry’s Eye.

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