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Wednesday 8 February 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Open

Last year
2022
# Early Days
Shibuno takes slim lead at Women’s Open, Maguire level par after opening round
Stephanie Meadow had tougher start at Muirfield.
# Old Course
Rory McIlroy shares Open lead as he chases ‘Holy Grail of golf’ at St Andrews
He is level on 16 under par with Ryder Cup team-mate and playing partner Viktor Hovland.
All time
Lowry headline act as Hong Kong Open set to go ahead 6 weeks after postponement
Pro-democracy protests have gripped the city in recent months.
# transition
Snookered: Ex-world champion flops in Open golf bid
Shaun Murphy and ex-international cricketer Sean Ervine both failed to make the cut.
# Startups and tech
&Open wants to help companies re-think their approach to corporate gifting
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the Dublin company.
# roofgate
'You’d have to ask the Irish guys what their mentality is' - Roof stays open in Cardiff
Ireland made a request for the roof not to be closed despite the poor forecast.
# The Beast
'I always go into Carnoustie with a bit of trepidation' - Padraig Harrington relishing return to 'The Beast'
The Dubliner shot an opening round three under par at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship yesterday.
# AIM
Jordan Spieth seeks to emulate Padraig Harrington
The American is hoping to become the first player since Irishman Padraig Harrington in 2007/08 to win back to back Opens.
# disappointing finish
Good week at the Open for Leona Maguire but she's pipped for best amateur prize
A disappointing final round meant that the Cavan native missed out on an historic feat.
# thursday
We'll Leave it There So: Agony for Mickelson, Ireland's Fifa rankings boost and all today's sport
Plus, two League of Ireland clubs were in action in Europe.
# TechGuide
This is how you can change default apps on Android
Sometimes you might want to open up a different app the next time you choose a link.
# Your Say
Poll: Should pubs open on Good Friday?
The Government are considering the issue, but what do you think?
# open sesame
Here's how to open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew
You may need this advice later tonight.
# rules are rules
Why did Rory McIlroy refuse to sign this kid's autograph?
The Open champ has come in for some awful stick.
# Open
'I don’t see what a person's sexuality has to do with anything' - Ger Brennan
The Dublin and St Vincent’s footballer has stressed the importance of diversity and inclusiveness within the GAA and sport as a whole.
# notanaprilfools
Not An April Fool: NGOs share unbelievable facts
A dozen non-governmental organisations tweeted on the topics of homelessness, emigration, and adult literacy.
# force is strong
So... why are there Stormtroopers outside Croke Park?
Don’t worry, we’re not under attack.
# Childcare
Childcare costs leave parents struggling to pay household bills
A survey has shown that costs are also preventing many parents from taking up employment.
# Mater
Final vigil outside Mater Hospital as Emergency Department opens
The new emergency department at the hospital will open tomorrow.
# rebel week
Cork towns and homes asked to host... marching bands
Towns and districts of Cork are being asked to host one marching band in their locality during Rebel Week.
# Enterprise
Enterprise Rent-A-Car opens first franchise in 55 years
Guerin Car Rental Solutions in Portugal was appointed a franchisee, bringing the brand’s European presence to six countries.
# Jobswatch
Cork's Savoy venue to re-open, creating 65 new jobs
The venue, which is located in a historic building in the city, will have live events, trapeze artists and 3D mapping visuals .
# open house dublin
11 places to visit during Open House Dublin
Access a building that normally isn’t open to the public during this free event, which takes place from today until Sunday.
# pathetic fallacy
Sunshine brightens prospects for Open Championship
Weather forecasts predict that golfers may well be in for dry conditions throughout the event.
# Open
VIDEO: Wade Davis on being gay in the NFL
The former cornerback says his biggest fear of coming out was losing the “family” that was his team-mates.
# Single Parents
Charities say Social Welfare Bill will push one-parent families into poverty
The Social Welfare Bill being brought to the Dáil proposes to send single parents onto the dole when their youngest child turns 7.
# Social Welfare
Changes to single parent payments proposed in Social Welfare bill
The proposals include reducing the maximum age of the youngest child for receipt of the One-Parent Family Payment to just 7-years-old by 2014.
# S.P.A.R.K.
GALLERY: Single parents protest at 'discriminatory' Budget cuts
The SPARK (Single Parents Acting for the Rights of Kids) group took to the streets against cuts to allowances and schemes.
# Rock Bingo
Rock Bingo declared "lawful", will open on New Year's Day
The bingo hall in Togher, Cork, had been closed following a garda raid in November. The High Court has declared the operation to be lawful and it will open on new year’s day.
# Golden Moment
The best of The Open: The Golden Bear bows out
We continue our look back at seminal moments from the Open Championship, as Jack Nicklaus birdies his final hole at St. Andrews in 2005.