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Renua leader Lucinda Creighton says a complaint to the Standards in Public Office Commission (SIPO) is part of a "dirty tricks campaign" against her.
She is claiming someone is trying to use SIPO "for political ends", adding that any such attempt is 'morally bankrupt'.
A man has been shot in the Clondalkin area of Dublin.
The 23-year-old was found in a house at Old Tower Crescent shortly before 6.00am this morning.
Fine Gael has launched its General Election manifesto, describing it as their 'Long Term Economic Plan'.
The manifesto includes a pledge to create 200,000 new jobs by 2020, and to reduce the unemployment rate to 6%.
US President Barack Obama has told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to stop air strikes against moderate Syrian rebels, says the White House.
In Saturday's telephone call, Mr Obama stressed to Mr Putin the need to relieve the blockade of besieged parts of the war-torn country so humanitarian aid can be allowed in, according to the White House.
A dissident republican from Tyrone has been identified by gardai as one of the gunmen who carried out a shooting at a boxing match weigh-in at a Dublin hotel earlier this month.