March of solidarity to be held in Limerick today
Over a thousand people are expected to take part in a march in Limerick against violence in the city.
It's been organised by the father of murdered local businessman Roy Collins.
The 35-year-old father of two was shot dead on April 9th at his business premises in the Roxboro Shopping Centre.
His father Steve Collins believes the march - which gets underway at 3pm - gives people an opportunity to show their lack of tolerance for criminal gangs in Limerick.
He's also calling for tougher laws to deal with the gangs.
A minute's silence will be observed at today's rally for those killed in gang related violence.