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"When I asked the gatekeeper if we can go in for free as per the rules, she refused.
A letter on their behalf by Cllr Mackie said: "Westgate Street residents are already subjected to crime and disorder from intoxicated people using and exiting The Gatekeeper up until 9pm and the situation can only be worse if the doors are allowed to be open for a further two hours.
He pointed out under its single gatekeeper system, Bernas prioritised the welfare of the farmers, safeguard food security, and protected consumers' welfare.
Through its Gatekeeper, DataSentry and Traffic Control products, Mobius helps MNO's eliminate voice and data fraud.
Boteti East MP, Mr Sethomo Lelatisitswe had asked the minister if he was aware of the abuse of office by veterinary senior officers against gatekeepers which happened sometimes in 1992 and of the retired gatekeeper in Mmatshumo who was suspended without pay from 1992 to 1995, and was later reinstated in 1995 until he retired.
The SSP said that the girl's mother today went to the school to confront the gatekeeper. The ensuing racket alerted area residents of what was happening, and they caught and beat the gatekeeper before handing him over to the Rangers.
The parent's public outrage alerted local residents who caught and beat the gatekeeper before handing him over to authorities, police officials said.
I knew this going in to the study and I anticipated difficulties, especially given that I am not an established academic, but I assumed my positionality and the trust of a gatekeeper would help pave the way.
This problem is being addressed by new gatekeeper teams as well.
Steffan Jones, 32, from New Quay in Ceredigion, watched the match at the Cardiff City Stadium with four friends and went to The Gatekeeper on Westgate Street after the game.
According to the PR sources, gatekeeper Mubashar Hussain and Incharge Way Inspector Asghar Ali has been suspended while police has been ordered to arrest the gatekeeper after registering a case against him.
A gatekeeper is described as someone who controls access to an institution or an organisation such as a school principal, managing director or administrator.