professional and remunerated
athletes, who, despite taking part in
Meanwhile, Hartlepool MP Peter Mandelson's interests included eight listed as remunerated
employment, including between pounds 10,000 and pounds 15,000 for a GQ magazine column.
employment, office, profession etc: Regular column in the Mail on Sunday.
For another show, called Person Remunerated
for a Period of 360 Consecutive Hours, an asylum seeker was bricked up behind a wall for 15 days - and fed through a hatch.
Participants will be remunerated
monetarily and possibly with continuing professional education credit.
Farmers expressed concern over the welfare of their sheep and cattle immediately following the reports, but authorities stated any livestock damages would be remunerated
. Authorities also stated the wolf, or wolves, posed no threat to the general public.
Clergy who live in their own homes can be remunerated
either by a stipend plus a cash amount for a housing allowance, or a straight salary.
"The development of this industry will be severely hampered if we do not find a sustainable way of securing experienced, properly remunerated
stable staff to undertake the vital job of caring for our racehorses."
To this end, she believes that raising children should be remunerated
Mr Mmolotsi said civil servants were integral drivers of the country's economy, therefore they should be fully remunerated
based on the important role they play towards economic growth and service delivery.
The accounts show that the "highest-paid director" - understood to be McClaren - was remunerated
PS674,000 in wages for his failed ninemonth spell at the helm.
Teachers are also being directed to withdraw co-operation for the new Junior Cycle Framework and not to undertake any duties arising from vacated middlemanagement positions unless they are remunerated
for their pensions.