One hundred and thirty jobs are proposed to be cut at the Health Ministry, Director-General of Health Stephen McKernan said today.

The ministry is consulting staff about its restructure proposal designed to support the changes to the health system that began in October last year.

The proposal recommended reducing the number of full-time positions within the ministry to 1390 by the end of this financial year and 1290 by July 2011.

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