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The '''New Zealand Ministry of Magic''' governs the [[Wizarding world|Wizarding community]] of [[New Zealand]]. Based in Wellington, the Ministry has spent a lot of time, effort, and money keeping early Māori art that depicts white [[wizards]] playing [[Quidditch]], away from [[Muggle]]s. All the carvings and paintings are currently on display in the Ministry. The Māori have witches and wizards among themselves named Tōhunga. Tōhunga were wiped out by the British in the Early 1900's. Māori men and women Muggles did not shun the Tōhunga, but sought advice from them in times of dire need.[[Special:Contributions/121.73.181.244|121.73.181.244]] 14:59, July 17, 2012 (UTC)
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The '''New Zealand Ministry of Magic''' governs the [[Wizarding world|Wizarding community]] of [[New Zealand]]. Based in Wellington, the Ministry has spent a lot of time, effort, and money keeping early Māori art that depicts white [[wizards]] playing [[Quidditch]], away from [[Muggle]]s. All the carvings and paintings are currently on display in the Ministry. The Māori have witches and wizards among themselves named Tōhunga. Tōhunga were wiped out by the British in the Early 1900's. Māori men and women Muggles did not shun the Tōhunga, but sought advice from them in times of dire need.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Latest revision as of 15:04, July 17, 2012

New Zealand
Organisation information
Leader(s)

New Zealand Minister for Magic

Headquarters

Wellington, New Zealand

Intentions

Govern New Zealand

Affiliation

Wizarding world

The New Zealand Ministry of Magic governs the Wizarding community of New Zealand. Based in Wellington, the Ministry has spent a lot of time, effort, and money keeping early Māori art that depicts white wizards playing Quidditch, away from Muggles. All the carvings and paintings are currently on display in the Ministry. The Māori have witches and wizards among themselves named Tōhunga. Tōhunga were wiped out by the British in the Early 1900's. Māori men and women Muggles did not shun the Tōhunga, but sought advice from them in times of dire need.

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