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Promoting culture and heritage

The Ministry for Culture and Heritage provides advice and assistance to the New Zealand government on culture and heritage matters and undertakes activities that support and promote the country’s history and heritage. These included, in 2004, the repatriation of an unknown New Zealand soldier from a First World War cemetery in France. Here the Unknown Warrior is interred at the National War Memorial in Wellington on 11 November 2004.

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New Zealand Defence Force
Photograph by Carl Booty

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John Wilson, 'Nation and government - The state sector and Crown entities', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/2635/promoting-culture-and-heritage (accessed 22 January 2019)

Story by John Wilson, updated 16 Sep 2016