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Andy Smudgley was a reporter who worked for the Daily Prophet.

In 1991, he wrote an article covering a break-in at Gringotts Wizarding Bank,[1] which was titled "GRINGOTTS BREAK-IN LATEST".[2]

The following year, he wrote an article covering a major breach of the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy, which occurred when Harry Potter and Ronald Weasley flew a Flying Ford Anglia to Hogwarts Castle.[3]

In 1993, he wrote an article titled "'It's Sirius!' say the Ministry of Magic," which concerned the escape of Sirius Black from Azkaban.[4]

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Daily Prophet
Evening Prophet · Sunday Prophet
Regular features Other features


Daily Prophet Insignia
List of articles
Known Personnel
Editor-in-chief: Barnabas Cuffe
Security Editor: R. Amorim
Reporters: A. Fenetre · Andy Smudgley · Betty Braithwaite · Chief sports writer · E. Limaria · E. Limus · Emma Squiggle · L. Limuria · Miras Phlaras · M. Amerinus · M. Carneirus · R. Almeidas · Rita Skeeter · Talbott Winger's father
Columnists: D. Shaman · E. Limus · Dempster Wiggleswade · Helbert Spleen · Grizel Hurtz · Limunus · Dr. Medusa · Winkus Oddpick · Zamira Gulch
Correspondents: Ginny Potter · Rita Skeeter
Photographers: Adrian · Bozo
Newspaper vendors: Paper-owls · Ministry of Magic newspaper vendor
Chief Consulting Magizoologist: Rolf Scamander
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