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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    One Lotto ticket is now worth $1 million after winning Division One in tonight's draw

    One Lotto ticket is now worth $1 million after winning Division One in tonight's draw


    That winning ticket was bought from Onerahi Bookshop and Lotto in Whangarei.

    Two other tickets are worth $50,000 each - sharing Strike Four.

    The were both bought at New World supermarkets - in Waiuku and Kaikoura.

    No Powerball winners though - that jackpots to Wednesday night and will be worth $5 million.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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