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17 Jul 2019 9:20
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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Three Lotto tickets have landed their holders in the money in tonight's draw

    Three Lotto tickets have landed their holders in the money in tonight's draw


    Two tickets are each now worth $500,000 sharing First Division's million - they were bought from Whitcoulls The Base in Hamilton and New World Feilding.

    And one ticket with all four Strike Four numbers is worth $300,000 - bought from Albany Pak N Save.

    Powerball wasn't struck, and will be worth $14 million in Wednesday night's draw..

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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    International:
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    Accident and Emergency:
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    Entertainment:
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    Politics:
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    Business:
    The government's underwriting of Kiwibuild homes is likely to be embarassing -- but not illegal 7:57

    Rugby:
    Jordie Barrett is likely to be a jack of all trades for the All Blacks this year 7:47


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