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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    There have been 21 Lotto millionaires... for the first 21 weeks of the year

    There have been 21 Lotto millionaires... for the first 21 weeks of the year


    16 people have won a million or more with Lotto and Strike - and five became overnight multi-millionaires with Powerball.

    2020's also seen our biggest Powerball jackpot in history - with a 50-million dollar must-be-won draw in February.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Living & Travel News
     08 Jul: An Auckland meatworks has been fined 46 thousand dollars after a worker got raw offal in their eye
     08 Jul: Auckland Airport is dealing with fewer passengers, but far more lobsters
     08 Jul: A South Island trio of ski mountains is geared down for the absence of tourist skiers from Covid 19
     07 Jul: A little red car remains stuck on train tracks in the Auckland suburb of Avondale
     07 Jul: A Wellington business has been fined 260 thousand dollars after a worker's hand was caught in a pastry roller
     07 Jul: Renewed calls for a new Crown agency to handle animal welfare complaints - after a farmer who beat cows with a metal rod escaped with just a fine
     07 Jul: The Mayor of Upper Hutt says people returning from overseas will benefit the country
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     Today's News

    Rugby League:
    Manly captain Daly Cherry-Evans insists Addin Fonua-Blake should not face further punishment beyond his two-game ban for referee abuse and anti-vilification breach 17:27

    Entertainment:
    Padma Lakshmi thinks immigrants are "the reason for America's greatness" 17:13

    Law and Order:
    An Auckland meatworks has been fined 46 thousand dollars after a worker got raw offal in their eye 16:57

    Entertainment:
    Nick Cordero has died following a battle with Covid-19 16:43

    International:
    TikTok is facing a global backlash over security concerns. Should we be worried about it here? 16:37

    Auckland:
    A motorcyclist's in a critical condition after colliding with a house in Auckland's Mount Roskill 16:17

    Entertainment:
    Paul Weller doesn't want life to go back to "normal" 16:13

    Entertainment:
    Kate Hudson thinks Hollywood has become "overly sensitive" 15:43

    Business:
    The central Auckland supermarket visited by a man's only closed at the call of management - not government officials 15:37

    Cricket:
    England's stand-in captain Ben Stokes has declared his side ready to return to the cricket field, even amidst a number of Covid-19 restrictions 15:27


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