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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Powerball has rolled over again - not won tonight, so it jackpots to $14 million Wednesday night's draw

    Powerball has rolled over again - not won tonight, so it jackpots to $14 million Wednesday night's draw


    Tonight's biggest winners are the four tickets sharing Lotto Division One, each worth $250,000.

    Three were bought on My Lotto: two in Auckland and one in Canterbury.

    The fourth was bought at New World Whanganui.

    Strike Four was also struck tonight - by a Canterbury player whose online ticket is now worth $200,000.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     25 Oct: Two vaccine events headlined by music artists and Maori clinicians have seen almost 200 people vaccinated in South Auckland today
     25 Oct: A group of Maori leaders will take to the streets of South Auckland today to try to improve the low vaccine coverage there
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    Law and Order:
    Police have concluded the death of Australian student Joe Jenkins was a tragic accident 10:44

    Business:
    We're being told rising power prices can't be entirely blamed on Tiwai Aluminium smelter 10:44

    Politics:
    US government lawyers tell London court Julian Assange could serve any prison sentence in Australia 10:34

    Entertainment:
    Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung have become parents to twins 10:20

    Law and Order:
    NSW: Man charged with fatal shooting of grandad 10:14

    International:
    News at a glance: Cleo Smith search widens, Norwegian bow and arrow attack victims rise, Australia won't investigate UFOs, and see you later, alligator 10:04

    Law and Order:
    Mother, boyfriend charged over violent death of eight-year-old boy in Houston, Texas 9:54

    Entertainment:
    'Saturday Night Live' bosses are "scrambling" to replace Ed Sheeran after he tested positive for coronavirus 9:50

    Auckland:
    One person has died and another has been seriously injured in a crash south of Auckland 9:24


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