A Rotorua Lotto player walked into his local dairy this
afternoon with no idea he was $24 million richer.
Four winners from all corners of the country have claimed a
share in last night's Lotto draw.
The winners of Saturday's $9.1 million Powerball prize say
they will spend the money helping other people.
Three Lotto players from Christchurch, Drury and Auckland
each pocketed a third of a million, winning equal shares of
First Division last night.
A retired truck driver from south Auckland has claimed a
$10.7 million prize in last Saturday's Lotto.
Six Ashburton work colleagues will each be more than $33,000
richer this Christmas thanks to winning Lotto.
While the country lost an hour overnight, one lucky Lotto
player will gain $2 million into their bank account after
winning Lotto First Division.
A lucky Lotto player from Feilding is waking up to a $7.2
million boost to their bank account this morning.
Another lucky South Islander has landed a top prize on the
Lotto, pocketing a $4.5 million win.
Supermarket shoppers at three Dunedin Countdown stores can
now buy some Lotto tickets from self-service checkouts as
well as from those operated by staff.
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