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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    The biggest winners in tonight's Lotto draw each take home $500,000

    The biggest winners in tonight's Lotto draw each take home $500,000


    Two winners share Division One with tickets bought from at Pak N Save Richmond in Nelson and on MyLotto by a player from Gore.

    Powerball will be worth $6 million and Strike Four $600,000 on Wednesday night, with nobody winning either tonight.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

    General:
    Five weightlifters including Commonwealth Games gold medalist David L:iti will compete at their first Olympics in Tokyo 11:46

    International:
    Japan unveils its Olympic Village, but health experts remain concerned about the spread of coronavirus 11:46

    International:
    US Open final round live blog: Louis Oosthuizen and Jon Rahm battling it out at Torrey Pines 11:46

    Golf:
    Pre tournament favourite Jon Rahm has the lead late in the final round of the US Golf Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego 11:46

    Cricket:
    Black Caps bowling coach Shane Jurgensen's immensely proud of the way his youngest seamer stepped up in the World Test Championship final 11:26

    International:
    Iran initiates unexplained emergency shutdown of nuclear power plant at Bushehr 11:16

    Law and Order:
    Tributes are flowing for a man killed in a deadly brawl in Blenheim 10:46

    Health & Safety:
    Three people have been hospitalised after suspected overdoses outside SkyCity in Auckland 10:46

    Business:
    An Auckland business leader is "astounded" at the lack of care for businesses devastated by the City Rail Link project 10:36

    Law and Order:
    A woman arrested over an alleged racist rant in a Rangiora department store will appear in Christchurch District court this morning 10:26


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