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    The biggest winner in tonight's Lotto draw takes away $400,000 from winning Strike Four

    The biggest winner in tonight's Lotto draw takes away $400,000 from winning Strike Four


    That ticket was bought from Paper Plus Stratford.

    The $1 million division one prize is split between 4 tickets each now worth $250,000.

    Those tickets were bought from Green & Grocery World in Auckland, and on MyLotto by a player in Wellington, and two in Canterbury.

    The $4 million Powerball prize wasn't won, and jackpots to $5 million for Wednesday night's draw.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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