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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Hundreds of hopefuls are queuing outside lotto stores around the country

    Hundreds of hopefuls are queuing outside lotto stores around the country


    Today is on-track to be the busiest day in Lotto NZ history, with more than 1.9 million tickets already sold for tonight's 50-million-dollar Powerball Must Be Won draw.

    Greerton Lotto Owner Belinda Sands says there's a common theme when it comes to how everyone would spend the money.

    She says it's not the sort money you'd keep, it's money you'd share and use to help people.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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    Law and Order:
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    Politics:
    Police are set to crack down on lockdown violations in Northland 7:47

    Rugby League:
    English football faces another defining day as the professional game prepares to consider an indefinite suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic, while pressure builds on players to accept wage cuts 7:37

    Soccer:
    There may be hope for Liverpool football fans yet.. 7:27

    Business:
    More than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week in the midst of Covid-19 7:17

    Motoring:
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    Law and Order:
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    Health & Safety:
    The Director-General of Health says we might go up and down alert levels - before fully stamping out COVID-19 in New Zealand 4:37


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