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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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     15 Oct: Olympic medalists Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous have been named joint winners of Snow Sports New Zealand's Athlete of the Year award
     15 Oct: Belief New Zealand rugby league fans should feel upbeat about a second Kiwi side joining the NRL in years to come
     15 Oct: The Wellington Orcas are learning the lessons from their fellow sea mammals the Redcliffe Dolphins as they push to be the 18th NRL team
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     Today's News

    Living & Travel:
    The ski season in Queenstown comes to a close today with final runs at the Remarkables ski field 7:54

    Motoring:
    Chelsea's beaten Brentford 1-nil to return to the top of the English Premier League table 7:44

    Motorsports:
    Courtney Duncan has survived a scare to move to the cusp of winning a third straight women's motorcross world championship title 7:44

    Entertainment:
    Billie Eilish didn't follow protocol when she met the British royal family at the 'No Time To Die' premiere in London 7:36

    Golf:
    Disappointment for New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox after the third round of the European Tour's Andalucia Masters in Spain 7:34

    Cricket:
    The Netherlands have pushed the Black Caps close in their opening warm up game in Dubai ahead of the Twenty20 Cricket World Cup 7:34

    Rugby:
    Hawke's Bay have sent off their long serving captain Ash Dixon to Japan with their first triumph in Canterbury since 1968 7:34

    Environment:
    Northland's trialing a storm tracking system to help the region prepare for bad weather and climate change 7:14

    Entertainment:
    Cher is suing Sonny Bono's widow 7:06

    Politics:
    Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits church where British MP David Amess was stabbed to death 7:04


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