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    The biggest winners in tonight's Lotto draw each collect $500,000 - sharing Division One

    The biggest winners in tonight's Lotto draw each collect $500,000 - sharing Division One


    Those tickets were bought from Hornby Mall Lotto in Christchurch and on MyLotto by a player from Auckland.

    Another big winner takes away $300,000, winning Strike Four.

    That ticket was bought from Caltex Woodville.

    Powerball's $5 million prize wasn't won, and jackpots to $6 million Wednesday night.

    Tonight's winning numbers: 3, 5, 7, 18, 31 and 35.

    The Bonus Ball was 4, and Powerball is 6.

    Strike Four numbers came in this order: 35, 3, 18 and 7.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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    Rugby:
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    Law and Order:
    The Loop: Ukraine shopping centre attack 'act of terrorism', Australia's millennials overtaking boomers and surprise Capitol riot hearing 11:59

    International:
    Does Australia need Tasmania to become a multi-billion-dollar 'Battery of the Nation'? 11:59

    Entertainment:
    Prince Charles has urged Commonwealth leaders to unite in a bid to create a more sustainable future 11:51

    Entertainment:
    David Spade delighted a loyal Burger King employee by giving him $5,000 to recognise his 27 years of service after the company handed him a mediocre gift bag 11:21

    Cricket:
    After a one year absence, international cricket is returning to Auckland this summer 11:19

    Rugby:
    Expect a fresh faced Irish side to be named this afternoon to face the Maori All Blacks in Hamilton on Wednesday night 11:09

    Law and Order:
    Almost a month into a trial over the killing of an Auckland grandmother - shot with a bullet allegedly intended for her son - has been called off 11:09


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