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Christmas Present for Twenty-Nine Lotto Players

Media Release
5 December 2005
For Immediate Release

Cracker Christmas Present for Twenty-Nine Lotto Players

Twenty-nine Lotto players got a cracker Christmas present this year, winning $15,704 with Second Division on Saturday’s Christmas Eve Lotto draw, says NZ Lotteries Chief Executive Trevor Hall.

“Imagine sitting there on Christmas Eve getting the food ready for Santa when you find out you’ve won more than $15,000 – what a cracker start to Christmas.

“These winners are each taking home almost $16,000, enough to ensure they and their families have the best Christmas ever,” says Mr Hall.

“I’d like to say ‘Merry Christmas’ to them all on behalf of everyone at NZ Lotteries.

Helensville Stationers sold two of the winning Division Two tickets.

“Anyone who bought tickets at the following stores should get them checked at their nearest Lotto outlet,” advises Mr Hall.

North Island

1. Tikipunga Stationers, Whangarei
2. Franklins Pharmacy, Warkworth
3. Helensville Stationers, Helensville (x2)
4. Victoria Park New World, Auckland
5. Browns Bay Toyworld, Auckland
6. Foodtown, Newmarket, Auckland
7. Foodtown Airport, Auckland
8. Video Vision Lotto, Auckland
9. Manukau Pak N Save, Auckland
10. Coopers Paper Power, Auckland
11. Dinsdale Stationery, Hamilton
12. Maungatapu Stationer, Tauranga
13. Unichem Marewa, Napier
14. Flaxmere Pharmacy, Hastings
15. Paper Plus, Taupo
16. Levin Lucky Lotto, Levin
17. Newlands Pharmacy, Wellington

South Island

18. Fresh Choice, Blenheim
19. Milton Street Store, Nelson
20. Whitcoulls Nelson, Nelson
21. Take Note Takaka
22. Fresh Choice, Barrington Park Mall, Christchurch
23. Countdown Lotto, Christchurch
24. Sumner Night “N” Day, Christchurch
25. Ashburton New World, Ashburton
26. Centre City New World, Dunedin
27. Gore New World, Gore
28. Collingwood Foodcentre, Invercargill

ENDS

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