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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# lotto win

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# 5 6 7 8 9 10
South African lotto sequence sparks accusations of fraud
The consecutive numbers 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and a PowerBall number of 10 was the winning combination.
# australian wildfire crisis
Australian wildfire victim will rebuild his family home after €617,000 lottery win
The Queensland man, who wishes to remain anonymous, used his wife’s “special numbers” on the ticket.
# jackpot
Winning Lotto ticket worth €11.2 million sold in Enniskerry shop
The ticket-holder has yet to come forward.
# lotto win
Someone in the north west just became €4.4 million richer
The winning ticket was sold in Lifford, Co Donegal.
# joy to the world
'The place went absolutely mad': Family describes scenes after €4.5m Lotto win on Christmas Day
The Cavan family says they’re keeping a low profile.
# In THe money
Dublin man plans to return to work after €11.3m lottery win
The winning ticket for last Saturday’s jackpot was bought on Amiens street.
# Lotto Resolutions
Issues around €8.2 million Sligo lotto payout are resolved
Although the ticket was purchased on the 5 March, issues have arisen surrounding the payment.
# holy shit
The joyous moment these 12 co-workers found out they won the lotto is going viral
# Winning formula
It can happen! Glitch-delayed €10m Lotto draw was won using family birthdays
The two winners collected their prize today.
# in the glovebox
Mayo man collects €1m after leaving lotto ticket in his car
The man says he looked when he heard the winner was sold in his town.
# In THe money
Dublin man says he no longer has to sell his home after €500k lotto win
The father of four bought the ticked on Friday at the Applegreen service station on the M1 at Lusk.
# Hallelujah
A couple lost their $50mn lotto ticket after going to church. It was found three months later.
The two Torontonians say it was “in God’s hands”.