Powerball jackpots to $7 million

MICHELLE ROBINSON
Last updated 21:12 04/08/2012

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As New Zealand celebrates winning gold two Lotto players are reeling in their own wins after scoring a $500,000 First Division Prize.

The tickets were sold at Melody's New World in Palmerston North and Mobil Mt Albert in Auckland.

Meanwhile, Powerball First Division has jackpotted and will be worth an estimated $7 million next week.

A Strike Four prize of $158,066 was won through a ticket bought from Relay at Auckland Airport.

There was a bonus draw for the Winning Wheel tonight due to unclaimed prizes.

There are three chances of winning for tickets that were bought at Greenmeadows Pharmacy in Napier, Countdown Lynn Mall in Waitakere and Countdown Eastgate in Christchurch.

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