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April 16, 2021

Unclaimed $100,000 lottery ticket bought in Mullumbimby

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Mullumbimby Newsagency staff are on the lookout for the holder of a winning ticket in last week's Black Cat Superdraw. Photo Chris Dobney
Mullumbimby Newsagency staff are on the lookout for the holder of a winning ticket in last week’s Black Cat Superdraw. Photo Chris Dobney

Mullumbimby newsagents Dean and Jenelle Stanford are on the lookout for someone who bought a winning ticket in last week’s Black Cat Superdraw, number 10081.

The holder of the winning ticket, bearing the number 048623, still has not claimed their prize.

Yesterday, Mullumbimby Newsagency staff Kimberley, Georgia and Helen, gave Echonetdaily a taste of the sort of reception the ticketholder can receive when they come in to claim their prize.


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