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A Lismore resident or visitor to the region has become a millionaire after winning $1 million in last night’s Monday and Wednesday Lotto draw – they just haven’t realised yet!

The million-dollar winning ticket was purchased at Goonellabah Newsagency, Shop 3, Goonellabah Village Shopping Centre, 1 Simeoni Drive, Goonellabah.  

The entry was not registered with the Players Club card, so NSW Lotteries officials have no way of contacting the winner.

Goonellabah Newsagency team member Jayne Virtue said she was thrilled to hear they’d sold another division one winning entry.

‘I think we can definitely claim to be a lucky newsagency. We only sold another division one winning entry last year in August,’ she exclaimed.

‘We are so excited to be on a winning streak and we hope our latest winner comes forward and checks their ticket soon.’

The winning numbers in Monday and Wednesday Lotto draw 3837 on Wednesday 23 January 2019 were 36, 3, 6, 16, 21, and 9 while the supplementary numbers were 34 and 41.


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