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Andre Greipel won his 15th career Tour Down Under stage as he burst to victory in a bunch sprint over the final 600 metres of stage four.

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The lucky winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to cash in the ticket which was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire for the EuroMillions draw on Friday June 8.

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Tonight's £157 million EuroMillions draw could make one lucky ticket holder the UK's second biggest National Lottery jackpot winner.

Single ticket could become UK's third biggest National Lottery winner as Euromillions jackpot hits £122m

The Euromillions lottery jackpot in tonight's draw will be £122 million, organiser Camelot has said.

The lucky winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to cash in the ticket which was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire for the EuroMillions draw on Friday June 8.

Will they go public? £81m EuroMillions lottery winner claims prize

A British jackpot winner who scooped a massive £81 million in the EuroMillions lottery has claimed the prize.

The lucky winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to cash in the ticket which was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire for the EuroMillions draw on Friday June 8.

Briton scoops £81m EuroMillions jackpot but lucky winner remains a mystery

The haul places the ticket-holder sixth on the National Lottery rich list

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Nairo Quintana enjoys yesterday’s stage win

Cycling: Late burst boosts Bradley Wiggins' chances on Volta a Catalunya

Bradley Wiggins' last-gasp attack in the third stage of the Volta a Catalunya propelled him into second spot in the overall classification, four seconds behind the new leader Alejandro Valverde.

Richard Desmond launching the Health Lottery with TV presenter Eamonn Holmes

Law on lotteries under review that could make Richard Desmond’s Health Lottery give more to charity

Ministers order consultation amid questions over amount given to good causes

Editorial: A liberal gamble too far

Betting is being driven by the internet and it is easier than ever to lose everything

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Price of a National Lottery ticket set to double

The price of a National Lottery ticket will double this year to £2, in a move which organisers hope will “refresh” the game and will hand increased prizes to the vast majority of winners.

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British People Problems: BuzzFeed meme attracts more than 230,000 views in 24 hours

An online forum for a uniquely British form of moaning has gone viral in the US. Liam O'Brien celebrates

A resident from the Stevenage area ticked off the right numbers but hasn't claimed the big prize

It could have been you: lottery winner loses unclaimed £64m

A mystery lottery player has lost out on a £64 million fortune after the deadline for them to claim the life-changing prize expired.

Is it YOU? Check down the back of the sofa: Lottery winner has just two days left to claim £64 million prize

The winner, who looks set to miss out on £63,837,543.60, has just two days to hand in their ticket and claim the money

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We ought to have spurned the grabby ethic of the City - but did the opposite

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