New Zealand's biggest ever jackpot prize to date has gone to a ticket bought in Masterton, continuing the town's streak of Lotto success.
The winner scooped first and second division of the Big Wednesday draw, earning nearly $37 million in cash, travel, cars and other prizes.
The ticket was sold at the Kuripuni Lotto and Post Shop, which also sold a winning Lotto ticket of $500,000 last week.
Another $5 million Lotto prize, also sold in Masterton last week, went to a couple who live in the North Island town.
Nearly 5 million Lotto tickets were sold this week, 10 times the normal amount.
After 21 weeks without a winner, Big Wednesday's first division was the longest-running jackpot in the history of New Zealand lotteries to date.
Previously, the most anyone could win was capped at $30 million.