Singaporeans have made history in the World Lottery by winning an unprecedented record sum worth more than US$8 Million during a single Draw of Singapore Pools’ World Lottery World Lottery! One winner (who wishes to remain anonymous) purchased their QuickPick System 8 entry at Rangoon Provision Shop located on Block 681 Race Course Road; just steps away from Farrer Park MRT station this outlet sold the ticket at the Singapore Pools outlet in Block 681 Race Course Road where this purchase took place.
The winning numbers in both group and individual categories were 4, 21, 27, 29 31 35 37 49 50 and 51. Prizes were distributed as an addition to the jackpot prize at the headquarters of National Lottery Agency located in Paris France.
On his visit, Prince Harry will also attend the Earthshot Prize awards ceremony and related events. Three years ago, he established this award to encourage inventors and entrepreneurs to develop technologies to combat climate change, with Singapore as its host due to being an “hub for innovation” within Southeast Asia, Kensington Palace noted in their statement.
The prince will pay a courtesy visit to President Tharman Shanmugaratnam and meet Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the Istana presidential palace, and later meet local groups working towards protecting and restoring our planet – such as an Oman team which found an effective method for extracting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, or one offering cleaner-burning stoves to Kenyan women. Last year’s winners included Oman team that discovered how to remove CO2 from air; other notable projects from last year included Oman team that developed methods of extracting carbon from air as well as Kenyan business that offered cleaner-burning stoves directly to women there – among many more initiatives he met during his visit!
Before the event, this week the organisers unveiled the list of shortlisted works. The top prize carries a cash prize of 3,000 Singapore dollars ($US2,160) as well as a custom trophy, to be presented during an award ceremony on February 27. Organisers noted that this year’s shortlisted writers are exploring resonance: how a work can evoke emotional or memory responses within its readers.
Winner architects and designers will gain global recognition and be eligible for one of 44 categories covering completed buildings, future projects, landscape design and interiors. Furthermore, winners are eligible for standard Tour event-winning benefits, such as two-plus season exemptions on the OWGR and participation berths in key events.
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