A COROWA woman says she won't be cooking meals for the next two weeks after winning a $1 million lotto prize.
The mother was the only first division winner in Wednesday night's draw.
"There will be no cooking tonight," she told a lotto official on Thursday.
"In fact, I think I'll take two weeks off from cooking.
"I also want to get new carpet for the house and help the kids out as well."
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The winning entry was bought at Corowa's Gyles Newsagency.
Owner Sandra Dunn said it broke a first division drought.
"We've sold three division one winning entries since 1990, the last one in January 2016," she said.
"It's exciting that one of our customers has had a win, especially at this time of year.
"All our staff get excited when we sell a major prize and hope that they will sell the next big winner."
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