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What to expect when the lottery goes live

What to expect when the lottery goes live

In a move designed to ensure the state lottery goes out of business, the government has decided to put a temporary stop to the lottery’s operations for the coming year.

The State Government announced it would cancel the State Lottery on Tuesday, November 11, 2018 at 3.30pm (AEST).

The lottery is a one-time sale and will not resume until the State Government announces its decision to continue operating the lottery.

People who have lost their jobs due to the lockout will be able to apply for unemployment benefits to help pay for the costs of the lockout.

“I have been working on the decision-making process for this announcement, and the timing of it is important in order to allow the state to get on with its day-to-day operations, and to get our businesses back to business,” Chief Minister Adam Giles said.

More to come.

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