Mail Online UK
Tord Oksnes is the third member of his family to win the Norwegian national lottery A teenager has become the third member of his family to hit the jackpot when he won 12.2 million kroner (1.3million) in the Norwegian National Lottery.
The New Zealand Herald
Before him, his 26 year-old sister Hege Jeanette had pocketed 8.2 million kroner (1.1 million euros, NZ$1.7 million) in 2010, only four years after their 58 year-old father Leif won 4.1 million kroner (554,000 euros, NZ$886,000) on the same lottery.
Last week, Tord Oksnes became a millionaire at the age of 19 after winning 12.2 million kroner ($2.03 million) on Norway's national lottery, tabloid Verdens Gang ( VG ) reported. In doing so he became part of a lucrative family tradition that has...