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Have you won the lottery?

People in Northamptonshire are being urged to double-check their Lotto tickets as an unclaimed Lotto jackpot of £2.5 million is believed to belong to a ticket bought in the county.

A National Lottery spokesman said the prize-winning ticket was purchased in the south Northamptonshire area for the draw on February 7.

The six winning numbers were 3, 6, 15, 17, 18, 35 and the Bonus Ball was 22.

The lucky ticket-holder has until August 6, 2015 to claim their prize.

If no-one comes forward then the prize money will go to help National Lottery-funded projects across the UK.

"We're eager to find the mystery ticket-holder and unite them with their winnings - this amazing prize could really make a huge difference to somebody's life. We're urging everyone who bought a Lotto ticket in this area to check their old tickets again or look anywhere a missing ticket could be hiding.

– National Lottery spokesperson

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Salvation Army uses 'the dress' in domestic violence campaign

The charity's branch in South Africa has used the internet sensation to raise awareness of domestic violence.

The dress that sparked the famous "white and gold or blue and black" debate was designed in Birmingham.

The UK branch of the Salvation Army has also been promoting the messages on their twitter account.

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Lego make their own versions of #TheDress

Lego have waded into the white and gold or blue and black dress debate by making their very own versions.

The Lego versions of the dress. Credit: Instagram/Lego

A post on their Instagram page read: "White and gold...black and blue? We found a way around science - you can have both!"

It comes after the dress which sent the internet into a frenzy was finally revealed as being blue and black by its designer.

However, the makers now plan on making a white and gold version after selling out of the dress yesterday morning.

Read more: The dress that demonstrates colour doesn't really exist

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