A lucky young barman from Durham is celebrating after scooping the top prize on The National Lottery's 777 Scratchcard.
The winner who netted £1 million is going public this morning at the Ramside Hall Hotel in Carrville.
He will reveal the circumstances of his win and how he plans to enjoy his new found wealth.
A couple from Teesside are celebrating after scooping more than £100,000 playing the National Lottery. Emma Coulson and her partner Robert Silcox bought the winning ticket during a holiday in Cumbria. They didn't realise they'd won until four days after the draw was made.
Emma, who's a hairdresser, and Robert, who's a self-employed builder, plan to spend some of the money improving their home.
A mother and son from Teesside have started the new year with a £7.5 million lottery win.
While her son is planning a new house and sports car,Doreen Hay has much more moderate plans.
Katie Oakes reports.
Doreen Hay, who has scooped £7.5m on the lottery has said she will treat her three grandchildren, seven brothers and sisters, and ex-husband, John.
A 70-year-old woman was checking the papers on January 12 when she realised she won the lottery. Doreen Hay immediately called her son, 38-year-old engineer, John Hay.
After phoning the National Lottery, John called his partner Susan, 39, a customer services representative. The couple plan to buy a dream home. His mother intends to move from her upstairs flat into a bungalow, treat her three grandchildren, seven brothers and sisters, and ex-husband, John.
A mother and son from Middlesbrough who scooped £7.5m on the lottery plan to spent their money on a dream house and a new car. They also want to go to Disneyland in Florida because they haven't had a family holiday for seven years.
A mother and son from Teesside have scooped a multi-million pound jackpot after matching all six lottery numbers. John Hay, 38, from Billingham and his mother Doreen, 70, from Thornaby won £7.5m on an extra Lucky Dip ticket.
A mother and son from Middlesbrough have won more than £7.5m on the National Lottery. They matched all six numbers in the Saturday night draw. Operator Camelot said the winning ticket was worth £7,505,717.
Today, they will speak to the press at a hotel in Darlington.