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SkyCity to reopen flagship Auckland casino on Dec. 3 to vaccinated clients

SkyCity Entertainment said it expects to reopen its flagship property in Auckland on Dec. 3 for vaccinated patrons after New Zealand implements its new Covid Protection Framework.

Julian Cook to be appointed as SkyCity chairman from Jan 1, 2022

SkyCity Entertainment Group has announced Julian Cook, a director of the SkyCity board, will replace Rob Campbell as chairman from January 1, 2022.

SkyCity Hamilton to reopen on Weds, Auckland in late Nov/early Dec

SkyCity Entertainment said it expects to reopen its property in Hamilton on Nov. 17 after New Zealand's Waikato region moves to Alert Level 2.

SkyCity Entertainment to make vaccine certificates mandatory for resort entry

SkyCity Entertainment Group Chief Executive Officer Michael Ahearne said that COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates (CVC) will soon be a requirement for entry to all SkyCity sites across New Zealand.

SkyCity Chair Rob Campbell to resign in early 2022

New Zealand casino operator SkyCity says it has received notice from its chairman Rob Campbell that he intends to retire in early 2022. 

SkyCity Hamilton closes after local Covid cases found

SkyCity Entertainment said it has closed its casino in Hamilton after the government increased the local alert level due to the discovery of two...

SkyCity New Zealand closures costing A$1 million per day

The closure of SkyCity casinos and F&B outlets in New Zealand, along with its hotels have been costing the company around A$1 million ($727,500) a day.

SkyCity normalized results gain in FY21 on resilient local demand

SkyCity Entertainment reported a fall in reported profit and revenue for the 2021 financial year, though normalized profit and revenue gained by 36.3 percent and 5.5 percent compared to FY20.

Murray Jordan resigning from board of SkyCity Entertainment Group

SkyCity Entertainment Group has announced that Murray Jordan is going to retire from the company’s board, effective from September 30th of this year.

SkyCity Auckland casino identified as potential Covid-19 spreader site

SkyCity Auckland casino has been identified as one of the venues visited by a Covid-19 positive person on last week, sparking concerns from health authorities.