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NZ regulator delays decision on SkyCity EGM swap

New Zealand’s gaming regulator has reserved its decision on SkyCity Hamilton’s application to swap three blackjack tables for 60 electronic gaming machines, following a...

Timaru District struggles with gaming machine limits

Timaru District councillors voted to keep the number of gaming machines for new venues limited to seven, a lower limit than the Gambling Act allows.

SkyCity insurance policy covers fire at the convention center

SkyCity Entertainment has confirmed that its insurance policy covers damage from the fire which struck its convention center in Auckland.In a statement to the...

SkyCity wants to swap blackjack tables for slots

SkyCity Entertainment Limited will be going before the New Zealand gambling regulator on Tuesday to seek permission to swap gambling tables for gaming machines...

New Zealand racing revenues down 3.1 percent for 2018-2019 fiscal year

New Zealand’s Racing Industry Transition Agency (RITA) reported revenues of NZD$348 million (about US$159 million) for the fiscal year ending July 31, a figure which was 3.1 percent lower than the previous year.

SkyCity board member to resign over fire-hit project

SkyCity Entertainment Group announced on Monday that Richard Didsbury would resign from its board of directors in connection with the October 22 fire that hit the New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) project in Auckland.

SkyCity trading update short on financial detail

SkyCity Entertainment confirmed this morning that it would be unlikely to host any events at its fire-damaged international convention center in 2021. This would...

SkyCity investors to get update on Thursday

SkyCity investors will get their first update on Thursday after the 22 October fire that wrecked the company’s showpiece convention centre in downtown Auckland.

Govt to investigate the cause of SkyCity fire

An investigation team of ten different government and council agencies are investigating the cause of the SkyCity fire last week, which was allegedly the...

SkyCity recovery underway, albeit slowly

SkyCity’s hotels, casinos, and F&B establishments have begun to reopen again, following a fire that broke out on Tuesday last week.The fire began at...

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