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Fire damages SkyCity Auckland convention centre

SkyCity Entertainment Ltd.’s landmark international convention centre in downtown Auckland has been severely damaged and its future is uncertain after a massive fire ripped through the NZ$700 million centre and associated five-star hotel.

Credit card gaming ban to be implemented

The New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs is planning to implement a ban on the use of credit cards for online gambling, local media reports.

SkyCity certified as carbon neutral

Casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group, and its New Zealand properties has been certified as “carbon neutral", as part of the company's moves to become...

SkyCity workers strike for second weekend in a row

Workers at SkyCity Casino in New Zealand organized a weekend-long strike for the second week in a row, attempting to improve their weekend and...
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Bold plan for New Zealand Gaming Industry

New Zealand’s fledgling gaming industry is pushing a plan for government assistance to help it become a billion dollar export earner in the worldwide...

SkyCity tackles licensing hurdles

SkyCity Entertainment is grappling with capacity issues, as licensing regulations in New Zealand make expansion of its properties difficult. 
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SkyCity posts flat annual profit

New Zealand hotel and casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group has reported flat normalised earnings and profit in full year financial results released on Wednesday.

SkyCity’s online gaming website up and running

SkyCity Entertainment Group’s online gaming website is now up and running for New Zealand players.  The announcement follows an agreement that was signed between international...

NZ looks to further tighten regulations on igaming

A government consultation document on online gambling has raised the possibility of greater regulation including a licensing regime similar to that operating in the...

NZ considers banning credit cards for online gambling

Using credit cards to gamble online may be banned in New Zealand as the country’s gaming regulator looks at measures to minimize harm. Earlier this...

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