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NZ race fixing eleven appear in court

A total of eleven people have now been charged in New Zealand’s harness race fixing scandal and nine of them made appearances in district courts this week. Only one has entered a plea, and all have been remanded on bail to appear again next month.

SkyCity opens doors to gambling help services

SkyCity Casino Auckland has become the first casino in New Zealand to open its doors to gambling help services in order to help problem...

New Zealand harness racing scandal widens

A total of ten people have now been arrested and charged with race fixing and drugs offenses as New Zealand anti-corruption investigation in the...

NZ police raid stables as part of race-fixing investigation

Seven people – six men and a woman – are to appear in court in New Zealand today charged with race fixing after police...

Huge changes headed for NZ racing industry

The racing industry in New Zealand is in for a major shakeup following a bombshell report to the government which recommends closing nearly half...

New Zealand stops pokies for an hour in Sept

Pokies in New Zealand are set to ‘pause’ for one hour during Gambling Harm Awareness Week, held from September 3-9, 2018, local media reports....

SKYCITY CEO sees bright future; analysts unexcited

SKYCITY Entertainment CEO Graeme Stephens is optimistic about the group’s prospects, helped by expansion in Auckland, a planned venture into online gaming and a...

SKYCITY CEO sees bright future; analysts unexcited

SKYCITY Entertainment CEO Graeme Stephens is optimistic about the group’s prospects, helped by expansion in Auckland, a planned venture into online gaming and a rebound in international VIPs, although analysts remain cautious.

SkyCity international business rebounds, drives record FY17 results

SKYCITY Entertainment Ltd, the NZX listed operator of six casinos and hotels in New Zealand and Australia delivered record results in FY17, as international...

NZ gaming industry sees rapid growth

New Zealand’s video gaming industry revenue grew 43 percent in the year to March to NZ$595 million ($400 million), most of it earned from...

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