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SkyCity says international business drives revenue

SkyCity Entertainment says its international business is up 36 percent in the year through to November, though domestic revenue is lagging.

SkyCity Auckland ICC falls further behind schedule

SkyCity’s Auckland International Convention Centre is likely to fall even further behind its already delayed opening date of December next year, the company’s shareholders...

Smaller racing clubs in New Zealand are fighting back

Smaller racing clubs in New Zealand are fighting back against a plan to wind up their clubs, sell the land and transfer the money...

NZ racing shakeup raises industry hackles

Opponents of the sweeping changes proposed for the racing industry in New Zealand are questioning whether the reforms are legally and practically possible.

John Massara

Australian racing authority and author of a government commissioned review into the NZ racing industry

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...


Public ‘trust and confidence’ will determine the success of integrated resorts

Carter Group CEO Dominic Carter has warned newcomers to the Japanese market that the fate of their brand is on a knife edge even...

Rich Goldman doubles profit in 18H2

Macau junket investor Rich Goldman Holdings saw its underlying profit almost double in the second half of 2018, despite terminating two gaming promotion agreements...

Duterte fires Alexander Balutan for corruption

President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday dismissed Alexander Balutan, general manager of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) for corruption, local media reports. The termination was...

Macau registered problem gamblers falls to record low

The number of people reporting gambling problems fell to a record low in Macau in 2018, according to the Central Registry of People with...

Sands mulls joint IR bid with Osaka firms: Tanasijevich

Las Vegas Sands Managing Director for Global Development George Tanasijevich said the operator was in talks with several companies in the Osaka region about the possibility of making a “joint bid” for the Yumeshima IR.