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Staff redundancies inevitable: SkyCity CEO

As New Zealand has entered its fifth day of a near-total lockdown, casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group is on negative credit watch from Standard...

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...

SkyCity concludes bookbuild process for bond offer

SkyCity Entertainment Group announced that the bookbuild for its offer of seven year bonds has been successfully concluded.  The company said $125 million has been...

SkyCity director Peter Cullinane to retire

SkyCity announced that long serving SkyCity director Peter Cullinane will retire at the company’s annual general meeting in November. Cullinane, who joined the SkyCity board...

SkyCity reports normalized revenue of $1 billion for FY15

SkyCity Entertainment reported normalised revenue of NZ$1 billion ($657 million) for the full year ending June 30, 2015, up 8.7 percent on the previous...

No public say on SkyCity convention centre

Auckland Council announced that independent commissioners have decided that the resource consent application for the New Zealand International Convention Centre will proceed without the...

Auckland player wins Main Event at New Zealand Poker Open

Auckland poker player Dan Sing won the Main Event at the New Zealand Poker Open at Sky City Casino, taking a princely sum of...

SkyCity revenue up 17.9 percent in 15H2

SkyCity Entertainment Group said its revenue rose 17.9 percent to $415.6 million in the second half of the 2015 year-to-date, attributing the growth to...

SkyCity and state agree the preliminary design of NZICC

Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and SkyCity CEO Nigel Morrison announced that the company and the state have agreed the preliminary design, and executed...

SkyCity making progress on Convention Center

  SkyCity’s CEO announced that it it making good progress with the government towards finalizing the preliminary design of the New Zealand International Convention Centre.  Nigel...
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