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The new feature will be unveiled on Wednesday 12 May
Delivery of the beleaguered NZICC has been pushed back again, this time to 2024.
Auckland’s Sky Tower will be lit red with a giant poppy projected on its southeast side on Sunday 25 April for ANZAC Day.
Capex on the NZICC and Horizon Hotel development is likely past its peak, says the global ratings agency.
Change affects 8.63% of voting power in casino operator, effective 12 April.
Decision follows strategic review of its international business as indicated in half year result.
SkyCity Entertainment Group is appointing three new directors to its board group, pending approval.
Downtown Auckland skyline loses icon briefly to raise awareness on biodiversity and climate change
SkyCity has reopened its Auckland casino and entertainment facilities without restrictions.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has re-opened its Auckland casino and facilities.
Auckland’s Sky Tower will light up purple tonight for this year’s International Women’s Day in support of diversity and inclusion in New Zealand.
SkyCity’s online gaming business is booming, with the operator’s new boss bringing a ton of experience in the field.
The operator says its revenue was dragged down by weaker tourism-related business during the pandemic.
SkyCity Auckland will be hosting a free ’90s themed Federal Street Party this evening to celebrate 25 years in operation.
Three international appointments fill gaps left by recent executive departures at the hotel and entertainment group.
Richard Smyth is the fourth senior executive to announce his departure from SkyCity in three months.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has confirmed its fireworks display will once again bring in the New Year from Auckland’s Sky Tower.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has won the diversity and inclusion leadership award at the 2020 Deloitte Top 200 Awards.
SkyCity Entertainment says its Adelaide casino and entertainment facilities are no longer subject to a maximum capacity limit of 100 people.
SkyCity chairman Rob Campbell told investors and analysts that the departure of chief executive Graeme Stephens was not unusual or entirely unexpected.
Chief executive Graeme Stephens is among a trio of senior leaders leaving the operator.
The Grand by SkyCity has been named Oceania’s Leading Business Hotel at the 27th World Travel Awards.
Graeme Stephens says Auckland’s level 3 lockdown in August cost the operator millions.
SkyCity Entertainment’s Auckland Casino will be able to operate without restrictions on mass gatherings and physical distancing requirements from Thursday 8 October.
With the Government’s change to Covid-19 alert level 1 outside of Auckland, SkyCity’s Hamilton and Queenstown properties will recommence events and promotions.
New hotel developments are off SkyCity’s agenda for at least two years but its Adelaide Casino hotel expansion and Auckland convention centre projects are on track.
The company received $337m in insurance to cover the repair bill for the NZICC blaze.
The Auckland business closed at level 3 on 12 August but SkyCity’s Hamilton and Queenstown properties have remained open during level 2.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has revised its expected earnings results for the year ended 30 June 2020 and says it will be “outside” previous forecasts.
SkyCity Entertainment says its Auckland casino and entertainment facilities will remain closed until 26 August.
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s $50m retail share offer is falling back on underwriters to get over the line.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has fully re-opened its gaming, entertainment and hospitality casino in Adelaide.
SkyCity has opened its fully underwritten $50m share purchase plan for retail investors.
Chef, author and restaurateur Peter Gordon is bringing to a close his long-standing relationship as signature chef at SkyCity’s The Sugar Club.
SkyCity Entertainment trading has been “encouraging” since reopening its casinos in Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown, excluding the Wharf Casino on 14 May.
SkyCity Entertainment will reopen its casinos, entertainment and accommodation facilities in Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown from Thursday 14 May.
New consultation with around 700 waged staff follows last month’s restructuring round which saw 200 salaried employees go, adn executive pay cut by 20% – 40%.
The new luxury hotel part of the $330 million Adelaide Casino expansion has been named – Eos by SkyCity.
The latest delay to the $703m venue will affect nearly 8,000 delegates.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group Limited has sold its Darwin casino to US hospitality group Delaware North for A$188m (NZ$201m).
SKYCITY Entertainment Group does not yet have a delivery date for its $703m NZ International Convention Centre and Horizon Hotel project.
The already-delayed $703m NZICC and Horizon Hotel project will miss its December 2019 delivery date.
The operator says it has the right to the funds under its contract with Fletchers.
SKYCITY has teamed up with public health agencies to provide onsite information support to customers at its Auckland venue as part of Gambling Harm Awareness Week.
The Auckland-based operator is looking to boost its Chinese customer experience across its five NZ sites.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group’s open day at its Auckland tourism attraction, the 328 metre Sky Tower, raised more than $9000 for charity Youthline.
The operator is exploring options to create a VIP premium facility at the resort.
The operator’s VIP gambling business saw revenue jump 39% to $160m.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group has appointed Hansen Yuncken the main contractor on its A$330m (NZ$360m) Adelaide Casino expansion project.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group has sold its Federal Street car park in Auckland to ICD Property Investment Limited for $40m.