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Trading has been encouraging since the reopening of SkyCity Entertainment Group’s New Zealand casino, entertainment and accommodation facilities in Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown (excluding the Wharf Casino) on 14 May 2020.
Our latest update on the impacts of COVID-19 and recent trading following the re-opening of our New Zealand properties (excluding Wharf Casino) on 14 May 2020.
From Sunday 24th May for two nights the Sky Tower will be lit green and white in honour of Eid al Fitr, "The Festival of Breaking the Fast" – a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims around the world to mark the end of Ramadan.
SkyCity Entertainment Group welcomes confirmation from the Government that New Zealand will be moving to COVID Alert Level 2 on Thursday, 14 May and is excited to be welcoming back staff and customers in Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown.
SkyCity Entertainment Group Limited (SKC>NZX/SKC.AX) ("SkyCity") advises that it will reopen its New Zealand casino, entertainment and accommodation facilities in Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown from 14 May 2020.
As with so many businesses in New Zealand, the COVID-19 crisis has fundamentally changed the SkyCity business for the foreseeable future.
To celebrate mums across the globe, SkyCity is lighting the Sky Tower pink for Mother’s Day.
SkyCity Entertainment Group (SKC.NZX/SKC.AX) ("SkyCity") announces the following update on the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis.
From Friday 24th April until Sunday 26th April, the Sky Tower will be lit as a large Poppy to show support for ANZAC day and the RNZRSA.
SkyCity Hotels Group has revealed the centrepiece of the $330 million Adelaide Casino expansion, Eos by SkyCity.