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Work on Adelaide Casino’s $330 million expansion has achieved a key milestone with the pouring of the first suspended concrete slab.
As part of its ongoing focus on diversity and inclusion, SKYCITY has signed as a Platinum Partner of Women in Gaming Australasia (WGA), broadening the industry body’s reach to New Zealand, Adelaide and Darwin.
The sale of SKYCITY’s Darwin business to US-based, global hospitality operator Delaware North is a positive outcome that ensures the casino will have a bright future, says SKYCITY Entertainment Group Chief Executive Graeme Stephens.
SKYCITY has today expanded on its plans grow its hotels business across its portfolio and develop its Queenstown site.
For Gambling Harm Awareness Week at SKYCITY, public health providers will be welcomed onto the SKYCITY Auckland casino floor to provide information and support to our customers.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group has today joined with other major New Zealand businesses in committing to tackling climate change.
Construction starts today on the $330 million expansion of the Adelaide Casino into a world-class integrated entertainment destination with South Australian sub-contractors among the big winners.
One of the biggest poker tournaments ever staged in New Zealand has left organisers delighted and players vowing to return.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group has today announced the appointment of Hansen Yuncken Pty Limited as the main contractor to deliver the A$330 million Adelaide Casino expansion, with construction to begin in next month.
SKYCITY Auckland is dealing up the biggest poker tournament in recent years, holding the inaugural World Poker Tour New Zealand (WPT NZ) from 25 May – 4 June.