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SkyCity is proud to announce it has signed up to 40:40 Vision, pledging a commitment to achieve gender balance across its executive leadership by 2023.
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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.
SKYCITY Auckland has successfully tackled a huge food waste problem, diverting nearly 500 tonnes – the equivalent weight of 142 buses - from landfill to become compost for kiwifruit orchards and landscaping companies.
SKYCITY has been helping Auckland Council to ensure hundreds of precious free-range eggs are making their way safely to those that need them most.
A 13-metre high projection of the Suffrage 125 - Whakatū Wāhine logo will grace the Sky Tower this week to mark 125th anniversary of New Zealand becoming the first self-governing country in the world to grant women the vote.
During Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori - Māori Language Week, SKYCITY staff not only encouraged to learn basic phrases, they were also offered the opportunity to enroll in a 36 week Te Reo Māori course in 2019.
Yesterday more than 200 firefighters gathered under the Sky Tower in memory of the September 11 World Trade Centre attacks as well as honoring New Zealand firefighters who have fallen in the line of duty.
Tonight, the Sky Tower is lighting yellow to mark World Suicide Prevention Day as a mark of respect for families who have lost love ones to suicide.
More than $75,000 was raised for Kiwi kids in need at SKYCITY Variety of Chefs black-tie fundraiser on Friday night, an evening hosted by Mediaworks personalities Mike McRoberts, Melissa Davis and Aziz Al-Sa’afin.
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.
More than 390 people from across New Zealand challenged themselves to the Sky Tower stairs in the seventh annual Step Up Sky Tower Stair Challenge, raising more than $420,000 for Leukemia Blood Cancer (LBC).