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SKYCITY Entertainment Group today has announced the sale of the long-term concession to operate its Auckland car parks.
Academy Award-winning design and effects company Weta Workshop is set to open an exciting new entertainment experience on Federal Street in Auckland.
Work on Adelaide Casino’s $330 million expansion has achieved a key milestone with the pouring of the first suspended concrete slab.
SKYCITY has today expanded on its plans grow its hotels business across its portfolio and develop its Queenstown site.
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.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group has unveiled plans to pay its New Zealand-based staff at least $20 an hour by 2020; a move that will significantly increase the take-home pay of around 1750 people in Auckland, Hamilton, and Queenstown.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group today announced its interim result for the six months to 31 December 2017, which features growth across the company.
Adelaide Casino is excited to introduce their brand new restaurant, Patty Mac’s, combining the nostalgia of an American diner with delicious food and quality service.
SKYCITY is at an exciting, yet challenging transformational phase, CEO Graeme Stephens told shareholders at the company’s annual meeting today.
SKYCITY has today announced the acquisition of a majority interest in the AA Centre located on the corner of Albert and Victoria Streets in Auckland, purchasing NPT Limited’s interest in the property.