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SkyCity Entertainment Group issued a statement on Wednesday morning announcing that it anticipated being able to reopen its Auckland property to the p

SkyCity Entertainment Group announced that Auckland Council has given the New Zealand International Convention Centre resource consent approval.  The

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has assigned its 'BBB-' rating to SkyCity Entertainment's NZ$100 million ($64.8 million) seven-year bonds. The unse

SkyCity Entertainment reported normalised revenue of NZ$1 billion ($657 million) for the full year ending June 30, 2015, up 8.7 percent on the previou

SkyCity Entertainment is enhancing its Auckland property with a major upgrade costing NZ$24 million ($15.8 million) of its main atrium. The improvemen

SkyCity Entertainment Group is optimistic about its prospects, but analyst reactions to its latest results have been lacklustre, while a major project designed to boost growth at home is facing difficulties. The company, which operates four casinos in...

SkyCity Entertainment Group, which operates six casinos in Australia and New Zealand, has reported a small decline in net profit after tax in its res

New Zealand’s prime minister says Auckland’s SkyCity convention center will be an “eyesore” unless the government pumps more cash into the pr

The rating on SkyCity Entertainment Group’s shares has been downgraded from hold to sell by analysts from Deutsche Bank and Craigs Investment Partn

SkyCity Entertainment is reportedly still waiting for a decision from the Auckland council as to whether a planned national convention center, which

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