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SkyCity Entertainment has confirmed that its insurance policy covers damage from the fire which struck its convention center in Auckland. In a stat

SkyCity Entertainment confirmed this morning that it would be unlikely to host any events at its fire-damaged international convention center in 2021.

An investigation team of ten different government and council agencies are investigating the cause of the SkyCity fire last week, which was allegedly

Two major earthquakes in California in the past week reminded Las Vegas, which was well within the zone of impact, that earthquake preparation remains

Operations will continue as usual at Resorts World Genting, despite a fire breaking out at an escalator in the property on Monday. According to a s

Hard Rock International has pledged US$100,000 to the Japan Red Cross for relief efforts connected with the Hokkaido Earthquake, which killed 41 peopl

Mombetsu Racecourse, one of the three National Association of Racing tracks in Hokkaido, was significantly damaged in the September 6 earthquake, with

This week’s 6.1 magnitude earthquake in Osaka is a timely reminder that IRs in Japan, more than in most other jurisdictions, need to be designed with issues of natural disaster-preparedness high on the agenda.

Details continue to emerge over the aftermath of the Category 10 typhoon which struck Macau and Hong Kong yesterday, causing severe flooding and damag

Nepal’s casino industry has restarted operations in Kathmandu within a week of the devastating earthquake that shook the country last month. Binod S

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