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The casino operator SkyCity plans to cut another 700 jobs as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The job losses follow last month's announcement of 200 staff redundancies.
Māni Dunlop speaks with… Audio
Last year's devastating SkyCity International Convention Centre fire has been ruled an accident after an investigation by Fire and Emergency.
The fire burned for several days in October, bringing… Audio
Sky City and Fletcher Building are putting questions of liability and damages to one side as they look to tackle the aftermath of the fire that appears to have badly damaged the International… Audio
The casino operator Sky City has had a strong start to the financial year, and expects to see moderate growth in its full year underlying profit. Audio
SkyCity Entertainment Group is to lift its minimum wage to $20 an hour over the next three years for all its New Zealand workers.
The casino company SkyCity Entertainment has posted a strong first half profit, as its New Zealand business grew and its high-roller business recovered.
It was a busy night for Auckland firefighters, with a major blaze in a Penrose factory and smoke causing the evacuation of the Sky Tower. Fire Service scting shift manager Carren Larking says fire… Audio
An Ōtara local board member is accusing a security guard hired for a conference at SkyCity of racism, after he tried to stop her going into the building. Audio
A security guard hired for a local government conference at Sky City is being accused of racism after trying to stop an Otara community board member as she walked into the building. Audio
SkyCity was justified in firing a casino worker after he authorised a payment of more than $300,000 to a player, the Employment Relations Authority has found.
China's crackdown on gambling has hurt SkyCity's high-roller business, with revenue dropping 6 percent.
Sky City wants the Intercity terminus moved from its Hobson Street complex, while bus operators want to stay in the CBD.
The head of a South African casino and resorts company has been named as the new chief executive for SkyCity Entertainment.
The chips are down for Auckland-based casino operator Sky City Entertainment as a drop-off in gambling and the high New Zealand dollar reduced first quarter revenue.
The Auckland casino operator, Sky City, says none of its staff or contractors have been caught-up in a crackdown on so-called gambling crimes by authorities in China. Audio
SkyCity's full-year profit has jumped 13 percent, driven by growth in its Auckland casino and international high-rollers business.
SkyCity Entertainment's chief executive Nigel Morrison is to leave the company.
The chief executive of listed gaming company, Sky City Entertainment, Nigel Morrison, is to leave the company. Audio
Protesters are blocking the entrance to Sky City in Auckland where an international oil conference is being held. Audio
SkyCity's deal with the government appears to be paying off for it - but, the Problem Gambling Foundation says, the deal's social impact is unclear. Audio