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SkyCity Entertainment Group Limited today announced its annual results for the year ending 30 June 2021.
Since achieving its China Ready Accreditation in August 2017, SKYCITY has been launching forward with initiatives to continually improve the Chinese customer experience at its five sites.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group has today joined with other major New Zealand businesses in committing to tackling climate change.
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 has again been awarded the prestigious Certificate of Excellence in the 2018 TripAdvisor awards.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group has unveiled the name of its third Auckland hotel, Horizon, being built alongside the New Zealand International Convention Centre.
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.
The Sky Tower’s annual fireworks display has again lead the world in welcoming 2018, watched by tens of thousands in Auckland and millions more with the midnight moment broadcast worldwide.
A policy developed by SKYCITY in conjunction with Women’s Refuge that includes special leave for staff impacted by domestic violence has been hailed as an example for other businesses to follow.
SKYCITY is at an exciting, yet challenging transformational phase, CEO Graeme Stephens told shareholders at the company’s annual meeting today.