SkyCity Communications Team
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The Sky Tower will be lit blue and turquoise tonight only to highlight the joint bid from New Zealand and Australia to host the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Please read our market release relating to the opening of the company's fully underwritten $50 million share purchase plan today as part of a $230 million equity raising announced on 17 June 2020.
Tonight the Sky Tower will be lit blue in honour of Auckland Police officer, Constable Matthew Dennis Hunt who was killed in the line of duty on Friday.
Chef, author and restauranteur Peter Gordon is bringing to a close his long-standing relationship as Signature Chef at SkyCity’s The Sugar Club, freeing him up to focus on a new venture supporting the local food sector.
Please read our announcement regarding the redemption price relating to the company's 'Series 2015' corporate bonds (SKC040), which the company intends to redeem on 28 September 2020 as announced on 17 June 2020.
SkyCity Entertainment Group Ltd (SKC) completes $180 million share replacement.
From 24th to 28th June, 4th to 5th July and 10th to 12th July, the Sky Tower will shine like a sunrise in celebration of Matariki, the Māori New Year.
Please find attached documents regarding the company's funding plan, including a fully underwritten $80 million institutional placement and a fully underwritten $50 million share puchase plan.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has today launched an equity raising as part of a comprehensive funding plan to strengthen its balance sheet in response to uncertainty around the impacts of COVID-19.
This Friday 12th June at 6.30pm the Sky Tower will put on an interactive light show to celebrate what New Zealand has achieved as a nation and our move to Alert Level 1.