SkyCity Entertainment

PM not keen on SkyCity, centre link

PM not keen on SkyCity, centre link

Prime Minister John Key appears to have ruled out Queenstown's proposed convention centre involving a deal with casino giant SkyCity.

Disappointing SkyCity result in line with expectations

Casion operator SkyCity Entertainment has delivered a ''flat and disappointing'' result, as expected, with revenues and after-tax profit down 5.4% and 7.9% respectively.

No change for Sky City as law passes but doubt remains

No change for Sky City as law passes but doubt remains

Political uncertainties remain over Sky City Entertainment's deal to build a convention centre in exchange for an increased number of pokies, Forsyth Barr broker Suzanne Kinnaird said yesterday.

SkyCity confirmed to buy Wharf Casino

SkyCity confirmed to buy Wharf Casino

SkyCity Entertainment Group plans to make improvements to Queenstown's Wharf Casino, which it expects to take possession of next week, having gained unconditional approval from the Commerce Commission to buy the company.

Sky City role draws criticism

Sky City role draws criticism

The idea of SkyCity Entertainment Group operating a convention centre in Queenstown has upset some submitters on the Queenstown Lakes District Council's draft annual plan.

SkyCity buys Wharf Casino

SkyCity buys Wharf Casino

SkyCity Entertainment Group has further increased its interest in Queenstown, buying Otago Casinos Ltd, which holds the licence for Wharf Casino.

Convention centre plans excite

Convention centre plans excite

The Tourism Industry Association has welcomed plans for a proposed ''world-class'' convention centre in Queenstown, saying any such development would bring significant financial benefits to the region.

15% drop in Sky City's half-year

SkyCity has booked a 15% decline in profits for the half-year to December at $66.3 million, after enjoying an $11.5 million boost from the Rugby World Cup in the same period last year.

SkyCity eyes high rollers

SkyCity eyes high rollers

Gambling giant SkyCity Entertainment Group believes the Queenstown Casino is ripe for expansion and more investment. Anne Gibson, property editor of The New Zealand Herald, reports.

Share swap consolidates casino ownership

Share swap consolidates casino ownership

Queenstown is set to get a boost from high-rolling casino clients following a swap in ownership between listed Auckland company SkyCity Entertainment Group and Queenstown-based Skyline Enterprises.

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