Having done a deal to build a convention centre in Auckland, Sky City is buying a boutique casino in Queenstown to expand there.
There are concerns about the social cost of a new form of gambling payment, and an increase in the number of pokies at SkyCity.
A deal handing SkyCity Entertainment Group the right to build a national convention centre has just been signed off.
John Banks has appeared in court over his failure to properly report donations to his mayoral campaign.
ACT Party leader John Banks will likely appear in court over reporting donations from Kim Dotcom and SkyCity as anonymous.
Sky City and Brookfield Multiplex are in the final running to develop tourism infrastructure development in Queensland.
TVNZ bosses say they're discussing moving their Hobson Street studios amid speculation Sky City might buy them.
Patrick Gower goes over the finer details of the Auditor-General's report into the convention centre tender process.
David Shearer says there was only a single line in the Sky City report that backed John Key's view of events.
TVNZ says Sky City hasn't offered to buy any of its land for a national convention centre.
Ministers face another grilling in Parliament as Labour and the Greens try to nail them over the Sky City convention centre tender.
Another demand from Sky City has emerged in the pokies-for-a-convention-centre deal.
Prime Minister John Key has been through a torrid question time in Parliament over the Sky City convention centre deal.
John Key says it will be a "waste of time" to re-run the tender process for the Auckland convention centre.
Opposition parties reject claims the Government's been vindicated over the way it ran the tender for the national convention centre.
The Auditor-General's not happy with the way the Government did a deal with Sky City.
Regularly using pokie machines is the most harmful form of gambling, according to the Problem Gambling Foundation.
The Green Party requested the inquiry, claiming Sky City was given an unfair advantage in the bidding process.
A bill forcing casinos to give back profits derived from criminal activity won't pass its first reading.
Opposition parties say ACT leader John Banks is not off the hook, despite police announcing they will not lay charges over allegations he failed to properly declare donations.
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