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New Zealand Gaming Expo taking bookings

The organisers of the New Zealand Gaming Expo are pleased to announce that bookings for both the trade exhibition and conference program at the SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre March 4-5, 2008.

Rugby team gets pokie funding

International News Brief: The Canterbury Rugby Football Union is heading towards a $1 million injection from pokie machines.

Casino to review dress code after tourist humiliation

International news brief: A British tourist's night of celebration at the Christchurch Casino turned to 'humiliation' when she was told to cover her cleavage or leave.

New Zealanders spending more on gambling

International news brief: Statistics issued on Tuesday show the amount of money New Zealanders spend on gambling has increased.

Christchurch reviews dress code

International News Brief: Christchurch Casino says it is reviewing its dress code and was already doing so when it received a complaint from a woman who says she was 'humiliated' after being asked to cover her ample breasts.

New Zealand online lottery considered

International News Brief: The New Zealand Lotteries Commission is likely to offer tickets to most of its current prize draws online, before developing new games specifically tailored for the Web.

Report: Christchurch charges unsubstaniated

International News Brief: According to New Zealand government report, specific allegations made against Christchurch Casino are unlikely to be substantiated.

New Zealand problem gambling report released

The recently released New Zealand Ministry of Health report on problem gambling contains some incredible information that is very good news for the health sector.

New Zealand Casino Services director quits

International News Brief: New Zealand National frontbencher Gerry Brownlee has quit as a director of a casino consulting company so he is free to speak out without claims of a conflict of interest.

Official leads casino consulting company

International News Brief: National Party frontbencher Gerry Brownlee is a director of a company in New Zealand's troubled casino industry.

New Zealand casino debate reaches court

International News Brief: An attempt by New Zealand Parliament to block an increase in casino gambling has reached the Court of Appeal.

Christchurch target of probe

International News Brief: The New Zealand Minister of Internal Affairs Rick Barker has asked his department to investigate claims of loan sharking and financial mismanagment at the Christchurch Casino.

NZ govenment's casino stake attacked

The New Zealand Green Party has condemned Dr Michael Cullen's admission in the House today that the Government currently has $115 million invested in Sky City Entertainment Group.

Christchurch casino stake in play

International News Brief: South Island millionaire Barry Thomas is playing his cards close to his chest on the potential sale of SkyCity Entertainment Group's 40.5 per cent stake in Christchurch Casino.

NZ charities get $300 million from pokies

International News Brief: Pokie machine revenue was worth more than $300 million to community groups last year.

NZ tavern wins pokie fight

nternational News Brief: The co-owner of a Wellington tavern that has won the right to operate pokie machines in an outside smoking area cannot see why it caused any fuss.

New Zealand gambling levy proposal slammed

International News Brief: The leader of the United Future Party is slamming moves by the New Zealand Health Ministry to increase the gambling levy.

Christchurch Casino escapes conviction

nternational News Brief: Christchurch Casinos has escaped conviction in an unprecedented prosecution for allowing an under-age person in a gambling area.

Sky City gets makeover

International News Brief: Sky City's main gaming floor is now 10 years old and getting a $40 million makeover.

First NZ conviction for illegal gambling

International News Brief: Seasonal worker Bernadette Antoinette Wawatai is the first person to be prosecuted by New Zealand Internal Affairs for illegal bookmaking since the Gambling Act came into force in 2003.

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