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The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) has certified Palloys according to its rigorous Code of Practices

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Palloys attains new ethical certification

Palloys, part of the Pallion group of companies, has become Australia’s first jewellery manufacturer and wholesaler to be certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC). Read more »
Iconic Perth jeweller Rosendorff Diamonds has collapsed, owing millions. Image credit: Nic Ellis/The West Australian

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Iconic Perth jeweller goes into receivership

In sad news for the West Australian jewellery industry, the iconic Rosendorff Diamonds has called in receivers after collapsing, owing more than $18 million. Read more »
Pandora’s sales have continued to drop during the first quarter of 2019

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Pandora woes continue, sales fall, 1,200 to lose jobs

Pandora International has reported soft figures for the first quarter of 2019, with global sales falling six per cent and net profits down 31 per cent. Read more »
A new report has investigated the true impact of diamond mining on the environment and communities

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Mined diamonds generate less carbon than lab-grown: report

The Diamond Producers’ Association (DPA) has released the results of a comprehensive investigation into the impact of diamond mining. Read more »
A man wore a similar Donald Trump mask to rob a Queensland jewellery store.

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Burglar Trumps security cameras with bizarre disguise

Queensland police are investigating a bizarre burglary of a Strathpine jewellery store, with the suspect donning a mask of US President Donald Trump while carrying out the crime. Read more »
The age of the Ana Maria Pearl has been authenticated using radiocarbon dating

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World first: Radiocarbon dating used to establish pearl’s origin

In what is believed to be a world-first, radiocarbon dating has been used to establish the age of a pearl. Read more »
US$1.7 million in jewellery purchased by disgraced businessman Jho Low has been forfeited to the authorities.

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More Jho Low jewellery handed over

The mother of disgraced Malaysian businessman Jho Low has handed over jewellery valued at US$1.7 million to government officials, as legal proceedings continue against her son. Read more »
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Casting and refining continues to evolve

With new technology and an emphasis on cleaner, greener and more economical practices, ARABELLA RODEN discovers the casting and refining industry is improving efficiency all the time. Read more »

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Fashion Watches: Behind Their Rise in Popularity

Fashion watches have seen a meteoric rise in popularity in the last ten years. ARABELLA RODEN discovers what makes this market tick. Read more »

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Pandora’s management merry-go-round continues

Following several other high-profile exits, Pandora International’s chief operating officer (COO) Jeremy Schwartz has tendered his resignation, ahead of the imminent commencement of new president and CEO Alexander Lacik. Read more »
A man has been charged after police seized $200,000 worth of stolen jewellery from a Perth store

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Police seize $200,000 in suspected stolen jewellery at Perth store

WA Police have raided a second-hand jewellery shop in West Perth, which was believed to be stocked with stolen goods. Read more »
Georgini has joined West End Collection as its first in-house jewellery business

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West End Collection expands further; acquires Georgini

After six months of discussions, West End Collection has acquired Georgini. The purchase includes assets and stock, intellectual property and the Georgini name. Read more »
Michael Hill has announced its quarterly financial results on the back of its new retail strategy

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Michael Hill sales slump, but company shows signs of improvement

Releasing its quarterly trade update recently, Michael Hill International revealed that same-store sales shrunk 1.5 per cent and total sales 0.8 per cent year-on-year. The share price slipped 7 cents to 60 cents in the wake of the news. Read more »
A clumsy thief is caught on camera dropping stolen jewellery during a late-night raid in Perth.

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Bumbling thieves sought in Perth

April Fools’ Day was aptly named for two West Australian men, who were caught on CCTV fumbling a break-in on 1 April. Read more »

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Man sentenced over Nowra robberies

Wollongong man Kiall Stephen Powell, also known as Kiall Nebauer, has been sentenced to 12 months in jail for a series of robberies committed on the NSW south coast in March. Read more »

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