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The Diamond Producers Association launched the above campaign 'Real is rare' in October 2019. This will now be abandoned with the plans of a new marketing strategy and campaign planned for launch in June.

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Diamond industry organisation to change name, launch new campaign

The Diamond Producers Association (DPA), which promotes natural diamonds internationally and is funded by seven mining companies including De Beers and Alrosa, has announced a complete rebranding and a new marketing premise. Read more »

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Sydney Jewellery Fair set to “heal” the industry

As Australia begins to overcome the COVID-19 health pandemic all eyes are set on the International Jewellery & Watch Fair still scheduled for September. It’s shaping up as more important than usual given the international economic crisis, so what’s in store for retailers and suppliers? Read more »
Michael Hill International has begun a phased reopening of its Australian and New Zealand stores.

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Michael Hill reopens 125 stores; closes some permanently

With social distancing restrictions gradually lifting in Australia and New Zealand, Michael Hill International has begun reopening stores – but several "underperforming" locations will be permanently closed. Read more »

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Coronavirus roughs up diamond industry

INCLUDES TIMELINE: The coronavirus has forced shutdowns at every stage of the diamond ‘pipeline’, from mines to bourses, the polishing centre of Surat, and retailers. Yet, the pandemic may represent an unlikely opportunity to rebalance the supply chain, writes ARABELLA RODEN. Read more »
Donvale man Daniel Ede, reportedly an employee of Melbourne Gold Company, appeared in Melbourne Magistrates' Court this week.

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Second man charged in $3.9 million Melbourne Gold Company robbery

A second suspect has been charged by police in the armed robbery of gold dealer Melbourne Gold Company (MBC), which took place on 27 April. Read more »
Baselworld organiser MCH Group has indicated it intends to create a fresh start for its flagship show with a complete restructure and name change.

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Baselworld to change name, format and location in 2021

Following the cancellation of the 2020 and 2021 editions of Baselworld, organiser MCH Group is planning to completely restructure the 103-year-old trade show including changing its location, format, and name, according to a new report. Read more »
 Indian jeweller and diamond dealer Nirav Modi has appeared in a UK court facing extradition to India, where he is charged with conspiracy to commit fraud.

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Nirav Modi's 'Ponzi scheme' extradition trial begins in London

After more than a year in custody, former diamond dealer and jewellery retailer Nirav Modi’s extradition trial has begun at Westminster Magistrates’ Court. Read more »
Young Diamantaires – members pictured in 2019 – has launched a new website as it prepares to expand its membership.

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New website and initiatives for Young Diamantaires group

Young Diamantaires (YD), an organisation associated with the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB), has launched a new website as its memberships grow. Read more »
The June Jewellery & Gem ASIA trade show has been postponed until November amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Third Hong Kong jewellery show postponed

Another Hong Kong trade show, Jewellery & Gem ASIA  (JGA), has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more »
Michel Loris-Melikoff, managing director Baselworld, has spoken exclusively to Jeweller about the cancellation of the 2021 show.

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EXCLUSIVE: Baselworld managing director responds to second cancellation

The world’s premier watch and jewellery show has been cancelled for a second time following the withdrawal of major exhibitors including Rolex, Patek Philippe, and LVMH. Read more »
The CIBJO Blue Books have been made available to download for free as a gesture of solidarity to the jewellery industry.

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CIBJO offers free resources during COVID-19 pandemic

The international jewellery confederation, CIBJO, has made its Blue Books – which define grading standards, nomenclature, and responsible sourcing practices for diamonds, coloured gemstones, pearls, coral, and precious metals – free for all to download for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more »
State and territory governments will begin phasing out restrictions in order to meet the federal government's target of stabilising businesses by the end of July.

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Government announces plan to restore normal business trading by August

The National Cabinet has agreed to begin lifting COVID-19 restrictions in a phased process, with the goal to have the majority of businesses trading as normal in July. Read more »
Image submitted to <i>Jeweller</i> on 6 May, shows that shoppers have begun to return to retail precincts such as Adelaide's Rundle Mall (pictured), as lockdowns are eased across the country.

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New data shows Australians returning to retail

Analysis of foot traffic patterns and retail spending suggests Australians are slowly returning to stores as states and territories prepare to relax social-distancing restrictions – yet figures are still far below 2019 levels. Read more »
This Cartier bracelet, circa 1930, features the distinctive Tutti Frutti carved emeralds, rubies and sapphires, alongside single-cut diamonds. |  Image: Mike Stillwell, <i>Town & Country</i>

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Cartier ‘Tutti Frutti’ bracelet sold in record-breaking online auction

A bracelet from Cartier’s iconic Tutti Frutti collection has been sold for $US1.3 million ($AU2 million) through a Sotheby's digital auction, breaking the record for the most expensive piece of jewellery sold online. Read more »
Police cordon off the street outside Melbourne Gold Company following the robbery on Monday. Image credit: Nine

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‘Record-breaking’ armed robbery at gold dealer; colourful history revealed

UPDATED: A business owned by Michael Kukulka, who was named in the high-profile gold bullion tax scheme, has been targeted in what is believed to be one of the largest armed robberies in Victorian history. Read more »

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