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Josh Zarb joins Expertise Events

Former general manager of Leading Edge Group Jewellers (LEGJ), Josh Zarb, has joined Expertise Events. He assumed the position on 14 January, having left LEGJ in December last year. Read more »

Michael Hill fined for misleading warranties

Michael Hill’s New Zealand operating company has been fined $NZ169,000 ($AU160,000) after it breached warranty disclosure laws and misled customers into paying for warranties they did not agree to. Read more »
Chilean jewellery gang members caught on CCTV. Image courtesy: NSW Police

Chilean jewellery gang members charged, extradited

Arrested members of a South American crime syndicate are facing multiple criminal charges after allegedly stealing more than $1 million in jewellery and other luxury items throughout Australia. Read more »

More changes at Pandora

Pandora has named Phil McNutt as the new managing director for Australia and New Zealand, coinciding with the recommendation of two new candidates for the company’s upcoming board elections in March. Read more »

Applicants pour in for Nationwide free diamond training

Australia’s largest jewellery group, Nationwide Jewellers, has experienced an overwhelming uptake in its free diamond training program since its launch last year. Read more »
Jane is wearing jewellery that was accidentally donated. Image courtesy: CBC News

$52K jewellery accidentally ‘donated’ to charity

Around $52,000 worth of diamond jewellery, pearls and gemstones mistakenly ended up in a bag of second-hand clothes that was donated to charity. Read more »

More problems with JAA financial reports

The JAA’s new audit firm has called its 2018 Financial Statements into question and also identified a significant error in last year’s financial report to members. Read more »

The Great Diamond Debate

Six months after De Beer’s surprised the international jewellery industry by entering the synthetic diamond market, we explore whether the decision was a strategic move to ensure competitor innovation did not become blanket disruption or whether De Beers finally saw the light and realised lab-grown diamonds are not a menace after all?

Perhaps it’s even a little bit of both, or perhaps it doesn’t really matter anyway!

Our Great Diamond Debate might help you decide. Read more »

Don't poke the bear!

ABE SHERMAN says bogus claims and overpriced products from synthetic manufacturers probably ‘forced’ De Beer’s into the lab-grown market. Read more »

De Beers “Fire in the Hole”

What is really behind the jewellery industry’s greatest U-turn? CHAIM EVEN-ZOHAR with PRANAY NARVEKAR analyse De Beers’ real motives. Read more »

Lab-created diamond jewellery market to grow to US$15billion by 2035

The global jewellery industry is estimated to be worth US$270 billion. PAUL ZIMNISKY reports on the staggering potential of the ‘new diamond’ economy. Read more »

Predicting a synthetic future

There is more than meets the eye behind De Beer’s move into lab-grown diamonds says GARRY HOLLOWAY. Indeed some of the early ramifications have been ‘unintended’, or were they? Read more »


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