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Footballer DeSean Jackson's Twitter boast about his salary backfired when a jeweller replied

Jeweller uses Twitter for debt collection

When an American Football player used Twitter to brag about signing a new contract, his jeweller saw it as an opportunity to remind him of his unpaid bills, publicly. Read more »
Paul Dracakis has been awarded an OAM

Jeweller Paul Dracakis awarded OAM

Paul Dracakis, founder of Sydney jewellery retailer Dracakis, has been awarded an Order of Australia medallion for his services to business and the Manly-Warringah community. Read more »
The DiamaPen is a pen-shaped laser that claims to be able to recognise potential synthetic stones

Diamond grading experts question DiamaPen

A new laser pen that claims to be able to recognise synthetic diamonds is making global headlines, but grading experts in the USA and Australia doubt its effectiveness. Read more »
Bevilles is closing its Queensland stores

Bevilles Jewellers closes Queensland stores

After a five-year foray into Queensland, jewellery chain Bevilles will close its two suburban Brisbane stores by the end of July. Read more »
Police have discovered a raft of counterfeit jewellery at Hurstville Westfield

Police raid Westfield retailer for counterfeit jewellery

Police seized hundreds of counterfeit jewellery and fashion accessories in a raid on a Sydney shopping centre last week. Read more »
JAA President Peter Beever with a baby croc at Nationwide's annual conference

Nationwide conference sizzles in Darwin

Nationwide Jewellers took its annual winter conference to the toasty surrounds of Darwin this year, and reported a roaring trade and a genuinely fun experience. Read more »
An example of counterfeit Thomas Sabo jewellery

New laws to stop counterfeit jewellery

Selling counterfeit watch and jewellery brands in Australia is set to become a tougher business, with new laws passed that aim to protect Australians from fake brands. Read more »
Police have made an arrest in relation to a jewellery robbery in Perth

‘Professional’ jewellery robbery gang outsmarted

In more good news for jewellers and bad news for thieves, an arrest has been made in relation to a robbery in Perth, which was potentially connected to several other thefts in the area. Read more »
Julie Sandlau Earrings

New Danish brand launches in Australia

The march Down Under by Danish designers continues with Julie Sandlau, a jewellery range popular with European and US celebrities, announcing that it is set to launch in Australia. Read more »
Scotty Nicols and Dane Rumble at the opening of Culet Jewellery

Popstar Dane Rumble opens jewellery store

New Zealand chart topping singer Dane Rumble is entering the jewellery business, opening a new store in Takapuna, which he says will be the first of many. Read more »
Several people have already been jailed in relation to the brazen Auckland robberies

Jeweller confesses to receiving stolen jewellery

A jeweller has pleaded guilty to charges of receiving stolen jewellery in relation to a robbery in Auckland last year that affected jewellery suppliers from Sydney and Hong Kong. Read more »
CAD/CAM Guide for Jewellers

CAD/CAM guide for jewellers

Learn how you can improve your business by creating a point of difference with CAD/CAM? Read Jeweller’s free CAD/CAM guide. Read more »


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