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The upcoming meeting will cover the accreditation program, consumer law and the JAA Code of Conduct

Jewellers meeting clarifies key industry topics

Australian jewellers will have the opportunity to improve their knowledge of a number of industry issues by attending an upcoming information session. Read more »
The new policy involves independent assessment of any suspicious diamonds

Industry tackles diamond over-grading head-on

Three international diamond industry bodies have jointly introduced a policy designed to tackle over-grading concerns and restore consumer confidence. Read more »
Richemont is seeking to sell high-end jewellery and watches through its luxury online retail platform. Source: Cartier

Jewellers invited to build online retail platform

A luxury goods giant that owns a number of high-end watch and jewellery brands has reportedly asked its competitors to help build an online retail platform that would rival the likes of Amazon. Read more »

Confusion over jewellery magazine closures

News that two Australian jewellery trade magazines have merged is raising several questions not only in regards to the state of the industry but also which title will actually cease publication. COLEBY NICHOLSON addresses the confusion.   Read more »
A retailer has suffered numerous stab wounds from a jewellery store attack. Source: ABC News, Kristina Harazim

Jewellery retailer stabbed in store attack

A jewellery store staff member is said to be in a “serious condition” after suffering numerous stab wounds from a daytime attack. Read more »

10 tips for motivating jewellery staff

The key to success for any business is the right staff; however, difficult trading conditions could call for an employee review. Instead of trying to motivate people, the key is to inspire the motivated and remove the unmotivated. Read more »
A criminal operation in Brazil was illegally selling valuable Paraiba tourmaline

Exposed: major criminal tourmaline operation

Brazilian police have uncovered a criminal operation that involved the illegal extraction and sale of one of the most valuable gemstones in the world. Read more »
International diamond industry leaders discussed joint action on current sector challenges at a recent congress

Diamond challenges brought to the fore

Key international diamond industry leaders recently converged at a congress to discuss the current challenges within the global diamond sector and how these issues could be addressed. Read more »
Diamonds with undisclosed 'sophisticated' coatings have been detected by international grading laboratories

Diamond treatments continue to cause suspicion

Following the recent grading certificate recall by the GIA, another international diamond grading laboratory has reported stones with an undisclosed “sophisticated” treatment. Read more »
A car was used to smash through the entrance of Meadowbank Shopping Centre in a jewellery heist

Ram raid jewellery burglaries catch on in NZ

A New Zealand jewellery store has been robbed in a ram raid attack, only months after three similar incidents occurred in Australia. Read more »
The gold necklace was found in what is believed to be a prince's 2,500-year-old grave

Gold necklace found on ancient corpse

Archaeologists have discovered an ancient solid gold necklace around the neck of a more than 2,500-year-old royal corpse. Read more »
The Capricorn Sapphire mine is said to be the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere

Australia offers ‘huge’ sapphire promise

Production has commenced at an Australian sapphire mine that is said to have the potential to become one of the largest in the world. Read more »


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