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Nationwide refutes 'offensive' JAA allegations

Nationwide Jewellers managing director Colin Pocklington has issued a comprehensive barrister’s report that refutes “offensive” allegations made by the Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA). Read more »
The report analysed the digital strengths of 70 watch and jewellery brands, ranking Cartier and Tiffany & Co as 'genius'

Digital lessons from large jewellery, watch brands

A new study details the digital strategies employed by high-profile jewellery and watch brands, which could act as a useful guide for smaller, independent jewellers. Read more »
A Michael Hill store in Melbourne has been hit with a smash-and-grab robbery. Image courtesy: Channel 9

Michael Hill jewellers hit by 20-second armed robbery

Four men have been arrested following a brazen armed robbery at a Michael Hill jewellery store in Melbourne. Read more »
The GIA has uncovered a ‘significant’ percentage of undisclosed synthetic diamonds

GIA ‘significant’ synthetics discovery

The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has recently uncovered a ‘significant’ amount of undisclosed synthetic diamonds mixed with natural stones. Read more »
An Australian graduate recently made her debut at Paris Fashion Week

Australian jeweller makes Paris Fashion Week debut

A recent Queensland jewellery university graduate has received international exposure following the unveiling of her collection at Paris Fashion Week. Read more »
The JIA is reviving the 'dying art' of hand engraving, amongst other techniques. Image courtesy: JIA

Jewellery institute revives ‘dying art’

A new Australian jewellery institute has opened in an effort to provide the local industry with greater access to specialised skills training. Read more »
Australia's 'oldest continuously-run' jeweller closed its doors after 165 years. Image courtesy: Leonard Joel

Iconic Aussie jeweller closes with $1.2M auction

Kozminsky jewellery store – said to have been Australia’s oldest continuously-run jeweller – has closed, breaking an auction record in the process. Read more »
This year, the inaugural Jewellery Design Awards has a prize pool exceeding $80,000

Biggest jewellery comp now open; $80,000 prizes

Registration for the inaugural Jewellery Design Awards (JDA), which has a prize pool exceeding $80,000, is now open. Read more »
Despite being a smaller-sized show, the Australian Jewellery Fair was met with positivity

Brisbane jewellery fair: results are in

The Australian Jewellery Fair (AJF) has drawn to a close and although it was a smaller-sized fair, most exhibitors seemed to have set expectations accordingly with a general positive atmosphere reported on the floor. Read more »
Reforms have been made to the NSW Retail Lease Act, which are set to benefit jewellers

Jewellers benefit from significant lease reforms

For the first time in more than a decade, significant changes have been made to the NSW Retail Leases Act that are expected to provide jewellers with a fairer and more transparent relationship with landlords. Read more »
Police recently raided a jewellery store in Perth believed to be full of 'stolen' jewellery. Image courtesy: Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Facebook/WA Police</a>

Police raid Perth store full of ‘stolen’ jewellery

Western Australia Police has seized the contents of a jewellery store in Perth, alleging that the items have been stolen. Read more »
In the second half of 2016, Michael Hill International revenue increased 5 per cent

Michael Hill boosts sales and store openings

Michael Hill International’s (MHI) latest trading update indicates a rise in sales for the six months ended 31 December, as the company’s store network continues to expand. Read more »
De Beers Group's profits more than doubled in 2016. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">De Beers Group</a>

De Beers profits double in 2016

New figures show that De Beers Group’s profits more than doubled in 2016, which was a result attributed to strong rough diamond demand, cost-cutting measures and favourable exchange rates. Read more »

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