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Diamond Exchange has gone into administration

Diamond Exchange enters administration

Diamond Exchange has been put into administration after months of trading problems and disputes with dissatisfied customers. Read more »
The phony Nina Online Gallery and Boutique website, almost identical to the real one

Online scam hits Australian jewellers

An Australian jeweller has been hit by a scam that uses an exact replica of the company’s website to fool people into phony business proposals. Read more »
Passion8 bridal jewellery from Miller Diamonds

Personalisation trend hits bridal jewellery

New trends are revolutionising the traditional bridal jewellery market, according to the trend forecasters behind Inhorgenta watches and jewellery fair. Read more »
Michael Hill

Michael Hill to expand in America

New Zealand fine jewellery retailer Michael Hill revealed ambitions for more than 500 stores in the US at the unveiling of its “Ultimate Engagement Ring” at New York’s Rockefeller Plaza last week. Read more »
Diamond Exchange is still not refunding its customers, despite its listed terms and conditions

Diamond Exchange still holding refunds

Diamond Exchange customers are still experiencing delays in receiving refunds from the online retailer, as the business deals with solvency issues in court. Read more »
A ring from the newly launched Lace collection by Ole Lynggaard

Ole Lynggaard eyes Australian flagship store

Danish jewellery brand Ole Lynggaard plans to open a flagship store in Australia following the successful opening of its shop in central Copenhagen. Read more »
Tag Heuer, one of LVMH's top performing watch brands

LVMH watch and jewellery sales jump

World-leading luxury group LVMH achieved revenue of €14.2 billion ($20 billion) in the first nine months of 2010, a 19 per cent increase compared with the same period last year. Read more »
Long lines snaking out the door at Docklands Costco's opening day

Melbourne shoppers snap up Costco diamonds

Consumers on the hunt for bargain diamonds flocked to Costco’s maiden flagship store in Melbourne during its first year of opening, with $5,000 and $10,000 gems being snapped up by eager shoppers. Read more »
A monitor lizard. Lizards are often tied up and kept in plastic bags for days before they are slaughtered.

Swatch takes a stand against exotic leather

Swatch Group has responded to an outcry against exotic leather after a Swiss television channel exposed the unacceptable conditions that surround the obtainment of exotic animal leathers. Read more »
Swarovski's website and e-tailing operations were amongst the highest ranked luxury brands

Luxury jewellery and watches digitally ’paralysed’

Swarovski and Tiffany & Co’s “digital IQ” may have made it into the top 10 highest ranked luxury brands, but jewellery and watch brands are still lagging behind their fashion, shoes and leathergoods counterparts. Read more »
Holly Budge

Kiwi jeweller turns quake grief into jewellery

Christchurch jeweller Holly Budge has launched a jewellery collection based on her experience of the 7.1-Richter earthquake that hit her hometown less than two months ago. Read more »
Young workers are set to suffer as a result of Fair Work's decision

Three-hour retail shift battle continues

Fair Work Australia’s decision to uphold minimum three-hour shifts in the retail sector after a second appeal has angered industry bodies. Read more »


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