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JWNZ Fair set for success
More than 70 exhibitors, including 10 Australian companies, have been confirmed for the 15th annual JWNZ Trade Fair at the…
Bishop tags Hart
The world’s fastest jeweller came face to face with one of the world’s biggest stars of motocross when Wallace Bishop…
Danes buy 60 percent stake in Oz Pandora
Danish company Pandora Holdings has acquired a 60 percent stake in Pandora Jewelry, the Australian distributor of Pandora jewellery.
Zamels loses Appeal
The Full Court of the Federal Court has unanimously dismissed an appeal made by Ascot Four, the former owners of…
Pandora wins Danish honour
Karin and Brook Adcock, the directors of Pandora (Australia and New Zealand) have been awarded the Diploma of the Danish…
Alpina lands on Hamilton Island
Ben Southall, the 34-year-old Brit who recently won ‘The Best Job in the World’ as caretaker of Hamilton Island, has…
Avstev takes on TechnMarine
The Avstev Group, Australasia's largest independently owned Swiss watch distributor, has added TechnoMarine to its stable of brands.
Bazaar winners on display at JAA fair
A special judges’ selection of the entries in the Diamond Guild Australia – Harpers Bazaar Design Awards 2009 will be…
Countdown to opal awards
The June 30 closing date for entries in the 2009 International Opal Jewellery Design Awards competition is fast approaching.
De Beers production drops 90 percent
De Beers' diamond production fell 90.8 percent in the first quarter of this year, according to a report by Anglo…
GFMS predicts record gold price
Precious metals consultancy GFMS expects the annual average price of gold to reach a record high this year.
Blue diamond sells for US$9m
A fancy vivid blue, internally flawless, cushion-shaped diamond weighing 7.03 carats sold for a record US$9,488,754 at Sotheby's 'Magnificent Jewels'…