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JAA set to develop youth market

The JAA is set to harness the energy and enthusiasm of young staff in the jewellery industry and guide them…

Industry mourns loss of John Howie

John Howie, the former CEO of the JAA, passed away on Wednesday (May 15).

JAA launches robbery prevention courses

The JAA has launched an online training course in robbery prevention for jewellery retailers and their staff.

JAA takes on Today Tonight

The JAA is preparing to take action against Channel 7’s Today Tonight if it does not publish a correction for…

JAA partners with workplace lawyers

In order to meet jewellery retailers’ increasing concerns about changing employment laws, the JAA has turned to workplace relations consultancy,…

Expertise Events reveals 2013 plans

Expertise Events, the organiser of the Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane JAA jewellery fairs, has revealed its plans to attract “the…

JAA Fair a success despite drop in visitors

Despite a drop in visitor numbers, this year’s JAA International Jewellery Fair was still a success for many exhibitors according…

Last chance to visit Sydney Fair

Today is the last chance Australian jewellery retailers have to order their Christmas stock from over 250 jewellery suppliers under…

JAA Award open to Kiwis

The Jewellery Association of Australia's biannual jewellery design competition will be open to New Zealanders for the first time this…

JAA winner wins again

Emily Snadden, the winner of the 2010 JAA Australian Jewellery Awards, has taken out one of 12 awards in Hong…

JAA winner out on a limb

A bangle inspired by the bark and branches of Australia’s native Salmon Gum tree was the winning design at the…

JAA calls for expressions of interest

The Jewellers Association of Australia and the 2010 JAA Australian Jewellery Awards principal sponsor, Pandora, are inviting expressions of interest…
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