In the early years of the diamond boom, there was a certain inevitability to it.
Everyone was going to buy more, and diamonds would sell for a bigger sum.
“It wasn’t a case of ‘We’re going to have diamonds for free and nobody’s going to bother us,'” said Dr Mark Williams, a diamond expert and lecturer at the University of Tasmania’s School of Diamond and Gemology.
But in the last couple of decades, as the price of diamonds has plummeted and prices of diamonds have skyrocketed, demand has fallen.
The trend has led to some of the biggest and most valuable diamonds ever mined, but there’s been a rise in the number of companies that produce the diamonds themselves, according to the Diamond Institute.
In Australia, diamond is the second-most valuable mineral after coal.
But unlike coal, which can be mined at a lower cost, diamonds are mined at much higher temperatures, and there’s an increased risk of damage from temperature fluctuations.
Diamonds, however, are not as hard as coal, so there’s more room for mineralisation.
There are many factors that affect the price, including the quality of the gemstones, the quantity of diamonds, the quality and quality of labour involved, and whether they are a natural or a synthetic product, according the Diamond Association.
Many of the most popular diamonds are synthetic, with the most expensive diamond being the “bronze” variety, according its website.
This means they have been mined using a highly complex process that involves the addition of a number of minerals to form diamond powder.
However, there is also a large amount of room for natural diamond dust, which is often mixed into the process.
Most diamond producers in Australia have a network of mining sites across the country, with large mining operations located in remote areas, and the Diamond Australia network has over 50 mining sites in Australia.
When a mine goes bust, a huge number of workers are forced to go back to their communities to make a living, but in some cases, they may not be able to return for years.
So, in order to make ends meet, many of the mines are relying on a small group of people who may have been living on the fringe of society, such as the unemployed.
And many of those workers are people who are working on the mining sites and working for less than minimum wage, according Dr Williams.
While many of these people have to travel long distances to make the work worthwhile, the cost of living can be quite high, so many of them end up in debt.
Dirty work is one of the main reasons people are moving back home to seek work.
One worker at the Diamond Aussie diamond mine in Brisbane told the ABC he had been working at the mine for more than two years.
“I was making a lot of money, and I was paying my mortgage, and everything was going well,” he said.
He was earning $30 an hour and the company was doing well.
But, like so many others, he was struggling to make enough money to cover his rent and other living expenses.
Dr Williams said many of his colleagues were forced to move back to remote areas because they could not afford to keep the jobs.
As well as being hard working, some of those employed were also well paid.
A lot of these workers may have a hard time making ends meet.
More than half of the workers in the Diamond Diamond Australia mining network were female, according their website.
And many of their workers were working for more money than they were making.
It’s a situation that has led many of Dr Williams’ colleagues to leave their jobs to join the network, or go back home altogether.
They have been able to keep working, but many of other workers have also lost their jobs.
“It’s one of those situations where you’ve got a lot more people at risk of going into debt because of their circumstances,” he told the Australian Financial Report.
According to Dr Williams, it is important for people to take responsibility for their own financial situations, and to not become complacent.
People can choose to retire early and get out of debt, but Dr Williams believes that this could be very dangerous for the people that are working in the industry.
For many of Diamond Australia’s workers, it’s the job that pays the most, and they can’t afford to take a break.
If they have a break and can’t pay their bills, they risk losing their jobs and going into foreclosure, according Diamond Australia.
But there are also some people who choose to stay in the diamond industry, and for those people, the diamond dust is worth a lot less.
Even if a mine runs out of diamonds before it goes bust and they have no money left, they are not going to be able keep working if the dust