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Coronavirus pushes jewellery chain Michael Hill to close stores indefinitely

Jewellery chain Michael Hill is closing its Australian stores indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement to the New Zealand and Australian stock exchanges, Michael Hill International said local workers would be stood down and given access to leave entitlements. It said Federal Government social-distancing rules were not consistent with the day-to-day conduct of its business.

Michael Hill has about 1,600 staff in Australia, 1,300 in retail stores who will be stood down. The jeweller has 304 stores across Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

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Tigerlily collapses into administration

Troubled swimwear brand Tigerlily has become Australian retail's first victim of the coronavirus pandemic, with the company blaming it for a drop in sales after appointing administrators on Monday. KordaMentha administrator Scott Langdon has been appointed to the business, which operates across 30 retail locations – along with an online store – and employs around 200 people.

Mr Langdon said COVID-19 was a "core reason" for Tigerlily's collapse, as the company had seen reduced sales since the virus was declared a pandemic. This echoed similar warnings from stationery brand Kikki K, which waved the white flag in early March. Tigerlily is the tenth major retailer to either collapse or announce significant store closures since the end of 2019, with Harris Scarfe, Bardot, Jeanswest, Bose, Kikki K, Curious Planet, EB Games, Ishka and Colette by Colette Hayman all falling victim to the retail malaise. With coronavirus shutdowns set to occur within weeks, this list is likely to grow.

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Stationery chain kikki.K is placed into voluntary administration

Another major Australian retail chain has collapsed, with the receiver warning that more could follow, as consumer confidence remains shaky. Almost 500 jobs are in limbo after Melbourne-based stationery chain kikki.K was placed into voluntary administration. The chain has 65 stores across Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, London and New Zealand, as well as an online store.

Barry Wight from the company's receiver, Cor Cordis, told the ABC that the retail chain had been struggling for some time, but that poor summer trade had likely exacerbated its problems. "There really just wasn't enough spending money during the December and January period," Mr Wight said. "Certainly we've had an impact of bushfires in December and then most recently the impacts of the coronavirus." Mr Wight said the chain made almost $70 million in sales last year. "It's got a lot going for it but the recent events have made it too difficult to continue," he said. Mr Wight said all of the chain's stores remained open and nobody had lost their jobs. Cor Cordis is investigating the possibility of selling off the whole chain or closing some stores. "Everything is on the table," he said.

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