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Student Awards 2019 are open for entry now. Here are a few tips to for those planning to enter!

Veritas Tools’ shooting plane and track have been out for some time however the shooting board fence shown in this video has only just landed in Australia.

Person or a possum, there’s no doubt that the country stick chair bearing this name is an Australian icon. Jamie Bell explains.

Demonstrations and sales of woodwork and other crafts will make Maryborough a magnet for woodworkers in mid-July.

As a first, Arbortech has now developed its own angle grinder unit which is now the preferred power unit for optimising use of their popular attachments.

River table pours are all the rage it seems. Here's a locally made product that's clearly finding favour.

German manufacturer Stabila is celebrating 130 years of production with its limited edition 1889 Anniversary spirit level set.

For Grant Robertson, an invitation to exhibit was an opportunity to develop an idea that had been on the back burner.

Linda Nathan interviews the organiser of the Sydney Timber, Tools and Artisan Show which started today Friday 7th June and runs till Sunday 9th June.

With no entry charge or parking dramas smaller events such as these are a great way to tap into some woodworking inspiration.

Raf Nathan takes the Bosch 12V-8 Professional cordless trim router for a run.

Here's a detection system that doesn't destroy the blade or saw unit when triggered.

If you're in year 11 or 12 this is your invitation to have your your work featured on Wood Review's website and social media!

The aim of this initiative is to support emerging, mid-career and established craftspeople while presenting a snapshot of contemporary crafts practice.

Early bird tickets to a new conference style event for woodworkers in August are available until June 9.