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Patrick Szewczuk reports on last weekend's Lost Trades Fair in Toowoomba, Qld.

The final in our series featuring all entrants to AWR Studio Furniture 2018. The exhibition runs at Bungendore Wood Works Gallery, NSW from October 20 to January 31, 2019.

Tom Bowman designed his Reading Chair with ergonomics and aesthetics in mind. See a video of how he made it.

David Yaffa, proprietor of Yaffa Media, publisher of Australian Wood Review, has died aged 84.

A new series of demos and technical info sessions with Vic Tesolin and Wally Wilson from Veritas Tools has been announced.

A year 12 student from Engadine High School demonstrates a no-waste solution for building a functional piece of furniture.

Have you got what it takes to be possibly the first global champion of a new woodworking sport?

Over $21,000 in awards will be determined by five judges.

Now an annual Melbourne institution, the Fringe Furniture exhibition is a mixed and fun offering.

Another update as we introduce another nine entrants.

In collaboration with the University of South Australia School of Art, Architecture and Design, JamFactory presents Adelaide Modern, an exhibition which has three parts.

Using only material salvaged from a skip, Dane Whiteside makes a surfboard.

A video that shows to make a world out of wood!

With AWR Student Awards we acknowledge the achievements of teachers as well as students. Wood Review Editor Linda Nathan spoke with Jayden Taccori, two of whose students won awards last year.

A massive tree that fell on the road has been saved from wood chipping and is being used as the foundation for workshops, collaborations and an exhibition in the Sunshine Coast, Qld.