Last week in Sydney, over 130 people took part in panel discussions and networked at Wood Review's first conference event.

The fastest shed in the west recently topped 150 kilometres per hour...

In Europe, handmade made oak barrels are making a comeback. This video gives a glimpse of the cooper's artistry.

Whittlers and spooncarvers take note, Ray Iles tools, made in the UK and noted for the quality, are now available locally.

A short and entertaining video that puts a human face and hand to kitchen and bathroom fitouts undertaken for IKEA.

Wood Review's half day conference for emerging and professional makers will feature a packed program of talks and panel discussions this Monday August 21 at 1:30pm in Sydney.

Sydney's showcase for new and local furniture design is the largest yet.

How do we know if the wood or wood products produced here are sourced from sustainably managed forests?

Mira Nakashima takes us through the furniture making workshops and wood store that were established by her late father, George Nakashima.

Would your business fail an Illegal Logging Prohibition Regulation Audit?

Digital meets analogue in the figurative sculptures of Hsu Tung Han.

The winner of our Timberbits subscriber prizedraw tells how his good fortune also flowed onto another woodworker.

Take a look at the future. Shaper Origin is the world's first handheld CNC tool.

Crowds of up to 5,000 are predicted for this year's Ballarat Wood Show.

As a maker, designer and marketer John Madden will offer unique insights at our conference event in Sydney on August 21.