Now in its fourth year, Australian Wood Review's Student Awards creates an online platform for viewing and celebrating the achievements of younger woodworkers.

Introducing the first of a series on the inspiring speakers who will feature at AWR L!VE on August 21 in Sydney.

The University of Newcastle is delighted to welcome George Lewin – a UON honorary doctorate – back to Newcastle and invite you to attend a lecture by this giant of Australian invention.

A long plank of decking from an illustrious British battleship is being reborn as a sea chest for the new captain of HMS Queen Elizabeth, the UK’s new aircraft carrier.

Shot within the forests of Latvia, this video documents the hand shaping of a dugout canoe.

Paul Sellars finds Fibonnaci in the workshop.

Announcing Wood Review magazine's first conference event: AWR L!VE will take place in Sydney, August 21.

Around 1000 items will take centre stage at the biennial competition soon to be staged by the Peninsula Woodturners Guild.

Specifying veneers is one of the most sustainable ways to use wood products.

Head to Queensland's Sunshine Coast for a long weekend of wood from April 29 to May 1.

This program for returned service people teaches woodworking skills and more, and there are also ways you can in turn support it.

Here's news of an exciting new competition for woodworkers.

An exciting bequest of hand tools with a historical connection to early 20th century Sydney cabinetmakers, J Ratner & Co will soon be displayed.

Wood sculptors from the Marquesas Islands and New Caledonia will feature at this year's Maleny Wood Expo in Queensland.

Canadian designer and fine woodworker Michael Fortune was recently both mentor and participant in an artist residency at the Centre For Fine Woodworking in Nelson, New Zealand.