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A festival dedicated to the art of hand carving wooden spoons.

Informative and entertaining talks and demonstrations, coupled with a 'marketplace' of fine hand toolmakers, made this annual event organised by Popular Woodworking magazine well worth visiting.

News has just come to hand of the passing of Alan Wale, OAM, founding director of Sturt School for Wood.

Foreign, familiar: an exhibition of new works explores ideas of home in a collaboration between UniSA and JamFactory.

This year the Northern Turners, SA will exhibit at two venues.

Top of the range machinery manufacturer supports top makers.

An update on the progress of Richard Vaughan's PNG training project.

From September 24–25 Ballarat will host its own wood show.

An exhibition celebrating everyday materials in the raw – timber, fibre, metal, paper – and what they can become.

WoodSolutions just recently launched an exciting national multi-disciplinary design competition.

It's time to register for this year's annual spooncarving weekend event in the Tweed Valley, NSW.

Australian Forestry Standard Limited (AFS) is now a Campaign Associate of the Australian Made Campaign.

Based on the human spine, this is a furniture component with endless possibilities for assembly.

West Australian retiree Kevin Bird has built a six metre high tower clock from jarrah.