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It’s an old story. Seeking a better mouse trap, man builds one. In this case though there’s no trap, instead a new brand of handmade saws for fine woodworkers that was born in the USA.

A new research project will investigate the potential for commercial Indigenous forestry in the Northern Territory’s East Arnhem Land.

Entries close this month and are open to anyone involved in the design or building of structures that feature timber.

Restoring an icon which dates from the same era was a way for Hare & Forbes MachineryHouse to salute its founders while underlining core business values of longevity through service.

Learning woodwork skills is not restricted to any age group and neither are Australian Wood Review’s Maker of the Year awards.

Craft ACT members are now invited to submit proposed works for inclusion.

Jonathan Chappell traces the roots of the Windsor chair back to 18th century England.

Made for blacksmiths, these customised stamps can also provide an effective solution to adding makers’ marks to wood.

If you appreciate historical trade skills and technology here’s a heads-up about a series of upcoming videos.

If you’re challenged for space, this Sheppach HF-50 benchtop router could be the compact workhorse you need for your garage or workshop.

Here's a few tips to help show off your best work.

There are many reasons why the Australian Forest Products Association (AFPA) is proud to launch their new campaign.

'We're back!', says the Melbourne Guild of Fine Furniture, but their July hand tool event is off.

The first stages of Hare & Forbes MachineryHouse's 90th birthday celebration project are well underway.

News came today of a Medal of the Order of Australia award in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to the visual arts as a sculptor.

This documentary is a history of seating – from 1800 to today.