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Six judges from Australia, New Zealand, the UK and the USA will determine this year's Maker of the Year awards presented by Carbatec.

In 2022, SCM Group, global leader in technologies for machining a wide range of materials and industrial components, celebrates 70 years of success and growth.

Photographers capture the magic of our forests in a national competition for tree lovers sponsored by Responsible Wood.

Now in their 23rd year, the Australian Timber Design Awards aim to promote and encourage outstanding timber design.

A large fleet of sailing vessels will grace the River Derwent in Tasmania in February 2023 for the opening event.

Last year's judges for Maker of the Year presented by Carbatec have some great tips for highlighting your work.

Former TAFE Queensland carpentry apprentice, Calum Moore, 32, has risen rapidly up the ranks of Brisbane’s construction world thanks to continued training, as assisted by Construction Skills Queensland funding.

Well known presenter on Channel 7's Better Homes and Gardens, Adam Dovile is the new brand ambassador for The Ultimate Renewable™, a promotional program resourced by Forest and Wood Products Australia.

The Victorian Woodworkers Association is seeking a workshop manager to manage the machinery and workshop at the Wood Design Centre in Tyrone St North Melbourne.

Forest Tales brings together 22 pieces in a showcase of global design talent and the versatility of American hardwood as a design material.

Heart of the Tree will soon showcase a stunning selection of turned timber vessels and sculptures by Terry Martin at Bungendore Wood Works Gallery, NSW.

From log to high-end snare, this video shows the process of Noble & Cooley, a US family business established in 1854 and ‘still standing’ as the oldest drum factory in the USA.

Material Obsession is group exhibition which celebrates earth, clay and wood in works by three Victorian artists.

Today marks the start of a week-long campaign that aims to promote certified Australian made and grown products.

"Making things is not about seeking absolute perfection. It’s about working towards it. It’s about taking the best parts of a prototype and doing it again, each time a little better.”

Don’t throw your old IKEA furniture away – it could pay for your holiday, or your kids’ university fees.