Small Business: How making wooden toys for their boys became a business – New Zealand Herald

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Will and Terri Wara began making wooden toys for their sons Tana, 6 (left) and Coast, 4, two years ago. Photo / Supplied

Will and Terri Wara began making wooden toys for their sons Tana, 6 (left) and Coast, 4, two years ago. Photo / Supplied

Jane Phare

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Jane Phare

Jane Phare is a senior business reporter for the New Zealand Herald

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Terri and Will Wara began making wooden toys for their two young boys when, rejecting plastic and waste, they couldn't find a good selection to buy. What started as a home hobby grew into a

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