World Lacrosse has promoted Kenya and the Philippines to full members of the governing body.
World Lacrosse has pledged its support to the documentary Sleeping Warrior, which follows the story of the sport's first women's African team to compete in a World Championship.
The Iroquois Nationals lacrosse team have suggested they may form a National Olympic Committee (NOC) and seek International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognition, with lacrosse seeking to be a part of the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games.
World Lacrosse seeks submissions of interest for Men’s Indoor and Women's Under-20 World Championships
World Lacrosse has opened the window for potential hosts to submit expressions of interest in staging the Men’s Indoor World Championship and Women's Under-20 World Championship in 2024.
England Lacrosse has appointed former under-21 international player Natasha Dangerfield as the new President of the governing body, following the departure of Sue Livock after six years.
New dates for next year's Men's Under-21 World Championship have been announced by World Lacrosse.
The Uganda Lacrosse Association (ULA) has become the first African body recognised as a full member of World Lacrosse.
World Lacrosse has approved the initial set of playing rules for the sport's new 6v6 discipline.
United States Virgin Islands has become the 68th member nation of World Lacrosse.
Ireland Lacrosse is to withdraw from the men's 2022 World Games contest in Birmingham in the United States, clearing the way for the Iroquois Nationals team to take part.
Dominican Republic Lacrosse has become the 67th member of World Lacrosse.
World Lacrosse is to give more than $95,000 (£72,000/€80,000) to 15 members in the form of relief grants.
World Lacrosse, the International World Games Association (IWGA) and the World Games 2022 Birmingham Organising Committee have jointly announced that the Iroquois Nationals will be eligible to compete at the World Games, pending qualification.
World Lacrosse has confirmed that they are working with the Organising Committee of the 2022 World Games to change the format of the sport's competition to allow indigenous groups to take part.
Petition calls on 10 countries to boycott 2022 World Games over Iroquois Nationals exclusion from lacrosse
A petition launched to convince organisers of the 2022 World Games to allow the Iroquois Nationals lacrosse team to compete has called for 10 countries to boycott the event in Birmingham in Alabama over their exclusion.