This year's World Lacrosse Women's World Championship in the United States has been pushed back to 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Sallie Barker was elected as the finance and governance director of World Lacrosse at its recent General Assembly.
World Lacrosse has taken an important step to setting up a Hall of Fame with the aim of honouring, celebrating, preserving and sharing the outstanding accomplishments and contributions of those who have helped contribute to the sport.
Ireland Lacrosse is set to receive a sportsmanship award for its "act of incredible selflessness" after pulling out of the men’s event at the 2022 World Games in Birmingham to accommodate Iroquois Nationals.
World Lacrosse has created two commissions and one working group to address important areas of development within the governing body.
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.
Tributes have been paid to former International Federation of Women's Lacrosse Associations (IFWLA) President Maureen Watson, who has died at the age of 85.
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.
World Lacrosse has announced a partnership with BelievePlatform, which offers performance psychology, well-being and mental health content for the sports community.
World Lacrosse has approved a recommendation to consider an application from Dominican Republic Lacrosse for recognition and agreed in principle to establish a Hall of Fame.