November 20 - International Hockey Federation (FIH) President Leandro Negre (pictured) insisted today that Hockey India must hold elections before New Delhi is due to stage the World Cup next year.
November 13 - Talks have taken place today between India's Sports Minister M.S Gill and Antonio von Ondarza (pictured), vice-president of the International Hockey Federation (FIH), to try to resolve a row over the future organisation of the sport there.
October 16 - Pakistan is safe to host major events despite the fact more than 150 people have been killed in terrorist attacks in recent days across the country, the President of the International Hocky Federation (FIH) Leanadro Negre (pictured centre) claimed today.
October 5 - England Hockey has announced the launch of the Capital Investment Programme (CIP), a programme that will see over £5 million invested into Hockey’s facilities over the next three years, underpinned by £2.7 million from the National Governing Body.
October 1 - Jonathon Charlesworth has been selected to make his hockey debut under his celebrated father, coach Ric Charlesworth (pictured), for the Australian men's team's tour to Malaysia.
September 25 - Australia's former captain captain Paul Gaudoin (captain) has returned to the team as assistant coach, it has been announced.
September 19 - Leandro Negre (pictured), the President of the International Hockey Federation (FIH), has been promised fool-proof security cover when he visits Pakistan next month.
NEW DELHI will stage the 2010 Hockey World Cup despite the concerns over the security situation in India following the Mumbai terrorist attack, the president of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) said today.
SOUTH AFRICAN Paul Revington (pictured) will be tasked with leading Ireland's men's hockey team to the London Olympics in 2012 after being named as the new men's national coach today.
BRITISH HOCKEY, which produced one of the most inspirational Olympic stories of recent Games when, led by Sean Kerly (pictured), they won the gold medals at Seoul in 1988, have warned that preparations for London 2012 risk being compromised by the financial crisis.
THE National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes, built in the euphoria following Britain's gold medal winning performance at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, is to be turned into a new, state-of-the-art centre for Network Rail.
AYAZ MAHMOOD, a member of the Pakistan hockey team that won the Olympic gold medals in 1984, has been given the task of trying to revive the country's fortunes for London 2012.
QATAR AIRWAYS have agreed a deal to become the title sponsor of the EuroHockey Nations Championships 2007 in Manchester, it was announced today.
BRITAIN'S top hockey stars will this weekend launch Great Britain's inaugural hockey super league in Edinburgh which is aimed at helping the players prepare for London 2012.