The base jumpers from around the world took part in the annual Gua Damai International Base Jump event at Gua Damai Extreme Park in Batu Caves on Sept 26.
Adeline Gooi Su Ping became the first recipient of the Soo Ewe Jin scholarship which was set up in April this year under the umbrella of the Star Education Fund and Yayasan Universiti Sains Malaysia.
A 53-year-old electrician thought it was a heavenly reunion when he married a woman who claimed to be his "wife" from a past life but it turned out to be a living nightmare when she cheated him of over RM100,000.
A man had an unusual dining experience at a hot pot restaurant in Beibei district, southwestern China last Thursday when a rat climbed up his trousers.
Safety concerns have been raised over dining at hot pot restaurants after a waiter slipped and spilled hot soup on a boy in China.
MCA Youth chief Datuk Chong Sin Woon hopes the repairs at the Seremban market would be over soon so that traders would be able to run their business.
A woman lost two teeth after being knocked down by a motorbike which was believed to have been running a red light at a pedestrian crossing in Sungai Nibong, Penang.
The Federal Court dismissed the Selangor government's application to compel the Election Commission (EC) to provide information on locality codes and names of 136,272 Selangor voters in 1994 and 2003 over the redelineation exercise in the state.
Police are investigating the case of a teenager who attacked his mother, footage of which went viral on Tuesday.
Saudi King Salman on Tuesday ordered that women be allowed to drive cars, ending the conservative Islamic kingdom's longstanding policy, seen as a symbol of oppression of women.
The Malaysian government is working with India's Civil Aviation Minister and the authorities in the country to discuss on more flight routes into cities there, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.