Dale were undone by two strikes from Daniel Johnson and a Jonathan Forte penalty in front of over 7,000 spectators at a bouncing Spotland Stadium on Saturday.
Jonathan Forte scored a second-half penalty to take his tally for the season to 13, and to add gloss to the 3-0 score line as Oldham brushed aside north Manchester rivals Rochdale.
Since bursting onto our screens in 2003 as the face of Changing Rooms, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen has become a household name in British interior design.
Tony Lloyd has urged Greater Manchester to show solidarity this World AIDS Day against discrimination, prejudice and hatred aimed at HIV sufferers.
A win on Tyneside against Newcastrle on Sunday in round nine would move Sale closer to director of rugby Steve Diamond’s Christmas points target and strengthen their claim for a top six place.
There are many Indian restaurants throughout Manchester so standing out as a new opening is difficult.
Vitamin C can CURE cancer but won’t be funded for human trials because money can’t be made on it, claim an alternative therapy doctor promoting the £3,000 treatment across Manchester.
A giant ‘chess set sculpture for the people of East Manchester’ will not go the way of the disastrous B of the Bang project, the council have promised.
Manchester record stores are rejoicing as vinyl album sales have surpassed one million units for the first time this century.
City are yet to hit full flow this season but showed in their thrilling comeback victory over Bayern Munich the team spirit required to chase down runaway leaders Chelsea and second-placed Southampton, who they play on Sunday.
Bolton-born comedian Peter Kay is set to bring his hit TV series Phoenix Nights to the stage next year, in aid of Comic Relief.