Glenrothes


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Glenrothes

(ɡlɛnˈrɒθɪs)
n
(Placename) a new town in E central Scotland, the administrative centre of Fife: founded in 1948. Pop: 38 679 (2001)
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Amazon spokesman Allan Lyall said: "The new centre in Glenrothes will help our distribution network operate more efficiently."
They won 1-0 at Glenrothes and McGlynn said:"It's always a worry when you suffer a few defeats because it can become a habit.
The former headteacher talked to the Sunday Mail in the wake of his stunning victory in the Glenrothes by-election on Thursday.
Grumpy actors from the Starlight Theatre Company in Glenrothes, Fife, now hope that it will reappear during the panto season.
NEW Glenrothes boss Paul McKinlay was delighted with his side's performance as they booked their fourth-round place in the cup.
Thousands voted the same way in the Glenrothes by-election that is the first serious jolt that Alex Salmond has suffered in his 18-month extended honeymoon period as First Minister.
Anne and Ashley died after being hit by a car as they walked home from a dance class near their home in Glenrothes, Fife.
PAUL McKINLEY admits he has been handed a baptism of fire after being appointed Glenrothes boss.
He is credited with turning the school's fortunes around, and said the same tactics helped win Glenrothes.
Name: Alex Lawson, a 61-year-old Grandad from Glenrothes.
GLENROTHES caretaker boss Benny Andrew watched his side lash home seven goals - then blasted his dozy defenders for letting in three.
LABOUR traded blows with the SNP in Glenrothes yesterday in desperate last-ditch bids to win vital votes for by-election victory.