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‘Gov’s fault Tomb Raider walked away’

Gold Coast Bulletin Tuesday, 9 August 2016
THE Premier and Screen Queensland have blasted Federal Government after those behind the next Tomb Raider movie dumped the Gold Coast as a location.
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