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    10 big moments coming up – huge Neighbours spoilers for next week

    Next week on Neighbours, a new family moves into Ramsay Street, while one long-term resident bids farewell. And it looks as though it is not just Harlow that Corey has his eye on…

    Here are 10 Neighbours spoilers to look forward to next week.

    Is Amy pregnant?

    With Ned’s romance with Harlow being exposed for all to see right in the middle of Amy’s Fashion Week shoot, Amy has had a difficult go of it lately.

    Despite the fact that Amy has made it apparent that she and Ned are no longer together, she begins to worry following week that she is pregnant.

    To make matters worse, she discovers that Ned is preparing a hurried getaway from Ramsay Street, which means that if she is in trouble, he will not be there to assist her. Is Amy expecting a child, or is she just being paranoid?

    Hendrix struggles with his new neighbours

    The Rodwell family is preparing to move into Number 26, but one existing Ramsay Street tenant – Hendrix – is not pleased with their presence.

    Hendrix, still reeling from his shocking diagnosis, is not pleased to find Sadie on his doorstep, given her decision to spark the fire at the school is what caused Hendrix’s condition to begin with.

    While Hendrix tries to appear OK, it quickly becomes evident that he is anything not – and the Rodwells are about to discover why…

    Ned leaves Erinsborough

    The Rodwell family is preparing to move into Number 26, but one existing Ramsay Street tenant – Hendrix – is not pleased with their presence.

    Hendrix, still reeling from his shocking diagnosis, is not pleased to find Sadie on his doorstep, given her decision to spark the fire at the school is what caused Hendrix’s condition to begin with.

    While Hendrix tries to appear OK, it quickly becomes evident that he is anything not – and the Rodwells are about to discover why…

    Corey gets a second target

    With Ned out of the picture, Corey is hopeful that his job for the cult just got a little easier and he continues to try and manipulate Harlow. But when he sees troubled Freya, he begins quizzing Harlow on what her story is.

    After learning what Freya has been through, Corey thinks that she could be the perfect fit for The Order. But will Freya realise what is going on, or is she, like Harlow, set to be manipulated by the sinister Corey?

    Kiri’s world is turned upside down

    Glen is still under pressure over his Kiri secret, and Nicolette is desperate to uncover the truth – even seeking out Glen’s ex, Karen, to learn more.

    When Nicolette discovers that Glen has a lengthy connection with Kiri’s parents, she informs Paul right away. When Paul realises something is wrong, he confronts John Wong and forces him to divulge all he knows.

    With the information that Kiri is Glen’s daughter, Paul rushes to the vineyard to inform the woman herself.

    Paul faces the consequences

    Despite initially feeling pleased with himself for turning Glen’s life upside down, Paul soon realises that he has crossed another limit. When his family expresses their disgust for him, he thinks that the best thing he can do is apologise.

    When Paul arrives at Number 22 to speak with Glen, he discovers that he and Terese have become engaged – and they take great joy in informing him that it was his actions that gave them the go-ahead. What will Paul do now that he has no further moves to play?

    Karl moves home – with a catch

    Next week, Hendrix’s condition will worsen, but Karl will be there to assist him get through it. Susan reluctantly decides to let Karl return home after seeing how important he is to Hendrix – despite the fact that Paul is the most relieved of them all.

    Karl eagerly gathers his belongings and anticipates a warm welcome, only to be informed that things between them have not improved and that he will be staying in the spare room. How is Karl going to persuade Susan to change her mind?

    Glen and Kiri take tentative steps

    Kiri is a wreck after learning that her biological father wasn’t who she thought he was, and her mother, Barbara, returns to support her.

    As soon as Barbara discloses that her husband is unaware, the beans are spilt, and Kiri jumps to Glen’s defence.

    He is soon revealed to be innocent, and he and Kiri have an open and honest discussion about everything that has happened. They may not be in the best of circumstances right now, but there appears to be hope for the future.

    Zara makes a shocking discovery

    Zara has been contemplating recently, and with a little prodding from Amy, she extends an olive branch to Sadie, and the two agree to put their differences aside.

    Zara realises that she has a chance to make up with Hendrix as a result of this, and she walks across the street to speak with him.

    Smoothing things over isn’t going to happen, so an enraged Hendrix slams the door on her reconciliation attempt – and confesses his condition when Sadie is mentioned. In a theatrical display, the reveal is ready to spill out into Ramsay Street.

    The Rodwells move onto Ramsay Street

    The Rodwell family has taken up residence at Number 26. Wendy plans a BBQ in order to make a good first impression on their new neighbours, hoping that everyone on the neighbourhood will attend.

    In their new house, peace and tranquilly are not in the cards, as they quickly see the beginnings of a massive street brawl between Hendrix, Mackenzie, Amy, and Zara.

    It is Mac that loses her cool, blurting out what has happened to Hendrix, and making sure the Rodwells know who is to blame. Is this new family already regretting their decision to move in?

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