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    Home and Away spoilers: how does Mia Anderson BETRAY Chloe?

    On Home and Away, Mia Anderson (Anna Samson) is concerned about her daughter Chloe (Sam Barrett).

    Chloe is putting up a brave face and going about her daily routine.

    But behind it all, she’s tearing up with remorse, having struck her father, Matthew Montgomery, the lethal blow.

    Ari Parata (Rob Kipa-Williams), Chloe’s sort-of stepfather, is shielding her by taking responsibility for Matthew’s death.

    Ari is now on the verge of spending the rest of his life in prison…

    Mia is keen to learn more about Chloe’s situation.

    So she sneaks a peek inside Chloe’s SECRET diary!

    When the mother realizes how distressed Chloe is by the tragic turn of events, she becomes frightened.

    But what will Chloe do when Mia confronts her about the contents of her diary and she realizes her mother has violated her privacy?

    Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker) is sick of living at the Stewart mansion.

    After bringing Theo Poulos to justice, her father, Alf (Ray Meagher), refuses to back down (Matt Evans).

    Alf continues to hold Theo responsible for nearly killing his grandson Ryder Jackson (Lukas Radovich) after their “buried alive” video hoax.

    Meanwhile, Roo’s mother, Martha, is still at odds with her (Belinda Giblin).

    Martha is adamant about accepting Roo’s kidney transplant, which could save her life.

    The Stewart family feud continues as Martha refuses to explain herself any more.

    WHO can Roo go to if she needs some friendly advice?

    Nikau Parata (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) is growing impatient as he waits to learn the fate of his uncle, Ari.

    He’s thinking about leaving Summer Bay!

    Tane (Ethan Browne), Nikau’s second uncle, has devised a strategy to assist him in overcoming the Parata family problem.

    Tane’s plan is whisking Nikau away for a rite of passage.

    What does Tane have in store for us?

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