On Neighbours, Ned Willis (Ben Hall) has gotten himself into a bit of a pickle,
Ned had a snog with Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) just as his on/off girlfriend, Amy Greenwood (Jacinta Stapleton), was trying to get their relationship back on track.
While they were lost in the woods, Ned and Harlow had secret sentiments.
Ned is now feeling particularly bad, especially because Amy drove all the way out to River Bend in search of Ned and Harlow.
Now that the drama with her troubled teenage daughter, Zara Selwyn (Freya Van Dyke), has been resolved, Amy wants to give their relationship another opportunity.
But just now, Ned’s thoughts are on his housemate Harlow.
Kyle Canning, Ned’s stunned friend, hears of his predicament (Chris Milligan).
Meanwhile, Zara tries to persuade Ned to give her mother a second opportunity.
Amy has yet to receive a response.
WHAT will Ned decide to do?
Jane Harris (Annie Jones) doesn’t have much time for Aubrey Laing, a former Erinsborough High School student (Etoile Little).
In the classroom, Aubrey and a classmate, Sadie Rodwell, both tormented instructor Jane, forcing her to suffer a panic attack.
The cruel girls were apparently to blame for a series of fires that erupted throughout town.
Aubrey and Sadie attempted to frame their “friend,” Zara, for their crimes in order to have her deported to Cairns.
Zara, Mackenzie Hargreaves (Georgie Stone), and her boyfriend, Hendrix Greyson (Ben Turland), were stranded inside the school when a fire nearly destroyed it!
So Jane is perplexed when Aubrey’s grandma, Shannon, approaches her for help with the teenager’s homeschooling.
Jane, on the other hand, agrees to Shannon’s request after receiving some surprising counsel.
Will Jane, on the other hand, come to regret her efforts to assist?