The tranquil sands of Summer Bay are converted into a murder scene in this week’s Home and Away episode when Leah (Ada Nicodemou) and Justin (James Stewart) uncover the death of PK (Ryan Johnson) on the beach.
Rose (Kirsty Marillier) arrives to examine the body and notices evidence of violence, while the coroner determines the death occurred days before.
Cash (Nicholas Cartwright), a fellow cop, rules the death suspicious and launches a murder probe. But who is the assassin?
Mac is the only person in town hellbent on avenging himself (Emily Weir). PK recently conned the owner of Salt, duping her into debt before attempting to seduce her.
PK sent two armed men to ransack Salt when she rejected him. Tane (Ethan Browne) was stabbed as a result of the uproar.
Mac has lost everything, including her business, friends, and boyfriend. It would drive anyone insane.
“Lives are on the line; people’s well-being, freedom, and future all hang in the balance,” Emily, 30, tells TV WEEK. “Mackenzie takes full responsibility for everything.”
Dean (Patrick O’Connor) enlisted the River Boys to carry a message to safeguard his sister Mac and son Jai (River Jarvis).
They grabbed PK and delivered him to Dean at an abandoned car park, bound and gagged in the trunk boot of a car.
Dean was afterwards seen washing his hands in blood. Is he capable of assassination?
Nathan (Ryan Panizza), caught between two worlds and in debt to PK, became the fall guy for PK’s plots.
He arranged the robbery at Salt on his boss’s orders, but he tried to prevent it by appealing with PK to quit his grudge against Mac. Because he was backed into a corner, this might have been his only option.
Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) may be the sister of a cop, but she follows her own set of rules.
Felicity sought to play PK at his own game, burdened with remorse for her role in the illegal poker sessions and fearful of losing her partner Tane.
How far did she venture?
Roo and Martha are both getting ready for surgery
The time has finally come for Roo (Georgie Parker) and Martha (Belinda Giblin) to have surgery after numerous challenges and a long wait.
The Stewarts’ nerves are frayed as Roo keeps herself occupied, unwilling to discuss what may happen if her mother’s kidney transplant does not go as planned.
As they’re carried off to the operating theatres, Alf (Ray Meagher) says a tearful goodbye to the most important women in his life. Will they be alright?