Xander is in a very unpleasant situation because two sisters are in love with the same man. He makes the decision to meet Cash this week and issue a severe warning.
Rose (Kirsty Marillier) and Xander (Luke Van Os) eagerly unload their possessions at their new apartment in the television series Home And Away. The siblings are ready for a new beginning now that they have finally made their way to Summer Bay.
For police officer Rose, who still harbours affections for Cash, her coworker and the boyfriend of Rose’s sister Jasmine (Sam Frost), things are unfortunately a little more complicated.
With newbie Tex Wheeler (Lucas Linehan), who recently took her out on a date, she chooses to maintain her distance and move on.
Later, after Rose has asked to work alternate shifts, Cash and Rose argue in the police station.
She is endangering his reputation, and he is furious about it. Rose fumbles through her speech before hastily leaving, her eyes filling with tears.
When Xander finds her unhappy when he gets home, he’s had enough.
According to Luke, 25, “Rose and Xander are really close.” Like all siblings, they fight a lot, but Xander would do anything to keep his older sister safe.
The following day, Xander plans a family meal for himself, Cash, Rose, and Tex. But simply eating lunch together won’t end the enmity.
Xander intervenes to defend his sister when Rose and Cash strike out at one another once more. The other diners in the restaurant watch as the two men exchange glares.
The ongoing Mac’s Salt saga
Mac is still deeply in debt even though she managed to avoid going to jail. The owner of Salt makes a difficult decision this week regarding her future: she will sell her company.
Mac (Emily Weir) is unsure on how to restore her finances after returning from the city with no bites from potential investors.
Mac has learned her lesson and won’t borrow money or barter with anyone after getting sucked into illicit poker nights and PK’s (Ryan Johnson) machinations.
She must now acknowledge her mistakes.
When Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) comes at Salt the following day, she discovers Mac holding a “For Sale” sign. The pals concur that it’s the end of an era, but is it really?
With a new plan in mind, Felicity quickly departs in search of her brother Cash, leaving Mac to entertain possible customers. Is Salt still usable?