Of Neighbours, when a major chapter in Harlow Robinson’s (Jemma Donovan) life comes to a conclusion, she makes the life-changing decision to start again thousands of miles away from her Erinsborough home.
Harlow and her friends are still being terrorised by Corey (Laurence Boxhall). Harlow has one final trick up his sleeve as his sting operation continues, one that puts numerous lives in jeopardy. When Harlow and Andrew (Lloyd Will) get Corey exactly where they want him, they realise it’s too risky to continue, so they leave, unaware that Zara and Sadie decide to go in their place.
Zara (Freya Van Dyke) and Sadie (Emerald Chan) prepare to confront Corey on their own, but before they realise what’s going on, he turns the tables on them and kidnaps them. Sadie is hurt as a result of the process.
But, just as Corey underestimated Freya, he underestimates Zara, who is ready to fight back. She swallows her growing panic and devises an escape plan: the astute youngster injects an unsuspecting Corey with his own narcotics, then commandeers his car and drives it back to Ramsay Street with him in tow so that he can face justice.
Her plan works, and she hands him over to the cops, but Corey pulls out a last-minute trump card, refusing to speak to anyone until he speaks with Harlow.
This is beneficial to Harlow since she now has the opportunity to question him and obtain the information she so desperately requires. She walks away from him with her head held high, eager for a new beginning.
Closing that door in her life sparks a long and profound conversation between her and Mackenzie, who is grieving (Georgie Stone). After losing her new spouse so suddenly, Mack realises how delicate life is and encourages Harlow to pursue her aspirations in London. Harlow says her sorrowful goodbyes and heads out to her new life after receiving permission from her best friend, shocking Terese with her unexpected decision.
Scenes will begin airing on Channel 5 on Monday, June 20.