On Neighbours, Hendrix Greyson (Ben Turland) is overjoyed to learn that he will be receiving a lung transplant.
After being exposed to significant smoke during the Erinsborough High School fire, Hendrix was diagnosed with lung illness and is in serious need of a transplant.
Hendrix would like to meet the donor patient and express his gratitude for saving his life.
Doctor Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) tells him, however, that it is against the regulations.
Organ donors and their families’ personal information is kept CONFIDENTIAL for a reason.
But Hendrix is so engrossed in the moment that he persuades his fiancee, Mackenzie Hargreaves (Georgie Stone), to join him to the hospital to find the mysterious donor patient, Ken Chan (Richard Wang).
When Ken’s devastated brother, Matt (Joseph Raboy), discovers Hendrix and Mackenzie visiting Ken in the hospital, things go horribly wrong…
Is Hendrix’s rash behaviour jeopardising his chances of receiving a lung transplant?
Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou) has been thrown for a loop when her estranged mother, Estelle Petrides, shows up unexpectedly (Maria Mercedes).
Estelle believes she wants the opportunity to make atonement and put their family feud to rest.
Has Estelle, on the other hand, changed at all?
When Terese sees Estelle drinking at The Waterhole with her soon-to-be ex-husband, Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis), she has her concerns.
Outside the pub, Terese and Estelle have a fierce argument.
Estelle asks Terese to reconsider and allow her to stay at Number 22.
Terese agrees, but only if Estelle keeps her distance from Paul.
Will Estelle, however, agree to Terese’s terms and conditions?
Jane Harris (Annie Jones) gets surrounded once more by new neighbour Wendy Rodwell (Candice Leask) on Ramsay Street.
Despite the fact that she was engaged in igniting the fire earlier this year, Wendy believes her teenage daughter, Sadie (Emerald Chan), deserves the chance to re-enroll at Erinsborough High School.
But what about Jane, the schoolteacher?