On Neighbours, Shane Ramsay (played by Peter O’Brien, the star of the original series) has returned to Erinsborough and is attempting to start a business with Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis).
Shane, a former gardener and chauffeur, has made some money since leaving Ramsay Street in the 1980s.
He is now prepared to join Paul as an equal partner at the Lassiters Hotel.
The idea of a Robinson/Ramsay collaboration excites Paul.
But in the background, Shane has been looking into Paul’s history.
Shane begins to view his old friend in a whole different perspective after receiving a tonne of incriminating dossiers on Paul’s bad behaviour throughout the years from his arch-rival, local attorney Tim Collins (Ben Anderson).
Will Shane have a change of heart over the suggested business partnership?
After learning from her husband Karl (Alan Fletcher) that his ex-lover Izzy Hoyland (Natalie Bassingthwaighte) is using their daughter Holly as leverage, Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) is incensed.
Susan makes another attempt to persuade her oldest son, Mal (Benji McNair), that being confused with Izzy is a mistake given her poor track record for mischief.
Izzy claims to be a changed woman, and it appears that Mal has fallen head over heels for her.
Does it actually stand to reason that Karl and Susan would have to formally accept Izzy into the Kennedy family?
Geoff Paine’s character Clive Gibbons will not give up on his romance with Jane Harris (Annie Jones).
When Jane’s protective son, Byron Stone (Joe Klocek), intervenes and tells Clive to leave his mother alone, Clive is unable to make much progress.
Given what she learned about Clive’s history with Danielle Pendlebury, Jane is sceptical if they can mend their relationship.
Could Clive and Jane’s relationship be over after this?
On Channel 5, Neighbours airs every day at 1:45 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.