After his BIG secret is uncovered by his baddie brother, Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) on Neighbours, Glen Donnelly (played by Richard Huggett) has a LOT of explaining to do.
After collaborating with Nicolette Stone (Charlotte Chimes) to SNOOP into Glen’s past, Paul is overjoyed to reveal that Kiri Durant (Gemma Bird Matheson), Ramsay Street’s newest occupant, is Glen’s long-lost daughter!
This stunning news has left Kiri speechless.
Rather than welcoming her newfound father with open arms, she seeks solace from her housemate, Chloe Brennan (April Rose Pengilly).
Glen, on the other hand, is enraged by both Paul and Nicolette’s meddling.
But neither of them is willing to accept responsibility for the CHAOS they have created.
Will Glen, who is recovering from alcoholism, be tempted to relapse as he hits rock bottom?
Meanwhile, Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) is blissfully oblivious that Corey Smythe-Jones (Laurence Boxhall), a charming visiting Brit, is to blame for her current downfall.
After the consequences from her hook-up with Ned Willis and the vandalism of love rival Amy Greenwood’s home, a heartbroken Harlow wants to reconnect with her family (Jacinta Stapleton).
Corey, on the other hand, takes advantage of every opportunity to keep Harlow away from her loved ones.
It’s all part of his plot to enlist Harlow in The Order, the same ominous cult that her late mother, Prue, previously belonged to.
However, Harlow’s uncle, David Tanaka, may be growing suspicious of Corey’s continued manipulation of her (Takaya Honda)…
Meanwhile, Corey overhears a chat between Harlow and Freya Wozniak, a former hospital nurse (Phoebe Roberts).
Freya is definitely going through a difficult time after losing her work as a result of what happened with her unstable ex-boyfriend, Gareth Bateman, out at River Bend.
Is there a new target in mind for The Order, according to Corey?