The secret is out, and Kiri Durant (Gemma Bird Matheson) on Neighbours has found that Glen Donnelly (Richard Huggett) is her long-lost father!
Kiri, on the other hand, appears to be the last to find out.
Now the winery employee is looking for answers.
Barbara (Wendy Mocke), Kiri’s mother, returns to town and assists Kiri in answering some of her questions.
But nothing gives Kiri the peace she craves.
Glen has been allowing Kiri some breathing room.
However, since they both live on Ramsay Street and work at the same winery, it’s difficult not to run into each other!
Glen tries to explain his side of the tale, describing how he met Kiri’s parents, Barbara and Alan, so many years ago.
It’s all too much for Kiri to take, and she sobs…
Is a reunion between father and daughter still a long way off?
In the meantime, is it possible that Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) has a guilty conscience?
His entire family has stated that they disapprove of the manner in which Paul revealed Glen’s secret.
Paul’s guilt begins to weigh on him, so he pays a visit to Number 22 to apologise for his actions!
However, Paul’s Mr Nice act is short-lived when he discovers Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou), his soon-to-be ex-wife, in a post-passionate condition with his half-brother, Glen!
Paul is taken aback by the fact that his actions have brought Terese and Glen closer together…
Another coughing spell strikes Hendrix Greyson (Ben Turland).
Fortunately, Dr. Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) comes to the rescue and calms Hendrix down.
Susan (Jackie Woodburne), Karl’s wife, realises that having a doctor around the house at Number 28 wouldn’t hurt.
So, having kicked Karl out after that whole terrible situation with Montana Marcel, she decides to ask him to come back in.
Karl can’t seem to get his luggage packed fast enough!
He’s in for a shock, though, when he realises he’s still on Susan’s bad side…