After receiving another threatening note on Neighbours, David Tanaka (played by Takaya Honda) is spiralling into psychosis.
Freya Wozniak (Phoebe Roberts), David’s hospital colleague, is perplexed as to why he is the only one being targeted.
After all, Freya’s unstable ex-boyfriend, Gareth Bateman, died at River Bend, and both David and Freya were present.
After exhausting a list of plausible possibilities, David begins to suspect Dean Covey (Travis Cotton), a hospital cleaner, as the mystery blackmailer.
After all, Dean didn’t handle the issue well after his amorous approaches were turned down by a married guy, David.
When David confronts Dean, he screams aggressively and denies everything.
Is he, however, telling the truth?
Or was there someone else who saw what happened at River Bend?
When Freya recommends that they return to the crime scene, David is taken aback…
Mackenzie Hargreaves (Georgie Stone) is dead set on learning everything she can from Montana, a no-nonsense businesswoman.
Mackenzie advertises herself as an unpaid Fashion Week intern in the hopes of getting to know Montana and learning from the finest.
Montana, on the other hand, is adamant about not having another assistant besides Mick Allsopp (Joel Creasy).
Mackenzie, on the other hand, is in for a huge shock when Montana makes an unexpected proposition about how she can truly make her imprint during Fashion Week!
Kiri Durant’s (Gemma Bird Matheson) transfer to Ramsay Street has finally arrived.
Nicolette Stone’s feelings are stirred by Kiri’s arrival in the neighbourhood (Charlotte Chimes).
Nicolette is determined to build a new, easygoing relationship between the women, despite their short-lived romance and unpleasant break-up.
Nicolette wants Kiri to see her for who she is, not for all of the awful behaviour she has heard about from Glen Donnelly (Richard Huggett).
Will Nicolette get her wish when she meets Kiri face to face at Harold’s Cafe?