The 30th year of Neighbours is set to be to be the most dramatic yet.
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With his role in Tash’s party exposed, Paul vents his frustration by firing Summer. Despite the community outrage, Paul tries to stay strong but is rocked when both Andrew and Sophie turn on him as well. Finding he’s not only lost public and personal support but also prompted advertisers to drop out, Paul resigns as editor to save the Erinsborough News from going under. He appoints Susan as the paper’s new editor, but, when she’s quick to assert her authority, realises this might be a greater loss than he had anticipated.
Regretting having vandalised the school, Sophie writes an apology letter, but Callum insists she’ll need to make a bigger gesture if she wants her expulsion overturned. Sophie organises Red Cotton to play at the Working Bee, drawing more volunteers down to pitch in. However, when she takes the stage for an impromptu performance with the band, Priya reads Sophie’s gesture as attention seeking and refuses to believe her apology is genuine.
The reality of being on her own hits Tash when she receives a fine for loud music at her party. Failing to get Paul to pay for it, she scrapes cash together by selling some of her old clothes. However, when she draws up a household budget, she discovers she’s not going to be able to make ends meet – and stubbornly refuses to call her father for help.