The 30th year of Neighbours is set to be to be the most dramatic yet.
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Privately knowing he’s at fault, Paul channels his guilt into anger and openly blames Ajay for the delayed police response time at Tash’s party. Determined to get to the bottom of why no help arrived on the scene, Ajay's findings lead him to suspect there never was a first call. As Paul covers his tracks, Ajay’s investigation meets a dead end. But Susan has been asked write about the public response to the debacle, prompting the discovery that Conrad Jackson is in fact Paul Robinson...
As he and Aidan work together to clean up the mess from the party, Chris worries about how Tash is coping. When Aidan becomes sick of him always making excuses for her, Chris is forced to make a choice: will he side with his friend or his boyfriend?
Meanwhile, Sophie’s delighted to have survived going to Tash’s party without suffering any real punishment. However, when she discovers her amp was trashed at the event, she's thrown back to the vandalism for which she was responsible at Erinsborough High. Deciding to do the right thing, Sophie asks Paul to arrange a meeting with Priya for her: she wants to apologise.