695

Patricia fears Sally may run away from home. Alf may be forced to sell the store

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696

Fisher urges Bobby to return and Alf works out a way to solve his problems.

697

Alf and Ailsa reach a compromise and Adam gives Marilyn a frightening ultimatum.

698

An innocent party spells trouble for Blake and Karen. Sally becomes even more resentful of Pippa and Michael.

699

Ben finds the farm of his dreams. Meanwhile, Blake, Karen, Sophie and Haydn are in trouble with the law.

700

Ben is determined to have the farm and Bobby’s dream is shattered.

701

A reconciliation between Marilyn and Adam seems out of the question. A new obstacle is placed in the way of Pippa and Michael’s happiness.

702

Karen tries to do something about the destruction of Summer Bay’s heritage.

703

The whole school protests against the destruction of the Angus Stewart tree. Cynthia succeeds in breaking up Michael and Pippa’s relationship.

704

Fisher and his students finally reach a compromise. Carly agrees to join Ben in his farming venture.

705

Marilyn decides to end her relationship with Adam. Depression sets in as Alf’s financial problems continue.

706

Ailsa shoulders Alf’s burdens and Haydn devises a plan to reunite his parents.

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708

Blake and Karen need to raise $700 quickly. Michael and Cynthia fear for their son’s life.

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709

Blake comes to Patricia’s rescue at the beach. Ailsa realises her problems with Alf are far from over.

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710

Carly finds a possum in the pantry and Alf signs over ownership of the store.

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711

Adam leaves Blake and Karen with 3,000 useless raffle tickets. Pippa struggles to hide her pain.

712

Marilyn decides to become a full-time babysitter and Haydn organises a romantic weekend for his parents.

713

Pippa is furious when she discovers Sophie has hocked her television set. Ben’s farmhouse dream begins to crumble.

714

Fisher receives some unsettling news from the Education Department.