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Home and Away: Felicity drops a bombshell on Tane and Alf struggles to mend Roo’s relationship with Martha

Tane is barely holding it together this week, grieving his brother’s untimely death. Now, his rock-solid relationship with Felicity could be jeopardized if she makes her future plans public.

Tane (Ethan Browne) is back in Summer Bay after burying Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams) in New Zealand on Home and Away. Shortly after the community paid tribute to him with a traditional Maori ceremony, he and Nikau (Kawkawa Fox-Reo) left.

Before carrying Ari’s coffin out, Tane and Nikau performed an emotional haka in his honor. Mia (Anna Samson) continues to wrestle with her grief while the Parata boys find closure at home.

Tane and Nikau, back at home, are aware of the void Ari has left in their lives. Mia can’t stand being inside the house. Tane understands that he must stand up for his family, but how? For love and comfort, he seeks out Felicity (Jacqui Purvis).

He discovers her dancing with headphones on at the caravan park. Tane’s mood is lifted by the image, and he happily embraces the woman he adores.

“Around Tane, Flick can be herself – loud, fun, and a little stubborn at times. With all of its flaws, “Jacqui explains to TV WEEK.

Tane bares his soul to Felicity in a heart-to-heart about losing Ari and what it means for his role in the family, as well as their financial burden. It’s been on his mind for a long time.

Felicity pays attention and lends a shoulder to cry on. Tane then laments what Ari and Mia have lost, and reveals that he sees Felicity as having a real future with her. A home, a family, and a way of life.

Felicity smiles gratefully on the outside, but anxiety creeps in on the inside. Is this what she’s looking for?

“For Flick, this is a watershed moment,” Jacqui explains. “She panics as her fear of commitment grows.”

Felicity seeks advice from her brother Cash (Nicholas Cartwright). She isn’t sure she wants children because of their difficult upbringing. Tane, on the other hand, she is aware of.

“If she tells him, he may not want to be with her,” Jacqui says. “Flick could ruin this relationship by getting in her own way.”

She bravely tells Tane the truth, with some encouragement from Cash. She may never want to have children or marry.
Tane recoils and asks her to leave right away, saying, “I can’t do this.”

Oh no! Is this the end of Felicity and Tane’s relationship?

Alf is stuck in the middle of his family’s drama

This week may finally yield some positive results in the Stewart family’s uphill battle to reconcile their differences.

Alf (Ray Meagher) decides to pay a visit to Martha (Belinda Giblin) in Merimbula, and he invites his daughter Roo (Georgie Parker). She declines, stating that she is not yet ready to play happy families.

Martha refused to take Roo’s kidney in a life-or-death transplant earlier this year, and as a result, her grave health is deteriorating. Roo believes she has simply given up on her life and the people she cares about.

Alf tries to persuade Roo to mend fences, but his efforts only make things worse. Justin (James Stewart) tries to help the couple by advising Alf to use a gentler approach. He then tells Roo to make every day count, stating that Ari’s tragic death demonstrated the value of life.

Alf tries to persuade Roo once more at the Surf Club, but she refuses. Exasperated, he departs for Merimbula. John (Shane Withington), who is nearby, then reveals that he understands Martha’s position because he, too, would not put his children in danger.

Roo is taken aback. Perhaps she’s been mistaken the whole time…

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Tane is barely holding it together this week, grieving his brother’s untimely death. Now, his rock-solid relationship with Felicity could be jeopardized if she makes her future plans public.

Tane (Ethan Browne) is back in Summer Bay after burying Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams) in New Zealand on Home and Away. Shortly after the community paid tribute to him with a traditional Maori ceremony, he and Nikau (Kawkawa Fox-Reo) left.

Before carrying Ari’s coffin out, Tane and Nikau performed an emotional haka in his honor. Mia (Anna Samson) continues to wrestle with her grief while the Parata boys find closure at home.

Tane and Nikau, back at home, are aware of the void Ari has left in their lives. Mia can’t stand being inside the house. Tane understands that he must stand up for his family, but how? For love and comfort, he seeks out Felicity (Jacqui Purvis).

He discovers her dancing with headphones on at the caravan park. Tane’s mood is lifted by the image, and he happily embraces the woman he adores.

“Around Tane, Flick can be herself – loud, fun, and a little stubborn at times. With all of its flaws, “Jacqui explains to TV WEEK.

Tane bares his soul to Felicity in a heart-to-heart about losing Ari and what it means for his role in the family, as well as their financial burden. It’s been on his mind for a long time.

Felicity pays attention and lends a shoulder to cry on. Tane then laments what Ari and Mia have lost, and reveals that he sees Felicity as having a real future with her. A home, a family, and a way of life.

Felicity smiles gratefully on the outside, but anxiety creeps in on the inside. Is this what she’s looking for?

“For Flick, this is a watershed moment,” Jacqui explains. “She panics as her fear of commitment grows.”

Felicity seeks advice from her brother Cash (Nicholas Cartwright). She isn’t sure she wants children because of their difficult upbringing. Tane, on the other hand, she is aware of.

“If she tells him, he may not want to be with her,” Jacqui says. “Flick could ruin this relationship by getting in her own way.”

She bravely tells Tane the truth, with some encouragement from Cash. She may never want to have children or marry.
Tane recoils and asks her to leave right away, saying, “I can’t do this.”

Oh no! Is this the end of Felicity and Tane’s relationship?

Alf is stuck in the middle of his family’s drama

This week may finally yield some positive results in the Stewart family’s uphill battle to reconcile their differences.

Alf (Ray Meagher) decides to pay a visit to Martha (Belinda Giblin) in Merimbula, and he invites his daughter Roo (Georgie Parker). She declines, stating that she is not yet ready to play happy families.

Martha refused to take Roo’s kidney in a life-or-death transplant earlier this year, and as a result, her grave health is deteriorating. Roo believes she has simply given up on her life and the people she cares about.

Alf tries to persuade Roo to mend fences, but his efforts only make things worse. Justin (James Stewart) tries to help the couple by advising Alf to use a gentler approach. He then tells Roo to make every day count, stating that Ari’s tragic death demonstrated the value of life.

Alf tries to persuade Roo once more at the Surf Club, but she refuses. Exasperated, he departs for Merimbula. John (Shane Withington), who is nearby, then reveals that he understands Martha’s position because he, too, would not put his children in danger.

Roo is taken aback. Perhaps she’s been mistaken the whole time…

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Tane is barely holding it together this week, grieving his brother’s untimely death. Now, his rock-solid relationship with Felicity could be jeopardized if she makes her future plans public.

Tane (Ethan Browne) is back in Summer Bay after burying Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams) in New Zealand on Home and Away. Shortly after the community paid tribute to him with a traditional Maori ceremony, he and Nikau (Kawkawa Fox-Reo) left.

Before carrying Ari’s coffin out, Tane and Nikau performed an emotional haka in his honor. Mia (Anna Samson) continues to wrestle with her grief while the Parata boys find closure at home.

Tane and Nikau, back at home, are aware of the void Ari has left in their lives. Mia can’t stand being inside the house. Tane understands that he must stand up for his family, but how? For love and comfort, he seeks out Felicity (Jacqui Purvis).

He discovers her dancing with headphones on at the caravan park. Tane’s mood is lifted by the image, and he happily embraces the woman he adores.

“Around Tane, Flick can be herself – loud, fun, and a little stubborn at times. With all of its flaws, “Jacqui explains to TV WEEK.

Tane bares his soul to Felicity in a heart-to-heart about losing Ari and what it means for his role in the family, as well as their financial burden. It’s been on his mind for a long time.

Felicity pays attention and lends a shoulder to cry on. Tane then laments what Ari and Mia have lost, and reveals that he sees Felicity as having a real future with her. A home, a family, and a way of life.

Felicity smiles gratefully on the outside, but anxiety creeps in on the inside. Is this what she’s looking for?

“For Flick, this is a watershed moment,” Jacqui explains. “She panics as her fear of commitment grows.”

Felicity seeks advice from her brother Cash (Nicholas Cartwright). She isn’t sure she wants children because of their difficult upbringing. Tane, on the other hand, she is aware of.

“If she tells him, he may not want to be with her,” Jacqui says. “Flick could ruin this relationship by getting in her own way.”

She bravely tells Tane the truth, with some encouragement from Cash. She may never want to have children or marry.
Tane recoils and asks her to leave right away, saying, “I can’t do this.”

Oh no! Is this the end of Felicity and Tane’s relationship?

Alf is stuck in the middle of his family’s drama

This week may finally yield some positive results in the Stewart family’s uphill battle to reconcile their differences.

Alf (Ray Meagher) decides to pay a visit to Martha (Belinda Giblin) in Merimbula, and he invites his daughter Roo (Georgie Parker). She declines, stating that she is not yet ready to play happy families.

Martha refused to take Roo’s kidney in a life-or-death transplant earlier this year, and as a result, her grave health is deteriorating. Roo believes she has simply given up on her life and the people she cares about.

Alf tries to persuade Roo to mend fences, but his efforts only make things worse. Justin (James Stewart) tries to help the couple by advising Alf to use a gentler approach. He then tells Roo to make every day count, stating that Ari’s tragic death demonstrated the value of life.

Alf tries to persuade Roo once more at the Surf Club, but she refuses. Exasperated, he departs for Merimbula. John (Shane Withington), who is nearby, then reveals that he understands Martha’s position because he, too, would not put his children in danger.

Roo is taken aback. Perhaps she’s been mistaken the whole time…

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