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Home and Away Spoilers – Logan leaves Mac as her ultimatum backfires

Mackenzie’s ultimatum to Logan backfires next week on Home and Away in the UK, as Tane devises a plan to prevent Nik from leaving Summer Bay…

Since inviting Logan’s (Harley Bonner) ex-girlfriend Neve (Sophie Bloom) to stay with them at the apartment just a few weeks after Logan moved in, Mackenzie (Emily Weir) has learned that three is a crowd.

Logan was taken aback when Neve showed up unexpectedly two weeks ago; he’d assumed she’d died after she went missing while they were both serving as army medics overseas.

Knowing that if it was discovered that Neve was back in Australia, she would be court-martialed, Logan took it upon himself to help her.

Mac was understandably concerned that history would repeat itself after his ex-girlfriend Mia (Anna Samson) arrived in town last year, having already gone through a painful break-up with Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams).

When Logan announced that he was going to put Neve up in a local motel, Mac immediately suggested that she stay with them, reasoning that it would be better to keep her enemies close than to leave Logan alone in a hotel room with his ex.

Both Mac and Logan are concerned about Neve’s behavior next week. Neve is triggered by the noise of the plane’s engine because she is right above the seaplane wharf.

When Bella (Courtney Miller) later starts taking photos around Flat Beach, Neve notices her and becomes extremely paranoid, fearing that if anyone spots her in a photo, she will be arrested.

In the ensuing struggle, Neve manages to elbow Logan in the face while attempting to snatch Bella’s camera.

As Logan confronts her about her reaction, Neve denies that she becomes enraged too easily, sick of Logan trying to diagnose her with PTSD.

It’s only made worse when Neve throws Logan to the ground for protection because of a backfiring outboard motor that Alf (Ray Meagher) is working on nearby.

Bella later tells Mac that she should sleep with one eye open, but it’s Logan’s slipping out of bed to keep an eye on Neve that really irritates Mac that night.

The next day, after consulting with his brother Dean (Patrick O’Connor), Mac tells Logan that enough is enough and that Neve must leave. Logan is taken aback by the ultimatum; does she really want to throw Neve out when she’s at her weakest? Mac informs him that he must make a decision.

When Mac returns to the apartment later, she is surprised to find both Neve’s and Logan’s belongings missing…. Logan has driven Neve to the motel and will sleep in her room on the couch.

That didn’t go as planned!

Nikau Parata (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) and Chloe (Sam Barrett) are both struggling to cope in Summer Bay, while Mia vows to push through with her wedding plans.

Ari has been held on remand for the past two weeks after covering for Chloe after her father Matthew died (James Sweeny).

Mia had taken a 9-year-old Chloe and left Ari behind when he was arrested in 2011 for his part in an armed robbery. Mia wants to make sure Ari knows she’ll stand by him, especially since Ari proposed to Mia just days before his arrest. As a result, she has made the decision to marry them in prison.

Mia’s request for her daughter to be a bridesmaid this week irritates Chloe, who is annoyed that Mia is acting as if nothing has happened. Nik withdraws, irritated by the forced wedding, and tells uncle Tane (Ethan Browne) that he’s seriously considering leaving Summer Bay.

He already feels like he’s lost Ari, and he hasn’t been allowed to see Bella while the family waited for Ari’s sentencing.

Tane decides to whisk Nik away for a few days in the hopes of waking him up. Tane reveals that he has brought a taiaha—a Mori weapon used in close combat—that once belonged to Nik’s late father Mikaere with him to a secluded bay to set up camp.

Tane tells Nik that he must earn it, so it’s not as simple as handing it over. Tane hopes that by teaching Nik the ways of the taiaha, he will be able to bring out his inner warrior.

Tane goes on to say that the taiaha is the embodiment of their ancestors, and that mastering it will allow Nik to carry them with him at all times, providing spiritual guidance.

Tane begins to demonstrate the moves, and Nik appears to be picking them up quickly.

However, as time passes, Tane pushes Nik harder, and Nik becomes increasingly frustrated with himself.

Tane emphasizes the importance of patience in the taiaha, but Nik walks away defeated, telling Tane that he isn’t a warrior.

When Nik returns later to find Tane practicing his own moves, he is suddenly inspired—will Nik give it another shot?

“I obviously knew what it was because I’m Mori,” Ethan Browne told Stuff NZ, “but I never really did taiaha itself.” “We did a little bit of mau rakau (weapon-based Mori martial arts) in high school, so when the storyline came up, I had to call a few friends for assistance.”

“Anything cultural we do has always gotten a great response,” Ethan added. “(Viewers) love it because it’s different from what they’ve seen before – it’s not the same old running on the beach stuff.”

“I hope we do justice to our fellow Mori.” There are probably some subtleties that I missed, or really well-trained guys watching it might be like, ‘Oh, what’s that?’ Perhaps not, but hopefully not.”

Despite the fact that the show has previously featured the Paratas’ Mori culture, Kawakawa recognizes that Home and Away fans may still be unfamiliar with it. “I’m grateful to be a part of it because for many people, it’s their first contact with what it’s like to be Mori,” he told Stuff NZ.

“However, this is only the tip of the iceberg.” I want to emphasize that there are many more things that are equally as rich, and there is much more to offer than we have shown on the show.

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Mackenzie’s ultimatum to Logan backfires next week on Home and Away in the UK, as Tane devises a plan to prevent Nik from leaving Summer Bay…

Since inviting Logan’s (Harley Bonner) ex-girlfriend Neve (Sophie Bloom) to stay with them at the apartment just a few weeks after Logan moved in, Mackenzie (Emily Weir) has learned that three is a crowd.

Logan was taken aback when Neve showed up unexpectedly two weeks ago; he’d assumed she’d died after she went missing while they were both serving as army medics overseas.

Knowing that if it was discovered that Neve was back in Australia, she would be court-martialed, Logan took it upon himself to help her.

Mac was understandably concerned that history would repeat itself after his ex-girlfriend Mia (Anna Samson) arrived in town last year, having already gone through a painful break-up with Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams).

When Logan announced that he was going to put Neve up in a local motel, Mac immediately suggested that she stay with them, reasoning that it would be better to keep her enemies close than to leave Logan alone in a hotel room with his ex.

Both Mac and Logan are concerned about Neve’s behavior next week. Neve is triggered by the noise of the plane’s engine because she is right above the seaplane wharf.

When Bella (Courtney Miller) later starts taking photos around Flat Beach, Neve notices her and becomes extremely paranoid, fearing that if anyone spots her in a photo, she will be arrested.

In the ensuing struggle, Neve manages to elbow Logan in the face while attempting to snatch Bella’s camera.

As Logan confronts her about her reaction, Neve denies that she becomes enraged too easily, sick of Logan trying to diagnose her with PTSD.

It’s only made worse when Neve throws Logan to the ground for protection because of a backfiring outboard motor that Alf (Ray Meagher) is working on nearby.

Bella later tells Mac that she should sleep with one eye open, but it’s Logan’s slipping out of bed to keep an eye on Neve that really irritates Mac that night.

The next day, after consulting with his brother Dean (Patrick O’Connor), Mac tells Logan that enough is enough and that Neve must leave. Logan is taken aback by the ultimatum; does she really want to throw Neve out when she’s at her weakest? Mac informs him that he must make a decision.

When Mac returns to the apartment later, she is surprised to find both Neve’s and Logan’s belongings missing…. Logan has driven Neve to the motel and will sleep in her room on the couch.

That didn’t go as planned!

Nikau Parata (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) and Chloe (Sam Barrett) are both struggling to cope in Summer Bay, while Mia vows to push through with her wedding plans.

Ari has been held on remand for the past two weeks after covering for Chloe after her father Matthew died (James Sweeny).

Mia had taken a 9-year-old Chloe and left Ari behind when he was arrested in 2011 for his part in an armed robbery. Mia wants to make sure Ari knows she’ll stand by him, especially since Ari proposed to Mia just days before his arrest. As a result, she has made the decision to marry them in prison.

Mia’s request for her daughter to be a bridesmaid this week irritates Chloe, who is annoyed that Mia is acting as if nothing has happened. Nik withdraws, irritated by the forced wedding, and tells uncle Tane (Ethan Browne) that he’s seriously considering leaving Summer Bay.

He already feels like he’s lost Ari, and he hasn’t been allowed to see Bella while the family waited for Ari’s sentencing.

Tane decides to whisk Nik away for a few days in the hopes of waking him up. Tane reveals that he has brought a taiaha—a Mori weapon used in close combat—that once belonged to Nik’s late father Mikaere with him to a secluded bay to set up camp.

Tane tells Nik that he must earn it, so it’s not as simple as handing it over. Tane hopes that by teaching Nik the ways of the taiaha, he will be able to bring out his inner warrior.

Tane goes on to say that the taiaha is the embodiment of their ancestors, and that mastering it will allow Nik to carry them with him at all times, providing spiritual guidance.

Tane begins to demonstrate the moves, and Nik appears to be picking them up quickly.

However, as time passes, Tane pushes Nik harder, and Nik becomes increasingly frustrated with himself.

Tane emphasizes the importance of patience in the taiaha, but Nik walks away defeated, telling Tane that he isn’t a warrior.

When Nik returns later to find Tane practicing his own moves, he is suddenly inspired—will Nik give it another shot?

“I obviously knew what it was because I’m Mori,” Ethan Browne told Stuff NZ, “but I never really did taiaha itself.” “We did a little bit of mau rakau (weapon-based Mori martial arts) in high school, so when the storyline came up, I had to call a few friends for assistance.”

“Anything cultural we do has always gotten a great response,” Ethan added. “(Viewers) love it because it’s different from what they’ve seen before – it’s not the same old running on the beach stuff.”

“I hope we do justice to our fellow Mori.” There are probably some subtleties that I missed, or really well-trained guys watching it might be like, ‘Oh, what’s that?’ Perhaps not, but hopefully not.”

Despite the fact that the show has previously featured the Paratas’ Mori culture, Kawakawa recognizes that Home and Away fans may still be unfamiliar with it. “I’m grateful to be a part of it because for many people, it’s their first contact with what it’s like to be Mori,” he told Stuff NZ.

“However, this is only the tip of the iceberg.” I want to emphasize that there are many more things that are equally as rich, and there is much more to offer than we have shown on the show.

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Mackenzie’s ultimatum to Logan backfires next week on Home and Away in the UK, as Tane devises a plan to prevent Nik from leaving Summer Bay…

Since inviting Logan’s (Harley Bonner) ex-girlfriend Neve (Sophie Bloom) to stay with them at the apartment just a few weeks after Logan moved in, Mackenzie (Emily Weir) has learned that three is a crowd.

Logan was taken aback when Neve showed up unexpectedly two weeks ago; he’d assumed she’d died after she went missing while they were both serving as army medics overseas.

Knowing that if it was discovered that Neve was back in Australia, she would be court-martialed, Logan took it upon himself to help her.

Mac was understandably concerned that history would repeat itself after his ex-girlfriend Mia (Anna Samson) arrived in town last year, having already gone through a painful break-up with Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams).

When Logan announced that he was going to put Neve up in a local motel, Mac immediately suggested that she stay with them, reasoning that it would be better to keep her enemies close than to leave Logan alone in a hotel room with his ex.

Both Mac and Logan are concerned about Neve’s behavior next week. Neve is triggered by the noise of the plane’s engine because she is right above the seaplane wharf.

When Bella (Courtney Miller) later starts taking photos around Flat Beach, Neve notices her and becomes extremely paranoid, fearing that if anyone spots her in a photo, she will be arrested.

In the ensuing struggle, Neve manages to elbow Logan in the face while attempting to snatch Bella’s camera.

As Logan confronts her about her reaction, Neve denies that she becomes enraged too easily, sick of Logan trying to diagnose her with PTSD.

It’s only made worse when Neve throws Logan to the ground for protection because of a backfiring outboard motor that Alf (Ray Meagher) is working on nearby.

Bella later tells Mac that she should sleep with one eye open, but it’s Logan’s slipping out of bed to keep an eye on Neve that really irritates Mac that night.

The next day, after consulting with his brother Dean (Patrick O’Connor), Mac tells Logan that enough is enough and that Neve must leave. Logan is taken aback by the ultimatum; does she really want to throw Neve out when she’s at her weakest? Mac informs him that he must make a decision.

When Mac returns to the apartment later, she is surprised to find both Neve’s and Logan’s belongings missing…. Logan has driven Neve to the motel and will sleep in her room on the couch.

That didn’t go as planned!

Nikau Parata (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) and Chloe (Sam Barrett) are both struggling to cope in Summer Bay, while Mia vows to push through with her wedding plans.

Ari has been held on remand for the past two weeks after covering for Chloe after her father Matthew died (James Sweeny).

Mia had taken a 9-year-old Chloe and left Ari behind when he was arrested in 2011 for his part in an armed robbery. Mia wants to make sure Ari knows she’ll stand by him, especially since Ari proposed to Mia just days before his arrest. As a result, she has made the decision to marry them in prison.

Mia’s request for her daughter to be a bridesmaid this week irritates Chloe, who is annoyed that Mia is acting as if nothing has happened. Nik withdraws, irritated by the forced wedding, and tells uncle Tane (Ethan Browne) that he’s seriously considering leaving Summer Bay.

He already feels like he’s lost Ari, and he hasn’t been allowed to see Bella while the family waited for Ari’s sentencing.

Tane decides to whisk Nik away for a few days in the hopes of waking him up. Tane reveals that he has brought a taiaha—a Mori weapon used in close combat—that once belonged to Nik’s late father Mikaere with him to a secluded bay to set up camp.

Tane tells Nik that he must earn it, so it’s not as simple as handing it over. Tane hopes that by teaching Nik the ways of the taiaha, he will be able to bring out his inner warrior.

Tane goes on to say that the taiaha is the embodiment of their ancestors, and that mastering it will allow Nik to carry them with him at all times, providing spiritual guidance.

Tane begins to demonstrate the moves, and Nik appears to be picking them up quickly.

However, as time passes, Tane pushes Nik harder, and Nik becomes increasingly frustrated with himself.

Tane emphasizes the importance of patience in the taiaha, but Nik walks away defeated, telling Tane that he isn’t a warrior.

When Nik returns later to find Tane practicing his own moves, he is suddenly inspired—will Nik give it another shot?

“I obviously knew what it was because I’m Mori,” Ethan Browne told Stuff NZ, “but I never really did taiaha itself.” “We did a little bit of mau rakau (weapon-based Mori martial arts) in high school, so when the storyline came up, I had to call a few friends for assistance.”

“Anything cultural we do has always gotten a great response,” Ethan added. “(Viewers) love it because it’s different from what they’ve seen before – it’s not the same old running on the beach stuff.”

“I hope we do justice to our fellow Mori.” There are probably some subtleties that I missed, or really well-trained guys watching it might be like, ‘Oh, what’s that?’ Perhaps not, but hopefully not.”

Despite the fact that the show has previously featured the Paratas’ Mori culture, Kawakawa recognizes that Home and Away fans may still be unfamiliar with it. “I’m grateful to be a part of it because for many people, it’s their first contact with what it’s like to be Mori,” he told Stuff NZ.

“However, this is only the tip of the iceberg.” I want to emphasize that there are many more things that are equally as rich, and there is much more to offer than we have shown on the show.

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