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Home and Away’s Nikau Parata makes quit threat after the scary beach incident

On UK screens next week, Nikau Parata of Home and Away threatens to quit his new job as a surf lifesaver.

After a disagreement with his boss John Palmer, Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) vows to abandon his new profession.

Due to a staff shortage, Nikau will have to go out on patrol alone in upcoming scenes on Channel 5.

Nikau is nervous about this because he has only been at his new job for a few days and feels unprepared.

Then, in front of Nikau and his girlfriend Bella Nixon, a jogger collapses (Courtney Miller).

Nikau activates his CPR training right away, completely oblivious to the fact that John (Shane Withington) is approaching from behind.

Instead of taking command, John takes a step back and lets Nikau handle things.

When Nikau discovers that John was watching the entire time, he feels betrayed and abandoned.

Nikau expresses his disappointment that John did not assist him in emotional scenes.

John points out that Nikau appeared to be in complete control of the situation and was perfectly capable of dealing with it on his own.

Nikau disagrees and decides it’s time to stop saving lives.

Later in the week, John tries to contact Nikau, but he continues to refuse to return to patrol.

Bella also tries to persuade Nikau to reconsider his decision, but he refuses.

Nikau is troubled by the prospect of someone dying on his watch, and he’s not sure he’ll ever be able to handle the pressure.

Nikau, however, decides to call John again after more encouragement from Bella. Will they be able to come to an agreement?

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On UK screens next week, Nikau Parata of Home and Away threatens to quit his new job as a surf lifesaver.

After a disagreement with his boss John Palmer, Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) vows to abandon his new profession.

Due to a staff shortage, Nikau will have to go out on patrol alone in upcoming scenes on Channel 5.

Nikau is nervous about this because he has only been at his new job for a few days and feels unprepared.

Then, in front of Nikau and his girlfriend Bella Nixon, a jogger collapses (Courtney Miller).

Nikau activates his CPR training right away, completely oblivious to the fact that John (Shane Withington) is approaching from behind.

Instead of taking command, John takes a step back and lets Nikau handle things.

When Nikau discovers that John was watching the entire time, he feels betrayed and abandoned.

Nikau expresses his disappointment that John did not assist him in emotional scenes.

John points out that Nikau appeared to be in complete control of the situation and was perfectly capable of dealing with it on his own.

Nikau disagrees and decides it’s time to stop saving lives.

Later in the week, John tries to contact Nikau, but he continues to refuse to return to patrol.

Bella also tries to persuade Nikau to reconsider his decision, but he refuses.

Nikau is troubled by the prospect of someone dying on his watch, and he’s not sure he’ll ever be able to handle the pressure.

Nikau, however, decides to call John again after more encouragement from Bella. Will they be able to come to an agreement?

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On UK screens next week, Nikau Parata of Home and Away threatens to quit his new job as a surf lifesaver.

After a disagreement with his boss John Palmer, Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) vows to abandon his new profession.

Due to a staff shortage, Nikau will have to go out on patrol alone in upcoming scenes on Channel 5.

Nikau is nervous about this because he has only been at his new job for a few days and feels unprepared.

Then, in front of Nikau and his girlfriend Bella Nixon, a jogger collapses (Courtney Miller).

Nikau activates his CPR training right away, completely oblivious to the fact that John (Shane Withington) is approaching from behind.

Instead of taking command, John takes a step back and lets Nikau handle things.

When Nikau discovers that John was watching the entire time, he feels betrayed and abandoned.

Nikau expresses his disappointment that John did not assist him in emotional scenes.

John points out that Nikau appeared to be in complete control of the situation and was perfectly capable of dealing with it on his own.

Nikau disagrees and decides it’s time to stop saving lives.

Later in the week, John tries to contact Nikau, but he continues to refuse to return to patrol.

Bella also tries to persuade Nikau to reconsider his decision, but he refuses.

Nikau is troubled by the prospect of someone dying on his watch, and he’s not sure he’ll ever be able to handle the pressure.

Nikau, however, decides to call John again after more encouragement from Bella. Will they be able to come to an agreement?

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