Home and Away spoilers follow from Australian-pace episodes, which some UK viewers may prefer to avoid.
This week on Home and Away in Australia, tension simmered between Tori and Christian in the aftermath of Lewis's crimes.
Elsewhere, Nikau's new modelling career threatened to derail his relationship with Bella, and Mac received a warning from Dean over her ongoing downward spiral.
Here are six big questions we've been left with after the latest Australian episodes.
1. Is Tori and Christian's relationship in trouble?
Christian is a new man after his near-death experience at the hands of Lewis. In recent days, viewers have seen that he's becoming more reflective and spiritual, as well as enjoying the adrenaline rush of spontaneous acts like skinny-dipping in the sea and driving at high speed.
One person who's not a fan of the 'new' Christian is his fiancée Tori, who has repeatedly challenged him on his uncharacteristic behaviour. With Christian clearly searching for a fresh direction in life that he can't quite put his finger on, Tori is struggling to connect to him in the way she used to.
With Tori and Christian's wedding getting closer and the tensions growing, some fans are already starting to wonder whether they'll make it down the aisle at all. Is this one final curveball before the wedding, or a rift that will ultimately tear them apart?
2. Will Nikau's new career push away Bella?
Nikau's new modelling career continued to demand all of his attention this week, forcing him to keep leaving Alf in the lurch at the bait shop. He was also forced to cancel quality time with his girlfriend Bella when his agent Sienna insisted on arranging an impromptu photoshoot.
If the disruption in plans wasn't bad enough, Bella is also once again facing the difficult prospect of seeing Nikau get up close and personal with fellow model Allegra.
No-nonsense Sienna has arranged a sexy beach photoshoot for the pair and ended the week by ordering Allegra to find some natural chemistry with Nikau. Could this leave Bella out in the cold?
3. Can Tane make it work with Ziggy?
Tane's relationship with Ziggy hit another stumbling block when he revealed that he'd like to move in with her. Ziggy did not immediately embrace the idea, leaving Tane worried that he'd messed up by making the suggestion too soon.
Ziggy needed time to think but was intrigued when Mia mentioned how Tane had never lived with a girlfriend before, which shows how serious he must be over their relationship.
A final heartfelt speech from Tane about his love for Ziggy ultimately sealed the deal, as she finally agreed to let him move in. Can they make it work? Surely one Summer Bay couple has to be happy...
4. Will Mac listen to Dean's warning?
Mac is continuing to drink heavily and lash out at everyone around her following the sad loss of her baby. She remains at odds with Ryder after he quit Salt, and also declined an opportunity to make peace with Ziggy after being kicked out of the Astonis' farmhouse.
The final bust-up of the week came when Mac coldly told her brother Dean that she didn't need his support and couldn't rely on him, despite him giving her a place to stay while she's at rock bottom.
Dean didn't appreciate Mac's harsh words and warned her that she was in serious danger of losing everyone close to her if she carries on down this self-destructive path. But is Mac still struggling too much to pay any attention?
5. Is Leah being fed more lies?
Summer Bay newcomers haven't created a great reputation for themselves recently, with Kieran, Susie and Lewis all leaving a trail of destruction in their wake.
Despite this run of bad luck, Leah was quick to give new arrival Stephen a warm welcome when he turned up and introduced himself as another victim of Susie's cons.
Leah was happy to join forces with Stephen in her quest to find Susie, but some Home and Away fans reckon she's being a little too trusting in the circumstances. Could Susie really have sent an accomplice to sabotage Leah's search, or is Stephen the real deal?
6. Is Ryder and Chloe's business plan doomed?
Newly-unemployed Ryder and Chloe faced pressure from the Stewart family to find work rather than spending their days lazing around the beach.
Needing to think of a new business venture, the couple vowed to launch their own food van in Summer Bay – despite some warnings about the hefty start-up costs involved.
Ryder and Chloe's business ambitions seem all well and good, but we haven't forgotten the huge recent Home and Away spoiler of a food truck exploding and causing carnage in the Bay. It seems the build-up to the soap's next big stunt has finally begun.
The scenes in question were filmed in February and will air later in the year.
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia). Selected classic episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video in the UK.
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