Home and Away spoilers follow for UK viewers.
Home and Away's Nikau Parata worries about his ex-girlfriend Bella Nixon on UK screens next week as she prepares to give up on her dreams.
Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) can't resist getting involved in Bella's life, despite snubbing her recent attempts to get their relationship back on track.
As Nikau continues to regret all the mistakes he has made in recent months, he spends most of his time moping on the couch at the Parata house.
Nikau's uncle Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams) becomes worried about his low moods and tries to nudge him into a finding a new job following the end of his modelling career. Nikau ignores this and heads out to the Diner.
Later, Nikau feels awkward when he bumps into Bella (Courtney Miller). It's difficult for both of them to be living in close proximity in such a small town following their messy break-up.
Nikau tries to approach Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker) for work, having helped out Alf in the past, but is left disappointed when she doesn't have anything available for him. This makes him feel even worse.
On the way out of his meeting with Roo, an intrigued Nikau spots that Bella has put up a poster, advertising the fact that her camera is now on sale.
Bella has lost her passion for photography since splitting from Nikau, partly due to the fact that many of her photographs were of him.
Nikau is quick to confront Bella, wanting to know why she's selling her equipment when photography is her passion.
Bella makes out that she needs the money, not wanting to go any deeper into her reasoning.
Nikau decides that he wants to help out, but this is a tricky task as he knows that Bella won't accept the money from him.
Taking a different approach, Nikau hires an accomplice to purchase the camera from Bella for him. This way, he can give Bella the money she needs, but also hold onto the camera in case she changes her mind.
With Nikau second-guessing Bella's intentions, could his efforts backfire?
Home and Away airs these scenes on Friday, October 8 at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5. Selected classic episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video in the UK.
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