FAIR CITY

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Play­ing the new-found mum role with aplomb, Jackie (played by Car­rie Crow­ley) tries to get Neil (Con­all Keat­ing) to seek pro­fes­sional help after he flies off the han­dle with Wayne. Fail­ing to step into the parental zone with much aplomb is Pete, who re­mains un­con­vinced when Jackie men­tions Neil’s men­tal health.

It’s time to put the shout­ing on the street and near- death ex­pe­ri­ences be­hind us – Paul and Ni­amh have fi­nally buried the hatchet. But Ni­amh con­fides that she needs to be on her own, hav­ing been in re­la­tion­ships since she was six­teen. Mean­while Deb­bie tries to ease Michael’s heartache, telling him that he will get over it and meet some­one else.

Max loses his job with Pete when h he tells him he can’t work evenings a and things get even worse when he c con­fesses to Renée that he was with C Christy when he died. He begs her to k keep it to her­self but Renée thinks he is be­ing a coward not telling Far­rah a and gives him an ul­ti­ma­tum, ei­ther he te tells her or she will.

Leo’s lat­est phase is am­a­teur de­tecti tive. With Kerri-Ann (pic­tured, played b by Jenny Dixon), he finds a strange so so­cial ser­vices ID card and there’s no g giv­ing up un­til he gets to the bot­tom o of the mys­tery. Go Leo, go!

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