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After 20 years in Europe, Sarah Adams returns to Australia to start a new life.

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As the Blighs celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah, Jack slips further into depression, until a conversation with Frank inspires him to make a courageous decision; Elizabeth sets up her maternity hospital; the family urges Carolyn to reach out to Jack.
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Four months after Prudence's party, Carolyn and Jack are living separately, one of Anna's novels has been adapted into a radio serial and she plots to bring her parents back together with her pregnancy, and Jack counsels a men's group.
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Sarah takes some time to build the strength to face her biggest fear and take happiness on board with George and David.
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A near-fatal encounter with Stan brings Sarah's deepest fear to the surface; Elizabeth is challenged by Matthew's brutal assessment of her biggest flaw.
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Olivia must deal with losing Georgie to his birth mother; Jack gets more than he bargained for when he has an interview with a replacement surgeon; Henry finds himself at rock bottom.
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Sarah, George and Jack continue their investigation into Henry's accident.
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Dawn's funeral helps to heal some people, while others find themselves doing some soul searching in the aftermath of Henry's accident.
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Sarah and Harry help Roy deal with a devastating loss; Carolyn accepts James's job offer; Anna decides to accompany Olivia and Matthew back to Australia.
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Sarah and George hope their good news will mark a change in the fate of Ash Park; Henry becomes severely rattled when a familiar face returns.
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Richard is arrested for murder, as Jack tries to determine what happened that night; Anna considers a relationship with Henry, but Olivia warns her off.
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Jack goes missing after Richard's comments at the political debate; the police find a body in the river and assume it was suicide, until Henry does an autopsy.
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Jack embraces a rigorous campaign schedule two weeks before the federal election; Sir Richard suspects subterfuge; Elizabeth launches Douglas' veteran's fund.
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Sarah remains cautious as George works with Regina to distract Richard -- but they need Jack's help.
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George considers selling the farm; Richard schemes new ways to bring down the Blighs.
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The Blighs plan a funeral for Douglas; Elizabeth lashes out at the family; Regina urges George to examine their accounts.
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Sarah is forced to confront the demons of her past when she is plunged into a dark place; Carolyn and Anna realize that Regina has earned their trust; Larry learns a valuable lesson.
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George takes Sarah and David with him to Canberra; Elizabeth and Jack decide not to tell Douglas about his condition.
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Regina is released from the asylum; George discusses the process of conversion to Judaism with a rabbi in the city; Elizabeth finds it difficult to participate in Sarah's Jewish traditions.
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Sarah and George continue a difficult conversation about religion; Douglas ignores orders to rest after a health scare.
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Henry spars with Sarah and Jack over treatment for Frank, an Aboriginal veteran; Regina claims to have made a breakthrough in her treatment and reaches out to George.
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Olivia chooses a new direction; Harry finds a new home; Jack and Carolyn support their daughter; Sir Richard plans his revenge.

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