Note: This Home and Away spoilers article is aimed at UK readers watching at Channel 5 pace.
Next week’s Home and Away episodes will see Robbo finally learn why he is being targeted, while Justin considers breaking the law to help Raffy.
Here are 12 storylines hitting your TV screens next week.
After weeks of threats, Robbo finally comes face-to-face with his enemies when he’s captured and taken hostage on their boat. They take him to a deserted cove, where Robbo is introduced to a man called Victor. He is shocked when Victor reveals that he knows everything about Robbo’s new life â€“ and marriage.
Victor demands answers about what really happened to Dylan Carter, and a shocked Robbo tries to explain that Carter died at sea. Victor is having none of it and warns that Robbo has a week to find him, or Jasmine will end up hurt.
When Victor implies that he had something to do with what happened to Robbo’s first family, Robbo tries to fight back â€“ but is left for dead after a brutal attack by the thugs.
Jasmine is horrified to discover from Scott that Robbo went to meet the gang alone, and Scott is forced to stop her when she tries to leave the motel room. When Robbo comes to, he’s marooned but is soon discovered by Alf, who helps him ashore.
Robbo begs Alf to keep the incident a secret, and as he reaches his ute, he’s disturbed by another ominous note â€“ ‘tick tock’. Robbo races to the motel and overhears Jasmine fighting with a man. Assuming the worst, Robbo charges in and attacks Scott â€“ and then passes out from his injuries.
When Scott insists it’s not safe for Robbo to go to hospital, he and Jasmine take care of Robbo’s injuries. While Jasmine is more concerned for his health, Robbo tries to remember as much as he can.
Jasmine is shocked to learn all about Dylan Carter â€“ the man Robbo blames for his family’s deaths. Robbo then reveals that the events surrounding Dylan’s supposed death are a blank and wonders if he really could be alive.
The next day, Robbo begins sifting through files from Scott to try and piece together the truth about the incident â€“ and get answers once and for all.
Despite Mason and Leah’s attempts to comfort him, Justin can’t help but worry about how Raffy will cope in the wake of her CBD trial being shut down. Things get worse when he notices Raffy struggling, and she lashes out when he tries to reassure her.
After the stress gets the better of Raffy during an exam, Justin feels useless. Seeing no other solution, he decides to manufacture his own CBD oil â€“ much to Mason’s horror.
When Mason’s protests fall on deaf ears, he turns to Leah for help. She walks in on Justin researching CBD oil production and tries to reason with him, but Justin won’t listen. He blasts Leah for being as useless as he is â€“ leaving her stunned. Harsh.
Justin apologises to Leah for his outburst, but is still insistent that cannabis is the only way Raffy can manage her symptoms. Leah is understanding but refuses to help him break the law.
Instead, she helps Justin see the light by insisting that he should focus on lobbying the government to change their regulations on medicinal cannabis. Realising she’s right, Justin and Leah begin their fight for legalisation together.
Later in the week, Leah continues the campaign, but after a disappointing call with the health minister, it seems like help for Raffy could be a long time coming.
The night before an exam, and without her CBD oil, the pressure mounts on Raffy. Meanwhile, suspicious Ryder overhears about a conversation about the cancelled CBD trial and is hurt that Raffy didn’t tell him.
Before the exam, Ryder confronts her, but Raffy angrily reminds him that she owes him nothing. Later, Ryder is pleased with his exam performance but in stark contrast, Raffy was unable to complete the paper. As she heads off, Ryder is left feeling like he’s lost his friendship with Raffy forever.
Still shaken from her ordeal with Tommy, Bella is unable to face going back to school. Colby is concerned that she isn’t coping and is further worried when Irene suggests she accompany Bella to a support group for survivors of sexual assault.
Although Colby isn’t sure Bella is ready, he leaves the ball in her court. After encouragement from Irene, Bella takes the brave step to attend. Will this be the start of Bella’s recovery?
Despite trying to deny his feelings, it’s clear that Colby has Mackenzie on his mind â€“ something that doesn’t go unnoticed by Dean. After Colby brushes off his attempts to talk things through, Dean finally admits he didn’t want Colby dating Mackenzie due to his horrible track record with women.
The conversation is overheard by Mackenzie, who is shocked by the reveal. Although Dean insists that he did it to protect her, Mackenzie rips into him for his overprotective behaviour.
With Dean still receiving the brunt of Mackenzie’s anger, she turns to Colby for more information and is shocked when he defends Dean. He explains some of their complicated history and stays loyal to Dean by rejecting Mackenzie.
Later, Dean relents and gives his blessing to Colby but before he can act on it, Mackenzie puts both men in their place. She demands Dean stop interfering and that Colby stops being pushed around. The pair finally reunite with a kiss, but will Dean be able to back off?
Despite Maggie’s attempts to get through to him, Ben grows more despondent, concerned only about his case. Colby offers Maggie hope that the Federal police have every chance of catching the real criminals, but this does nothing to lift Ben’s spirits.
Maggie admits that she’s struggling to be around him, and when Ziggy notices her upset, she decides that Ben needs some tough love. When Maggie and Ziggy confront him over his behaviour, he lashes out at his family and storms off.
Realising that he went too far, Ben apologises to Maggie and pledges to get on with his life. When he goes to work at the pier, everyone tries to rally around, but Maggie ensures he gets some much-needed alone time.
Later, Alf convinces Ben to join him for lunch, but it all gets too much for him when Alf and John give him a pep talk. Ben heads back to work, but when the men find his tools abandoned, they fear the worst and alert Maggie. Meanwhile in the pines, Ben’s positive faÃ§ade cracks and he sobs alone.
As Irene and Bella spend the day together, the mood sours when Irene receives a phone call from her lawyer informing her that her court date has been set. Even worse, the judge has a history of coming down hard on offenders.
When Bella overhears, she’s caught in a spin and Irene tries to lift her spirits. It becomes clear that she’s nervous about attending court. Irene insists that she doesn’t have to go â€“ she can just send a written statement instead. With Bella not there to testify, has Irene doomed herself to a jail sentence?
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5, with first look screenings at 6.30pm on 5STAR.