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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: A Woman's Place

18 January 1994
Constable Maggie Doyle arrived in Mount Thomas as the first policewoman at the precinct and her first foray in her job brings her into conflict with her boss, Sr. Sgt. Tom Croydon, after she kills an attacking dog belonging to a Mount Thomas citizen.

Season 1, Episode 2: Doing It Tough

25 January 1994
The Heelers investigate the theft of a harvester on the eve of its repossession by bailiffs. Meanwhile, Nick investigates why a mysterious woman is rifling through a dead man's possessions and Wayne attends his first autopsy.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson
Ann Burbrook ... Roz Patterson

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Const. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Jenny Seedsman ... Lynette Radcliffe
Johnny Quinn ... Mr. Miller

Neil Melville ... Bob Crowley
Elise McCredie ... Grace Crowley
Paul Dier ... Warren Crowley (uncredited)
Anthony Fletcher ... Jim Crowley (uncredited)
Martin Hopkins ... Lenny (uncredited)
Maggie King ... Dr. Noonan (uncredited)
Karl McMillan ... Frank Carruthers (uncredited)
John Scott ... Stevo (uncredited)
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Why Give People Rights? They Only Abuse Them

1 February 1994
Duck hunting season hits Mount Thomas which incurs the wrath of local school-teacher Brian Shields who is anti-guns. The following day Brian is found dead and suspicion falls on the city duck hunters that he had an altercation with. His wife tells them that he committed suicide as he had terminal cancer but Maggie doesn't believe her story. Did his wife kill him? Meanwhile, Roz buys a new car for her hair & beauty salon business but she neglects the cleaning of the station which doesn't please Tom.

Season 1, Episode 4: Wives

8 February 1994
Roz is none too pleased when Wayne is called out during the night to a breaking and entering. However, later she realizes that one of her beauty clients unknowingly is a recipient of stolen jewelry from the B&E and wonders whether to tell Wayne. Meanwhile, Nick arrests a man who he believes is drunk and who promptly hits Nick but PJ recognizes him as famed hostage negotiator Jack 'Blackjack' Eagan and which makes him curious as to why he's in Mount Thomas.

Season 1, Episode 5: Waiting for Apples

15 February 1994
The annual Mount Thomas Cup and Picnic Day brings with it a lot of aggravation for Tom. Meanwhile, PJ pursues an elusive criminal due into town for the races and Maggie has her work cut out for her with a stern Sergeant from another precinct on his annual jaunt to Mount Thomas.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson
Ann Burbrook ... Roz Patterson

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Const. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Tim Robertson ... Dick Jacobs
Jim Daly ... Bobby Shearer
Ruth Yaffe ... Barbara Dillon
Carole Yelland ... Margaret Yates
Barry Main ... Charlie Meadows

Brett Swain ... Peter Sutcliffe
Libby Stone ... Mrs. Quinn
Doug Dew ... Sgt. Noel Skull
Maurie Annese ... Grant Maxwell
Jeffrey Booth ... Father Morton (as Jeff Booth)
James Patrick ... Meat Delivery Guy

Dan Tucker ... Casey
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Apprehended Violence

22 February 1994
The wedding plans of Len and Joanne are not running smoothly and it takes a lot of work by Tom to get it back on track. Nick finds a young girl locked in a caravan and makes it his mission to charge her father for neglect. Meanwhile, Peter Horton arrives at Mount Thomas police station confessing to a murder committed over ten years previously but is he telling the truth or not? Elsewhere, Roz is stopped for speeding by Nick and loses her license as she has 11 points previously accrued. She begs Wayne to help her out but Nick won't budge. But Roz learns the truth at the wedding when Nick gets drunk and tells her that a speeding driver killed his wife and daughter.

Season 1, Episode 7: Life After Death

1 March 1994
The Heelers investigate a serious road traffic accident and PJ tries to avert trouble between two warring neighbours.

Season 1, Episode 8: Domino Effect

8 March 1994
Wayne and Roz continue to argue about her possible move to Melbourne. Later, whilst out on a routine patrol Wayne stops to help the occupants of a broken down car and is shot by an unknown assailant. Acting on a tip-off of a break and entry at hot shot solicitor Mr. Haley the Heelers arrest Sandra and Larry but on further investigation they find that the relationship between the couple and Mr. Haley runs much deeper.

Season 1, Episode 9: Diary Entry

15 March 1994
A curious mother uncovers information from her daughter Kym's diary that suggests a drug dealer is operating near the school. Meanwhile, Wayne returns to work after the shooting but is very tense. Is he ready to be back at work?

Season 1, Episode 10: Visions Splendid

22 March 1994
Vivian Harris, a 70-year-old farmer, complains to the Heelers of harassment. Maggie and Wayne investigate and find that it is not kids that are harassing her but someone closer to home. Meanwhile, Roz interviews for the job as secretary as Mount Thomas station and gets the post but considers turning it down because it would mean being always with Wayne giving them no space.

Season 1, Episode 11: Abandoned

29 March 1994
A baby boy is found abandoned at Mount Thomas railway station which Nick finds hard to deal with. Maggie and Nick take him to the hospital but later the baby goes missing and The Heelers rush to find the baby and the mother before it is too late. Roz finds out about her new job at the station from Sgt. Croydon but her re-organization of the station and handling of queries gets Tom riled up almost immediately. It takes for Roz to quit for Tom to realize what he could lose.

Season 1, Episode 12: Damaged Goods

5 April 1994
Roz is asked to address the Countrywomen's Association about what it is like being married to a rural based cop. Wayne gets grief over the rostering of his fellow staff. An arthritic farmer keeps his son out of school but Nick sees a way to help the farmer and get the son back to school.

Season 1, Episode 13: Armed and Dangerous

12 April 1994
PJ teams up with the Special Response Force and his old friend Senior Sergeant Col Monroe to investigate a series of aggravated burglaries in Mount Thomas.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson
Ann Burbrook ... Roz Patterson

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Cons. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Peter Mochrie ... Col Monroe
Bradley Hulme ... Joe Tonelli (as Brad Hulme)
Clarissa House ... Val Copeland
Maude Davey ... Jean Blakely

Greg Stone ... Ron Blakely
Felix Nobis ... Charlie Copeland
Ray Chubb ... Arthur Bascombe
Guy Mallaby ... Brett Danielson
Roy Edmonds ... Jim Danielson
Luigi Villani ... Frank Morello
Mark Padfield ... Barry Edmonds

Sally McLean ... T.V. Interviewer
Marita Wilcox ... Nurse
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Reunion

19 April 1994
Chris is told by Tom that her ex-husband Terry Kennedy has been killed in a car crash. Chris identifies him from a tattoo but it later turns out that Terry is alive. It turns out that a friend of his with the same tattoo was killed. Tom and PJ find out and try to persuade her to turn Terry in but Terry is very persuasive. What will Chris do?

Season 1, Episode 15: Family Lies

26 April 1994
The Heelers search for missing five-year-old Zac Hart but find he's been taken on a shop-lifting spree with his step-sister Ginny. Later, their mother Heather is beaten up badly and Ginny swears that Heather's ex Barry beat her up. But when arrested Barry admits to beating up Heather but did not see or take Zac. So leads the Heelers in a frantic search to find his secret hiding place before it is too late.

Season 1, Episode 16: Theft

3 May 1994
Visiting salesman George Patterson's car is stolen and when it's recovered by Wayne he claims that two of his leather jackets are missing from the car. Following his claim nosy neighbor, Graham McCann, calls into the police station and states that he saw Wayne take the jackets. Wayne is investigated and Roz is justifiably annoyed that they are targeting Wayne. Meanwhile, P.J. watches a known criminal who believes stole a safe from a local shop. He doesn't have long to wait when the errant thief injures himself trying to blow open the safe with dynamite. It later transpires that he also stole George Patterson's car to move the safe and took the missing jackets as well. Later, Chris bars Graham McCann from her pub.

Season 1, Episode 17: Meat Is Hung, Men Are Hanged

10 May 1994
Lee Sutcliffe, the daughter of convicted child killer Clive Royce Ostroff, and her husband Jim become the targets of a terror campaign, both at their home and at work, after Clive is granted early release. Clive had murdered 9-year-old Rebecca Rees fourteen years previously as she walked home from school. The Heelers must try and convince the locals, who swear revenge, that Lee is also a victim and should be left alone. Tom has to convince Clive to take the train away from Mount Thomas to Melbourne for his own safety.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson
Ann Burbrook ... Roz Patterson

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Cons. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Suzi Dougherty ... Lee Sutcliffe
Simon Thorpe ... Jim Sutcliffe
Victoria Nicholls ... Wendy Ruhl (as Victoria Nicolls)
Leo Taylor ... Clive Ostroff
Jeff Kovski ... Rainy Babineau
Douglas Bennett ... Bernard Wuhl (as Doug Bennett)
Tasos Petousis ... Dino
Greg Scealey ... Howard (as Greg Scealy)
Lois Collinder ... Mrs. Rivers
Peter Webb ... Ken Rivers
Mairead Curran ... Female Protester (uncredited)
Axl Taylor ... Len (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Conduct Unbecoming

17 May 1994
P.J.'s ex-girlfriend Hilary Edmunds arrives back in Mount Thomas and P.J. feels the old spark between them. But has Hilary forgiven him for the last time they were together? Meanwhile, Wayne investigates a claim of molestation by Angela DeVenuto after she is arrested for shop-lifting. But is she telling the truth?

Season 1, Episode 19: Good Cop, Bad Cop

24 May 1994
Tom goes on leave with a former Blue Heeler and the remaining Blue Heelers are worried when it seems as though he may be transferred back to Melbourne and the dreaded Charlie Glover taking his place. But Tom does not want the transfer to the city and Charlie is equally reluctant so together they have to convince Insp. Ted Faulkner to change his mind. Elsewhere, Wayne has a difficult time trying to serve a summons to Randolph Soames.

Season 1, Episode 20: The Final Season

31 May 1994
Australian footy legend Big Don Danites arrives in Mount Thomas with his wife Tracey which delights Wayne who asks him to coach the local under-10s. But Big Don shows a different side when his drinking gets out of control and he hits his wife forcing her to throw him out. Elsewhere, the Heelers have their annual District Firearms Trials.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson
Ann Burbrook ... Roz Patterson

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Cons. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon

Harry Pavlidis ... Big Don Danites
Sheryl Munks ... Tracey Danites
Jan Friedl ... Mrs. Webster
Marcus Chisholm ... Andy Poulton
Bruce Carter ... Senior Sgt. Wilkie
Steve Hardman ... Purcell
John Atkinson ... Sullo
John Weldon ... District Firearms Officer
David Murray ... Football Coach Norm (as Dave Murray)
Laurie Dobson ... Club Executive Arthur
Anthony Breslin ... Sgt. Altobelli
Rian McLean ... Damien Poulton
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Payback

7 June 1994
Nick forms a romantic attachment to Jennifer Willis and a deep bond with her daughter Kate, as he tries to put the tragedy of his wife and child's deaths behind him. But his happiness is short-lived when he finds that she was responsible for the hit-and-run of her former boyfriend Tony McHugh. Meanwhile, the Heelers try to find a peeping tom.

Season 1, Episode 22: Sex, Lies and Videotapes

14 June 1994
Tom discovers that his friend Charlie McVie has embezzled the football club's funds but when questioned Charlie admits to Tom that he is being blackmailed by his daughter's former boyfriend. Meanwhile, Maggie and Wayne arrest Gail Hutton for drunk and disorderly and lock her up for the night only to discover that she is underage. Then PJ and Tom make a discovery that links both cases together. Elsewhere, Mount Thomas takes delivery of a new police vehicle which makes Nick happy no end.

Season 1, Episode 23: The Men in Her Life

21 June 1994
Maggie runs foul of prominent local politician Ken Forbes when she arrests him for driving under the influence. The matter is complicated when her current boyfriend and Forbes's assistant Glenn Ritchie lies to cover up for the politician causing Maggie to be investigated by her superiors. This brings her father Pat into town and who is determined to help despite Maggie's protests. Maggie is forced to leave Chris's lodgings and move into her own place in order to take suspicion away from her.

Season 1, Episode 24: A Bird in the Hand

28 June 1994
The Heelers go in pursuit of some rare snake smugglers. Roz is asked to tidy up Alan McCubbin's station house but becomes uncomfortable with him when he becomes overly friendly with her and reeking of alcohol and so pretends to have flu to stay away from him. Roz tells Tom but he tells her to put a lid on it but further investigation by Tom uncovers Alan's drink problem and he is suspended.

Season 1, Episode 25: Missing

5 July 1994
Bill Mason, the father of a nineteen-year-old boy who disappeared near Mount Thomas, comes to town on the fourth anniversary of his disappearance. A reenactment of the disappearance on television prompts a number of fresh calls and finally brings the Healers a lead. But will it bring good news to Bill? Elsewhere, PJ, Nick and Wayne play a practical joke on Maggie.

Season 1, Episode 26: Day in Court

12 July 1994
Traveling magistrate Sgt. Paula Dyson arrives in Mount Thomas for a number of cases which sees most of the Heelers have their day in court. P.J. and Chris's relationship becomes strained when she refuses to testify in the trial of Barry Lambert.

Season 1, Episode 27: Nowhere to Run

19 July 1994
Sally Lewis is found dead in a shared house where suspicion falls on her room-mates, including her sister Heather, who may have been involved in her death. The team also reunite one of the room-mates with his estranged father.

Season 1, Episode 28: Consequences

26 July 1994
Newly promoted Inspector Faulkner visits Mount Thomas to launch the local Safety House Scheme but the chief public supporter Bill Todd, owner of the local meat works, is found to be selling inferior carcasses as quality meat which puts a dent in Inspector Faulkner's plans. But he insists that any action be postponed until after the launch. Meanwhile, PJ pressures young burglar Damien Parker into confessing to a string of burglaries but later Damien is found badly beaten. The Heelers have their work cut out trying to find out who took out their anger on Damien.

Season 1, Episode 29: A Matter of Trust

2 August 1994
Roz is suspended from her job after passing on classified information to her friend Liz Mooney in the hope she can retain custody of her son from her violent husband. Elsewhere, a young teen comes to Mount Thomas to find his birth mother but is beaten up by his half-brother who assumes he's a burglar

Season 1, Episode 30: Necessary Force

9 August 1994
After an eventful night where wealthy rural resident Moira Field shoots and kills an intruder, and following her suspension from her job, Roz decides to leave Wayne and return home to Melbourne.

Season 1, Episode 31: Bitter Harvest

16 August 1994
PJ pursues Joe Furness aka Joe Birch as he believes he is guilty of a series of rapes in St. Davids. Meanwhile, Trish Lowe has a serious infatuation on PJ and invites the Heelers to a party for her birthday. But Trish is raped later than night and PJ is convinced that Joe is the culprit.

Season 1, Episode 32: Crazy Like a Fox

23 August 1994
Nick pulls over a car for speeding and is bribed by the driver to let him off. Meanwhile, feuding brother and sister Philipa and Greg Sutton make life hell for the Blue Heelers. Elsewhere, an angry man accuses an antique store owner of receiving stolen goods.

Season 1, Episode 33: Old Dogs, New Tricks

30 August 1994
Nick and Maggie investigate unexplained mishaps in a retiree's home whilst Wayne goes on the search for who is breaking into people's houses without stealing anything.

Season 1, Episode 34: Labour of Love

6 September 1994
Whilst attending a training course in Melbourne Wayne attempts to get to see Roz but her mother prevents him. This angers him and he takes his frustration out on newly qualified police cadet, Adam Cooper. Unknown to Wayne he is the new constable in Mount Thomas. Meanwhile, an advertisement for a 'travelling masseuse' in the local newspaper has tongues in Mount Thomas wagging. PJ agrees to go and find information on the masseuse but finds her injured in the motel room and all her cash gone.

Season 1, Episode 35: Escape Route

13 September 1994
Pina Neilsen, the Filipino victim of a car crash, refuses to tell The Heelers about the accident or her family until her husband Frank Neilson turns up in Mount Thomas. Then, with the help of Yolanda Roberts, she tells them that she is a victim of spousal abuse and doesn't want to see him again. However, Frank doesn't take this news too well and sets out to find Pina before she is moved to a woman's refuge.

Season 1, Episode 36: Adverse Possession

20 September 1994
P.J. and Tom are caught in the middle of a contentious local land dispute between P.J.'s ex-girlfriend Hilary Edmunds's uncle Stan Horvath and Geoff Lovett who is claiming adverse possession of the land.

Season 1, Episode 37: The Folly of Youth

27 September 1994
The Heelers investigate the disappearance of Joanne Foster as she made her way to work.

Season 1, Episode 38: Face Value

4 October 1994
The Heelers try to catch out a married couple who are trying to con parishioners out of their hard-earned cash by stating they are verge of discovering a cure for cancer. When it looks like the local priest may be involved PJ and Tom become determined to catch them.

Season 1, Episode 39: Suspicion

11 October 1994
A tip-off from a small-time drug user which leads to a drug raid goes wrong when the drug dealers find out about the raid and manage to evade the Heelers. PJ begins to suspect that someone from inside the force tipped off the drug dealers and his suspicions lie with Maggie's boyfriend Sean. Meanwhile, Adam's friend Melissa starts working in the pub and is very popular. However, money and drink go missing from the bar and Chris is convinced that Melissa is involved but Adam isn't willing to believe her.

Season 1, Episode 40: Without Intent

18 October 1994
Julia Fogarty's late husband Gary's body goes missing from a funeral parlour and Tom believes it is the work of some of the B&S Ball revellers. When the body is found it is sent to Melbourne for an autopsy and it shows that Gary was poisoned and hadn't died from natural causes as originally suspected. Meanwhile, when a carpet shop is ram-raided and then an electronics shop Adam goes on the hunt to find out who the culprits are.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Const. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Penelope Stewart ... Julia Fogarty
John Lee ... Clive McLean
Pip Mushin ... Simon
Stephen Scully ... Terry Fogarty (as Stephen Sculley)
Simon Wilton ... Fergus
Paul Monaghan ... Howard Brown
Penelope Shelton ... Dr. Charlotte Webb
Simon Hughes ... Dave Fogarty
Robin Bisset ... Imelda Thornton (as Robyn Bissett)
Monty Maizels ... Jeffrey Thornton
Judith Stewart ... Farm Lady (as Judith Mary Stewart)
Kevin Grise ... Gary Fogarty
Richard Huggett ... Sean Neale (uncredited)
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 41: Family Matters

25 October 1994
Jason Campbell, a young security guard hoping to be a police officer, blames a small-time criminal for burglaries which gets PJ on the case. Meanwhile, a young girl is robbed of company funds after she becomes faint in the park and the Heelers investigate as to whether it was an inside job.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon

Marc Aden Gray ... Jason Campbell (as Marc Gray)
James Patrick ... Happy James Hargreaves
Meg Clancy ... Wilma Hargreaves
Peter Roberts ... Kevin Oakley
Sally Cooper ... Betty Oakley
Petra Yared ... Debbie Perkins (as Petra Jared)
Peter Felmingham ... Bob Campbell
Louisa Graham ... Mandy
Livinia Nixon ... Becky
Bill Kolivas ... Truck Driver
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 42: The First Stone

1 November 1994


Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
David Glazebrook ... Det. Sgt. Peter Grantham

Manu Bennett ... Mark Davies (as John Bennett)
Kirk Alexander ... Lloyd Davies
Janet Andrewartha ... Det. Bridget Ryan
Arianthe Galani ... Helena Hasham
Aaron Blabey ... Robbie Davies
Renato Bartolomei ... Gino Scarlatti
Alison Whyte ... Janelle Davies

Christine Stephen-Daly ... Jilly Miles (as Christine Stephen Daly)
Janet Paul ... Mrs. Clarence
Vanessa Ready ... Meg Davies
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 43: Skin Deep

8 November 1994


Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Max Fairchild ... Frank Marple

Tony Briggs ... Tony Dixon
Jeynara Alkina Blair ... Fred Thompson
Jim Daly ... Eddie Johnson (as Jim Daley)
Carole Fraser ... Lilly Dixon
Bradley Hulme ... Lewis Marple (as Brad Hulme)
Stan Dryden ... Casey Dixon (as Stan Dryden Jr.)

Emily Mortimer ... Kelly
Michelle Gleeson ... Justine
Lyn Asling ... Mrs. Bloye
Warwick Randall ... Jim Taylor
Warwick Begg ... Shopkeeper
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 44: Luck of Draw

15 November 1994
Tom's wife Nell is fatally injured and his daughter Susan is injured when a car driven by drunk teenagers plows into their car also killing the three teenagers. Lou Vicenza, father of one of the dead teenagers, makes a complaint to Chris about her supplying alcohol to underage kids which she vehemently denies. So who supplied the teenagers with booze? And is the crash all that it seems?

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Beth Buchanan ... Susan Croydon
Richard Huggett ... Sean Neale
Nick Waters ... Insp. Ted Faulkner

Jeff Truman ... Lance Stroller
Keith Eden ... Mick Doherty
Ernie Gray ... Jim Seaton
Madeleine Swain ... Sally Seaton
Mark Wilson ... Kit Seaton
Bob Ruggiero ... Lou Vicenza
Maria Portesi ... Rosa Vicenza
Tibor Gyapjas ... Terry
Paul Glen ... Towie
Erik Donnison ... Sgt. Bill Peters (as Eric Donnison)
Robert Price ... Sgt. Cliff Watkins
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman
James Wright ... Doctor
Callum Shaw ... Complainant

Season 1, Episode 45: Damage Control

22 November 1994
Maggie's hopes of promotion to Detective are thwarted with the arrival of Senior Constable Rose Egan from St. David's who is in line for the same job. Further compounding her woes is the news that her boyfriend Sean is suspected of being on the take when a horse racing ring-in is discovered.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Without a Trace

21 February 1995
The Healers are perplexed by the disappearance of the Ashleys from their farm.

Season 2, Episode 2: A Question of Courage

28 February 1995
Paul Reynolds, an over-zealous nightclub bouncer, causes untold trouble for the Heelers. After a brawl takes place at the fitness centre a panicked Adam calls for unnecessary back-up leaving Maggie vulnerable amongst the mob who ends up being knocked unconscious. But things go from bad to worse when Adam is bitten by Paul after he tries to escape custody and it is found that Paul has HIV.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Terry Serio ... Paul Reynolds
Mat Stevenson ... Terry Walsh (as Matt Stevenson)
Cindy James ... Rebecca
John Powell ... Nightclub Owner

David Whiteley ... Doctor
Frances Forrest ... Nurse
Philip Stammers ... Manager (as Phil Stammers)
Karl Hansen ... Footballer
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Cruel Reality

7 March 1995
Adam finds his pending HIV status a stumbling block with the Mount Thomas community. Elsewhere, Mount Thomas's first bank robbery causes confusion for the Heelers and the suspect turns out to be someone they wouldn't normally suspect.

Season 2, Episode 4: Mates

14 March 1995
Tom and Chris's old friend, Alex Bailey, returns to Mount Thomas after ten years spent in jail and looking to make amends and also to see his son Shane. But not everyone is glad to see him and his attempts to stay in the community are thwarted several times.

Season 2, Episode 5: Out of Harm's Way

21 March 1995
Deranged father Michael Fielding abducts his young daughter from school and tells Adam in a phone call that she is being abused by her step-father Ian Rasheed. Meanwhile, Adam anxiously awaits his HIV test results.

Season 2, Episode 6: Breaking the Cycle

28 March 1995
The Heelers are initially called to a school disturbance between two boys. The instigator, Sam Roper, is cautioned and sent home with his parents Colin and Jane Roper. But later an incident at the Roper household leads the Heelers to believe that Jane is a victim of domestic abuse. Rose's objectivity to the case is tested in light of her ex-husband Jeff also working at Mt. Thomas. The next day Colin Roper is found dead and it later transpires that he was the victim and not Jane. The revelation leads Rose into confessing that Jeff is still abusing her.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Det. Sr. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Dale Stevens ... Sr. Const. Rose Egan
David Swann ... Sgt. Jeff Rice
Esben Storm ... Colin Roper
Toni Scanlan ... Jane Roper
Christopher Lyons ... Sam Roper (as Chris Lyons)
Daniel Daperis ... Matthew Roper (as Dan Daperis)
Glynnis Jones ... Tina Bianchi
Michael Bentham ... Lee Jackson
Penny Schlam ... Mrs. Jackson
Rosemary Johns ... Tracey Kellow
Brent Petro ... Jason Kellow
Ben Georgiou ... Boy
Joan Coote ... Secretary
Vic Gordon ... Mr. Blythe
Barbara Joseph ... Welfare Worker
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Heavy Traffic

4 April 1995
Highway Patrol roll into town and cause no end of hassle for the Heelers and the citizens of Mt. Thomas with their overzealous traffic offense fining. And P.J. is the first to be caught speeding and he's not too happy. It leads to a car chase with Wayne and Wallace in pursuit of a speeding motor-cyclist ending in the man's death. The man is identified as Billy Peters, a good friend of Nick and it leads to an investigation which causes intense internal problems. Meanwhile, P.J. investigates a suspected robbery at the local veterinary surgery.

Season 2, Episode 8: Gun Law

11 April 1995
Maggie is called to a disturbance in the local lake by young teenagers and is conned into trying to rescue one of them giving the others time to steal her gun-belt and cuffs. Tom urges her to find them quick or there could be dire consequences. Meanwhile, Nick and the rest of the team have to show the ropes to Inspector Faulkner's nephew who is on a work experience placement at the station.

Season 2, Episode 9: Ripples on the Pond

18 April 1995
The Heelers investigate the mindless destruction of the local Chinese restaurant and its owner and how the following violence is linked to local corrupt lawyer Greg Walters. Meanwhile, Tom warns Nick about getting involved with Sasha Peters, his friend Billy's widow.

Season 2, Episode 10: Protected Species

25 April 1995
Harry Jinks, a friend of Tom's, is beaten up and robbed. Tom is adamant to catch the culprit but he is stopped in his tracks by organised crime when it turns out that the suspect is an escaped criminal about to go into witness protection after he brings down a known criminal.

Season 2, Episode 11: Stop for a Bite

2 May 1995
Grace Macdonald arrives in Mount Thomas to do an internal efficiency audit and the Heelers realise that cuts will be made somewhere so all are fighting for their area. Elsewhere, the Heelers investigate when mice parts are found in meat pies belonging to a Mount Thomas bakery institution.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Long Winding Road

9 May 1995
Clare and Eva, two foreign backpackers, arrive in Mount Thomas and Wayne is instantly smitten with Clare. The following morning Eva is found dead and a murder investigation ensues. Meanwhile, Nick goes all out to secure a job as watchman at Mount Thomas.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Old School Tie

16 May 1995
The Heelers investigate a light plane crash outside Mount Thomas which leaves just two survivors - one which is a local prominent politician. However, the crash scene investigation throws up inconsistencies in the events narrated by the survivors.

Season 2, Episode 14: Motherlove

23 May 1995
Two young children are found locked in a car by Maggie and Wayne and Maggie later finds their mother, Holly McLeod, an ex-bikie in the pub with a group of bikers new into town. Maggie is determined to remove the kids from Holly as she sets out to prove that she is an un-fit mother.

Season 2, Episode 15: Dead Ringer

30 May 1995
Tom takes annual leave to go to a wedding and puts Nick in charge. Straightaway a murder threatens to derail Nick when homicide detectives are brought in to oversee the case. But Nick is determined to win against all odds and solve the case.

Season 2, Episode 16: Salutary Lessons

6 June 1995
The Heelers investigate the Hughes brothers & their involvement in an inter state payroll robbery. Meanwhile, Wayne & Maggie look into the disappearance of Inspector Faulkner's niece Kim & find her living with her teacher Ben.

Season 2, Episode 17: Shadow Man

13 June 1995
The Heelers investigate the alleged rape of Sandy Fielding with Maggie as lead investigator which gives her a new insight into detective work.

Season 2, Episode 18: Trust Me

20 June 1995
Wayne is desk-bound after his brief affair with a married woman becomes public after her husband is beaten up. Meanwhile, Sasha and Nick move in together but when her brother Nick shows up will she betray his trust whilst protecting her brother?

Season 2, Episode 19: Parenting

27 June 1995
Tom's daughter Susan arrives home from university and tells Tom that she is thinking of dropping out of university. Meanwhile, Nick investigates a local business which has been vandalised.

Season 2, Episode 20: Gun Crazy

4 July 1995
After a gun shop is burglared Wayne throws himself into the world of guns. When Tom is taken hostage by ex-cop Frank Powell Wayne goes overboard and shoots Frank. Whilst recovering in hospital Frank is arrested for the burglary but are the Heelers looking in the wrong direction?

Season 2, Episode 21: With Prejudice

11 July 1995
After a five-year old girl goes missing the Heelers come under the ferocious glare of the media - both local and international.

Season 2, Episode 22: Paranoia: Part 1

18 July 1995
Officers from Internal Investigations arrive in Mount Thomas en masse, including Maggie's older brother Michael, to probe allegations of corruption and narcotics smuggling amongst some of the Heelers including Tom. Tom's day goes from bad to worse when a trio of prisoners escape while being transported, Chris and Adam are taken hostage at the pub by local Dean Shipley where Tom is shot by the increasingly psychotic Dean while acting as a mediator.

Season 2, Episode 23: Paranoia: Part 2

25 July 1995
The search continues for Olive Katavich and her murderous accomplices as they hide out from the Heelers and the rest of the officers from Internal Investigations. Maggie considers resigning after a confrontation from Wayne and a less than friendly welcome from her brother Michael. Tom recovers from his gunshot would and begs his daughter to kick her habit and Adam and Chris get up close and personal in the pub.

Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Sr. Det. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Beth Buchanan ... Susan Croydon

David Field ... Michael Doyle
Stig Wemyss ... Dean Shipley
Terry Gill ... Clive Adamson
Nick Waters ... Insp. Ted Faulkner
David Blackman ... Lance Irvine

Rachel Blakely ... Gina Belfanti

Katrina Mathers ... Olive Katavich
Johnny Raaen ... Raymond Harding (as John Raaen)
Philip Reilley ... Brett Casey
Trevor Welsh ... Noel Mitchell
Tom Coltraine ... IID Officer

David Whiteley ... Doctor
Cherise Donovan ... Small Girl
Dean Caulfield ... SRS Officer

Robert Grubb ... Sgt. Harris (uncredited)
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Collector

1 August 1995

Season 2, Episode 25: The Homecoming Queen

8 August 1995

Season 2, Episode 26: Secrets

15 August 1995

Season 2, Episode 27: The Last Straw

22 August 1995

Season 2, Episode 28: The Best of Rivals

29 August 1995

Season 2, Episode 29: Swings and Roundabouts

5 September 1995

Season 2, Episode 30: Double Jeopardy: Part 1

12 September 1995

Season 2, Episode 31: Double Jeopardy: Part 2

19 September 1995

Season 2, Episode 32: The Mongrel Factor

26 September 1995

Season 2, Episode 33: Just Desserts

3 October 1995

Season 2, Episode 34: Unnatural Death

10 October 1995

Season 2, Episode 35: Tough Love

17 October 1995

Season 2, Episode 36: A Question of Loyalties

24 October 1995

Season 2, Episode 37: Vow of Silence

31 October 1995

Season 2, Episode 38: Juggling with Smoke

7 November 1995

Season 2, Episode 39: The Discount Suit

7 November 1995

Season 2, Episode 40: Brotherly Love: Part 1

21 November 1995


Grant Bowler ... Const. Wayne Patterson

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Sr. Det. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon

Rachel Blakely ... Gina Belfanti
Peta Doodson ... Inspector Monica Draper
Michael Isaacs ... Clancy Freeman
Jane Longhurst ... Sasha Peters
Stephen Whittaker ... Sam Cooper (as Stephen Wittaker)

Fletcher Humphrys ... Jonathon Grant
Rian McLean ... Malcolm Grant
Ian Toyne ... Gerald Grant
Jeff Kovski ... Bob Marrow
Christine Davey ... Jill Westcott
Karen Davitt ... Dr. Zoe Hamilton
Liza Oates ... Barbara James
Kevin Whitney ... George Whelan

Rob Lobosco ... Court attendant
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)
Terry Trimble ... Chick (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 41: Brotherly Love: Part 2

28 November 1995


Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Once Only Withdrawal: Part 1

12 February 1996

Season 3, Episode 2: Once Only Withdrawal: Part 2

12 February 1996

Season 3, Episode 3: Second Innings

13 February 1996

Season 3, Episode 4: Spider Man

20 February 1996

Season 3, Episode 5: Day of Reckoning

27 February 1996

Season 3, Episode 6: Sex and Death

5 March 1996

Season 3, Episode 7: Not in My Backyard

12 March 1996

Season 3, Episode 8: All Part of the Service

19 March 1996

Season 3, Episode 9: Dog Days

26 March 1996

Season 3, Episode 10: An Act of Random Violence

2 April 1996

Season 3, Episode 11: Unfinished Business

9 April 1996

Season 3, Episode 12: Happy Families

16 April 1996

Season 3, Episode 13: Priorities

23 April 1996

Season 3, Episode 14: A Fair Crack of the Whip: Part 1

30 April 1996

Season 3, Episode 15: A Fair Crack of the Whip: Part 2

7 May 1996

Season 3, Episode 16: Under Pressure

14 May 1996

Season 3, Episode 17: Fight Dirty

21 May 1996

Season 3, Episode 18: The Art of Deception

28 May 1996


Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper

Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Schultz

Martin Sacks ... Sr. Det. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
John Jacobs ... Benny Danders
Vince D'Amico ... George Katsoulis
Ben Thomas ... Ross Danders
Annie Gagliardi ... Helen Katsoulis
Chris Milne ... Patrick Munroe
Alexandra Sangster ... Anna Croydon
Nield Schneider ... Simon Brophy
Tobi Webster ... Gary Brice
Eugenia Fragos ... Roula Katsoulis
Simon Moody ... Marijuana Grower

Russell Frost ... Marijuana Grower
Taylor Dow ... Baby Sam Croydon
Axl Taylor ... Len The Barman (uncredited)

Clayton Watson ... Greg (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Old Sins, Long Shadows

4 June 1996

Season 3, Episode 20: In Unity Is Strength

11 June 1996

Season 3, Episode 21: The Kremin Factor

18 June 1996

Season 3, Episode 22: Shelter from the Storm

25 June 1996

Season 3, Episode 23: The Principle of the Thing

2 July 1996

Season 3, Episode 24: Mind Games

9 July 1996

Season 3, Episode 25: Duty of Care

16 July 1996

Season 3, Episode 26: Other People's Lives

6 August 1996