Mercy Peak (2001–2003)
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Alistair decides to declare his feelings for Nicky after discovering that she has started a relationship with Cliff and Dana gets more than she bargained for after helping Ken in his ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
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Dr. Nicky Sommerville
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William Kingsley
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Alistair Kingsley
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Louise Duval
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Ken Wilder (as Tim Balme)
Renato Bartolomei ...
Kieran Masefield (credit only)
Tamati Rice ...
Cliff Tairoa (as Tamati Te Nohotu)
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Dana McNichol
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Clare ...
Gil Crouch
Julie Collis ...
Diane Peach
Dorothy McKegg ...
Matron Crouch
Kirstie O'Sullivan ...
Melanie Barthold
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Biddy Peach
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Todd Van der Velter
Jarrod Tuck ...
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Alistair decides to declare his feelings for Nicky after discovering that she has started a relationship with Cliff and Dana gets more than she bargained for after helping Ken in his recuperation. Nicky discovers Diane Peach's painful secret after her young pregnant daughter is brought into Mercy Peak - that she gave birth at 15 to a Downs Syndrome daughter. She asks Nicky to find out what happened to her. Nicky finds old records and finds that Diane's baby was not born with Downs Syndrome but adopted out by Diane's parents. Nicky and Cliff decide to investigate other cases and believe Gil's mother Matron Crouch was responsible but before they question her she dies in her sleep. She approaches William about his signature on some of the files and finds out that Alastair was also adopted in the same fashion as Diane's baby. Written by Anonymous

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17 April 2002 (New Zealand)  »

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