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The Life of Riley 

Sandra moves back into Killarney and starts making radical changes including trying to sell Alex's prized herd. Stevie has trouble getting through to Alex to advise him so the Drovers ... See full summary »

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Stevie Hall (as Simmone Jade Mackinnon)
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Jodi Fountain McLeod
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Alex Ryan (credit only)
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Kate Manfredi
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Dave Brewer
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Patrick Brewer
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Regan McLeod
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Riley Ward
Jeff Gannon ...
Farnsey
Rebecca Hall ...
Dana Rivers
Reece Horner ...
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Inge Hornstra ...
Sandra Kinsella
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Harry Ryan
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Greg Dawson
Doris Younane ...
Moira Doyle
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Sandra moves back into Killarney and starts making radical changes including trying to sell Alex's prized herd. Stevie has trouble getting through to Alex to advise him so the Drovers ladies decide to temporarily 'steal' the cattle so that Sandra cannot sell them and put them on Wilgul. When Sandra finds out the cattle have disappeared she fires Patrick and threatens to have the Drovers women arrested. Regan and Moira decide to go into the fuel-carting business together when Sandra decides to sell the truck-stop and they hire Patrick as their driver. Elsewhere, Kate tries to be adventurous in order to keep Patrick interested and Regan tries to prove to Dave that she's going to stick around this time. Written by Anonymous

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26 July 2006 (Australia)  »

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