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Neighbours spoilers: Does Amy Williams still love ex-boyfriend Kyle Canning?

Neighbours, Amy Williams, Kyle Canning

When Amy works overtime with her ex-boyfriend Kyle, she forgets all about a romantic dinner her fella Gary is planning...

Things have been rather awkward since Amy Williams's ex-boyfriend Kyle Canning moved back to Ramsay Street. Especially as she is now in a relationship with Kyle's dad, Gary!

Both Amy and Kyle have found themselves working together on business matters surrounding property development Robinson Pines.

However, is Amy starting to put business with Kyle before pleasure with Gary? While working overtime, Amy forgets all about her plans for a romantic dinner with Gary and starts to enjoy spending time with Kyle... as friends.

But are the friends starting to feel some of the old spark again?

Neighbours, Kyle Canning, Gary Canning, Amy Williams

Kyle returned to Ramsay Street just as Gary was popping the question to Amy! (Picture: Channel 5)

Meanwhile, Chloe Brennan's job at Lassiters is on the line (again!) after her boss Terese Willis caught her helping hotel owner Paul Robinson with his secret plans to try and woo a big investor for Robinson Pines.

And Paul's relationship with Terese could be on the line too, as she's fed-up with all his secrets and lies. Will Paul try and keep Terese on side by making a SURPRISE decision?

Elsewhere, David Tanaka is worried his brother Leo is spiralling out of control again. Determined to keep a closer eye on him, David suggests Leo move into Number 32. Will Leo agree?

Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5

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