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All roads led back to Ramsay Street for a cul-de-sac of memory and nostalgia: a fitting Neighbours finale

By Sarah Casey, Program Coordinator: Bachelor of Communication, University of the Sunshine Coast
Juliet Watson, Senior Lecturer, RMIT University
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As Neighbours ended after 37 years, viewers were treated to a smorgasbord of familiar favourites from Erinsborough’s back catalogue. For decades there were always two characters, though, who remained just a little more embedded in our collective cultural heart.

They were symbolic of the ghosts of Neighbours’ glory days past. Their reappearance was the moment viewers had been waiting for: the return of Scott (Jason Donovan) and Charlene (Kylie Minogue).

But first, other business needed attention.

As we bid adieu, several Ramsay Street homes were for sale. People…The Conversation


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