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Shortland Street - Tina-Anne Harrison's birth

Television (Excerpts) – 2004

In this excerpt from the 3000th episode of Shortland Street, hearts and cars are out of control. Waverley (Claire Chitham) is in labour and Dad to be Nick (Karl Burnett) is AWOL, stuck in a dodgy hearse with cranky driver Li Mei Chen ( Li-Ming Hu). A hippy house bus saves the day, but it will still be a tight race as one Tina-Anne makes her arrival. Meanwhile Chris Warner (Michael Galvin) is opening up to Craig Valentine (Renato Bartolomei) about his feelings for Lucy (Sally Stockwell). He dumps his partner (Outrageous Fortune's Siobhan Marshall, in her earliest screen role), only to have his hopes repeatedly dashed. 

You are incorrigible, Warner. I don't know how you find the time, much less what all these women see in you. You can't be Peter Pan all your life, mate.
– Craig Valentine (Renato Bartolomei) reacts to Chris Warner's latest romantic dilemma