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Podcast: Mark Brown guilty of murdering Alexandra Morgan from Sissinghurst and Leah Brown from Hastings

A man has been found guilty of murdering two women, including a mum from Kent who went missing just over a year ago.

Alexandra Morgan from Sissinghurst was last seen on Remembrance Day 2021 – her remains were later found on a farm in East Sussex.

The body of Leah Ware, who disappeared six month earlier, has never been found.

Hear from our reporter who was in court to hear the verdicts come in. We’ve also spoken to the CPS and have audio of the time Mark Brown from St Leonards-on-Sea was arrested.

Also in today’s podcast, workers at the ambulance service covering Kent have voted to go on strike.

You’re being urged to make sure your children have had the flu vaccine amid a rise in the number of under 5s ending up in hospital…

Nationally, more than 200 youngsters were admitted after suffering serious complications linked to the virus in the week to November, 20.

A bus station in Maidstone’s been left covered in mould just a year after a £1.5 million revamp.

Water’s leaking down the wall leaving an ugly mark next to The Mall – hear from bus passengers and what the council have to say.

Parents are calling for plans for a 5G mast on school land in Westgate to be scrapped until proper research has been done on whether they affect our health.

The 20 meter tall mast could be built on part of the playing field at St Saviours primary in Elm Grove.4

The KentOnline Podcast has been told more about a multi-million pound dance studios that’s opened on an industrial estate in Ashford.

The Jasmin Vardimon Company have already welcomed their first cohort of dancers before officially opening next week.

And in sport, it’s been a great day for Kent cricketer Zak Crawley. Find out how he got on as England start their first tour of Pakistan since 2005.