Live news stream
Bridge Street (Heol-Y-Bont) in Aberystwyth has been closed, because of an unsafe building, from Mill Street to Great Darkgate Street (Y Stryd Fawr).
Mark Bridger has told a jury he does not accept that he 'killed' April, but accepts that he was 'the cause of her death'.
When asked by the prosecution what the difference was, he replied: "To me, it suggests you intended it... I did not go out to kill April."
Elwen Evans QC said: "Can we accept that, somehow or other, you disposed of her body?"
Mr Bridger replied: "Her body has not been found."
Miss Evans told him: "Her body has not been found because of what you did to cover up what you had done."
When asked why April's body has not been found, Mr Bridger replied: "I have put her somewhere where it hasn't been found."
Mr Bridger also admitted to cleaning his property - but denied that he did so to cover anything up.
The Welsh Government has announced the end of its intervention in the running of Anglesey Council.
Five commissioners were appointed to turn around the failing authority in 2011 - the first time a council in the UK had been taken over in this way.
Local Government Minister Lesley Griffiths made the announcement during a visit to the Council where she addressed a full meeting of councillors elected at the island’s recent election.
She said: "I am convinced the Council can now manage its own affairs without external intervention."
The Welsh Government’s intervention will formally end when the current direction expires on May 31st.
Mark Bridger has told the court there is 'scientific evidence' to prove certain events did not happen.
He said: "There is no evidence that I had any sexual contact with April; that I struck April... there is no blood splatter. These things did not happen in the house; they did not happen in the car."
Elwen Evans QC, prosecuting, said: "The one piece of evidence that could tell the story is April's body. Where did you put her?"
He replied: "I don't know".
Miss Evans told him the police have "looked everywhere, time after time, in a range of different ways" before asking again: "Where did you put her?"
Mr Bridger answered: "I don't recall. I have placed her somewhere."
Mark Bridger, giving evidence, has told Mold Crown Court that April Jones "died that night because of me" - his voice cracking slightly as he spoke.
But the 47-year-old denies April's abduction and murder, saying that he accidentally ran her over in his vehicle.
Elwen Evans QC, prosecuting, then questioned Mark Bridger over his account that he has no clear memory of what happened that night.
He answered: "I have a dead child, that I have killed, in my car. How does that affect anyone? I had pins and needles. I felt sick."
Miss Evans replied: "YOU had pins and needles? YOU felt sick?"
Mark Bridger, under cross-examination, has been accused of telling "any lie that you think may save your skin" - which he denies.
Mr Bridger had told the courtroom he believed a child witness, who said she saw April Jones getting into his car happy and smiling, was 'confused'.
He said: "I can't understand a seven-year-old's mind... I can't understand my own children's minds."
Elwen Evans QC, for the prosecution, questioned Mr Bridger about his account of leaving the Bryn-y-Gog estate and driving around on the evening of April's disappearance.
He said he cannot remember.
Miss Evans told him: "You have no clear recollection, because your account of driving up and down is complete nonsense."
The man accused of abducting and murdering April Jones has resumed giving evidence at Mold Crown Court today under cross-examination.
Elwen Evans QC questioned Mark Bridger about whether April got into his car on the evening of her disappearance, and whether she was 'happy and smiling' as she did so.
He answered: "April was in my arms."
Asked again if April was happy and smiling, Mr Bridger replied "No."
He told the court a child witness who said she saw April entering his vehicle 'happy and smiling' was not telling the truth.
He said he believed the child witness had mistaken the account for another day and another car, or had been 'influenced', saying: "She's confused and upset; she's a seven-year-old child."
Mr Bridger told the courtroom: "April has never, ever got into my car."
He denies all the charges against him.
This RNLI video shows a crew rescue a woman from a flooded river in Devon. Two men from Porthcawl were involved in the rescue, and have been awarded with gallantry medals for their efforts.
Chris Missen and Paul Eastment will pick up their medals in London later today.
The A487 is blocked in both directions after an accident between A4159 (Aberystwyth) and Chapel Street (Tal-y-bont).
Farmers and Welsh Government meet today to plan for the future of the agricultural industry.
The Welsh Government will host Wales’ first annual farming conference in Llandrindod Wells.
It'll consider the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.
The conference was one of the recommendations put forward in ‘Working Smarter’ a report commissioned by the Welsh Government.