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The inquest regarding the disappearance of toddler William Tyrrell has been postponed as prosecutors continue to assess the evidence against the missing boy’s foster mother. William went missing in 2014 from his foster grandmother’s home in Kendall, sparking one of Australia’s enduring mysteries as his body was never located. Despite persistent denials of involvement from the foster parents, fresh investigations around Kendall have further delayed the inquest, set to resume later this year.

The case has seen police recommending charges against William’s foster mother, citing potential perverting the course of justice and interfering with a corpse, although she maintains her innocence. The ongoing legal proceedings have caused setbacks in the inquest, which had been adjourned multiple times since it began 18 months ago under Deputy State Coroner Harriet Grahame. The delay has been exacerbated by the need for additional police investigations in the sleepy town where William was last seen.

As the search for answers continues in this unresolved case, the hope remains that the inquest will provide clarity on what happened to William Tyrrell on that fateful day in 2014, bringing some closure to this heartbreaking mystery.


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Article Title: Fresh twist in search for William Tyrrell answers
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