Caroline Millar was the acting ambassador ("Chargé d'affaires ad interim") to the United Nations in New York for Australia between February and April 2006. She replaced John Dauth, who left the post to become Australia's ambassador to New Zealand and the Cook Islands. On 1 May 2006, she was replaced by Robert Hill, who took the position on a permanent basis. She is currently serving as Australia's Ambassador for Disarmament and Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations at Geneva.
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