Daniel Gerald Nutter
1928 (age 91–92)
|Occupation||Public servant, diplomat|
He was educated at North Sydney Boys High School.
From 1973 to 1975, Nutter was head of national assessments in the Department of Defence, a precursor to the modern-day stand-alone Office of National Assessments. In the role he was responsible for long-term intelligence functions. His first ambassadorial post was Australian Ambassador to the Philippines, from 1975 to 1978. Nutter's next appointment was Australian High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea was announced in September 1977. Whilst resident in Port Moresby, Nutter made extensive tours to inspect Australian tax-funded development projects across the nation.
He died on 13 September 2016.
- Summary of Gerry Nutter interviewed by Michael Wilson for the Australian diplomacy 1950-1990 oral history project [sound recording]
- "Directors changed". The Canberra Times. 24 March 1973. p. 6.
- "Envoy to Manila". The Canberra Times. 21 November 1974. p. 3.
- Hastings, Peter (16 September 1977). "Reshuffle of senior diplomats next year". The Sydney Morning Herald. p. 8.
- Thornhill, Alan (10 October 1979). "Aid without ties enhances Australia's reputation in the third world. PNG: a new period of co-operation". The Canberra Times. p. 20.
- "New ambassador". The Age. 23 April 1985. p. 5.
- "Italian posting". The Canberra Times. 23 April 1985. p. 3.
- Death notice in Sydney Morning Herald on 17 September 2016
| Australian Ambassador to the Philippines
| Australian High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea
| Australian Ambassador to Italy