George Groombridge

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George Groombridge (born 1928) is a former president of the New Zealand First party.

He is a retired senior social worker from Masterton. He became vice-president of the party in 2004 and subsequently replaced Dail Jones as president in 2006. He stepped down from the role in 2010.


  • Wairarapa Times-Age 2 November 2004 page 3
  • New Zealand Listener 11 June 1998 pages 24–27 & 2 August 2008 pages 18–21
Party political offices
Preceded by
Dail Jones
President of New Zealand First
Succeeded by
Kevin Gardener