Greg O'ConnorMP for Ōhāriu

Greg O'Connor

MP for Ōhāriu

Assistant Speaker

Spokesperson for Courts, Veterans

Contact Greg O'Connor

Johnsonville electorate office

04 478 3332
[email protected]

2/18 Moorefield Road, Johnsonville, Wellington 6037
PO Box 13264, Johnsonville

Parliamentary office

04 817 8768
[email protected]

Freepost PO Box 18 888
Parliament Buildings, Wellington 6160

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Meet Greg O'Connor

I am proud to have represented Ōhāriu in a Labour-led Government since 2017. As your local voice in Government, I am focused on delivering on our promises for you and your family.

Greg has served as Ōhāriu’s local MP since 2017. Greg had a unique journey to Parliament, having been elected after a long and successful 41-year career as a Police Officer. This included 20 years as Police Association President, where he led the 40 million dollar organisation, providing a wide range of services to serving and retired police officers and their families.

Greg lives in the heart of Ōhāriu, and here he puts his detective skills to good use, ensuring he understands the issues which impact upon his constituents.  Most weekends he can be found on the sports fields, at cultural and religious events and social venues across the electorate, often accompanied by his intellectually disabled son Michael.

After chairing the Transport and Infrastructure Select Committee and as Deputy Chair of the Finance and Expenditure Committee, Greg was promoted to the role of Deputy Speaker. He enjoyed the opportunity that this role provided to build a broader understanding of how Parliament works to support Ōhāriu and New Zealand.

Greg believes that realising the full potential of all New Zealanders – regardless of their circumstances – is crucial for New Zealand to thrive. He believes that the values and policies of Labour governments are best designed to achieve this.

Greg wants to build on everything he has learned and achieved in the electorate since he was elected, to be an even more effective Member of Parliament for Ōhāriu in future years.

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