The latest Wikileaks cables on Fiji have revealed that New Zealand has been spying on Fiji before and after the 2006 coup.
The cables, obtained by Fairfax New Zealand, says New Zealand has been using the Waihopai communications base to spy on the military and passing the intelligence to the United States Government.
New Zealand officials have always denied they were spying.
The extent or method of the spying is not clear except for New Zealand being able to tap mobile phones in Fiji.
According to Fairfax, the cables reveal that the US deputy secretary Margaret McKean said "New Zealand views the situation in Fiji as `acute', and appreciates USG [US Government] support for the Pacific Island Forum position on Fiji".
What was intercepted during the spying is not disclosed in the cables.