Fiji's military regime has expelled the New Zealand High Commissioner, Michael Green, and given him four days to leave the country. As for the reason, while initial reports are that strongman Commodore Bainimarama was incensed by Green getting a good seat at a rugby match, the real objection seems to be to his advocacy of New Zealand's opposition to the coup - that is, to his doing his job as a diplomatic representative. Unfortunately for the regime, shooting the messanger won't change our position.
The government is talking about consequences, but I'm not sure what can be done. Evicting Fijian diplomats would be equally petty, while members of the military regime are already subject to travel bans and aid has already been cut off. Unless we're going to escalate to trade sanctions (something NZ governments have been reluctant to do), it's difficult to see what can be done.