New Zealander beaten in Nadi hotel room

Last updated 20:36 29/09/2012

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A New Zealand man is recovering in a Fiji hospital after intruders attacked him at his Nadi hotel.

The NZ High Commission confirmed it was aware of the incident and was providing consular assistance to the victim.

Intruders broke into the man's hotel room and beat him to the point he needed to be admitted to the intensive care unit at Lautoka Hospital, Radio NZ reported.

Fiji police could not be reached for comment on Saturday evening.

A Government official told Radio NZ several people had been arrested in relation to the incident.

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