The Fiji Times Limited publishes Fiji's oldest daily English language newspaper, the Fiji Times. It was established by the English settler, George Littleton Griffiths on 4 September 1869 in the town of Levuka, the country's first capital.

The newspaper is currently owned by the Motibhai Group of Companies which purchased if from media mogul, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp in 2010. Its Chief Editor is Fred Wesley. The company has is headquarters in Suva, Fiji, with branches in Labasa, Lautoka, and Nadi. Like other media companies, it has an extended network of agents throughout the islands of Fiji and in the rural and remote regions of the main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.

It also has a strong digital presence with its website boasting above 700,000 visits per month, with about 30% being local readership and the balance of 70% from other countries. The newspaper covers politics, economics, society, and arts with substantial coverage on local, regional and international sport.

  • The Fiji Times Limited is one of FASANOC's most valuable partners in terms of its support in promoting sport and providing dedicated weekly space for news, analysis and updates for National Federations, sport enthusiasts, partners and the country's general public.
  • Given the significant cost of column inches in any print and digital media, especially a daily outlet, the partnership is a key platform which allows FASANOC to communicate with its stakeholders and to keep sport visible throughout the country and beyond its shores. This is particularly valuable in terms of visibility for athletes, National Federations, partners and sponsors.

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