Find out what's going on in this week's Business Time.
* Mao Bar, currently in liquidation with debts of more than $250,000, is being sold. The restaurant was on the market for $200,000 before the liquidation. Offers are to be made to Lyn Carey of McKenzie & Partners.
* Roma on The Square continues to change. Formerly an Italian-style restaurant, it was turned into Roma: The Grand Fire - a barbecue-style restaurant. It now also operates as a cafe doing brunch and snacks.
* The home of Levin community newspaper The Chronicle is for sale. 15-19 Bristol St, which also houses Horowhenua Motor Company and other businesses, is priced by negotiation.
* Vision Manawatu has welcomed two new staff members. Alta Els has taken on the regional business adviser position, while Claire Mannion is the new business support co-ordinator.
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