Adding to the injury already caused by horrific ring tones.
The top floors of one of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology's (RMIT) buildings in Melbourne are set to be closed after seven staff were diagnosed with brain tumours. The staff work in the Tivoli building in Bourke Street, with five of them on the top floor where the business faculty is based.
It is believed there is a mobile phone transmitter on the roof of the building.
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