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Iceland's 'Youngest Reporters' Broadcasting Live from Hafnarfjörður

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Iceland's 'Youngest Reporters' Broadcasting Live from Hafnarfjörður

Photo: Screenshot via Hraunvallaskóli website

Iceland’s “youngest reporters” have started their own news station at Hraunvallaskóli in Hafnarfjörður, Vísir reports. The station, dubbed Varlafréttir, or ‘Hardly News,’ is a project part of the school’s annual ‘Hraunvellir Games,’ which sees students put aside their books, split into small groups, and take part in non-traditional educational activities.

Varlafréttir, which is staffed by reporters between the ages of 10 – 12, has its own website and Snapchat and broadcasts live on YouTube.

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