Voters in Greater Manchester have taken to the polls in the local council elections.
The election on Thursday, May 6 comes after being postponed last year due to coronavirus.
It allowed the people in Bury, Bolton, Oldham, Manchester, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan to have a say on who they think should run their local public services.
This includes things such as schools, libraries, and bin collections.
Stations were open from 7am until 10pm, with the count taking place at different times across the region.
Some boroughs commenced counting on Thursday night, while others won't start until Friday, resulting in some boroughs finding out the result sooner than others.
You can check each borough below:
Or you can use our widget, which will be updated automatically as the results are announced. This allows you to find out the results where you live.
Get the results by typing in and selecting your local council in the box below.
What time results are due in each borough
Bury: The count is taking place on Friday afternoon, with results expected in the evening.
Bolton: The count starts on Friday morning, with results expected later that day.
Oldham: Oldham is one of three boroughs where counting starts on Thursday night. Results are expected overnight, in the early hours of Friday.
Manchester: The count will take place on Friday afternoon, with results expected afterward.
Rochdale: The count starts on Thursday night with results expected overnight, in the early hours of Friday.
Salford: Salford's count begins on Friday morning, with results due later that day.
Stockport: The count takes place overnight on Thursday, with results expected on Friday morning.
Tameside: It's taking place on Friday morning, with results expected later that day.
Trafford: Trafford's count starts on Friday morning, with results expected later that day.
Wigan: The count takes place on Friday morning, with results expected later that day.