All 22 councillors have been elected to form the new Shetland Islands Council.
The council includes new additions as well as more experienced veterans of local democracy, who will have to work alongside one another for the next five years.
One more will be joining the North Isles ward following a by-election in August.
As many councillors have remarked, it is a challenging time ahead, and partnership working will be essential.
But with many of the key priorities widely shared across the newly elected membership, there is broad consensus for where to focus. Topics such as fuel poverty, fixed links and housing have been high on the agenda during the election and for many months before.
Here are the results in full:
North Isles (three seats – uncontested)
Shetland North (three seats – uncontested)
Tom Morton (Labour)
Shetland West (two seats – seven candidates)
Liz Boxwell – 298 votes (38.7 per cent)
John Leask – 135 votes (17.5 per cent)
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Shetland Central (four seats – six candidates)
Moraig Lyall – 414 votes ( 29.3 per cent)
Davie Sandison – 322 votes (22.8 per cent)
Catherine Hughson – 282 votes (19.9 per cent)
Ian Scott – 271 votes (19.2 per cent)
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Shetland South (four seats – five candidates)
Allison Duncan – 805 votes (43.7 per cent)
Bryan Peterson – 500 votes (27.1 per cent)
Alex Armitage (Scottish Greens) – 274 votes (14.9 per cent)
Robbie McGregor (SNP) – 217 votes (11.8 per cent)
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Lerwick North and Bressay (three seats – five candidates)
Stephen Leask – 310 votes (33.4 per cent)
Gary Robinson – 301 votes (32.4 per cent)
Arwed Wenger – 136 votes (14.7 per cent)
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Lerwick South (four seats – seven candidates)
Dennis Leask 302 votes (22.5 per cent)
John Fraser 262 votes (19.5 per cent)
Cecil Smith 251 votes (18.7 per cent)
Neil Pearson 171 votes (12.7 per cent)
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Turnout for the whole of Shetland, including postal votes, was 47.2 per cent – down from 49.1 per cent in 2017.