The ruling Cook Islands Party has won an absolute majority in the country's elections with its leader Henry Puna also retaining his seat.
The party has won 13 seats in the 24-member parliament.
The leader of the Democratic Party, Wilkie Rasmussen, has lost his seat to Willie John.
Among others re-elected are Mark Brown and Teariki Heather from the Cook Islands Party, and William Heather and Ngamau Munokoa from the Democratic party.
CIP members Mona Ioane, Nandi Glassie and Kiriau Turepu have also been re-elected
Returning to parliament but in the newly formed One Cook Islands Movement, are Teina Bishop and George Maggie Angene.
There has been a tie in the Mitiaro Constituency and there is expected to be a recount in due course.