The results see the Cook Islands Party in the lead with 9 seats, the Demos with 8 seats and One Cook Islands with two seats.
Among the newly-released information, Cook Islands Party candidate Tokorua Pareina beat Democratic Party opponent Tetangi Matapo by only one vote in the previously-tied Tamarua constituency.
One Cook Islands founder Teina Bishop was another successful candidate in the Arutanga-Reureu-Nikaupara constituency in Aitutaki.
The remaining results are expected to be announced tomorrow.
Read the previously-released results:
The six newly-announced winners of parliamentary seats are:
Isamaela Toanui Isamaela, Cook Islands Party, 203
Terepai Maoate, Democratic Party, 148
Teinakore Bishop, One Cook Islands Movement, 204
Teuira Manuela Ka, Demo, 95
Mona Ioane Kake, CIP, 178
Kete Ioane, Demo, 172
Kareroa Wesley, Demo, 117
Poroaiti Arokapiti, CIP, 67
Tokorua Pareina, CIP, 28
Tetangi Matapo, Demo, 27
Toka Hagai, CIP, 39
Taunga Toka, Demo, 22