The last three councillors have been elected in a delayed local authority ballot.
The election in Dunoon, Argyll and Bute, was rescheduled by a week after the death of SNP candidate Alister MacAlister.
Independents Dick Walsh and Jimmy McQueen and the SNP’s Michael Breslin were all elected at the polls on Thursday.
The result was declared shortly after 11.30pm on Thursday at the Queen’s Hall in Dunoon by returning officer and council chief executive Sally Loudon.
Despite the delayed election, the 12 elected SNP councillors had already formed an administration in coalition with independent members and local group Argyll First.
Deals are being struck around Scotland's 32 councils.
Meanwhile a recount is set to be held in Glasgow after votes in one ballot box were not registered.
The ballot box came from the Langside ward and could result in Green councillor Liam Hainey losing his seat.
The recount is set to take place next week.
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